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Study finds link between bullying and grinding teeth

A recent study published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation identified a connection between high rates of bruxism and incidence of teen bullying. Bruxism is defined by the Mayo Clinic as the unconscious clenching or grinding of teeth while awake or asleep. High levels...

source: Carolina Pickens
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Periodontitis and metabolic syndrome are manifestations of chronic inflammation. Periodontitis is an advanced stage of gum disease in which the gums are infected and the bone surrounding the teeth is breaking down leading to tooth loss and spread of infection. Metabolic...

source: DrBicuspid.com

Every day, your dental practice handles infectious, hazardous and pharmaceutical waste materials. That’s why dental practices are subject to strict federal, state and local regulations to ensure the proper handling and disposal of all biohazardous materials. From a...

source: DentistryiQ

A recent study published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation identified a connection between high rates of bruxism and incidence of teen bullying. Bruxism is defined by the Mayo Clinic as the unconscious clenching or grinding of teeth while awake or asleep. High levels...

source: Carolina Pickens

Through an executive order signed July 17, Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri directed the state’s Department of Health and Senior Services to create a prescription drug monitoring program — an effort to combat the...

source: American Dental Association

When your dental practice is located in a densely populated city, you have a huge potential patient base with easy access to your office. It would almost seem like guaranteed success, if it were not for one factor. You also are surrounded by competitors. Without a strong...

source: Dentistry Today

Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans causes periodontal disease. But it also produces a protein that can be used to kill leukemia cells in animals, according to the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine. It has potential for treating autoimmune and inflammatory diseases as well,...

source: Dentistry Today

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