Study finds obstructive sleep apnea causes complications in dental implantsThe study examined the relationship between OSA and damage to implant-borne prostheses. Study finds relationship between oral health and diet transitionsA new study on oral health of the Hadza, the last hunter-gatherers in Africa, challenges long-held conventional wisdom about diet and oral health. Does early preventive dental care for kids lead to more long-term care? March 14, 2017By Kristen MottA new study suggests preventive dental care provided before the age of 2 is associated with a higher rate of dental visits and more frequent tooth decay-related treatment. New discovery could eliminate infections after root canals March 10, 2017By Laura DorrThe new method of detecting bacteria during root canal treatments could eliminate secondary infections and the need for follow-up visits. Can estrogen therapy lead to healthier teeth and gums? March 07, 2017By Kristen MottA new study finds links between estrogen therapy and reducing tooth and gum diseases in postmenopausal women. Limiting dental benefits increases hospital visitsAn increased severity of tooth-related infections and higher hospital costs were also reported. Study finds that certain type of children respond better to laughing gas February 17, 2017By Anesthesia ProgressIf a dentist could predict how a child is likely to respond to the usage of laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, the visit is more likely to be free of anxiety and fear. New study shows that oral bacteria can “lasso” onto heart tissues February 10, 2017By Nicholas HammA new study from the University of Bristol claims to have found the mechanism by which a certain oral bacterium clings to heart tissues. Genes can affect the development of caries February 10, 2017By Nicholas HammA new study from the University of Zurich shows that genetic defects can affect enamel.