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Who Should Never Use Dental Amalgam Explained by the Sacramento Dentistry Group

Dental amalgam may contain mercury, but it is still considered safe by both the American Dental Association and the Food and Drug Administration. Nevertheless, there are patients that the Sacramento Dentistry Group does not consider good candidates for use ... read more

Dental group defends mercury fillings amid mounting evidence of risks

But now, evidence is emerging of the potential consequences of the U.S. dental industry’s longtime reliance on mercury and its chief advocacy group’s determined crusade ... efforts to control mercury in dentistry. Over the years, the ADA has ... read more

Health officials kill proposal to curb mercury dental fillings

Jeff Ventura, a spokesman for both the Health and Human Services Department and the FDA, declined to comment because the government’s regulation of mercury in dentistry is a ... Known in the trade as amalgam, the dental compounds consist of about half ... read more

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Howard father and daughter help fill dental needs in Guatemalan village

The rural village of San Martin Jilotepeque in the Mayan Highlands of Guatemala, where a Howard County dentist ... when we return every 18 months to two years," said Shroff, whose practice also has offices in Catonsville and Eldersburg. Global Dental ... read more

3M ESPE Rides the Success of Composite Resin Dental Restorative Sales in Europe

The composite market, as a whole, has been gaining momentum, and will continue to do so as composite serves as the most viable alternative to amalgam ... for Dental Materials: Demographic Factors Older generations are likely to return to the dentist ... read more

Students from Southwest Montana encounter joy in an orphanage in Ghana

She held their hands when fear of dental care threatened to overwhelm them. She held the spit bucket. She met once-forsaken children whose exuberant happiness touched and impressed her. Sullivan, 18, traveled in December to Ghana with a group organized by ... read more

AP IMPACT: Bite marks, long accepted as criminal evidence, face doubts about reliability

A small, mostly ungoverned group ... t return messages left at a number listed for him in Las Vegas. Rawson has never publicly acknowledged making a mistake, nor has he apologized to Krone, who described sitting helplessly in court listening to the dentist ... read more

Is bite-mark evidence reliable in court? Critics say many are wrongly convicted based on it

A small, mostly ungoverned group of dentists carry out bite mark analysis ... The FBI doesn't use it and the American Dental Association does not recognize it. "Bite mark evidence is the poster child of unreliable forensic science," said Chris Fabricant ... read more

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