3 weeks ago

New Tooth Decay Treatment May Do Away With Fillings, Allow Teeth To Repair Themselves

Dread going to the dentist? A new dental procedure out of the United Kingdom may make appointments a lot less anxiety-inducing by doing away with the drill.

Researchers at King's College London are working on a device for a tooth decay trea read more...

1 month ago

UPDATE 2-Nobel Biocare Q1 lags rivals, shares tumble

* Q1 sales fall 7 percent to 136.7 mln euros, miss poll

* Shares tumble 13 pct, underperform main competitor

* Nobel Biocare looking to narrow gap with rivals in 2010

* Q1 net more than doubles on one-off forex gain
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1 month ago

Why your dentist costs so much

Back in April I wrote about a person near and dear to me -- yes, my husband -- who needed two new crowns for $3,442. I published his experience in a post, Is Your Dentist Ripping You Off? Dentists howled in protest at the provocative headline, tho read more...

3 months ago

Kids in Medicaid have more tooth decay: study| Reuters

WASHINGTON An estimated 6.5 million U.S. children cared for through the Medicaid public health insurance program have untreated tooth decay, according to a report released on Wednesday.

Only about a third of the 20 million children covered read more...

5 months ago

Lawmakers bid to extract answers from VA over rogue dentist

Powerful lawmakers are drilling down into the Department of Veterans Affairs, seeking answers to how a Wisconsin dentist who treated vets was able to ignore safety and sanitary procedures, potentially exposing hundreds patients to HIV and hepatiti read more...

5 months ago

Great Dental Treatments Ideas That You Could Start Immediately

There are many countries that don't give proper dental hygiene providers so that you can choose from.There are a lot of tools available that will cope with every dental issue so become informed about them and check out them out. This article infor read more...

7 months ago

Backflow Preventer Devices Are Necessary In Dental Clinics

Dental clinics are unhygienic especially if dental professionals do not take extra precautions when it comes to releasing their effluence and wastes. Aside from blood-soaked cotton swabs, water tops the list of wastes produced by dental clinics. O read more...