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The HEALTHYTOOTH project studies the therapeutic potential of different enzybiotics against pathogens that cause caries.

A team from the AINIA technology center is investigating potential ingredients and bioactive compounds for cosmetic products and personal hygiene products capable of fighting the bacteria that cause...

By UCSF Dentistry News

The UCSF School of Dentistry earned 72 awards and led all other dental institutions by accumulating more than $24 million in funding. The amount surpasses last year’s total of $22 million. 

Dentists play a crucial role in this public health crisis, as they prescribe 10% of all antibiotics dispensed worldwide, 66% of which could be avoided as they are not clinically indicated. 

Molar incisor hypomineralization is a qualitative enamel defect affecting at least one first permanent molar, with a frequently associated affection of the permanent maxillary incisors or the...

FDI published a policy statement about the bioactivity of dental restorative materials to clarify the term and provide some caveats for its use in advertising.

Rise in adoption of minimally invasive non-surgical procedures to drive global periodontal treatment market

The periodontal treatment market size stood at $ 7.6 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach $12.2 billion by 2031.

Researchers examined the effects of expanding Medicaid in 2014, according to the level of dental benefits, compared with states that did not expand Medicaid...

Growth is expected based on increased usage of orthodontic supplies to alter the alignment of teeth, improve bite and to improve overall appearance.

This study evaluated the association between caries risk in adults and SDH such as ZIP Codes, systemic diseases, payment methods, and race or ethnicity.

The College of General Dentistry, Association of Clinical Oral Microbiologists and Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, highlight the importance of working together...

Researchers at the University of Birmingham are developing a rapid test to identify the presence of periodontal disease.

The authors aimed to explore the treatment preferences of laypeople regarding direct-to-consumer (DTC) orthodontics and to identify whether case complexity is one of the factors influencing...

The study, "Insurance Claim Data Trends in Pulpal Therapy for Pediatric Patients," was published in The Journal of the American Dental Association.

The study, published Nov. 5 in the International Dental Journal, said nursing students need more support from oral health professionals.

Half of dentists surveyed say patients are high at appointments

Dr. Tricia Quartey, a dentist and spokeswoman for the American Dental Association, said that more of her patients are disclosing marijuana use.

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