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Listed below are videos, articles and other useful resources aimed to provide knowledge about maintaining good dental health and the various breakthroughs in the dental industry.

Dr. Licking – Ozone Therapy – Bio

dental_interview1“Creating beautiful smiles with Ozone Therapy” gives insight on the uncompromising value of utilizing Ozone therapy in the dental office.

Click on the video to the left to view an interview with Dr. John Licking about the latest in Ozone Therapy for dentistry conducted by Randy Alvarez (The Health and Wellness Hour).


ozone_interviewClick on the video to the left to view the second section of Randy Alvarez’s (The Health and Wellness Hour) interview with Dr. Licking regarding Ozone Therapy in the dental office.

Dental Industry News

Health Of Gums Improves With Weight Loss

Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine researchers found the human body is better at fighting gum disease when fat cells, which trigger inflammation, disappear. Findings come from a pilot study of 31 obese people with gum disease. Half of the group with an average body mass index (BMI) of 39 had gastric bypass surgery and had fat cells from the abdomen removed…

Mathematics Provides Better Attachment For Dental Crowns

Dental treatment involving crown replacements costs the Swedish tax payers hundreds of millions SEK each year. Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology are developing a new method for determining exactly how to optimally prepare a tooth to place a crown on it…

Obesity Link To Periodontitis

In a study titled “MicroRNA Modulation in Obesity and Periodontitis,” lead author Romina Perri, University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, Oral Health Institute, conducted a pilot investigation to determine whether obesity or periodontal disease modified microRNA expression and whether there was any potential interaction between obesity and periodontitis that could invol…

Teeth Crowded In Seniors

The size of our jaws decreases with age. This is shown in a unique study from the Faculty of Dentistry at Malmö University that followed a cohort of dentists throughout their adult lives. The unique study started in 1949. Plaster molds were made of the jaws of dental students, who were then in their twenties…