BDA blasts potential migrant dental checks as “unethical”

LONDON, UK: In 2016, the Member of Parliament for Monmouth, David Davies, courted controversy when he suggested that dental checks could be used to verify the age of teenage Syrian and Afghani refugees whom he believed looked “older than 18”. Five years later, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has come under fire from the British Dental Association (BDA) after it was reported in The Times that the Home Office’s Nationality and Borders Bill would allow dental radiographs to be used to ascertain asylum seekers’ ages.Did

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Evidence suggests triad of symptoms most common in COVID-19 patients

BRASILIA, Brazil: From the start of the pandemic, the oral cavity has been highlighted as a potentially relevant infection axis with further inflammatory response in surrounding tissues. This has resulted in heightened international interest in investigating the issue. A current study confirms the previous findings, namely that xerostomia, taste dysfunction and oral mucosal lesions currently manifest most commonly in patients with COVID-19. Mai Fieldswww.trilliumdentalclinic.com

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Good Choices For Your Oral Health

It is important to make good choices for your oral health. Having a healthy mouth and teeth can help you smile your way into a brighter, healthier future. It is also vital to maintain these same good choices and practices in order to keep yourself healthy. When it comes to teeth, however, not all of your options are on the table. First of all, it’s absolutely essential that you see your dentist regularly. Not only will this keep your gums healthy, but it will allow

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