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The right mouthwash in times of pandemic

KRIENS, Switzerland: SARS-CoV-2 has been detected in the saliva of 91.7% of people infected with the virus. This means that dental professionals are ...

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Pollution may cause increased risk of oral cancer, study finds

TAIPEI, Taiwan: The debate on climate change and its effects on the earth are a hot topic. One discussion, in particular, is around air pollution, which is ...

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New findings on chronic pain syndrome in the mouth

GOTHENBURG, Sweden: The picture is becoming clearer regarding the chronic oral pain condition known as burning mouth syndrome (BMS), which mainly affects ...

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E-cigarettes may modify genetic material in oral cells

BOSTON, U.S.: Electronic cigarettes are becoming increasingly popular. Although they are viewed by some as a safer alternative to smoking, their effects are...

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Study reveals bacteria’s competitive nature

NEW HAVEN, Conn., U.S.: With between 100 and 200 different strains of bacteria in the human mouth at any one time, the oral cavity can be a highly contested...

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3Shape connects with sleep apnoea and bruxism device manufacturer SomnoMed

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: To offer a simpler, more effective and quicker workflow, 3Shape recently announced a new collaboration with sleep apparatus producer ...

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Ancient amphibians had mouthful of teeth, research shows

TORONTO, Canada: The idea of being bitten by a nearly toothless modern frog or salamander sounds laughable. However, their ancient ancestors had a full ...

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Dry mouth in older adults may be drug-induced

MELBOURNE, Australia/STOCKHOLM, Sweden: For older adults, salivary gland hypofunction can be a common side-effect of prescribed medications. The condition ...

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Study finds almost all Myanmar mouth cancer patients chew betel quid

TOUNGOO, Myanmar: A study has found that almost all of the mouth cancer patients investigated used smokeless tobacco in the form of betel quid, researchers ...

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New study focuses on teeth outside of the mouth

GENEVA, Switzerland: Researchers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) are seeking to learn why certain species of catfish are able to grow teeth outside ...

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