Importance of Rabbit Dental Care

Rabbit Dental Care┬áplays a crucial role in maintaining overall health and well-being. From regular oral hygiene practices to professional dental treatments, a comprehensive approach to dental care is essential for healthy smiles and a vibrant life. This article explores the significance of dental care for humans and delves into the often overlooked realm of rabbit dental care, emphasizing … Read More

First study to report results of matched health and dental

Dentures may have a potentially negative impact on a person’s overall nutrition, according to new research from Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University School of Dentistry. The research team leveraged electronic dental and health records to gain a better understanding of how oral health treatments affect individuals’ overall health over time.

This is believed to be the first study to report

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Could blocking or deleting a protein help prevent common

The most common head and neck cancer — oral squamous cell carcinoma — often starts off, as many other cancers do, quite innocently. Perhaps as a little white patch in the mouth or a small red bump on the gums. Easy to ignore, to downplay. But then something changes, and the little blotch becomes more ominous, starts growing, burrowing into … Read More

How one inflammatory disorder exacerbates another —

The immune system remembers. Often this memory, primed by past encounters with threats like bacteria or viruses, is an asset. But when that memory is sparked by internal drivers, like chronic inflammation, it can prove detrimental, perpetuating a misguided immune response.

In a new paper in Cell, researchers from the School of Dental Medicine, together with an international team

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Region, insurance status and other restorative dental

Oral health is a public health issue that significantly affects people’s overall health. A recent study of root canal longevity using electronic dental record data from 46,000 root canal patients treated in community dental practices found geographic and procedure disparities, providing real-world insight that can be used to inform dental practice.

Teeth survive about 11 years after a root canal,

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Diabetes may weaken teeth and promote tooth decay —

People with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are prone to tooth decay, and a new study from Rutgers may explain why: reduced strength and durability of enamel and dentin, the hard substance under enamel that gives structure to teeth.

Researchers induced Type 1 diabetes in 35 mice and used a Vickers microhardness tester to compare their teeth with

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