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Rappers get teeth bling that sings

US rapper Nelly sporting a non-musical 'grill'

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Women's health issues and gum disease

Women, keep those toothbrushes and dental floss handy. A comprehensive review of women's health studies by Charlene Krejci, associate clinical professor at the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, has shown a link between women's health issues and gum disease.

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Our new sales team. Mr Andrew Irish

Dentavision is proud to announce a new addition to our sales team.

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3D printer provides woman with a brand new jaw

Recently an 83 year old woman of Belgian decent suffering from severe osteomyelitis had most of her lower mandible destroyed by the infection.

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Totally drug-resistant TB at large in India

A strain of tuberculosis that is resistant to all existing TB drugs has emerged in Mumbai, India.

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Crowded teeth a sign of going soft

TEENAGERS facing the purgatory Of braces to fix misaligned teeth might be able to blame bread for their predicament.

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Nonfluoride Varnishes Help Prevent Cavities

A multi-disciplinary expert panel, convened by the American Dental Association (ADA) Council on Scientific Affairs, issued a report this month containing clinical recommendations that sugar-free chewing gum, lozenges and hard candy including xylitol or polyol combinations, and a prescription varnish with chlorhexidine and thymol could be beneficial in preventing cavities when used as adjuncts to a comprehensive cavity prevention program which includes the use of fluoride-containing products.

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Variety Bash 2011

Variety Bash 2011 Pictures

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Viruses might soon meet their kryptonite

Viruses might soon meet their kryptonite: an experimental drug that can, in theory, obliterate cells infected by any type of virus without harming healthy neighbours.

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How Cavity Causing Microbes Invade Heart

ScienceDaily (June 28, 2011) — Scientists have discovered the tool that bacteria normally found in our mouths use to invade heart tissue, causing a dangerous and sometimes lethal infection of the heart known as endocarditis.

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