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Bioengineers amplify innovative approach for pulp regeneration
10.08.2017 | News international

Bioengineers amplify innovative approach for pulp regeneration

Root canals can deprive teeth of their natural biological response when  tissue that has been infected is substituted for synthetic biomaterials. To cope with the problem, investigators, being encouraged by 3D printing technology, have amplified a special technique  for engineering prevascularized tooth pulp that could be put into practice in root canals in the years to come.

The conclusions th

How to choose the right time for your wisdom teeth to be extracted?
09.08.2017 | News international

How to choose the right time for your wisdom teeth to be extracted?

Is it reasonable to extract your wisdom tooth if it doesn’t hurt you? Hossein Ghaeminia, OMS from Radboud university medical center, analyzed the risk of complications after extracting these teeth. His conclusions were sum up in his booklet, which could be useful for further estimation of risks for each patient.

As often happens, wisdom teeth which aren’t painful to patients are extracted to pr

Effectiveness of ground marketing for your business
02.08.2017 | News international

Effectiveness of ground marketing for your business

This phenomenon existed even before the digital progress. However, it is still as effectual as it used to be before it. Communication with people is a key for your successful dental practice. Meeting people, listening to them and gaining their trust are of high importance.

Whatever your business is, you are likely to have thought about methods of drawing clients. You may have a reputable web s

Microbiome changes caused by diabetic disease lead to dental periostitis
31.07.2017 | News international

Microbiome changes caused by diabetic disease lead to dental periostitis

A new examination conducted by the scientists in the University of Pennsylvania revealed that diabetic disease has an impact on the intraoral microbiome and adds to its pathogenic power. It also discovered that the shift of microbiome among the diabetic mice referred to the inflammatory state and loss of bone.

A few years ago, it was stated that diabetic disease had no influence on the intraora

Testing particle-filled resins for partial crowns
24.07.2017 | News international

Testing particle-filled resins for partial crowns

Part II

The evaluation was made in one and in two years. Two patients have left the research. Among the 40 restorations (12 premolars, 28 molars) two have failed, so the success level made 95%.

After two years, five more patients have left the research. Among 33 restorations there were 3 failures and success level was about 85%. Fractures and marginal adaptations were reported.

After 2 ye

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