Archive for the Tooth Enamel Category


History of King Richard III written in his teeth

History of King Richard III written in his teeth The team used well established archaeological techniques to retrieve the isotope signatures of several elements present in tooth, rib and femur samples taken from Richard III's remains. These include strontium and oxygen from the tooth enamel, and … Read more on Chemistry World The Triple Threat […]

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Dental Charity Urges Public To Watch What They Eat After Survey Flags Up Poor

Dental Charity Urges Public To Watch What They Eat After Survey Flags Up Poor … Sugary and acidic foods are the worst offenders when it comes to oral health problems, as they damage and wear down the protective tooth enamel. Dr Carter highlighted the importance of a good diet, explaining that every time you eat, […]

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Latest Tooth Enamel News

Forget the dentist's drill, use lasers to heal teeth To mimic an injury, Arany's team used a drill to remove a piece of dentin – the hard, calcified tissue beneath a tooth's enamel that doesn't normally regrow – from the tooth of a rat. They then shone a non-ionising, low-power laser on the exposed tooth […]

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Device Checks Tooth Enamel For Radiation Exposure

Some doctors say a device developed in New Hampshire could help test radiation levels in the population around damaged nuclear reactors in Japan. Kansas City Cosmetic Dentist is your resource for information on Cosmetic Dentist in Kansas City. http://kansascitycosmeticdentist411.com.

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Latest Tooth Enamel News

How to Toughen Glass by Cracking It: A Lesson From Teeth and Shells But instead of growing larger and shattering your tooth like a slab of glass, these cracks are deflected downwards, to a region where these enamel rods get knotted with each other. Like tangled roots of a microscopic enamel forest, this criss-crossing … […]

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