Author Archives: Kai

Brånemark’s Adamantium

I’m finally going to talk about the coolest dental invention around – implants! If you recall my previous post Engineers on a Small Scale, I mentioned that a dental bridge is one of the options for replacing missing teeth. The … Continue reading

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Autumn Update

Dear all followers of Kai Dentistry! It’s been a long while since I last blogged, so here is a recap of what I have been up to for the past few months. Final year has begun It all comes down to … Continue reading

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Milking the Truth

I’ve always enjoyed “float” fizzy drinks since I was a child. If you don’t know what a “float” drink is, it’s a dark-coloured fizzy drink, usually root beer or coke, topped with some vanilla ice cream. The ice cream floats … Continue reading

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A Sensitive Issue (Pt 2)

With the basic knowledge of the biology of dental sensitivity, this next part will be quite easy to piece together the puzzle. WHAT CAUSES SENSITIVITY? Listing down things like this is part & parcel of studying dentistry. I noticed that … Continue reading

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A Sensitive Issue (Pt 1)

Sensitive teeth are common, really common. Sensing that this is a profitable industry, big pharmaceutical companies like Colgate, Sensodyne (GSK) and Oral-B bombard you with information about sensitivity and how their products can help with it. Now, take a step … Continue reading

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