Archive for Dental News

How the Dental Implant Market Will Change by 2020

March 21, 2017 by Dr. Emanuel Layliev Blog, Dental Implants, Dental News

According to data released by Persistence Market Research, the dental implant market is set to increase at a rate of 9.7% from 2014 to 2020. In 2014 the total market value was $4,508.9 million and it’s projected to be $7,879.5 million by 2020. The factors that contribute to this rise in market value is the Read More

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Burden and Discomfort of Dental Visits Eased With New Technologies

October 27, 2016 by Dr. Emanuel Blog, Dental News

An emerging technology has the capability to combine tooth-milling machines, databases, digital imaging, and computer-aided design to improve the dental treatment of patients. Overall, the system aims to reduce the number of visits a patient needs to make to their dental office, which will save time. This technology is nothing new, but previous versions of Read More

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Self Check for Mouth Cancer

November 23, 2015 by Dr. Emanuel Blog, Dental News, Dental Tips

With November being Mouth Cancer Action Month, the Mouth Cancer Foundation is using this month to encourage people to “Bite Back at Mouth Cancer” by following a simple head and neck cancer check which can be carried out by anyone at home anytime. Below are tips for your simple self-check for mouth cancer: Face: Look Read More

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Tooth Decay Risk Doubles in Children Exposed to Secondhand Smoke:

October 29, 2015 by Dr. Emanuel Dental News

According to a recent study published in The BMJ, exposure to secondhand smoke at 4 months of age is associated with an increased risk of tooth decay later in life. Secondhand smoke can be very detrimental to oral health in children, as well as adults. Secondhand smoke may directly affect teeth and gums in many Read More

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The Big Annual Price Tag on Dental Disease

September 21, 2015 by Dr. Emanuel Blog, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental News

How much of a substantial economic would an improvement in oral health be? According to research done by Stefan Listl from Heidelberg University, the economic relief would be great as they have estimated that the annual global impact of dental diseases amount to about $442 billion……yes, billion. Out of that total $144 billion of that Read More

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