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Dr. Michael Miloro Performs Microneurosurgery On University Of Illinois Hospital And Health Sciences System Nurse

Dr. Miloro and Tanya McCarter

CHICAGO, Illinois — In late 2016, Tanya McCarter, an administrative nurse in the Center for Women's Health at the University of Illinois Hospital (UI Health), had her wisdom teeth removed - a typically straight-forward oral procedure with few side effects other than some pain and swelling. Typically.

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Washington State Dental Association Petition Of No Confidence In Delta CEO Jim Dwyer

SEATTLE, Washington — Delta member dentists have worked with legal counsel to develop a petition to submit to the Washington Dental Service (WDS, Delta) Board of Directors declaring no confidence in Delta CEO Jim Dwyer.

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University of Michigan School Of Dentistry Research Day Showcases School's Scientific Breadth And Depth

Alexandra Oklejas Accepting AwardAlexandra Oklejas holds her SCADA award. Making the presentation are, from left, Dean Laurie McCauley, Joel Pluymert of Dentsply/Sirona, which sponsors the award, and Russell Taichman, associate dean for research.

ANN Arbor, Michigan — A dual degree DDS/PhD student studying head and neck cancer stem cells received one of the top awards Wednesday at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry's 2018 Research Day, which also honored research staff and faculty for their contributions to the school's research mission.

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Pitt Dental Giving Kids a Smile

Pitt Dental Give Kids A Smile Day

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania — Poor oral health can have a significant impact on a child’s overall health, yet research suggests that dental care is the most common unmet health need in American children. Give Kids a Smile (GKAS) began at Pitt Dental in 2003 to provide uninsured children and adolescents with preventive and restorative care during a 2-day event.

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Making Faces: Diving Into The Complex Genetics Of Facial Appearance

Different Faces

By: Dr. Seth M. Weinberg

PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania — There is overwhelming evidence that our facial features are influenced by our genes. In most cases, one needn’t look much further than one’s own family photo album to verify this claim. Nevertheless, very little is known about which genes are most important for determining the shape of a person’s nose or eyes or lips. Uncovering the genetic architecture of such typical facial traits can offer novel insights into the molecular mechanisms that build faces. Moreover, this line of research can enhance our understanding of how craniofacial malformations arise. Down the road, we may even be able to predict someone’s facial features or growth from their DNA, which has numerous potential clinical and biometrics implications.

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Special Issue Of Dental Practice Success Features Award-Winning Dental Office Designs

Dental Practice Success Cover

CHICAGO, Illinois — Dental office design excellence takes center stage in a special issue of Dental Practice Success that features the winners of the 2017 Dental Office Design Competition. Four winning practices showcased online at ADA.org/DPSdesign were honored as the most functional and thoughtfully designed dental offices in the annual DODC competition brought to you by the American Dental Association (ADA), Wells Fargo Practice Finance and ADA Member Advantage.

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Genetic Gymnastics Aid Our Sense of Touch

Gene ResearchersNIH research team (Left to Right) NCCIH colleagues Alexander Chesler and Marcin Szcot with NIDCR’s Mark Hoon detected the surprising versatility of the “touch”-related gene Piezo2, which generates different protein variants in different types of cells. Photo by Pang-Yen Tseng, NIDCR.

A Single Gene’s Varied Products Help Us Feel Our Complex World

BETHESDA, Maryland — Touch is a complicated sense that results from many different types of mechanical stimuli: Pressure, texture, vibrations, and more. Our sense of touch is sensitive enough to detect even the movement of a single hair. It allows us to appreciate the varied crunchy textures of carrots, the smoothness of cream, and “slipperiness” of noodles. Together with other senses, touch helps us decide what’s safe to eat. Pain-sensitive touch receptors in our teeth even alert us when it’s time to see a dentist.

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FDA Oversees Destruction And Recall Of Kratom Products; And Reiterates Risks Associated With This Opioid

Kratom

SILVER SPRING, Maryland — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced the voluntary destruction and recall of a large volume of kratom-containing dietary supplements manufactured and distributed nationwide under the brand names Botany Bay, Enhance Your Life and Divinity by Divinity Products Distribution of Grain Valley, Missouri. In cooperation with the FDA, the company has also agreed to stop selling all products containing kratom. Based on the scientific evidence of the serious risks associated with the use of kratom, in the interest of public health, the FDA encourages all companies currently involved in the sale of products containing kratom intended for human consumption to take similar steps to take their products off the market and submit any necessary evidence, as appropriate, to the FDA to evaluate them based on the applicable regulatory pathway.

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61 Michigan Schools Receive New Drinking Fountains Thanks To Delta Dental Foundation And MESSA

Rethink Your Drink Banner

Program encourages students to drink water, skip sugar-sweetened beverages

OKEMOS, Michigan —Sixty-one schools across Michigan will soon receive new water fountains/bottle filling stations, thanks to $200,000 in funding from the Delta Dental Foundation (DDF) and MESSA. In all, 95 water fountains/bottle filling stations will be installed.

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CT Dentists Stress Importance Of Childhood Oral Health During National Children's Dental Health Month

Dental Health Month Poster


SOUTHINGTON, Connecticut — February marks the American Dental Association’s National Children’s Dental Health Month, during which the Connecticut State Dental Association (CSDA) helps to raise awareness about the importance of childhood oral health.

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