Soft Liner Issues

Soft Liners Not the Best Solution for Painful Dentures

Date: Mar 11, 2015

If you’re unhappy with painful , you might be thinking that a soft liner is the way to go to eliminate the discomfort. Although soft liners definitely have their benefits, they have disadvantages that make them a poor solution to denture pain. Benefits of Soft…

Dogs and Smiles

Dogs Can Tell When You’re Smiling

Date: Mar 04, 2015

In research findings that will come as little surprise to pet owners, researchers have confirmed that dogs can tell the difference between a and an angry expression, even in unfamiliar faces. This is the first evidence that animals can actually identify human expressions. But researchers…

Dental Implants and Stages of Grief

Dental Implants Can Help Deal with the Grief of Tooth Loss

Date: Feb 23, 2015

Losing teeth is more than just a physical experience, it’s an emotional one. People often feel guilty that they didn’t take better care of their teeth. They may feel self-conscious about the current appearance of their teeth or what their teeth will look like after…

New Species of Human

Do Mystery Teeth Point to a New Human Species?

Date: Feb 17, 2015

The human teeth were discovered in 1976, but it was only recently that researchers in Spain decided to analyze them in detail. The teeth, which date from 60-120,000 years ago, have a unique combination of features that do not match any known hominid (humanoid) species….

New Sleep Apnea Drug

Sleep Apnea Drug in Development

Date: Feb 11, 2015

In the past, attempting to treat with medications has proven to be a failure. Part of the problem has been that most drugs tried for sleep apnea have been spin-off applications. That is, people notice a drug, like an antidepressant, seems to help a few…