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Studies show e-cigarettes harmful to oral health

Electronic cigarettes continue to grow in popularity among young adults and current and former smokers because they are often perceived as a healthier alternative to conventional cigarettes. However, two recent studies by scientists in the U.S. and Canada have found that regular exposure to e-cigarette vapors causes damage to the gingival tissue, which may lead to infection, inflammation and periodontal disease.

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First steps to All-on-4 treatment: New e-book reveals route to success

Nobel Biocare has announced that over 10,000 dental professionals have already downloaded the company's new e-book, titled How You Can Start with the All-on-4 Treatment Concept. In the free publication, clinicians are guided by expert advice through new ways to distinguish their practice with the All-on-4 treatment concept's unique benefits. The e-book offers an ideal introduction to this well-established and widely recognised protocol.

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New organic toothpaste may inhibit harmful bacteria

A Seoul dentist has developed an all-natural toothpaste that aims to reduce the health risks posed by Streptococcus gordonii, an oral bacterium that initiates dental plaque formation. Once in the bloodstream, which it may enter though bleeding gingivae, for example, the bacterium also causes blood clots, which can lead to life-threatening conditions such as infective endocarditis, heart attack or stroke.

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Saliva test may be cost-effective tool for diagnosing kidney disease

A simple saliva test may help diagnose kidney disease, particularly in developing countries. This was suggested by a recently presented study, which showed that a dipstick test for salivary urea nitrogen was accurate for diagnosing the disease in adults in Malawi. About 10 percent of the world population is affected by chronic kidney disease, and millions die each year because they do not have access to affordable treatment, including diagnostic tools.

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