COD News

Kaelan Deese, Staff Writer for the Oklahoman
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When dentists discover cavities in their patients, they are often filled with a tooth-colored material that looks just like a person’s own teeth. However, tooth-colored fillings usually require replacement every five to seven years, often because tooth decay has formed under the filling. A researcher at the OU College of Dentistry in Oklahoma City is investigating which components of filling materials are most susceptible to decay and which enzymes in a person’s saliva cause the most plaque.

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3D Solutions @ OU Dentistry, a digital lab on the forefront of innovative technology, opened its doors at the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry on the Health Sciences Center campus in early August.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Faculty Spotlight

As a part of the Health Sciences Center, nestled in the middle of the country, we are proud to host one of the top clinical dentistry institutions in the nation. Part of what makes this possible is the rigorous recruitment and hiring of the most cutting-edge faculty in the world.

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