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Older people who have significant tooth loss could be at risk for a slowing mind and body as compared to their piers who do not have tooth loss. Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.
Be sure to know what type of brush you are using and the proper ways to keep it clean. Thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.
Current research has had success with regenerating the dentin of teeth. Will it change the future of dentistry? Read on to learn more, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.
An international team of researchers has found new evidence that our prehistoric ancestors had a detailed understanding of plants long before the development of agriculture.
If teeth can be grown in a cost effective way, will they be used to treat tooth loss in the future? Read on to learn more about current techniques being researched in hopes of changing the future of tooth loss. Thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.
For the first time, a new study has shown it is possible to use low-power lasers to spur stem cells in the body to make new tissue, in this case to regenerate dentin in teeth. The Harvard-led team says their work lays the foundation for a wealth of new clinical applications for healing wounds, regenerating bones and teeth, and more.
Neuroscientists have found that the sounds of dental instruments like drills evoke fear and anxiety in some people, according to a new study presented at this week's Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in San Diego.
Up until now, it was assumed that all healthy oral bacteria was generally the same. A new study shows that different ethnicities have a distinct oral bacterial profile. Those differences may determine different treatments for oral disease, which could alleviate the predisposition for other diseases within the body. Read on to learn more from this recent study. Thanks for visiting us at Texarkana Endodontics.
Who doesn't love coffee? If you don't, there may be a reason to start. The following study shows that drinking more than four cups of caffeinated coffee per day reduces the risk of death from oral cancer by nearly half! This is a significant finding since cancer of the mouth and the pharynx is among the ten most common cancers in the world. Learn more about the benefits of coffee from the study below, and thanks for visiting Texarkana Endodontics.