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Sue is a student in the 5th year of the Dentistry degree at Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera. Following her return from ERASMUS in  Plzen, I had the opportunity to chat to her and ask her a few questions about her...
Puk Bos is an ERASMUS student from ACTA Amsterdam University who visited our University from March to May 2017 in order to participate in a research exchange with Dr. Salvatore Sauro. Before she left, I had a chance to ask...
We all should be aware by now that sugar is bad for our teeth. In spite of this, sugar intake-dependent dental pathologies remain amongst the most common causes of poor oral health related quality of life.  Our dentists keep on...
Erasmus+ placement…Erasmus+ placement is an opportunity for me, given by the European Union, to experience different things, meet new people and see how different is one university from another, in terms of working at the clinic, lecturing, discussing articles,...
Dentistry Student Angela Yu's International Practical Experience in New York University NYU has one of the largest dental schools in US, also one of the three universities that have been opened for over 170 years. Unlike most of the universities...
The latest publication of the Oral Microbiology Group UCH-CEU has just been released. The article entitled “Alcohol and tobacco consumption affect the oral carriage of Candida albicans and mutans streptococci” has been publish in Letters of Applied Microbiology. The...
Guided by Dr. V. Herrnández, on May 14 a group of students from the first year of Dentistry visited the biomedical research center Prince Felipe. During the visit the students discovered the main research lines of the center, including investigations...
Caries is caused by sugar, right?...wrong? The central role of sugar in caries development is amply demonstrated in the literature.It is however important to remember the multifactorial ethology of caries, involving free sugar, host factors, microbial components and underlying pathologies. So how did...