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Re-Inventing the Toothbrush in 2012

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At Laguna Star Dental of Elk Grove, we like to research, read and report our audience about the latest in Dental Technology. Often times on our blog we will reference articles we find interesting. Here is an interesting regarding the toothbrush industry in 2012:

Article Coutesy of www.dental-tribune.com

2012: No shortage in toothbrush patents

“More than 150 patents issued in 2012 contained the word “toothbrush” or some similar variation of it in the title, bringing the grand total of toothbrush-related patents in the U.S. to more than 4,600 since the first toothbrush patent was sought by H. N. Wadsworth in 1857…”

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Can eating Blackberries and healthy gums have something in common?

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At Laguna Star Dental of Elk Grove, we like to research, read and report our audience about the latest in Dental Technology. Often times on our blog we will reference articles we find interesting.

Article Coutesy of www.dentistrytoday.com

Blackberries May Lead to Healthy Gums

Blackberries could be beneficial for one’s oral health. A new study shows that this type of fruit could lead to healthy gums. The study appeared in the Journal of Periodontal Research. The study states…

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Exploring New Methods to Treat Tooth Decay in Children

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At Laguna Star Dental of Elk Grove, we like to research, read and report our audience about the latest in Dental Technology. Often times on our blog we will reference articles we find interesting. Here is an example of a dental article we found very interesting because it is relevant to one of the services we offer – Family Dentistry in Elk Grove, Ca.

Here is a a great research article on an alternative way to treat children’s tooth decay that we found on www.dentistrytoday.com

New Method of Treating Children’s Tooth Decay Explored

A needleless, drill-free method of treating tooth decay may have been created by a New Zealand college. University of Otago researchers generated this new treatment, called the Hall technique, for the purpose of limiting the anxiety of children when they visit the dentist. There were around 190 children ages 5 through 8 studied to compile the data.

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