Researchers at the Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence, Tampere University Hospital, Planmeca Oy, and the Alan Turing Institute are using artificial intelligence (AI) to accurately identify the location of mandibular canals.
A newly developed mouthguard may help detect the early signs of caries and periodontitis, according to a team of Chinese researchers. The study, “A Transparent, Wearable Fluorescent Mouthguard for High‐Sensitive Visualization and Accurate…
Scientists at South Carolina-based Clemson University College of Science have analyzed the role oral fungi play in the formation and progression of dental caries in children.
In an article published in Pain, researchers from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD) and John Hopkins School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences showed how mindfulness can help alleviate…
According to a study by West Virginia University School of Dentistry researchers, children with higher concentrations of perfluorodecanoic acid are more likely to develop caries than the general pediatric population.
Using e-cigarettes (or vaping) changes the oral microbiome and increases the risk for infection, according to research released by New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry.
Patients are most comfortable discussing demographics and answering standard dental questions with oral health professionals, but are less comfortable answering questions about trauma, stress, and behavioral patterns.
Patients with dental anxiety may find it easier to get comfortable in the dental chair thanks to the development of a bioactive peptide that would replace traditional methods of treating caries.