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Can Stress Weaken your Teeth? »

Have you ever wondered whether or not stress can weaken your teeth? The answer is yes. Too much stress can wreak havoc on your gums, teeth and mouth. You can take a few steps to keep your overall health under control while you are under stress, however, and this includes your mouth. By now you [...] ... »

Sep 9, 2015 12:01 PM | Rank headline

Changing dental insurance with a connected toothbrush »

…a dental insurance company, giving connected toothbrushes to policy holders makes all the sense in the world. Knowing that your policyholders brush their teeth on the regular means they are less likely to develop cavities and other issues associated with high claims. The insurer might even be able to promote more brushing or even flossing [...] ... »

Aug 18, 2015 10:38 AM | Rank headline

Fecal matter found on more than 60% of toothbrushes in shared bathrooms »

Sharing a bathroom with other people can have its downfalls – wet towels all over the floor, toilet seats left up, and that person who never replaces the toilet paper. But a new study finds there is one communal bathroom issue that is much more pressing: fecal contamination on toothbrushes. ... »

Jun 7, 2015 06:21 PM | Rank headline

Missing teeth predict cardiovascular events »

Advanced tooth loss often indicates that a person has a history of infl oral diseases. In an extensive cohort study, it was shown that tooth loss associate with future cardiovascular events, diabetes and death. The study was conducted in Finland at the University of Helsinki in collaboration with The National Institute for Health and Welfare [...] ... »

Jun 6, 2015 07:29 AM | Rank headline

Revolutionary therapeutic dental adhesives with the aptitude to remineralise the resin-dentine bonding interface through biomimetic processes »

Clinical minimally invasive treatments require the elimination of dental caries-infected tissues in order to stop the progression of bacteria to the pulpal chamber and maximise the reparative potential of the remaining partially demineralised tissues. ... »

May 28, 2015 05:01 PM | Rank headline

Poor oral health of young Finns associated with daily smoking habits »

Researchers from the University of Oulu in Finland have investigated the impact of smoking and alcohol use, as well as brushing habits and education levels, on the prevalence of dental caries and signs of periodontal disease. According to the scientists, the number of daily smokers in the study group and the associated harmful effects on [...] ... »

May 27, 2015 05:28 AM | Rank headline

Report: Herpes Virus May Cause Alzheimer’s Disease; CBCD Reviews the Medical Evidence »

The herpes virus that usually causes cold sores and fever blisters (HSV-1) may also cause Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Researcher Hugo Lovheim noted in a study that “our results clearly show that there is a link between infections of herpes simplex virus and the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.” (1) Dr. Lovheim is from Umea University [...] ... »

May 23, 2015 07:31 AM | Rank headline

The importance of a business mentor »

Having a business mentor who you can bounce ideas off of is an invaluable asset. It can make a huge difference in the success of your dental practice and the future of your business. Most of us always think we know the correct answers to all of the business issues that come at us on [...] ... »

Apr 20, 2015 06:52 AM | Rank headline

Office manager posing as dentist performed root canals for cash, police say »

Most days, she was a personable office manager at a dental practice in the Bronx. But when her boss was away on business, the 45-year-old Albanian native donned a white lab coat and transformed into a licensed dentist known as “Dr. Val,” according to the New York Daily News. ... »

Apr 19, 2015 06:01 PM | Rank headline

Air pollutants could boost potency of common airborne allergens »

A pair of air pollutants linked to climate change could also be major contributors to the unparalleled rise in the number of people sneezing, sniffling and wheezing during allergy season. The gases, nitrogen dioxide and ground-level ozone, appear to provoke chemical changes in certain airborne allergens that may increase their potency. That, in combination with [...] ... »

Mar 22, 2015 05:24 PM | Rank headline
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