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Dental assistant in iconic World War II, V-Day Time Square kiss
Greta Zimmer Friedman has lived quietly in Frederick, Md., for decades, her neighbors for years unaware she is an important part of one of the most famous photographs of the 20th Century. It was taken by photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt in Times Square on VJ-Day in 1945, as Americans first learned Japan had been defeated and showed Friedman, dressed in her dental assistant's uniform, her back bent, in the clutches of a sailor who was planting a kiss on her lips. That image became a cover photo within days on Life Magazine and has endured for nearly nearly 67 years as an iconic reminder of the celebrations on that history-making day. More
Hidden risks in patients' diets — Dental assistants can help increase awareness of acid erosion
By Inside Dental Assisting
Every dietary choice — from a grapefruit in the morning to a sports beverage at noon to chocolate chip cookies at 8 p.m. — can begin to add up and cause acid erosion of teeth. Acid erosion is the loss of enamel and dentin caused by acid. Although erosion can be caused by gastric acids, in most cases, dietary acids from foods and beverages account for this loss of tooth structure. More
Connection between fat cells and periodontal disease
By WorlDental.org Dental Health Magazine
A new study led by researchers from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has revealed some interesting facts. This particular study included as many as 31 people struggling with both obesity and gum disease complications. Fifty percent of the patients have gone through gastric bypass surgery, and doctors removed the fat cells from their abdomen. More
Study: Bleaching does not damage enamel surface
Bleaching gels do not alter calcium and phosphorus concentrations on the enamel surface, according to an in vivo study in the current Journal of the American Dental Association. Researchers from São Leopoldo Mandic Institute and Research Center in Brazil examined the changes in calcium and phosphorus concentrations in enamel after the use of home-use and in-office bleaching treatments inside the mouth. More
Oral bacteria linked with pneumonia risk
By Rabia Mughal
Oral microbiota could play a role in identifying patients at risk for healthcare-associated pneumonia, according to a study presented at the Infectious Diseases Society of America annual meeting in Boston. "The bodies of healthy individuals are cohabited by an incredible number of bacteria, where bacterial cells outnumber human cells 10 to 1. More
Things pregnant women should know about oral care
Maintaining good oral care is important, especially for pregnant women. Recently, the La Jolla Light ran an article explaining that while many women understand that smoking and drinking alcohol can harm their unborn child, periodontal infection may lead to pregnancy complications as well. More