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Can we improve on the toothpaste we use to maintain clean teeth, preventing medical issues that spiral from poor dental health?
A new American Dental Association (ADA) clinical practice guideline suggests conservative methods to treat tooth decay in primary and permanent teeth could lead to better outcomes when used with common restorative materials like fillings or caps.
A study has successfully demonstrated the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in detecting gum inflammation, also known as gingivitis, from intraoral photographs.
Collaborating researchers have discovered that a bacterial species called Selenomonas sputigena (S. sputigena) can have a major role in causing tooth decay.
The correction of mandibular prognathism requires orthognathic surgery, which involves creating a split in the jawbone(s) and fixation in a planned position.
A study, published in PLOS ONE, demonstrates that patients with type 2 diabetes (T2B) who have full chewing function have a blood glucose level that is significantly lower than patients whose ability to chew effectively is impaired.
Researchers at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center and the School of Dentistry have identified a new metric to articulate the relationship between nerve density and oral cancer.
Young babies and newborn mice can naturally heal damage to the bones that form the top of the skull, but this ability is lost in adults.
A growing connection among diabetes, oral health, and dementia highlights the importance of dental care and diabetes management as we age.