oral medicine

Clinical trials continue. Data presented to oral medicine conference


Researchers from the U.S. have developed a simple saliva test that may improve oral cancer diagnostics significantly. Once the device has been approved by the FDA, they hope that the low-cost product will form part of annual routine dental exams and benefit patients with limited access to health care in particular.


We all know about the importance of sleep, and we know we should be getting more of it. When we wake up exhausted, drag ourselves to work or hit that afternoon slump, we blame ourselves: "Should have gotten more sleep last night.


Taking a regular low dose of aspirin could prevent head and neck cancers by almost a quarter, according to new research. The results of the study1 concluded that people were almost a quarter (22 per cent) more likely to avoid developing head and neck cancers if they took aspirin on a weekly and monthly basis. Throat cancers had the most benefit from regular aspirin use.


SEATTLE, Wash., USA: A new cross-sectional study of almost 800 U.S. adults has found that one in eight patients suffer from dentine hypersensitivity. The prevalence was especially high among patients younger than 65 and women in particular.


If you sometimes get a jolt of pain in your mouth when you drink or eat something hot or cold, you're not alone: A new survey of U.S. dental offices finds that one in eight people has over-sensitive teeth.


Designed to improving flossing habits and compliance with home care recommendations for patients with orthodontic appliances, bridges or dental implants, EasyThread Floss is threader floss packaged in a traditional floss dispenser.


Nicki Rowland, Practice Manager at Perfect 32 Dental Practice in Beverley, was invited to be a consultant for the Mouth Cancer Foundation in light of her work to raise public awareness of mouth cancer and the mouth cancer screening service offered at the practice.


Palm Beach Gardens, FL – (February 3, 2013) – The University of Miami recently honored BIOMET 3i and a host of other organizations with the Heroes For Hope award for helping to support the university’s numerous medical clinics.


According to a recent report, the majority of the States throughout the US still need to increase their efforts against tooth decay. The report was presented by the Pew Center on the States. It says that due to the current situation, the cost of healthcare in the country continues to increase. The report assessed the current status based on polices that were activated staring from July 2012.

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