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A New Source to Generate Teeth?

A New Source to Generate Teeth?

According to a recent news release, stem cells derived from urine can be used to generate tooth-like structures, as reported in a recent study published...

| 8 years ago
Study: Research Suggests Gingival Stem Cells Can be Used in Tissue Regeneration

Study: Research Suggests Gingival Stem Cells Can be Used in Tissue Regeneration

According to a recent news release, the International and American Associations for Dental Research (IADR / AADR) published a paper titled...

| 8 years ago
Visits to Emergency Rooms Due to Dental Problems on the Rise

Visits to Emergency Rooms Due to Dental Problems on the Rise

According to the ADA Health Policy Resources Center, more people are heading to the emergency room with dental problems, an increase largely driven by...

| 8 years ago
Quarterly Spotlight: April-June 2013

Quarterly Spotlight: April-June 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
Can Early Exposure to BPA Damage Enamel?

Can Early Exposure to BPA Damage Enamel?

A recent press release suggests that teeth can be affected by bisphenol A (BPA). This is based on the conclusions of work carried out by the research...

| 8 years ago
Study: Gum Disease Causing Bacteria Also Destroys Bone

Study: Gum Disease Causing Bacteria Also Destroys Bone

According to a recent media release, a University of Michigan study found the newly discovered bacterium that causes gum disease also triggers normally...

| 8 years ago
It's Okay to Be Cheesy

It's Okay to Be Cheesy

As stated in a recent EurekAlert! media release, there has been little research about how dairy products affect oral health. However, according to a...

| 8 years ago
Report: Billions Suffer From Major Tooth Decay

Report: Billions Suffer From Major Tooth Decay

A recent EurekAlert! press release states, billions of people across the globe are suffering from major untreated dental problems, according to a new...

| 8 years ago
Case Study: Soda and Illegal Drugs Cause Similar Damage to Teeth

Case Study: Soda and Illegal Drugs Cause Similar Damage to Teeth

According to recent media release, a case study published in the March/April 2013 issue of General Dentistry, the peer-reviewed clinical journal of the...

| 8 years ago
The ADA Targets 'The Dental Divide'

The ADA Targets 'The Dental Divide'

According to a recent media release, The American Dental Association, citing 'a disturbing dental divide in America,' announced a nationwide campaign May...

| 8 years ago
Can Alligators Be the Key to Growing Teeth?

Can Alligators Be the Key to Growing Teeth?

According to a recent release, new research led by the Keck School of Medicine of USC suggests alligators may help scientists learn how to stimulate tooth...

| 8 years ago
Researchers Develop Prototype That May Increase Implant Success Rates

Researchers Develop Prototype That May Increase Implant Success Rates

According to a recent news release, researchers at the Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in Castellón have developed an implant coating with a biodegradable material aimed...

| 8 years ago