How to treat cavities with biomimetics

Researchers have developed a simple treatment for cavities, and the results could lead to new treatments for people with chronic conditions like cavities.

The study was led by researchers at the University of Oxford and the University College London, and published in the journal Science Advances.

It is called a ‘mimetic’ dental treatment.

The new method uses nanomaterials to make cavities disappear by mimicking the way that water flows through a sponge.

“We’ve demonstrated this in mice,” said study co-author Dr Chris Smith.

“This mimetic method, which is based on the same principles as the sponge method, works by breaking down the bacteria that cause cavities.”

It’s a technique called biomimicry, which involves creating biological structures that are similar to those of living cells, in this case bacteria.

It works by using a nano-sized polymer that forms small pores in the tooth’s surface, and then the same polymer is then injected into the cavities to form cavities that can be removed.

The results are promising, because the researchers believe the nanometals can also be used to treat other kinds of cavities in the future.

“If we can produce a biomimics solution that can replace the sponge solution in our practice, then it will be possible to replace the traditional toothpaste or the toothpaste and gels that we currently use in our clinics,” Dr Smith said.

The new method is also very effective in preventing cavities from forming.

The team’s research was funded by the European Union, the US, Canada and Japan.

The next step is to develop a commercial version of the treatment.

Dr Smith said the next step for the team is to see if it is safe and effective in humans.

“One of the big issues is that we can’t do this on a large scale and there is a lot of safety issues around it, so we are working on getting approval from regulators to test it in humans,” he said.

How to get a new tooth in the UK

Huddersfield is in the spotlight after a young mother of two was admitted to hospital with a broken jaw after being attacked by her husband.

The 20-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was attacked while she was in her home on Thursday night by her ex-partner’s son.

The couple had been living together for the past three years and the woman was taken to hospital for treatment.

She was later discharged but her jaw has since broken and she has had to have two teeth removed.

The man was arrested and charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

He will appear in court next week.

Huddersfields Police said the victim is from Wrexham and was living in the city with her partner and their two children.

She said: “It’s just awful what happened.

I was just crying and my partner was yelling and hitting me and the kids were running outside.””

I don’t know what to do.

I just want to be safe.”

Her partner had been in the house for a short period of time with his family before leaving to go and work.

Police said the woman suffered a fractured jaw, a broken nose and facial fractures.

“This is something that has happened quite recently,” Detective Inspector Mike Edwards said.

“It is quite difficult to get information on the injuries to a victim who is not a victim of crime.”

“This was not a violent incident, but we do have an allegation of assault and we are appealing to anyone who may have witnessed the incident to contact us.”

He said officers were looking at CCTV footage of the incident, and if anyone was able to provide information they would be contacted.

“At the moment, we are not investigating any other incidents of this nature,” Detective Constable Edwards said