Dental News Archive

Dentists seem to be at Lower risk to COVID 19 as compared to General Public

COVID-19 has been known to transmitted due to close contact between the infected with non-infected person, this keeps Dentists at greater risk of getting COVID 19 as they are not just in close contact to the patient but are exposed to aerosols or droplets. It has been shown it studies that droplets are the main [&hellip

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Tooth Loss Linked to Dementia and increased Cognitive Impairment

Tooth loss has been found to be a risk factor for dementia and cognitive impairment, according to an analysis published in JAMDA: The Journal of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine done by researchers at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. It was found that with loss of each tooth the risk of cognitive impairment increases. [&hellip

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Periodontal Disease linked to higher incidence of Cancers in Stomach or Esophagus

Researchers is US have found that people with gastric or Stomach and esophageal cancer have either Periodontal Disease or have had previous history of tooth loss due to loosening of teeth (Periodontitis). It was earlier reported that the two Periodontal or Gum disease and Gut cancers may be inter-related but the findings were termed inconclusive, [&hellip

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Teenager with Half of lower Jaw hanging with few centimeters of Skin after Horse Riding injury

In one of the most graphic injuries due to horse riding, a teenager Emily Eccle a facil trauma to her lower jaw (mandible) when she accidentally fell from her Horse when a exhaust popping sound spooked her horse and she fell off her horse onto a gatepost when the horse bolted. After the incident she [&hellip

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Antibacterial Fillings to prevent Recurrent Tooth Decay or Cavities

Dental Fillings are the most common treatment followed in Dental Clinics which can be either as a preventive measure or after an invasion by Dental caries. There have been cases where recurring caries is seen after a Restoration which can be tackled by using a antibacterial restoration which can kill or prevent any bacteria growing [&hellip

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3D-Printed Antimicrobial Teeth could replace traditional Dental Implants

With the new age diet, fast paced lifestyle and food habits there is an alarming increase in dental related problems, with the traditional form of treatment being Fillings, Root Canals, Extraction and Implants there is a new procedure in development which takes advantage of the latest 3D printing technology. Researchers in Netherlands have created a [&hellip

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Oral-B Genius X Electric ToothBrush learns users Brushing style and pattern using AI

Artificial Intelligence has been the go to term for all companies dealing in any kind of smart devices ranging from TV’s, Washing machines, Refrigerators etc and Oral-B has made sure that they are not let behind and have showcased the Oral-B Genius X electric toothbrush which comes with AI technology. Oral-B has other Electric Toothbrushes [&hellip

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Tooth loss and Gum Diseases in older women linked to High blood Pressure

Keeping your teeth and gums healthy in post-menopausal women has been directly linked to developing hypertension or high blood pressure. According to a research, women who keep their teeth and gums healthy can considerably lower the risk of developing high blood pressure. A study which included 35,000 women who were monitored annually for two decades [&hellip

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Polyphenols in Wine might be helping you prevent Cavities and Gum diseases

According to American Chemical Society, drinking Wine might be helpful to Oral health and this might just give you a good reason to drink Wine. It was earlier suggested that drinking Wine has been found to be helpful to your Heart and Colon due to the presence of polyphenols in Wine which are said to [&hellip

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Dental Robot fits first Dental Implant without any Human involvement

In a first of its kind, a Dental Robot system named Yomi has successfully carried out the procedure of placing two Dental Implants in a patients mouth without much human involvement. The success of this procedure has opened up a whole new field in Dentistry – Dental Robotics which can be the thing for the [&hellip

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Three year old girl dies during dental treatment

In a very tragic incident, a 3 year old girl who was taken to the dental clinic for a simple extraction and crowns placement died due to reasons which are not clear yet. Daleyza Avili Hernandez, 3, was taken to the Children’s Dental Surgery Center in San Francisco for extraction of two teeth and caps [&hellip

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Drug for Alzheimer’s helps in regenerating Dentin by activating stem cells to treat Dental caries

Drugs used for one disease or condition has found the be useful in some other conditions as well and this has been found true in the case of a drug used for Alzheimer’s. This drug, when used in teeth with dental caries has been found to activate the stem cells in tooth feeling in regenerating dentin. [&hellip

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Irwin Smigel founder of laser whitening and Bonding dies at age 92

Dr. Irwin Elliot Smigel is a well known name in the Dental fraternity for his contibutions to popularising two of the most important techniques in Dental Cosmetic or Aesthetics treatment – Laser Teeth Whitening and Bonding technique using laminates, Veneers etc. He has some famous patients has well like Elizabeth Taylor, Tony Bennet, Jimmy Fallon, [&hellip

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Dentist Eyes Record books with “10,000 extracted teeth”collection

Extraction is a pretty common procedure we all follow in our Dental clinics, although preserving teeth is being given the utmost important these days.  We all preserve the extracted teeth and either practice on them or give it to students,  Dr. Nizar Rahman thinks differently and has started collecting all the teeth he has extracted [&hellip

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