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A 14-year-old giraffe at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling in Scotland has been put under general anaesthetic so that dentists can check her teeth and try to tackle her problems with chewing food. Kelly the giraffe had a team of 12 vets and park staff to assist with the 30-minute procedure, during which an ...READ MORE
According to a new study performed by PBS Frontline and The Center for Public Integrity, one in three Americans are neglecting their dental care simply because they can’t afford the high price of treatments that the private system demands. The research centred on citizens of Florida and found that only around ten per ...READ MORE
Non-invasive botox treatments are becoming increasingly common among middle-aged patients, new figures reveal.According to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, non-invasive botox treatments were up by two per cent in 2010, especially among baby boomers.The number of male surgical operations remained stagnant at 1.1 million between 2007 and 2009, the figure increased to 2.1 million ...READ MORE
Lily Allen has said she experienced nasal problems after having all her wisdom teeth removed under general anaesthetic.The singer went under the knife on Thursday (January 20th 2011) but found the operation did not go as smoothly as she hoped.In news that may encourage people to seek out private emergency dentistry practitioners, Allen ...READ MORE
Delaying treatment for root canal damage is what causes the treatment to be painful, one specialist has claimed.Talking to Asia One Health, Dr Seah Yang How explained that if people have a dental consultation not long after a toothache develops they could prevent discomfort later on.The endodontist said: "When the procedure is ...READ MORE
Anaesthesia in the dentist's office causes anxiety for many. Many cosmetic dentistry patients get anxious by the thought of anaesthesia, a new survey has shown. Up to 85 per cent of people feel worried about the use of anaesthesia, according to a poll carried out by the University of Salford. It showed that the ...READ MORE
A new form of anaesthesia could replace needles for dentists.Brits undergoing cosmetic dentistry procedures will soon be able to undergo local anaesthesia that does not entail large needles, it has been revealed.According to an article in the American Chemical Society's bi-monthly journal Molecular Pharmaceutics, researchers have found that the use of a ...READ MORE
People could reduce their stress by having conscious sedation in place of anaesthesia.Conscious sedation could be a better choice for people undergoing emergency or cosmetic dentistry treatments if they find being put to sleep too stressful, it has been claimed.According to Dr Sultan Sherzoy, a dentist from New Jersey, 30 per cent of ...READ MORE
New anaesthesia reversing drug has been developed.A new drug has been developed that can reduce by half the amount of time its takes for anaesthesia to wear off after dental treatments.King 5 reported the drug can help patients feel normal faster and reduce some of the side effects of anaesthesia after an operation, ...READ MORE
A new drug has been developed to help patients recover faster after treatments.A new treatment has been developed which could see patients recovering more quickly from emergency and cosmetic dentistry procedures.ABC Local reported a drug has been developed which could reverse the effects of anaesthesia, meaning patients will no longer have to ...READ MORE
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