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  • Samantha Negraval

    What do you do when you have a “mammoth” toothache? You call a veterinary dentist to the zoo, of course! Zookeepers at Whipsnade Zoo in Dunstable, England, noticed that Lucha, a 33-year-old female Asian elephant was not eating, according to a report by a local news source. When veterinarians investigated, they noticed a wobbly tooth had moved...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Should you remove or retain the third molars? When patients come to you for advice on what to do with their wisdom teeth, there is no straightforward answer. When is surgery indicated, particularly when the teeth are asymptomatic? What are the risks involved with removal or retention? When is the best time for treatment? Each decision should be...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    The dental division of the Zimmer Biomet Institute has reopened its training center in Parsippany, NJ. The 20,000-sq.-ft dental training center includes a simulation lab, cadaver lab, and lecture room, and provides scientific educational courses for dental clinicians from around the world who are interested in restorative, surgical, and...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    A new handheld, pen-sized microscope could identify cancer cells in doctor’s offices and operating rooms, reports the University of Washington. UW mechanical engineers are developing a handheld microscope to help doctors and dentists distinguish between healthy and cancerous cells in an office setting or operating room. The pen-sized...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    With the strongest bite force of any of the big cats, a tiger’s jaw could snap off an arm in an instant. When zookeepers at Noah's Ark Zoo near Bristol, England detected a chip in their 440-pound tiger’s canine tooth, they called in Dr. Peter Kertesz, an experienced dental surgeon from London and a specialist in zoo dentistry. We’ve all heard...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Just when you got Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” out of your head, here we are posting “Scale It Off,” a parody performed by dental students at the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry. You have to give props to the Class of '16 for the high production quality, choreographed dance moves, and dedication to re-writing...

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