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Odontogenic keratocysts going undiagnosed for too long, study finds

TURKU, Finland: Purportedly arising from remnants of the dental lamina, odontogenic keratocysts (OKCs) make up roughly 5%–15% of all odontogenic cysts and...

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Metformin could help prevent oral and systemic disease in periodontal patients

LONDON, UK: Factors such as glucose metabolism, nutrition, oxidative stress and ageing drive periodontal progression. However, current periodontal ...

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Dietary restrictions could reduce periodontal disease

LONDON, UK: Since it has been evidenced that periodontitis results in local and systemic inflammation, researchers have recently examined the effects of ...

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Researchers develop novel cytokine indices that reflect severity of periodontal inflammation

NEW YORK, US: Seeking to better characterise the inflammatory consequences of periodontal inflammation, researchers have recently developed two scores to ...

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Novel adhesive patch helps treat oral lichen planus and recurrent aphthous stomatitis

BOSTON, US: Oral lichen planus and recurrent aphthous stomatitis are common chronic inflammatory conditions that can affect patients’ quality of life. ...

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Research identifies potential novel treatment for managing periodontal disease

LONDON, UK: Though our understanding of the causes of and potential treatments for periodontal disease has advanced substantially in recent decades, new ...

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New study highlights a bidirectional effect between oral disease and diabetes

HELSINKI, Finland: In a recent study conducted at the University of Helsinki in Finland, researchers investigated whether oral health abnormalities could ...

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Interview: “Dental professionals can be instrumental in helping” to recognise autoimmune diseases

Taking place from 24 to 26 February, this year’s Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting is returning to an in-person format with gusto. More than 250 ...

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Interview: How identifying microbial traits of peri-implantitis could help fight the disease

Periodontitis and peri-implantitis are both inflammatory conditions that affect gingival tissue. However, owing to the anatomical differences between teeth ...

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Frequent toothbrushing found to lower risk of diabetes

SEOUL, South Korea: A recent study has highlighted the importance of good dental hygiene. Since periodontal disease and poor oral hygiene can provoke ...

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Plaque-identifying toothpaste may reduce risk of inflammatory diseases

MADISON, Wis., U.S.: Various studies have previously suggested that there is a link between poor oral health and the occurrence of inflammatory diseases, ...

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Stress—Friend or enemy?

“Stress” is a term that is often misused and applied inappropriately. In today’s world, being stressed is often associated with a busy, active work ...

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