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VELscope is designed to be an adjunct to traditional oral cancer...
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Vista Dental introduces a Fracture Detection Kit, featuring...
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Hu-Friedy’s 2N Nabers color-coded probes are excellent for...
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When detected early, the oral cancer 5-year survival rate increases...
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  • Julie Schmitt

    Every rose really does have its thorn. That’s what Poison drummer Rikki Rockett is probably thinking as he battles oral cancer that's been linked to HPV. According to the New York Daily News, the 54-year-old rocker says he's been fighting the disease since June, and that his case is considered “very treatable.” However, during treatment, he had...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    From KIOS, dentists may soon be able to use a simple diagnostic liquid solution on teeth to determine whether patients need a filling or not. Dr. Douglas Benn, Professor of Dentistry at Creighton University School of Dentistry, explains using this new liquid, called Cavifind, in combination with x-rays would mean fewer people would have to go...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The World Health Organization is releasing findings on an Ebola vaccine that could be a “game-changer.” Preliminary test results indicate 100% protection against the deadly virus. The VSV-EBOV vaccine was started by the Public Health Agency of Canada and developed by Merck, BBC News reported. It combines a fragment of the Ebola virus with...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Imagine having ulcers lining the sides of your mouth. That’s how one patient describes Sjögren’s Syndrome, a painful affliction that damages salivary glands and dries out the mouth. The disorder causes the body to attack its own salivary glands and tear ducts, which results in leaving the mouth dry and vulnerable to bacteria, infection and tooth...

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  • gail weisman

    “A non-invasive technique that allows tissue to be analyzed in the patient, without the need for either incisions or tissue removal,” is the official description of a new method of identifying carcinomas in oral mucosa. Spanish scientists at the Biomedical Research Institute (IBI) have patented the technique and have licensed it to the medical...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Dentists have a duty to teach their patients how smoking can negatively affect their oral health. One of our Dental Product Shopper evaluators, Abraham Jaskiel, DMD from Miami, FL, discusses how his office discourages smoking and endorses the early detection of oral cancer. One of my patients, a smoker, had just spent a significant amount of...

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