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Periopathogens as Atherosclerosis Cause
13.04.2017 | News international

Periopathogens as Atherosclerosis Cause

This is not surprise for everyone now that the state of our mouth influences our cardiovascular system. Scientists represented the evidence that the interconnection midst PD (periodontal disease) and other body points, namely vasculature, is very strong.

The researchers who published a specific article in the last journal issue had tried to find out in their research why atherosclerosis actuall

Coping with an anaphylactic shock in a dental office
13.04.2017 | News international

Coping with an anaphylactic shock in a dental office

Anaphylactic shock is a case of emergency that can be caused at a patient by local anaesthesia. The consequence of it can be a severe disease or even death. We are sure that dentists should know how to manage anaphylactic shock, what actions are needed in this case, what medicines can help with autoimmune reaction prevention. So, you should know how to save a patient’s life in this dangerous situa

Effect of Early Dental Care in Children Participating in Medicaid
07.04.2017 | News international

Effect of Early Dental Care in Children Participating in Medicaid

The researchers from the University of Alabama, Birmingham School of Public Health report that early preventive oral care for children under the age of two may lead to more costs at the following stages of their lives. Children who were enrolled in Medicaid were quite frequently treated from tooth decay. As a result, their parents spent more for oral care than the parents whose children did not ge

Retention Decrease Due to Changes on Personal Injury Claims
03.04.2017 | News europe

Retention Decrease Due to Changes on Personal Injury Claims

In February this year it was declared that the discount rate for personal injury claims was reduced from 2.5% to 0.75%. Hence, the problems with retention are expected.

Since the costs connected with personal injury compensation get higher, many experienced dentists believe that there is no sense at all in remaining in the practice and think of retirement more seriously. They do not consider th

Dementia and Missing Teeth May Be Interconnected
31.03.2017 | News international

Dementia and Missing Teeth May Be Interconnected

Within the study that started in 2007 the scientists examined the teeth of 1,500 Japanese people of the age 60 and older. The research presupposed investigation of the interconnection between the quantity of lacking teeth and all the dementia kinds. The participants of the research were mostly town inhabitants and had access to proper dental care. The results were published only in March 2017 and

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