A new study poses an intriguing question: Does gum disease accelerate cognitive decline in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease? The answer may be found in inflammation. 129 more words
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A new study poses an intriguing question: Does gum disease accelerate cognitive decline in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease? The answer may be found in inflammation. 126 more words
The American Dental Association’s Code of Ethics was first developed 150 years ago. What does this mean for you, our patients?
2016 marks the 150th anniversary of The ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Conduct, which serves as the foundation for our members’ dedication to providing the highest quality care and utmost professionalism. 175 more words
If you are unhappy with your smile then you can opt for a smile makeover to get best results. Even though there are various procedures available in dentistry, your healthcare professional would recommend veneers to change the present look of your teeth. 54 more words
The importance of using a verification jig on implant bridgework is beyond question but the conventional doesn’t do any more than confirm the fit.
Ensuring a passive and accurate fit not only saves time but should also eliminate costly remakes, expensive for both dentist and lab and very inconvenient for the patient. 152 more words
The School of Dentistry received visitors from Tashkent Medical Academy (TMA) & Tashkent State Dental school (TSDI), Uzbekistan. The pictures shows Prof Walmsley with Prof Shuhrat who is a Maxillofacial surgeon & Vice Rector of TMA & Dr Bakhtinur from TSDI who is the heard of the international office and specialises in Preventative Dental Care. 22 more words