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Journal of the American Dental Association

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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
ASK THE GENTLE DENTIST: Why Does My Mouth Feel Like the Desert?avoiding sticky, sugary foods, and also avoiding alcohol, tobacco and caffeine
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
avoiding sticky, sugary foods, and also avoiding alcohol, tobacco and caffeine (ADA). According to Turner and Ship in the Journal of the American Dental Association, chewing sugar-free gum, drinking fluids while eating, using a humidifier at... Read more
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International Business Times
Should dentists ask their patients about their sexual health to fight cancer? their sex lives in order to prevent oral cancer caused by human papillomavirus
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
their sex lives in order to prevent oral cancer caused by human papillomavirus (HPV)? A recent report published in the Journal of the American Dental Association highlighted it was important for dentists to actively check their patients mouths... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Experts: Yes it’s awkward, but more dentists should talk to patients about oral cancers and sexexpected to have to talk about," said Ellen Daley, the lead investigator of a r
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
expected to have to talk about," said Ellen Daley, the lead investigator of a recent study on this topic published in the Journal of the American Dental Association this month. "It�s controversial and uncomfortable. No one wants to talk about... Read more

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