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Smoking and oral health
04.04.2016 | News americas

Smoking and oral health

Nowadays it is a common knowledge that smoking is bad for dental health. However, how exactly does smoking damage your dental health?

 Mouth`s microbiome is a first thing which suffers from smoking. The results published in the  ISME (International Society for Microbial Ecology) Journal said that changed mouth`s microbiome can cause tooth decay and break down toxins.

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Antidepressants vs. Implants
14.03.2016 | News americas

Antidepressants vs. Implants

The new research made in the University at Buffalo said that antidepressants cause implant failure. Study found that one of the most prescribed drugs in the U.S., which treat pain, anxiety and other disorders, could affect the regulation of bone metabolism the main factor for the process of healing after dental implantation.

During the research scientists analyzed the medical carts of patients

Scientist Investigate Influence of Soda on Children’s Teeth
12.02.2016 | News americas

Scientist Investigate Influence of Soda on Children’s Teeth

In several days after the American government had issued recommendations as for nutrition advising Americans to decrease sugar content in food, scientists conducted an interesting research. The representatives of JADA, the Journal of American Dental Association, proved connection between the state of children’s teeth and carbonated water. The doctors examined oral health of Mexican teenagers and f

CIOSP 2016: Thousands of People Visited the Biggest Dental Congress of Southern America
05.02.2016 | News americas

CIOSP 2016: Thousands of People Visited the Biggest Dental Congress of Southern America

Recently in Brazil an event expected by the whole dental world took place. CIOSP, the 34th International Dental Congress, was opened which gathered several thousands of professional dentists and representatives of specialized organizations in São Paulo.

The aim of the Congress was activity directed to improvement of the general level of dental care by means of providing access to high-quality a

A New Method of Dental Anesthesia Is Needleless
25.01.2016 | News americas

A New Method of Dental Anesthesia Is Needleless

Professor Renata Fonseka Vianna Lopez together with other scientists from the University of São Paulo published the results of research that would make lives of dentistry patients easier. Many people postpone or even avoid visiting dentists because of having fear of needles with the help of which anesthesia is applied. Such people were in the field of view of the Brazilian researches when they fou

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