A study performed in Finland found trace amounts of mouth bacteria present in brain clots of patients who suffered strokes.
Your oral health and overall health are interlinked. Sometimes cavities or gum disease are a sign that your health is in jeopardy.
Bacteria living in the gut can help explain why so many of us live with migraine disease and could eventually change the way it’s treated.
The mouth is a perfect breeding ground for all sorts of different bacteria.These bacteria could lead to a variety of health issues if continuously neglected.
Studies have established that poor oral health are a risk factor for a number of long-term conditions, including stroke, heart disease, diabetes, diabetes, and some cancers.
Metals can undergo a degree of corrosion and metal release after implantation. Corrosion of allergenic metals can lead to metal-protein implant failure.
Many people who need surgery might have to delay the procedure for weeks, or even months, because of poor dental health and/or presence of oral diseases.
An international team of researchers identified new genes associated with oral health and dental diseases.Findings suggest many dental traits are heritable.
Watch this brief but informative interview between Michael Foley and Eric Bright – “Is Zirconia a metal?“ Michael Foley is the President of Emerginnova and US distributor of ZERAMEX®, Metal-Free Ceramic Implants. Eric Bright has his Engineering degree in BioCeramics and is now the Vice President Atlantis Global Development.
Mike Foley has been in the dental implant business for 15 years, and jokes that once you get into it, you can’t get out. In this podcast, you’ll hear all about how he got started with ceramic zirconia implants specifically.