Peri-implant Disease

From The Blog of the Campbell Academy. – a routine “must read”. “….It is absolutely crystal clear the patients who attend for routine maintenance get very little amounts of Peri-implant disease and the disease that they get is hugely treatable. Whereas it is also absolutely clear that if they don’t attend the incidents of Peri-implantContinue reading “Peri-implant Disease”

In case you missed – TGBSL #31

TGBSL explained: In the second book of the semi-autobiographical series describing the progress of an Edinburgh medical graduate, Colin Douglas describes his hero, David Campbell’s, involvement with medical research. The book’s title is “The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime“ and the cynic in me always remembers it when I read headlines like these. I insist that I have a hugeContinue reading “In case you missed – TGBSL #31”

In case you missed – TGBSL #30 – Life’s a beach and other research.

TGBSL explained: In the second book of the semi-autobiographical series describing the progress of an Edinburgh medical graduate, Colin Douglas describes his hero, David Campbell’s, involvement with medical research. The book’s title is “The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime“ and the cynic in me always remembers it when I read headlines like these. I insist thatContinue reading “In case you missed – TGBSL #30 – Life’s a beach and other research.”

In case you missed – TGBSL #29….Dentistry courses dominated by women in Scotland.

TGBSL explained: In the second book of the semi-autobiographical series describing the progress of an Edinburgh medical graduate, Colin Douglas describes his hero, David Campbell’s, involvement with medical research. The book’s title is “The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime“ and the cynic in me always remembers it when I read headlines like these. I insist thatContinue reading “In case you missed – TGBSL #29….Dentistry courses dominated by women in Scotland.”

New research discovers way to eliminate needles for dental anaesthetic and other stories. In case you missed it TGBSL #28

New research discovers way to eliminate needles for dental anesthetic A new study from the University of São Paulo found that there might be no need for needles when administering anesthetic for dental procedures. Continues HERE Bioengineered tooth restoration in a large mammal Researchers at Okayama University report in Scientific Reports successful tooth regeneration inContinue reading “New research discovers way to eliminate needles for dental anaesthetic and other stories. In case you missed it TGBSL #28”

There’s a completely legal reason this American dentist has an office full of human heads. In case you missed. TGBSL #26

TGBSL explained here There’s a completely legal reason this American dentist has an office full of human heads Jordan Sparks found cryonics while sifting through the Portland State University library as a student in the early 1990s. He was fascinated. He stayed fascinated through dental school, and as a practicing dentist, and while building a dentalContinue reading “There’s a completely legal reason this American dentist has an office full of human heads. In case you missed. TGBSL #26”

In case you missed TGBSL #25

“TGBSL” explained here 1) Dental implant with slow-release drug reservoir reduces infection risk Scientists have developed a dental implant containing a reservoir for the slow release of drugs. Laboratory tests in which the reservoir slowly released a strong antimicrobial agent showed that the new implant can prevent and eliminate bacterial biofilms – a major cause ofContinue reading “In case you missed TGBSL #25”