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WATER could be ‘causing cavities’ in your teeth DRINKING bottled water could be causing you cavities in your teeth due to high levels of acidity, dentists have revealed. Read More ... http://dental-news.org/dentist-reveals-how-bottled-water-could-be-causing-cavities-in-your-teeth/
Top Innovations in the Dental Professions in Recent Years 1. Smart Toothbrush Homes of the future are filled with smart devices. We already see smart tech found in kitchen appliances and other devices in our bedrooms and living rooms. Why should our bathrooms be any different? At first, the idea that our toothbrushes can have sensors in them to monitor our brushing habits might seem strange. However, a smart electric toothbrush can make sure you brush your teeth correctly for best results.
As many of you prepare for summer cookouts, time with family, and festive events for this 4th of July holiday, we wanted to share some fun and interesting dental facts that date all the way back to the year of independence, 1776. 1768-1770 The infamous, Paul Revere, placed advertisements in a local newspaper offering his services as a dentist. A few years later, Revere verifies the death of his friend by identifying a bridge he constructed for him. This was the first known case of post-mortem