DIY orthodontics is a one size fits all approach to reshaping and altering the appearance of your mouth.
A team of University at Buffalo (UB) researchers in the US has developed a new strontium-loaded scaffold that can be personalised to fit any size dental implant and could help improve healing and tissue attachment in patients.
In a recent study, researchers reported that using removable partial dentures may have long-term benefits in reducing mortality among adults with a non-functional dentition, but cautioned that further research is needed.
A study from King’s College London has shed light on the role that a type of cell plays in the progression of periodontal (gum) disease and how it could provide an avenue for therapeutic intervention.
An innovative technology developed at Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel will enable bone regeneration to correct large defects by means of a special hydrogel.
A vaping habit could lead to a tarnished smile, and more frequent dentist visits.
A study by researchers from the University of Hong Kong has shown that “positive stress” can be utilised to enhance the therapeutic potential of tooth stem cells by increasing their resistance to injury and disease.
The link between periodontal disease and a range of systemic health conditions such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis is well established.
An Australian study published in the Journal of Dental Research has provided evidence that exposure to fluoridated water is not negatively associated with child emotional and behavioural development.
A pioneering study is being carried out across dental practices in Scotland, in which software-driven by artificial intelligence (AI) is helping practitioners locate caries (cavities) more effectively.