Organoids have now been created from stem cells to secrete the proteins that form dental enamel, the substance that protects teeth from damage and decay.
A new study has found that teeth could be capable of preserving antibodies for hundreds of years, allowing scientists to investigate the history of infectious human diseases.
A team of scientists from Canadian universities set out to study young, healthy people without diagnosed periodontal issues to determine whether lower levels of oral inflammation can be clinically relevant to cardiovascular health.
Since it has been evidenced that periodontitis results in local and systemic inflammation, researchers have recently examined the effects of dietary restrictions on both treatment response and inflammation in periodontal disease.
A new study from researchers in China investigates the future applications of AI, and ChatGPT, within dentistry.
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.