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Archive for September, 2013

Albuquerque Cosmetic Dentistry Offices Discuss Tooth Erosion from Soda

Published on September 25, 2013

Eating crisp and salty potato chips, a juicy double patty burger, or a thick slab or steak can be incomplete without an ice-cold glass of cola, but studies show that drinking too much soda has permanent effects on teeth. According

How An Albuquerque Dentist Helps Those with Untreated Dental Problems

Published on September 24, 2013

There are many kinds of dental problems a person could be suffering from, but it may take him some time to notice, and even more time to go to a dentist to have his mouth checked. Dental problems need to

New Discovery Can Help Your Albuquerque Dentist Address Your Gum Problems Better

Published on September 14, 2013

University of Michigan Medical School researchers, Dr. Yizu Jiao and Dr. Naohiro Inohara, along with their colleagues from the School of Dentistry have finally isolated the actual bacterium that causes periodontal disease. While scientists have always been certain that a

Cosmetic Dentistry in Albuquerque: A Necessity for the Modern Man

Published on September 14, 2013

Researchers from leading universities in Australia, Scotland, and England recently conducted a study on the historical development of oral bacteria, using prehistoric human skeletons from northern Europe. The results of their study suggest that oral bacteria in today’s human population

How an Albuquerque Dentist can Reduce Your Chances of Contracting HPV

Published on September 14, 2013

Some health problems can come from the most unlikely, or even unrelated, sources. A virtualmedicalcentre.com article goes into detail about how people with bad oral health can actually succumb to oral cancer. According to a study published in the journal

Restore Your Beautiful Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry in Albuquerque

Published on September 14, 2013

Advances in medical technology have made it possible to perform previously impossible feats. A Philly.com article reports on how dentists and surgeons worked together to remove a life-threatening tumor from the lower jaw of a patient named Daniel Smith. The