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Nanorobots quickly and effectively target fungal infections in the oral cavity

PHILADELPHIA, US: Because of the threat to global health, the World Health Organization has initiated efforts to strengthen the global response to fungal ...

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Small but powerful: Microrobots may enhance endodontic treatments

PHILADELPHIA, US: New developments in small-scale robotics and nanotechnology offer previously unimagined opportunities for new diagnostic and therapeutic ...

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Researchers develop shape-shifting microrobots that can brush, floss and rinse teeth

PHILADELPHIA, Penn., US: A good oral hygiene routine requires manual dexterity and can be difficult for elderly people and people with disabilities. ...

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Efficiency and versatility—pioneer in graphene nanotechnology in dentistry to exhibit at IDS

PATERNA, Spain: Graphenano Dental is part of the Graphenano group of companies, dedicated to incorporating graphene into numerous applications and a leader ...

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Women in dentistry: Meet chemist and awarded dental materials inventor Dr. Sumita Mitra

As the second candidate for a series portraying outstanding women in dentistry, Dental Tribune International (DTI) interviewed Dr. Sumita Mitra. During her ...

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Nanotechnology may improve soft-tissue integration of dental implants

BRISBANE, Australia: Ensuring the formation of a solid soft-tissue seal at the dental abutment surface is crucial for protecting the underlying tissue from ...

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Dentistry at nanoscale: how nanotechnology advances the properties of dental implant surfaces

LEIPZIG, Germany: It is said that it is the small things that make a big difference. This applies literally to the field of nanotechnology, which over the ...

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