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Proto-Teeth Migrate Along The Developing Jaw

Research In Mice Suggests Other Developing Organs May Also Wander

SAN FRANCISCO, California – Smile! For the first time, researchers have captured on video how teeth find their way to the right spot in the jaw to give you that winning grin. The research, led by scientists at UC San Francisco, showed in mice that molar progenitor cells migrate to their final locations during development, rather than forming the teeth in place, as researchers had previously thought.

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Brent Lin, DMD, Receives HRSA Grant to Improve Dental Primary Care

SAN FRANCISCO, California – Brent Lin, DMD, professor at the UCSF School of Dentistry, has received a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to develop and implement collaborative oral health training for primary health care providers and prepare the workforce to care for those in underserved, rural and vulnerable populations.

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USC Ostrow Awarded NIDCR Grant to Establish Tissue Regeneration Center

Dentistry to lead multidisciplinary effort to bring innovative treatments to market.

LOS ANGELES, California – Tissue regeneration is about to become a lot more fact than science fiction, thanks to a $2 million grant that's being divided among 10 research centers and universities, including the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC.

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Enciso receives Rollins Award for Research in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology

Reyes Enciso
Dr. Reyes Enciso MS '09

LOS ANGLES, CaliforniaUSC Ostrow School of Dentistry Associate professor of clinical dentistry Reyes Enciso has been named the recipient of the 2015 William H. Rollins Award for Research in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology.

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NIH Funds Consortium for Childhood Oral Health Disparities Research

BETHESDA, Maryland – The National Institutes of Health will award 10 research grants aimed at eliminating inequities in access to care and improving the oral health of children. Totaling more than $7 million in first-year funding, these awards support the Multidisciplinary and Collaborative Research Consortium to Reduce Oral Health Disparities in Children, a new initiative of NIH's National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR).

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USC Ostrow researchers discover key players necessary for root regeneration

The findings, highlighted in the journal Development, could one day provide biological treatment alternatives to dental implants.

LOS ANGELES, CaliforniaHerman Ostrow School of Dentistry at USC researchers have made an important discovery that could eventually lead dental professionals to replace missing dentition with a completely regenerated tooth structure.

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The Practice of Oil Pulling

CHICAGO, Illinois – In recent months, various news agencies,1 social media sites and blogs have reported about the practice of "oil pulling" (swishing oil in the mouth) and its potential benefits on oral and general health. Websites that support natural therapies are also fanning hope—and strong emotions—about oil pulling procedures, with proponents claiming it enhances oral health, whitens teeth, and improves overall health and well-being. This Science in the News provides a brief overview on the practice, health claims associated with oil pulling, and information on the lack of science to support use of this technique for any oral or general health benefit.

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Connection Between Diabetes and Oral Health, Says Philadelphia, PA Dental Implants Expert

COLLEGEVILLE, Pennsylvania – Diabetes Awareness Month was observed in November and Philadelphia, PA Dental Implants expert Dr. David DiGiallorenzo beefed up efforts to teach diabetic patients and those with gum disease about the oral health/diabetes connection.

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First-ever International Conference on Dental and Craniofacial Stem Cells

NEW YORK, New York – The First International Conference on Dental and Craniofacial Stem Cells (ICDCSC) will take place on April 27 Đ 29, 2011 at the New York Academy of Sciences in New York City. This will be the first ever assembly of the world's most prominent scientists in the field of dental and craniofacial stem cells, as well as the emerging field of regenerative dental medicine.

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BioElectronics Awarded Oral Surgery Pain Management Federal Grant

Tufts University's Dental School Will Conduct Formal Clinical Study

FREDERICK, Maryland – BioElectronics Corporation (PINKSHEETS: BIEL), developers of innovative pain-relieving medical devices, today announces it has been awarded a major grant from the U.S. government that will complete funding for a study on the effectiveness of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy in reducing oral surgery pain. BioElectronics is combining its Therapeutic Discovery Project Grant with its own monies to conduct the study through the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, one of the nation's leading dental research centers. The Grant qualification criteria was "show the greatest potential to create and sustain high-quality, high-paying U.S. jobs and to advance U.S. competitiveness in life, biological and medical sciences."

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