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Synonyms for dental

a consonant articulated with the tip of the tongue near the gum ridge

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Later, in the mid 20th century dental research was carried out largely in University facilities when dentists, often young, spent years supported by fellowships and stipends following their own interests.
She also opened new laboratory facilities, funded by a pounds 650,000 grant from the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, to further dental research in Wales.
This move, completed in August 2010, marks a new era in military dental research.
Damascus, (SANA) -- The 2nd Syrian British Dental Conference and the 2nd Meeting of Syrian Society for Dental Research on Thursday started activities at Umayyad Palace for Conferences in Damascus with the participation of 40 researchers and experts.
Prof Hujoel's report in the Journal of Dental Research added: "Dental improvement can be rapid when habits are corrected.
Critical thinking; understanding and evaluating dental research, 2d ed.
combined meetings of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR)
Details of the joint research will be presented at the 84th General Session & Exhibition of International Association for Dental Research.
Blackwell said that it now publishes nine out of the top 20 dental journals ranked by impact factor and one quarter of all dental research articles.
Scientists at the Forsyth Institute in Boston took adult dental cells from rats, grew them in a laboratory, implanted them in the rodents and grew tooth crowns, the researchers reported in the July Journal of Dental Research.
These include interpreting, displaying and protecting art and heritage collections, improving engineering production cycle support, enhancing medical, veterinary and dental research and learning, and placing real objects within the virtual world in the creative industries Kestrel 3D currently has sites in Edinburgh, Belfast, Stirling, Dundee and is talking to Aston Science Park, in Birmingham, about establishing a 3D scanning and imaging bureau in a bid to keep the centre in the West Midlands, rather than lose out to France or Italy.
The findings, published in the Journal of Dental Research, suggested that dental health campaigns should target adults as well as children.
Adults who smoked and those from more deprived social backgrounds were more likely to suffer tooth loss, suggests the study, published in the Journal of Dental Research.
There have been many small scale, selective publications on this issue that proponents cite to justify fluoridation, but the largest and most comprehensive study, done by dentists trained by the National Institute of Dental Research on over 39,000 school children aged 5-17 years, shows, at best, a saving of less than one tooth surface out of 128 surfaces, in fluoridated communities (19).
Dental research has found that daily tongue-scraping can reduce the plaque-causing bacteria that causes gum disease, tooth decay and bad breath.