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Archive for the ‘Research Studies’ Category

June 13th, 2017

Menopause and Gum Disease

As women enter menopause, they are at a higher risk of bone fractures, but according to a new study at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, they may also be at a higher risk...Read More

March 14th, 2017

Alligators and Dental Science?

Did you know alligators can replace each of their teeth up to 50 times in their life? Humans are unique among vertebrates for being able to replace our teeth only once. But new insights into how...Read More

October 19th, 2016

Missing Teeth and Cardiovascular Health

A study done by the University of Helsinki found an association between tooth loss and cardiovascular events, diabetes, and death. The study found: • “More than five missing teeth increased the risk for coronary heart disease...Read More

September 28th, 2016

The Truth About Multivitamins

Millions of Americans take a daily multivitamin, but why? Most Americans pop the pill because they believe that it has an array of health benefits attached to it, but studies show that it may not be...Read More

September 14th, 2016

Just what the doctor ordered: More kissing??

Kissing has its hazards and its helps, yet romantic implications aside, how is our oral health is affected? First, the bad news: Kissing, like any physical interaction, can spread viruses or germs if one party is...Read More

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