Researchers at the University of Washington School of Dentistry have identified a third type of oral inflammatory phenotype that exhibits a delayed response to bacterial accumulation.
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Ambrosia V. Brody has served as managing editor at Belmont Publications, inc. since 2016. With a breadth of experience in writing and developing editorial content, Brody is integral to the publication of Dimensions of Dental Hygiene, Decisions in Dentistry, and the company’s digital and social media platforms. She holds a Master of Arts in Communications from California State University, Fullerton, and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of La Verne.
A principal pathogen that drives periodontitis may be the root cause of other systemic diseases.
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A team of 21 frontline public dental hygienists working to address oral health inequalities across North Carolina has been instrumental in creating and implementing a state-wide plan that addresses the needs of their most vulnerable…