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Nanotechnology to guard teeth enamel
12.09.2016 | News asia pacific

Nanotechnology to guard teeth enamel

During innovative research scientists from the University of Sydney have identified the specific nanoelements that can have impact on enamel genesis.The result of fruitful work of material and structure engineers, dentists and bioengineers was the determination of enamel composition and construction at the atomic level.

Having applied relatively new microscopic technology called atom probe tomography , the scientists could reveal the location of atoms that have direct influence on the tooth

Dental market is booming in India
20.05.2016 | News asia pacific

Dental market is booming in India

According to the statistics, dental care services in India are expected to grow up to 200% by 2020. In addition, India already experienced an increase in 12% in this sector since 2010, Ken Research said.  

Continued economic grown together with reforms will result in becoming India the biggest market of dental products and services all over the world. In 2014 there were about 180,000 den

Caries can save a Parkinson`s patients life!
01.05.2016 | News asia pacific

Caries can save a Parkinson`s patients life!

Pneumonia is the most common illness for Parkinson’s patients. The researches show that dental caries treatment reduce the risk of pneumonia for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
About 2001 of Parkinson’s patients took place in that study. The follow-up period were 6 years and it show that 19% of participants were hospitalized for pneumonia. In addition, the researched observed that over 40% of



Do all Asian population have sleep-disordered breathing?
28.04.2016 | News asia pacific

Do all Asian population have sleep-disordered breathing?

A new study was found to determine the percentage among Asian ethnicities suffered from SDB in Singapore.  The study showed that about 40% of participants suffered from SDB and about 90% didn`t ever know about that. 

That study was conducted on 242 people aged from 21 to 79 years. All the participants got the Embletta PDS digital recording device (ResMed) in their home. According to the s

Oral Bacterium Presence Is Connected with the Risk of Stroke
26.02.2016 | News asia pacific

Oral Bacterium Presence Is Connected with the Risk of Stroke

Having examined the patients who addressed to a hospital with acute stroke, the scientists improved their understanding of connection between some kinds of stroke and presence of bacteria in a mouth (S. mutаns containing CNM-protein).

The scientists from the Center of the National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center in Osaka, Japan, watched the patients who suffered from stroke, in the framework

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