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Saint Apollonia is the patroness of dentists, and people suffering from toothache and other dental diseases often ask her intercession. The history of Saint Apollonia is very sad. St. Apollonia was a holy virgin who suffered martyrdom in Alexandria during...
Good afternoon bloggers! In my first message, I would like to congratulate Chiou Bo-Jen from 4th Year Bilingual Dentistry who won the prize for Best Undergraduate Talk from Dentistry in the recently completed 10th International Congress for Students of Experimental and Health...
Have you ever brushed your teeth and then drank a cold, refreshing, sweet glass of orange juice, only to find that it tastes horribly bitter? What is going on here? This phenomenenon was investigated by the American Chemical Society and...
A light hearted blog.  NinjaFish Studios release DENTIST OFFICE their latest (and only) dentistry app for iPhone and iPad.  Now your free time can be filled with your favourite treatments! Search for Dentist´s office in your app store and you...
Microcomputed tomography (µCT) of teeth can detect demarcated radiolucencies below the enamel-dentin junction (EDJ) that are of noncarious origin, and can therefore be classified as possible developmental irregularities, show study results. The dental images also revealed a direct pathway that...
Smoking adversely affects nearly all tissues and systems in the body and is an established risk factor for many diseases including several cancers and cardiovascular disorders. Tobacco use is also linked with several pain conditions that include musculoskeletal pain, rheumatoid...
CEU has initiated an English dentistry degree program in the Department of Dental Medicine since spring 2009. The aim of this program is to cultivate bilingual dentists and to serve as a vehicle to internationalize campus. Courses in curriculum...