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NYU College of Dentistry’s Dr. Racquel Z. LeGeros Awarded $3.23 Million from the NIH to Continue Osteoporosis Research
2008-12-15
 
The objective of the five-year study is to develop novel innovative compounds that will be safe, affordable and effective for the prevention and reversal of bone loss caused by osteoporosis. New York University College of Dentistry’s Dr. Racquel Z. LeGeros, a Professor of Biomaterials & Biomimetics...
 
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NYUCD Study Links Immune Response for Common Mouth Bacteria to Alzheimer's
2008-12-15
 
A new one-year study by New York University College of Dentistry researchers led by Dr. Angela R. Kamer, an Assistant Professor of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, has established a link between the body’s immune response to a common mouth bacteria and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Dr. Kamer recently...
 
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Twins Study Shows Flossing Significantly Decreases Gum Disease and Cavity-Causing Bacteria
2008-12-15
 
NYU dental researchers Dr. Patricia Corby, Assistant Professor of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, and Dr. Walter Bretz, Associate Professor of Cariology and Comprehensive Care, published a study in the Journal of Periodontology, “Treatment outcomes of dental flossing in twins: molecular analysis...
 
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Colleges of Dentistry and Nursing Go Green with Campus Greening Initiative
2008-10-17
 
Are you green enough? That was the question raised at “Greening Day,” an event sponsored by the Colleges of Dentistry and Nursing on September 18 to motivate the NYUCD/NYUCN community to think about their impact on the environment and begin to change behavior and mindset set toward more socially responsible...
 
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Minimally Invasive Treatment for Salivary Gland Inflammation Restores Ability to Taste
2008-10-09
 
A minimally-invasive procedure to diagnose and treat sialoadenitis, or salivary gland inflammation, is now available at the NYU College of Dentistry. The procedure offers an alternative to surgical removal of the salivary glands. The NYU College of Dentistry is the only institution in the New York area...
 
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