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Ongoing stem cell research may offer a new approach to endodontic care. Researchers are working on stem cell therapy that may one day regenerate dental pulp that has been damaged by injury or disease.
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The human mouth is home to a huge variety of microbes - over 700 different strains of bacteria have been detected! While many bacteria are beneficial or harmless, some are responsible for dental disease and other harmful conditions.
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A healthy smile can affect your overall health too - more than 90% of all systemic diseases (affecting organs and systems in the body) may manifest symptoms in the oral cavity.
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According to the World Health Organization, over 60% of school children and nearly 100% of adults across the globe have dental decay.
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Did you know that enamel is your body's strongest tissue? Tooth enamel has the highest percentage of minerals at 96%, and is even tougher than your bones.
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With endodontic treatment, you can continue enjoying all the health and cosmetic benefits of your natural tooth.
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According to a new study, smoking dramatically changes the balance of bacteria in the mouth and may weaken the body’s defenses against disease.
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By engineering new blood vessels in teeth using 3D-inspired technology, scientists may one day be able to restore the vitality of teeth compromised by injury or decay.
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Did you know that toothpaste was being used as long ago as 500 BC? Ancient Chinese and Indian dentifrices included ingredients such as soot, honey, crushed eggshells, and ground ox’s hooves. The first commercially prepared toothpastes became widely available over a millennia later, in 1873.
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According to statistics, nearly 40% of all dental injuries are sports-related. By simply wearing a mouthguard you can protect your teeth and your smile while participating in many sports.
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