Dental Exam

1st Female Case Of Excessive Hair Growth In Gums

Make sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel: Hairy gums, I am guessing that isn't something that you would have thought possible. The term is called "oral hirsutism" and although this can actually happen, it usually just affects males. This ...
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First Peanut Allergy Drug Gets Approved

The Food and Drug Administration recently approved the first drug for the treatment of peanut allergies in children aged four and older. Although children will still have to avoid peanuts while taking this medication. The drug aids in the case ...
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Surgical Masks

Please STOP Buying Coronavirus Masks

When there is an outbreak of a disease, there are important things that uninfected people need to know and do, like washing your hands regularly for instance. There are also things not to do because they have little to no ...
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Texan Woman Falls Off 15 Foot Pole And Breaks Jaw. A Dental Perspective.

For those who haven't heard the story already... On Monday a dancer in Dallas while performing an "acrobatics routine", lost her grip and fell on her face, breaking her jaw and shattering her teeth. The video of the incident has ...
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So.. what toothpaste do dentists use?

What exactly is toothpaste? A toothpaste or “dentifrice,” according to the FDA, is an abrasive-containing dosage form (gel, paste, or powder) for delivering an anticaries drug to the teeth. An anticaries drug they then further defined as “a drug that ...
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gold grills

Flea market dental grill ruins Texas woman’s teeth

Grills, also called "front" are decorative covers often made of gold, silver or jewel-encrusted precious metals that snap over one or more of their teeth. They generally can be taken in and out but some grill wearers have attached their ...
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Poor Heart Health Due To Work Burnout?

You need a vacation! This is according to a recent a study from the University of Southern California. In the study, they determined that people who experience “work burnout” are at greater risk of experiencing irregular heartbeats. In a similar ...
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Coronavirus Spreads Disease And Fear

As of February 1, 2020, there are 11,700 confirmed cases of the coronavirus worldwide with 259 deaths, primarily of which have been in China. The virus has so far been confirmed in 22 countries: Australia, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Finland, ...
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