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Investigation: NHS Choices - three years on.
Gum maintenance slows narrowing of arteries.
Transient facial nerve paralysis (Bell's palsy) following administration of hepatitis B recombinant vaccine: a case report.
Bell's palsy is the sudden onset of unilateral transient paralysis of facial muscles resulting from dysfunction of the seventh cranial nerve. Presented here is a 26-year-old female patient with right lower motor neurone facial palsy following hepatitis B vaccination. Readers' attention is drawn to a...
Augment your hygiene protocols with copper.
Tooth morphology on your phone.
The role of the dental team in promoting health equity.
A recent important report endorsed by several prestigious and influential medical and dental organisations has outlined what health professions can do to reduce health inequalities. Despite overall improvements in oral health in recent decades, there are unacceptable inequalities in oral diseases. U...
The management of severe hypodontia. Part 1: Considerations and conventional restorative options.
Severe hypodontia is the absence of six or more permanent teeth and is relatively uncommon (estimated prevalence of 0.1-0.2%). This condition may have considerable functional, aesthetic and psychological implications for the patient, as well as presenting a significant challenge for the restorative...
ITI treatment guide volume 6: extended edentulous spaces in the esthetic zone.
Reduce the risk of overstocking.
An aesthetically arresting sonic toothbrush.