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06:47 EST 11th December 2016 | BioPortfolio

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How sharks could help us regrow our own human teeth

SOURCE August 5, 2016 Sharks are the ultimate predators of the aquatic realm thanks to one character in particular – teeth. Not only are shark’s teeth razor sharp but they are also constantly regr...

Alternating periods of high- and low-entropy neural ensemble activity during image processing in the primary visual cortex of ra

The purpose of our study was to investigate the nonlinear dynamic properties of neural ensemble activity in the primary visual cortex of rats following differential visual stimuli. The relative wavele...

Health Tip: Preparing for Baby's First Teeth

-- Baby's first teeth signal an exciting time for new parents, but they can be a source of pain and discomfort for your little one. Here are suggestions from the American Academy of Pediatrics: Baby ...

Health Tip: Stop Grinding Your Teeth

-- Tooth grinding can lead to headache, jaw pain and may even crack your teeth. Stress is a common trigger, especially during sleep. If you grind your teeth, the American Dental Association suggests: ...

Health Tip: Why Wisdom Teeth Are Frequently Pulled

-- Third molars, commonly called wisdom teeth, may make it easier to chew. But they're also a frequent source of pain and discomfort, and are often extracted. The American Dental Association says misa...

Unlocking the mystery on how plant leaves grow their teeth

Plant biologists at ITbM, Nagoya University have discovered the key element, an EPFL2 peptide that is responsible for creating the teeth-like shapes on plant leaves. The zigzag edges of leaves, so-cal...

Drone pictures reveal the toll of raising young calves on whale mothers

New drone pictures reveal that a southern right whale mother named Scooter dramatically shrank in width – by 43 centimetres in just two months – as she fattened her calf.

Why lovebirds have better teeth

Being struck by Cupid's arrow can be good for your teeth.

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Advanced endodontic developments in pulpectomy of primary teeth.

To appraise studies about pulpectomy in primary teeth with nickel-titanium rotary files and smear layer removal and to find out may these developments enhance pulpectomy outcomes in primary teeth.

Prevalence of prematurely lost primary teeth in 5-10-year-old children in Thamar city, Yemen: A cross-sectional study.

The premature loss of primary teeth is a potential risk factor for poor arch length development. Adequate arch length is important to the progression of the permanent teeth. Poor arch length can lead ...

Analysis of bacterial community profiles of endodontically infected primary teeth using pyrosequencing.

The purpose of this study was to identify the endodontic microbiome in primary teeth with dental caries using high-throughput pyrosequencing and to establish data on the oral microbiome of primary tee...

Hypophosphatasia: Evaluation of Size and Mineral Density of Exfoliated Teeth.

Most cases of hypophosphatasia (HPP) exhibit early loss of primary teeth. Results of micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) analysis of teeth with HPP have not yet been reported. The purpose of the pres...

Successful Restoration of Severely Mutilated Primary Incisors Using a Novel Method to Retain Zirconia Crowns - Two Year Results.

This manuscript describes a simple reliable technique for restoring severely mutilated primary anterior teeth. A rigid glass ionomer post is created over which zirconia crowns can be fitted to achieve...

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