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(Medical Xpress)   A newly-created antimicrobial film could revolutionize common dental procedures. Dam   (medicalxpress.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Dental implant, Dentistry, dental implants, Gingiva, Amino acid, Professor Malcolm Snead, dental implant, Immune system  
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2019-03-14 03:54:43 PM  
These independent movie studios are having to try too hard to find their unique brand.
 
2019-03-14 05:18:26 PM  
"However, the implant is just as susceptible to biofilm formation and the patient's immune response"

But they are far more resistant to small shards bone buried in a nice piece of BBQ ribs (which is what chipped/cracked two of my teeth and caused me to need the dental implants in the first place).

// I chew ribs a lot more carefully now.
 
2019-03-14 07:20:33 PM  
I have all implants in my lower jaw, got them in 1997. I was told to use Listerine twice a day, and I have. Nary a problem with them.

/ the culmination of many procedures over 20some years because of a car accident
// ALWAYS wear your seatbelt, mmkay?
 
2019-03-15 03:23:10 PM  
Serious question: I see dental 'miracle' articles like this a lot (one recently was stem-cell based to 're-grow' tooth enamel) yet I never ever see them in the wild (aka, my dentist's office). Has anyone seen any real change in *practical* dentistry (drill&fill) in the past 20 years?

/hate the dentist's
//cavities galore
///i try...
 
2019-03-15 07:45:20 PM  

denverstevens: Serious question: I see dental 'miracle' articles like this a lot (one recently was stem-cell based to 're-grow' tooth enamel) yet I never ever see them in the wild (aka, my dentist's office). Has anyone seen any real change in *practical* dentistry (drill&fill) in the past 20 years?

/hate the dentist's
//cavities galore
///i try...


Did you know there are some dentists who specialize in patients like you and will sedate you for any procedure? There are, find one near you, you don't ever want dentures and implants are expensive.
And a dentist is who you ask about any ads or articles you happen upon. But if it sounds too good to be true... it's not true
 
2019-03-15 07:47:33 PM  
Also, some articles overstate by miles research being done on, say mice. Look for citations elsewhere in the net.
 
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