Advanced Dental Implant and TMJ Center, the first and only Multi Specialty dental clinic in the North Mississippi area celebrates its 5th anniversary

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SOUTHAVEN, Miss., Feb. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — We cannot believe that it already been five years since we started our clinic. Dr. Adatrow had a vision when we first opened the doors of the clinic in 2016. He wanted a patient-centric quality dental Specialty practice to providing care for everyone in North Mississippi and Memphis, TN area.

We would want to take this time to appreciate all our incredible patients, referring dentists, doctors and other healthcare providers. During all these years, we could not have done it without their confidence. Our patients are our best source

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FLAGLER HUMANE SOCIETY February is Pet Dental Health Month

Who’s that with the million-dollar smile? Your pet? Without proper dental care, your furry friend’s pearly whites may not be so pearly white — and breath, whew! Bad breath is often a sign of much more than a stolen garlic knot off the dinner table.   

a dog sitting in the grass: Good pet dental health means a happier pet -- and more pet smiles.

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Good pet dental health means a happier pet — and more pet smiles.

Not to worry you, but pets get periodontal disease just like people. Difference is that they cannot tell us when they have a toothache. Periodontal disease can make eating painful and can increase your pet’s chances of developing diabetes,

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3-D printing resins in dental devices may be toxic to reproductive health

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Two commercially available 3-D-printable resins, which are marketed as being biocompatible for use in dental applications, readily leach compounds into their surroundings. These compounds can induce severe toxicity in the oocyte, the immature precursor of the egg which can eventually be fertilized, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study in mouse oocytes.

The research team made this unexpected discovery while validating the use of commercially available resins to 3-D print materials to culture reproductive cells.

“Our results are important because they demonstrate leachates from commonly used materials in 3-D printing slated as ‘biocompatible’ but may have adverse

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Central Health moves forward with Eastern Travis County developments

The Central Health Board of Managers approved the expansion of its Eastern Travis County health and wellness centers at a virtual meeting Wednesday night.

Central Health Vice Presidents Stephanie McDonald and Mike Knodel presented a slideshow on the proposed expansions.

“Although tonight is probably the culmination of the planning effort, it does begin the commencement, with your approval, of the construction phase,” McDonald told the board.

Central Health seeks to construct three new health care clinics in Hornsby Bend, Del Valle and Colony Park. Each neighborhood is low-income and over 80 percent Latino.

“I’m really pleased and delighted to see

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Give Kids A Smile event postponed as COVID-19 continues to affect oral health care | Local News

This year will be the first time in nearly two decades that children visiting Eastern Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry the first Friday in February will not be greeted with Purple the Clown, PeeDee the Pirate and the ECU cheerleaders.

Give Kids A Smile day, which provides free dental care to children, will not be held during National Children’s Dental Health Month due to the coronavirus pandemic. But members of the East Central Dental Society hope the effort will come up smiling later this year.

“We would like to be able to do it at some point this year. Right now

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Mobile dental clinic rolls through Shelby

News Highlights: Mobile dental clinic rolls through Shelby.

More than two dozen smiles received a free upgrade at Shelby Saturday thanks to North Carolina Baptists on Mission’s Mobile Dental Ministry.

The rolling dental clinic, staffed by dentists, assistants and hygienists from multiple health care providers in Gaston and Cleveland counties, settled in the Pleasant City Church parking lot on County Home Road for the second year in a row.

It’s a one-day effort designed to extend much-needed and sometimes long-delayed dental care to Cleveland County’s uninsured, poor, and migrant population.

Shelby’s Ashley Hendrick was one of about 30 patients who

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