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Dental Prosthetics

Dental Prosthetics are prosthetic implants for the mouth, and can be for cosmetic or dental reasons. The market is increasing, and technology is improving the quality of them.

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Bone morphogenetic protein rhBMP

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SERAPHIN - STUDY WITH ENDOTHELIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST IN PULMONARY ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION TO IMPROVE CLINICAL OUTCOME. SERAPHIN (Study with an Endothelin Rece...

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KIACTA™ (also known as eprodisate) is an orally bioavailable small molecule intended for the treatment of AA amyloidosis, an orphan indication that results from long-standing inflammatory cond...

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Top Austin Dentist, Elite Dentistry, Now Offering to Beat Competitor Dental Implant Prices by 10%

Top Austin dentist, Elite Dentistry, is now offering to beat competitor dental implant prices by ten percent. Elite Dentistry offers dental implants with a Board Certified Austin dentist along with su...

Austin Health - Company Capsule

Recently added to the BioPortfolio report store, Austin Health - Company Capsule is a new report from ICD Research published on 2011-11-30. This 6-page report is available from $75. ICD Research's ...

CWRU dental survey finds dental anxiety leads cause for moderate sedation

Dental anxiety can be so extreme for some patients that a simple cotton swab on the gums makes them flinch. And others, fearful of pain, simply avoid seeing the dentist, according to a new study by Ca...

What's the best way to brush teeth? Even dentists and dental associations don't agree

(University College London) Advice on how we should brush our teeth from dental associations and toothpaste companies is 'unacceptably inconsistent', finds new University College London research.The s...

Dental anxiety leads cause for moderate sedation

Dental anxiety can be so extreme for some patients that a simple cotton swab on the gums makes them flinch. And others, fearful of pain, simply avoid seeing the dentist, according to a new study by de...

Best way to brush teeth? Even dentists, dental associations don't agree

Advice on how we should brush our teeth from dental associations and toothpaste companies is ‘unacceptably inconsistent’, finds new research. "The public needs to have sound information on the bes...

Study shows steep decline in tooth loss, increase in socioeconomic disparities

(International & American Associations for Dental Research) The International and American Associations for Dental Research have published a paper titled 'Projections of US Edentulism Prevalence Follo...

Walking on all fours is not backward evolution, study shows

(University of Texas at Austin) UT Austin anthropologist finds quadrupedal humans with Uner Tan Syndrome do not walk in the diagonal pattern characteristic of nonhuman primates such as apes and monkey...

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Motivation to study dental professions in one London Dental Institute.

While past research has explored dental students' motivation to study, there is limited understanding in the reasons behind career choice for hygienists/therapists and dental nurses. The aim of this s...

Can dental hygiene become a developing profession?

If dental hygiene is to survive in university settings, faculty must demonstrate scholarship and research productivity comparable to other university faculty. Academicians who have advanced theoretica...

Dental Hygiene and Research: Irrevocably Connected.

Although remarkable growth has occurred in the dental hygiene research arena, an increased emphasis on research development will facilitate the designation of dental hygiene as a true discipline.

Impact of a research requirement in a dental school curriculum.

With reported shortages in full-time dental educators across the world, any exposure to teaching and/or research during dental school might increase a graduate's interest in an academic career. Harvar...

History of dental hygiene research.

Dental hygiene is defined as the science and practice of the recognition, treatment and prevention of oral diseases. The history of dental hygiene research is considered in the context of the developm...

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