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    Why eating sushi could protect your teeth
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    According to a Japanese study presented in Honolulu during an international congress on chemistry, sushi protects your teeth from cavities. In actual fact, it's the hot green wasabi served with sushi that has the most benefits. This sauce contains molecules known as isothiocyanates which stop bacteria settling inside your mouth. More

    This guy is teaching your iPhone to detect bad breath
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    We've told you before that smartphones and PCs are becoming more human, with their ability to see (camera) hear (phone) and feel (gyro/accelerometer). Now, a tiny San Francisco startup, Adamant Technologies, is trying to give your iPhone the senses of smell and taste, too. More

    Video marketing for dentists
    Modern Practice    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
    As I work with more and more dentists, I'm finding out many of them are horrified to do video. They just want to get more patients and do what they do best. Unfortunately, to get more patients, you've got to implement a video marketing plan, as YouTube is the second biggest search engine in the world, and the biggest one (Google) owns them. Online video is becoming more popular by the day! People are willing to watch a short video that is of value to them, or that they find entertaining; but to read a 600 word article might be a different story. More

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    Fresh oral health resolutions that go beyond brushing
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    You've spent nearly your whole life brushing and flossing your teeth and attending regular dental appointments in order to keep your mouth healthy. But there are plenty of reasons why you might want to go beyond these basic steps to achieve even better oral health in the new year. Whether you need to take additional measures for preventing future cavities, you have a history of gum disease or you simply want to keep your teeth in top-notch shape, here are a few dental resolutions you can make for 2013. More

    Preventing dental decay in children
    Dentistry IQ    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
    With our changing lifestyle and food habits, dental cavities in kids are very common now. Absenteeism from school due to toothache is also rising. This is the first post in a series about Preventing Dental decay in children written by our expert Dr Meenakshi Kher, a renowned pediatric dentist practicing in Mumbai. How do cavities occur? More

    Bontempi: Quality Surgical Instruments
    Bontempi, founded in 1974, is engaged in the production of surgical instruments that are designed to enhance the technical abilities of doctors. Bontempi is known in the industry to deliver exceptional product quality from their facilities in Germany. For a 4+1 special through Germiphene, Click the image to the left. more

    Fluoridation news
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    Grand Rapids, MI, became the first city in the U.S. to adjust the fluoride levels in its water supply to lower tooth decay rates in children on Jan. 25, 1945. According to the latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, fluoridated water now reaches more than 204 million U.S. residents—just under 74 per cent of the population on public water systems. In 1999 the CDC proclaimed community water fluoridation as one of 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century. More

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    Canadian group calls for more attention to kids' oral health
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    The Canadian Paediatric Society has issued a detailed position statement that is a plea for stakeholders across the country to make children's oral health a bigger priority. The authors of the statement decry the fact that public funding for dental care has been decreasing during the last 30 years, and that 50 per cent of families in the lower income brackets do not have dental insurance. They also note that members of the First Nations and immigrant children still are among those with the greatest barriers to adequate dental care. More

    Why products like Tooth and Gums Tonic, Hydrofloss and SulcaBrush get my love
    Natural Gumption    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
    Recently, I had the pleasure of working as a hygienist in two different offices, and although the offices were quite nice, I have to say I was saddened by their choice of products they used both in the office and ones they dispensed to patients. All too often this is the case that I come across when I go into an office as a temp. Offices somewhat blind fully give away products to patients, and patients think that these products that they have been given are the best ones to use. It's marketing genius, really. More

    Time to get teeth in order
    Dentistry IQ    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
    The New Year ushers in a flurry of activity to many dental offices. Between holiday sweets, colder weather, New Year's resolutions, and renewed insurance benefits; appointments tend to get booked fast and furiously well into the spring. It is quite common for patients to walk in a little intimidated or confused about how and where to start in getting themselves to beautiful, white, straight, healthy teeth surrounded by pink, healthy gums. More
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