March, 24 2017
sugary sweetened drinks sodas bad for teeth cavities oral health
Dental cavities, together with other dental problems, are linked to children's dental health, school performance, and psychosocial well-being. For instance, kids with dental problems are more likely to miss school and not perform as well in school. Sweetened drinks contribute to these dental problems. Here's why sugary drinks are not good for your teeth and gums.
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March, 24 2017
Faculty, residents, and students attending a guest speaker lecture.
The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery will host the Ninth Annual Daniel M. Laskin Lectureship on Friday, June 23, 2017. Dr. Rui P. Fernandes, DMD, MD, FACS, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; Chief, Division of Head and Neck Surgery; and Program Director, Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery and Microvascular Fellowship, University of Florida at Jacksonville, will be the speaker.
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March, 15 2017
What Older Adults Should Know About Oral Health
Tooth decay is not just a problem for children. It can happen as long as you have natural teeth. And as we age, other specific conditions begin to affect oral health such as dry mouth or loss of taste. These changes can negatively impact oral health and overall quality of life. Here are some things to be aware of and how regular dentist checkups can help.
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February, 23 2017
UIC College of Dentistry 4 reasons why water improves your smile
Drinking more water has a number of practical benefits which help improve oral health. Staying hydrated helps your system distribute healthy nutrients, gets rid of waste, gives your skin a healthy glow and keeps your muscles moving. And--drinking water really helps your teeth stay health – especially if it’s fluoridated. Here are 4 reasons why drinking more fluoridated water improves oral health.
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February, 15 2017
UIC College of Dentistry Chicago dental implants
Dental implants are a popular option for many people to restore your confidence to eat, speak, and enjoy life with confidence.  The next best thing to real teeth is a dental implant or multiple implants to bring back your healthy smile.  Dental implants are designed to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth so you can be confident in your
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February, 15 2017
UIC College of Dentistry Chicago Preventing Periodontal Disease
Did you know that half of American adults suffer from periodontal (gum) disease? Our periodontists can help you take these preventive steps for good oral health and reduce your risk for periodontal disease.
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February, 14 2017
Recycling at the College of Dentistry
Learn how the College of Dentistry is supporting the Chancellor’s Committee on Sustainability and Energy's recommendations to reduce UIC’s greenhouse gas emissions. Help us pitch-in to help UIC accomplish its sustainability goals! 
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February, 10 2017
UIC College of Dentistry USA-ICD
The International College of Dentists’ USA Section (USA-ICD) has awarded a grant from its International Student Experiences (ISE) program to the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry.
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February, 8 2017
UIC College of Dentistry Dr. Anna Manzotti
Dr. Anna Manzotti, Clinical Assistant Professor, Restorative Dentistry, was selected by her UIC peers with the Teaching Recognition Program (TRP) Award.
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February, 7 2017
UIC College of Dentistry Arcolian
The Arcolian Dental Arts Society provided a $1,500 scholarship to University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry D-4 Bo Yeon Bartilotta at a recent celebration at the Park Ridge Country Club. In addition, Dr. Joe Baldassano, Loyola ’88, was named Arcolian of the Year
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