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Another day, another foray into the wonderful world of human experimentation! Here's an experiment that was conducted by candy companies and dentists, and involved the inhabitants of a Swedish mental asylum. It also, I think, was influenced by the
B.C.'s College of Dental Surgeons has released the names of two more men who it says were operating unlicensed clinics, prompting the regulatory body to take legal action against them. The college had said in October that it was pursuing legal action
East Cobb Dentistry would like to take a moment to talk about which kinds of candy are best for your teeth. While you should make it a habit to keep consumption of these foods to a minimum, it never hurts to have a treat every once in a while...
An election observer from the Commonwealth of Independent States said parliamentary elections in Turkmenistan were in line with democratic principles. Turkmenistan held its first-ever multiparty elections for members of Parliament last weekend.
Approximately 2,200 people have reasons to smile after getting free dental care during a weekend clinic at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix. The Arizona Republic (http://bit.ly/1bUfoV5) reports that the event featured free work
Voters in the energy-rich Turkmenistan are casting ballots in a parliamentary vote that for the first time features several parties, all of them loyal to the Central Asian nation's autocratic leader. President Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov has described
Turkmenistan's President Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov stands during a photo opportunity at an official visit to the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva October 9, 2012. Turkmenistan's President Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov says Sunday's
But in terms of tooth decay, one critter is the major culprit: Streptococcus mutans . These bacteria take sugars in our food and turn them into tooth-dissolving acids. So microbiologist Christine Lang at Organobalance a German research and
The future looks brighter for the Central California Dental Surgicenter in Atwater and other facilities that treat low-income children who have severe tooth decay. The California Department of Health Care Services has proposed to exempt most
Some people choose to simply live with missing teeth that have either fallen out or have been lost due to injury. But others prefer to fix the problem--for reasons of comfort or esthetic appeal. Dental implants are a common permanent solution to