It’s no secret that dentists have a reputation for treating people with tooth decay.
But the truth is that they are also known to treat other types of dental problems, such as cavities.
A new study suggests that the relationship between the number of crowns and the type of dental health care they provide is a good indicator of dental care.
Dr Sarah Eisler, a research fellow at the University of Sydney’s School of Dental Medicine, and her colleagues wanted to know if there were differences between people who had and had not had crowns in their mouth.
The researchers took part in a large-scale study of more than 30,000 people from all over the world.
They collected information about the crowns they had in their mouths over time and compared that with the overall dental health of the people.
To do that, the researchers looked at how the health of a person’s teeth differed over time, using information from the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Dental Health Survey.
They also took a snapshot of people’s teeth over the past three years.
“We wanted to find out if there was a link between crowns having more or less health, so we looked at the health outcomes of people over a 10-year period,” Dr Eislers said.
The research found that people with crowns that were at least two and a half times larger than average in length had lower rates of decay than those with smaller crowns.
Dr Eisiers study also found that the health benefits of dental crowns were most pronounced among older adults, people with lower incomes and people with poor health outcomes.
The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
It is important to remember that it is not all about the number and type of teeth you have, but the quality of dental treatment, she said.
“It’s a good predictor of how well you can treat your dental health in the future.”
Dentists are not just about the dentistry; they are very important in the community and they have a lot of responsibilities and responsibilities to care for their communities.
“Dr Eissler said the study could help dentists better understand the health and dental care of their patients.”
If you’re looking for a dentist who will treat you well and get the best outcomes, this study shows that you’re probably getting the wrong dentist,” she said, adding that the researchers were confident that the results would hold up in a larger, long-term study.
Dr Robert Waugh, a paediatric dentist in Adelaide, said dentists needed to look at their own health.”
The research suggests that they need to do a little bit more work with people to get them to consider a dental treatment that is best for them,” he said.
But Dr Waugh said there was more work to be done in terms of encouraging younger people to seek dental care, such it by helping them to get their teeth checked.”
Young people don’t want to take on a lot on, so I think the key is to have them understand that dentistry is part of their whole life,” he added.
Dr Waugh also said it was important to look beyond the number.”
I think that the main thing that we can do as a society is to make sure that we’re not going to lose our health care system if we don’t invest in it,” he told ABC Radio Adelaide.