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TePe Share clinical symposium explores relationship between cardiovascular disease and oral care

MALMÖ, Sweden: As a follow-up to last year’s clinical symposium, which was the first of its kind for TePe, the Swedish oral health company is hosting a ...

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Oral-B makes prevention matter at PeriOpera in Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: During EuroPerio10, attendees enjoyed opportunities not only to immerse themselves in a comprehensive scientific programme but also to ...

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Interview: What will the future of dentistry look like?

For Dr Victoria Sampson, the connection between oral and systemic health is of central concern when dealing with her dental patients. She employs biomarkers...

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Interview: "Many patients look to us for guidance"

A practicing dentist in Toronto, Canada, Dr. Uche Odiatu is also a certified personal trainer, yoga instructor, boot camp instructor and the author of The ...

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Study: Oral health, sarcopenia and diabetes mellitus

ONAN, Japan: Maintaining good oral health has many benefits, including those pertaining to systemic health. For example, a few studies have already ...

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World Health Assembly approves resolution addressing oral health

GENEVA, Switzerland: The World Health Organization’s (WHO) management of the COVID-19 pandemic thus far has brought its fair share of ...

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Research points to benefits of diabetes screening in dental practices

MELBOURNE, Australia: Since World Diabetes Day is set for this Saturday, 14 November, the relationship between diabetes and oral health management may be on...

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EFP and WHF release consensus report on links between periodontal and cardiovascular health

BRUSSELS, Belgium/GENEVA, Switzerland: Though various associations between periodontal health and cardiovascular health have previously been explored, a ...

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Study suggests causal link between tooth loss and heart disease

DUBAI, UAE: Though a relationship between edentulism and cardiovascular disease has been confirmed in previous studies, the causal association is less ...

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Workshop highlights link between oral health and HIV/Aids

BALI, Indonesia: Significant progress in the battle against HIV/Aids has been made in recent years, to the point that the Joint United Nations Programme on ...

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Study questions health benefits of artificial sweeteners

LONDON, UK: By providing a sweet taste without the calories and other deleterious side effects of sugar, artificial sweeteners have often been lauded for ...

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