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Clogged arteries may be down to bacteria, not diet

Clogged arteries may be down to bacteria, not diet

waris 22/11/2017 0
The fat molecules in the plaques that clog up our arteries and raise risk of heart attack and stroke may come from bacteria that live in our mouths and guts, not just from what we eat. Researchers suggest that bacteria may play a key role in clogged ...
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Seven tips for wisdom teeth pain relief

Seven tips for wisdom teeth pain relief

waris 30/10/2017 0
Wisdom teeth normally push their way through the gums when a person is between the ages of 17 and 21. The sensation of a tooth pushing through the gums can be painful.In addition, there is often no room for the wisdom teeth in a person's mouth, as th...
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Why does my tongue hurt?

Why does my tongue hurt?

waris 21/10/2017 0
Bites or injuries A common cause of a sore tongue is accidentally biting the tongue when chewing food, or biting down suddenly.Most people have experienced the sharp pain that comes from accidentally biting their tongue. Because the tongue shares mo...
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What is a dead tooth? Symptoms, causes, and treatment

What is a dead tooth? Symptoms, causes, and treatment

waris 18/10/2017 0
A tooth has three layers - enamel, dentin, and pulp. The pulp contains the blood vessels and nerves.Dead or dying nerves in the pulp can lead to a dead tooth. A dead tooth will also no longer have any blood flow to it.A ad nerve in a tooth is sometim...
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No More Tooth Decay? Making Teeth Too Slippery

No More Tooth Decay? Making Teeth Too Slippery

waris 12/10/2017 0
Small molecule inhibitor prevents or impedes tooth cavities in a preclinical modelThe inhibitor blocks a key virulence enzyme in the oral bacterium Streptococcus mutans, making it unable to stick to a tooth surface Could this be the end of tooth deca...
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Analysis of Neanderthal teeth grooves uncovers evidence of prehistoric dentistry

Analysis of Neanderthal teeth grooves uncovers evidence of prehistoric dentistry

deccan dental 05/06/2017 0
A discovery of multiple toothpick grooves on teeth and signs of other manipulations by a Neanderthal of 130,000 years ago are evidence of a kind of prehistoric dentistry, according to a new study researcher.Three views of the four articulated teeth m...
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