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.
It is necessary to fully understand the hazards of aerosols and droplets presented during dental treatment.
A global taskforce of academic experts has concluded that teledentistry has the ability to give millions more people around the world regular access to dental services.
The anti-citrullinated protein antibodies (ACPAs) seen in many RA patients, which serve as a diagnostic marker, may have their origin in periodontal disease, researchers said.
Researchers from Tohoku University's Graduate School of Dentistry in Japan have discovered that softer gums hinder the development of gingiva fibroblasts -- the cells that help produce the fibres that hold our teeth in place.
Researchers in Japan have found that the patients who are most likely to schedule a dental check-up are those who understand the benefit of check-ups in preventing disease and those who have existing positive oral health behaviours.
Study establishes patient motivations for seeking clear aligner therapy across five European countries
There is increasing demand for clear aligner therapy (CAT) for mild to moderate malocclusion in adults.