Tasj Magazine

Jul 29
Jul 28
Jul 28
dentalcaretoday:

(via Would you go through electrotherapy to fight your fear of dentists? | Dentist Newswire)

Scientists believe sending tiny electrical currents into the brain could help solve people’s terrifying phobia of the dentist. Experts said a handheld device which transmits cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) reduced anxiety among those with a long fear of dentists, the Daily Express reported.

The study conducted in Nigeria said that the treatment is similar to the TENS machines used by pregnant women. The device stimulates nerves for therapeutic purposes and is used by expectant mothers for pain relief. Scientists believe sending tiny electrical currents into the brain could help solve people’s terrifying phobia of the dentist.

dentalcaretoday:

(via Would you go through electrotherapy to fight your fear of dentists? | Dentist Newswire)

Scientists believe sending tiny electrical currents into the brain could help solve people’s terrifying phobia of the dentist. Experts said a handheld device which transmits cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) reduced anxiety among those with a long fear of dentists, the Daily Express reported.

The study conducted in Nigeria said that the treatment is similar to the TENS machines used by pregnant women. The device stimulates nerves for therapeutic purposes and is used by expectant mothers for pain relief. Scientists believe sending tiny electrical currents into the brain could help solve people’s terrifying phobia of the dentist.

Jul 28
dentalcaretoday:

(via Have Kiwis given up the tooth decay fight? | Dentist Newswire)

In terms of what methods Kiwis felt were effective for fighting tooth decay, the research found:

• 97% of respondents said brushing teeth twice a day was effective, ahead of reducing sugary foods and drinks (87%) and flossing once a day (78%).
• Older people aged over 65 are most likely to believe that eating apples reduces tooth decay.
• Younger people under 35 years of age are least likely to believe that consuming less sugar reduces tooth decay.

dentalcaretoday:

(via Have Kiwis given up the tooth decay fight? | Dentist Newswire)

In terms of what methods Kiwis felt were effective for fighting tooth decay, the research found:

• 97% of respondents said brushing teeth twice a day was effective, ahead of reducing sugary foods and drinks (87%) and flossing once a day (78%).
• Older people aged over 65 are most likely to believe that eating apples reduces tooth decay.
• Younger people under 35 years of age are least likely to believe that consuming less sugar reduces tooth decay.

Jul 28

quote We do have a zeal for laughter in most situations, give or take a dentist.

Jul 28
Jul 28
madness-and-gods:

Original Vintage Columbia Dentoform Dental Phantom by Brian Kubasco

madness-and-gods:

Original Vintage Columbia Dentoform Dental Phantom by Brian Kubasco

Jul 27
Jul 27
theeteempire:

Infiltration anaesthesie التخدير فوق السمحاق
تخدير موضعي http://ift.tt/1m8Gg9G , #dental

theeteempire:

Infiltration anaesthesie التخدير فوق السمحاق
تخدير موضعي http://ift.tt/1m8Gg9G , #dental

Jul 27