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NYU College of Dentistry Linhart Continuing Dental
Education Program Dedicated
NYU College of Dentistry’s Linhart Continuing Dental Education program was officially dedicated on June 3, 2009, at an elegant reception at New York City’s Water Club hosted by Dr. Charles N. Bertolami, the Herman Robert Fox Dean of the NYU College of Dentistry. “Jan Linhart’s story of an immigrant’s...
Major Gift from Henry Schein Cares to NYU Will Expand
Global Oral Health Outreach
A gift of nearly $1 million from Henry Schein Cares, the global social responsibility program of Henry Schein, the world’s leading distributor of healthcare products and services to office-based practitioners, has created the Henry Schein Cares Global Student Outreach project at the New York University...
Study: White Wine Can Make Tooth Stains Darker
April 1, 2009 -- It has long been known that red wine causes teeth to stain. But white wine? A recent study by NYU dental researchers found that drinking white wine can also increase the potential for teeth to take on dark stains. The researchers compared two sets of six cow teeth, whose surface...
Study: Sports Drink Consumption Can Cause Tooth Erosion
April 3, 2009 – While sipping on sports drinks all day may provide an energy boost, this popular practice is also exposing people to levels of acid that can cause tooth erosion and hypersensitivity, NYU dental researchers have found. In a recent study, the researchers found that prolonged consumption...
Study Finds New Evidence of Periodontal Disease Leading to Gestational Diabetes
April 4, 2009 – A new study by NYU dental researchers has uncovered evidence that pregnant women with periodontal (gum) disease face an increased risk of developing gestational diabetes even if they don’t smoke or drink, a finding that underscores how important it is for all expectant mothers – even...
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