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Posted at Apr 20, 2012 by JG

What’s More Attractive – A Pretty Smile or Toned Abs? » dentistry.about.com

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When it comes to attractiveness, everyone has their own idea of what is important in the looks department. While some would argue that a pretty face wins over a gym-fed body, others would much rather have an overall fit appearance rather than the perfect face & hair. So, my question is this…what is more attractive to you? A beautiful smile with healthy white teeth or toned, bikini-ready abs? Inquiring minds want to know!

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Your contract needs you: Lord Howe » dentistry.co.uk

Echoing the famous first world war saying, health minister, Earl Howe, urged all dentists to become involved with discussions over the next six months. Speaking at the British Dental Association’s (BDA) conference in Manchester the minister set out a timetable for the implementation of the promised new contract. But the profession must wait before it is finalised. ... [Read article]

Apr 11, 2014 12:04 PM

10 Reasons… Why being a dentist is great » oxfordmail.co.uk

I met my husband because I’m a dentist. Sad but true, we met at dental school as our eyes met over a cup of mouth rinse. It is totally unbelievable how many of our dental student friends married other dentists, we’re obviously an insular bunch with humour that doesn’t extend much past jokes about fillings [...] ... [Read article]

Mar 31, 2014 05:45 AM

Epigenetics and oral health » dentechblog.blogspot.de

A visit to the dentist could one day require a detailed look at how genes in a patient’s body are being switched on or off, as well as examining their pearly whites, according to researchers at the University of Adelaide. In a new paper published in the Australian Dental Journal, researchers from the University of Adelaide’s [...] ... [Read article]

Mar 24, 2014 07:17 PM

Zero Dark Cavity » newyorker.com

Soldiers, one might think, have more serious concerns than teeth. More than a century ago, the Army’s first contract dental surgeon, John Sayre Marshall, remarked, “Good, or at least serviceable, teeth are very necessary as a means of maintaining the general health, and consequently the highest efficiency of the Army.” But war is stressful; you [...] ... [Read article]

Mar 18, 2014 05:00 PM

 

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