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Study reveals surprising connection between asthma, oral health

What in the world could asthma have to do with gum disease? Apparently, a lot. A recent study published in the Journal of Periodontology reveals that people with asthma are one-fifth more likely to experience gum disease than people who...

source: MultiBriefs
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The issue of dentinal hypersensitivity has plagued clinicians and their patients since the beginning of the dental profession. While some cases are easy to diagnose and treat, others are more mysterious and complex.

source: RDH

The industrialized world loves its sugar, and no one disputes that. The usual suspects are cupcakes, candy, etc., but processed foods such as granola bars and canned goods have their fill of sugar. Sugar isn’t big news for the...

source: Today's RDH

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is “abuse directed at a current or former spouse, significant other, partner, girlfriend, or boyfriend.” Once termed “domestic violence,” IPV is rarely if ever mentioned in dentistry. Dental professionals probably meet...

source: Dental Products Report

If you’re someone who brushes twice a day, flosses regularly, and never misses a dentist visit, you may think you’re doing all you can for your oral health. However, there are actually numerous other ways to improve your oral hygiene — and some of them...

source: DentistryIQ

The first thing people notice when they meet you is your smile. To be more confident when giving wide-mouthed, eye-crinkling smiles, people want healthy, pearly white teeth. But toothpastes only remove surface stains, and whitening treatments can harm enamel, leading to...

source: ScienceDaily

People are burning out at alarming rates. They feel constant demand to deliver, so they're leaving their jobs, aka "The Great Resignation," due to high stress and burnout. The pandemic has amplified this due to the unknown demands about the return to the office and/or working...

source: Dental Economics


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