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Nicholas Hamm
Genes can affect the development of caries
Genes can affect the development of caries
A new study from the University of Zurich shows that genetic defects can affect enamel.
New study shows that oral bacteria can “lasso” onto heart tissues
New study shows that oral bacteria can “lasso” onto heart tissues
A new study from the University of Bristol claims to have found the mechanism by which a certain oral bacterium clings to heart tissues.
The top 8 dental movies of ALL time
The top 8 dental movies of ALL time
It’s Oscars season, which means it’s time to round up the best movies out there.
E-cigarettes shown to be detrimental to oral health in new study
E-cigarettes shown to be detrimental to oral health in new study
A new study from Université Laval takes a look at the effects of e-cigarettes on gingival epithelial cells.
The states with the best and worst dental health
The states with the best and worst dental health
A look at the state rankings for the best and worst dental health.
Researchers find a link between periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis
Researchers find a link between periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis
Researchers at Johns Hopkins may have found one of the root causes of RA.
New study finds that dental visits can reduce the risk for pneumonia
New study finds that dental visits can reduce the risk for pneumonia
Dental cleanings do more than just keep teeth and gums healthy, they can even prevent deadly diseases.
Managing your practice digitally: A practice management software product roundup
We took a look at some of the leading practice management software solutions.
Managing your practice digitally: A practice management software product roundup
Managing your practice digitally: A practice management software product roundup
We took a look at some of the leading practice management software solutions.
Could this drug mean the end of dental fillings?
Could this drug mean the end of dental fillings?
A team of researchers at King’s College London have found evidence that tooth pulp can be naturally healed with the help of an Alzheimer’s drug.