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Study: Material Loss Protects Teeth Against Fatigue Failure
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Study: Material Loss Protects Teeth Against Fatigue Failure

According to a recent news release, scientists of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig and the Senckenberg Research Institute...

| 8 years ago
Study: Is Emotional Intelligence More Important than IQ in Dentist-Patient Relationships?

Study: Is Emotional Intelligence More Important than IQ in Dentist-Patient Relationships?

According to a recent release, researchers from Case Western Reserve University's School of Dental Medicine and Weatherhead School of Management, found...

| 8 years ago
Study: Dental Anesthesia May Interrupt Development of Wisdom Teeth

Study: Dental Anesthesia May Interrupt Development of Wisdom Teeth

According to a recent release, 'Dental Anesthesia May Interrupt Development of Wisdom Teeth in Children', researchers from Tufts University School of...

| 8 years ago
Quarterly Spotlight: Jan-March 2013

Quarterly Spotlight: Jan-March 2013

As we continue to offer insightful content by the Spear faculty and guest writers each month, we want to make certain that you don't miss any of it. The...

| 8 years ago
Study: Dental Bib Clips Can Still Harbor Bacteria After Disinfection
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Study: Dental Bib Clips Can Still Harbor Bacteria After Disinfection

According to a recent release, researchers at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and the Forsyth Institute published a study that found that a...

| 8 years ago
Say Cheese: New Method for Restoring Missing Teeth Involves Gum Tissue and Mice Cells

Say Cheese: New Method for Restoring Missing Teeth Involves Gum Tissue and Mice Cells

According to a recent news release on Biological tooth replacement, scientists have developed a new method of replacing missing teeth with a bioengineered...

| 8 years ago
Study: Women Who Smoked Are More Likely to Lose Teeth Due to Gum Disease

Study: Women Who Smoked Are More Likely to Lose Teeth Due to Gum Disease

According to a new study published and featured on the cover of the current Journal of the American Dental Association by researchers at the University...

| 8 years ago
Introducing SPEAR TALK

Introducing SPEAR TALK

Spear TALK: Discover a wealth of advice for treating your most challenging cases. Find out which new practice technologies are actually worth the...

| 8 years ago
Research Reveals Negative Changes in Oral Bacteria

Research Reveals Negative Changes in Oral Bacteria

According to a media release, 'Ancient Teeth Bacteria Record Disease Evolution', from the University of Adelaide in Australia, DNA preserved in calcified...

| 8 years ago
Children's Oral Health Infographic

Children's Oral Health Infographic

Continuing our ongoing series highlighting dental risks, we are pleased to present our Children's Oral Health Infographic. We encourage you to pass it...

| 8 years ago
Study Suggests Beta-Catenin Molecule is Required for Tooth Root Formation

Study Suggests Beta-Catenin Molecule is Required for Tooth Root Formation

According to a press release, The International and American Associations for Dental Research (IADR/AADR) recently published a paper in the Journal of Dental...

| 8 years ago
How to Take a Full Arch Impression on a Difficult Patient
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How to Take a Full Arch Impression on a Difficult Patient

Taking a full arch crown and bridge impression on the lower arch can be a difficult and stressful procedure. Here's a technique that may help.

| 8 years ago