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Sports dentistry really takes off

Sports dentistry is fast becoming recognised as a vital aspect of professional sport. Good oral health and hygiene is now starting to be seen as an essential part of an athlete’s overall health and wellbeing, which could also have a bearing on their performance.The issue was first highlighted, on a larger scale, ...

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Woman’s teeth form ‘fangs’ after gum disease is left untreated

A 49-year-old woman has developed fang-like teeth after a case of serious gum disease went untreated despite repeated check-ups at the dentist. Charlotte Bateman said she knew something was ‘seriously wrong’ when her gums bled profusely with each visit to the dentist but the dentist treating her did not deal with the problem accordingly....

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Tooth loss could represent a higher risk of health problems

According to researchers, losing teeth and suffering gum disease long-term could increase the risk of serious health problems, such as cardiovascular complications, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and high cholesterol. Previous research into the area found that poor dental hygiene could allow up to 700 different types of bacteria to get into the bloodstream, ...

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Emergency dentistry news: Gum disease ‘could lead to wider health problems’

People worried about needing emergency dentistry could be interested to hear that people with gum disease are twice as likely to have a heart attack, scientists have claimed.The importance of maintaining good oral health has been highlighted due to the wider health risks associated with the contraction of periodontal problems.Although a definite ...

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Flossing ‘helps overall health’

Flossing could help people to stay healthy.A study published by the UCL Eastman Dental Institute in London has shown a link between poor memory and tooth loss - a condition which could be averted through the daily use of floss.Dr Nigel Carter, head of the British Dental Health Foundation, said the findings ...

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Smoking ‘bad for oral health’

Brits have been warned of the dangers of smoking in terms of their oral health.Dental health professionals have told smokers that the habit could be harming their oral health.Dr Robert MacGregor told the Vancouver Sun that smoking can lead to an array problems, most of which will impact on the gums, as ...

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Advice for a healthier smile

Individuals have been advised on how to achieve a healthier smile.People planning to have a healthier smile should stop smoking and ensure they brush their teeth properly, it has been advised.MSN Health has reported that smoking can be particularly harmful to the teeth and gums, while flossing daily and not brushing too ...

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Oral health ‘key to healthy heart’

Oral health linked to heart disease risk.Overall health can be greatly impacted upon by a lack of oral hygiene, it has been argued.According to My Republica, Shyamsehkar Bikram Rana of People's Dental College & Hospital at Naya Bazaar has said that instances of coronary heart disease are more common in those individuals who ...

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Green tea ‘could boost oral health’

Brits could improve their oral health through drinking green tea.Research carried out in Japan by Yasushi Koyama from Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine has shown a link between drinking green tea and improved oral health.The report showed a 23 per cent reduction in the risk of decay in those people who drank ...

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Tooth identity chip developed

A new chip has been developed that can be implanted in teeth.A new identity chip that can be fitted inside a tooth has been developed in the US.Cosmetic Dentistry Guide reported Dr Kevin Brunski has developed the I-Denti-Fied chip, which can be implanted into teeth then be scanned to prove a person's ...

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