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Study identifies effective school-based cavity prevention program
Study identifies effective school-based cavity prevention programA combination of prevention strategies may be more effective than one alone for reducing tooth decay, according to researchers.
Using silver diamine fluoride as a new caries management solution
Using silver diamine fluoride as a new caries management solutionExploring the advantages and disadvantages of using SDF for specific patient populations.
New report underscores economic benefits of tackling dental caries
New report underscores economic benefits of tackling dental cariesTackling dental caries is one of the key steps required to accelerate progress toward a 'cavity-free world,' experts say.
Crest toothpaste earns ADA Seal of Acceptance
Crest toothpaste earns ADA Seal of AcceptanceCrest Pro-Health Advanced, Deep Clean Mint is the first product to earn the ADA Seal in the enamel erosion category.
Can a green tea extract help prevent cavities?
Can a green tea extract help prevent cavities?Researchers in China have discovered that a nutrient in green tea may help treat tooth sensitivity—and prevent cavities in those patients.
Can long-term breastfeeding lead to dental caries?
Can long-term breastfeeding lead to dental caries?Researchers have discovered that children who are breastfed for two years or longer may be at a higher risk of developing cavities.
New organic oral rinse available for children
New organic oral rinse available for childrenThe TheraBreath for Kids Organic Grape Oral Rinse is said to be made from healthy ingredients.
Genes can affect the development of caries
Genes can affect the development of cariesA new study from the University of Zurich shows that genetic defects can affect enamel.
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.
Is staying hydrated destroying children's teeth?
Is staying hydrated destroying children's teeth?Hydration is crucial when working out or playing sports—but now, researchers say, hydrating is actually destroying children’s teeth.