Guilherme Augusto Trentini

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What Women Want: Nice Teeth and a Grasp of Grammar

It might be time to start hitting the dentist’s chair (and the spell-check button) as hard as you hit the gym—teeth and (surprisingly) grammar top …

Human Ancestors Ate Bark—Food in Teeth Hints at Chimplike Origins

Fossil find shows our forebears ate, and lived, experimentally, experts say.<p><b>Chew on this: Bits of food stuck in the two-million-year-old teeth of a human ancestor suggest some of our forebears ate tree bark, a new study says.</b><p><b>A first ever find for early human ancestors, the bark evidence hints at a</b> …

Lack Of Good Oral Health Linked With Pancreatic Cancer Risk: Study

The health of your mouth could potentially be linked with your cancer risk, a new study in the journal <i>Gut</i> suggests.<p>Researchers from Brown University, the Forsyth Institute and Harvard University have found that high antibody levels against strains of the oral bacteria Porphyromonas gingivalis are …

The Gift of a Smile

"A silent epidemic" according to a U.S. Surgeon General's report. Described as "a true health crisis" in a recent Senate subcommittee report. Would you be surprised to know these words are referring to dental disease?<p>Millions of people suffer from poor oral health and dental needs in our country …

10 foods that naturally whiten and brighten your smile

Source: AACD<p>As the saying goes, “you are what you eat.” But when it comes to healthy teeth, “you are what you <i>chew</i>.” According to the American Academy …

Fresh Breath Foods: What To Eat And Drink Before You Pucker Up

The day of love is fast-approaching -- and, of course, one of the best ways to celebrate is by laying a big smooch on your loved one.<p>But we've got a question for you to mull over: How's your breath?<p>We've all fallen victim to bad breath (whether we realized it or not), but there are certain steps …

7 Health Problems Your Dentist Can Spot

“You’ve got a cavity.”<p>Ouch — no one likes to get bad news in the dentist’s chair. But good <b>dental health</b> is a reflection of good health overall — and …

The Virtues of Stone Age Dental Hygiene

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA—A study of bacterial DNA from the calcified dental plaque on 34 skeletons in Northern Europe has shown that our ancient ancestors …

Stone Age

5 Tips to Improve Your Dental Health

The new year is getting closer, and now is a time when many people start thinking about their resolutions and goals for 2013. This season, make a …

10 Biggest Causes of Tooth Sensitivity

Does drinking an ice cold beverage cause dental discomfort? Or do you find yourself wincing when you brush or floss? You could have what’s known as …

New York City

New Study Shows Correlation Between Gum Disease, Heart Disease

Technology Today<p>Not Enough Time<p>01 March 2018<p>Comments (0) Hits:265<p>...end-of-month reports could find overdue accounts...but many times they are simply …

Dental Implant

El bruxismo puede causar lesiones y fracturas dentales: IMSS Yucatán - El Diario de Yucatán

Cuando las personas aprietan o rechinan los dientes de manera involuntaria, tanto de día como por las noches deben acudir al servicio de …

What the Heck Is Toothpaste Anyway?

It's been part of humanity's hygiene regimen for more than 4,000 years, but have you ever stopped to think what's actually in the stuff you're …

5 Surprising Ways You're Destroying Your Teeth

Long cardio workouts may take a toll on your pearly whites, a new German study found. The researchers compared the oral health of endurance athletes with non-exercisers and found that the athletes were more likely to have tooth erosion, which is a gradual wearing away of enamel. And the more time …

Saliva protects teeth against cavities more than we thought

Mucus - part of the 0.5% of saliva that is not water - contains salivary mucins, compounds that actively protect teeth from damage by the …

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