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UK chief medical officers endorse water fluoridation

LONDON, UK: Though the benefits of fluoride in drinking water for oral health are firmly established, it is estimated that just six million UK residents ...

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BioMin F in Smile Revolution podcast

I recently recorded a podcast with Prof. Robert Hill and Richard Whatley (CEO at BioMin Technologies) on BioMin F toothpaste—an in-depth conversation on a...

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Trial delivers promising results for oral health of Indigenous people

BRISBANE, Australia: In Australia, considerable oral health disparities exist between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations. Health reports indicate ...

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New study offers mechanistic view of dental fluorosis occurrence

NEW YORK, U.S.: Fluoride can prevent dental caries by promoting mineralization and making tooth enamel more resistant to acid. However, a new study has ...

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Researchers develop novel test to detect excess fluoride in water

EVANSTON, Ill., U.S.: Small doses of fluoride have been proven to promote oral health by strengthening tooth enamel and preventing dental caries. However, ...

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Fluoride may negatively affect kidney and liver function in adolescents

NEW YORK, U.S.: According to researchers at Mount Sinai hospital, New York, fluoride in drinking water can have potential health side effects, such as renal...

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Hydroxyapatite toothpaste provides alternative to fluoride, study suggests

WÜRZBURG, Germany: The use of hydroxyapatite as an artificial tooth enamel to prevent erosion and even to contribute to the regeneration of natural tooth ...

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FDA proposes new fluoride standard for bottled water

SILVER SPRING, Md., U.S.: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently proposed the lowering of the allowable level of fluoride in bottled water when...

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Interview: “Prevention is not just for children and young people”

Three years ago, Professor of Cariology and Endodontology Ivo Krejci from the University of Geneva, Switzerland, published an article in which he made the ...

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Proposed fluoride upper limit increase in water systems open for comment

CHICAGO, U.S.: In a new development regarding fluoride levels in community water supplies, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the ...

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Prof. Hans R. Mühlemann: A turning point in preventative dental medicine

Prof. Hans R. Mühlemann, or “Mühli” as he was endearingly called by friends and colleagues, was a pioneer in the research and treatment of caries and ...

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Cervitec F survey: Results point to a well-liked product

SCHAAN, Liechtenstein: In a survey recently conducted by Ivoclar Vivadent on its new protective varnish, Cervitec F, respondents commented favourably on its...

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