This discovery could change the concept of dental treatment procedures suggests latest research Researchers at King’s College London have found that a drug designed to treat Alzheimer’s disease is able to stimulate damaged teeth to create new dentine capable of filling large cavities. Current dental treatment procedures require the cavity to be ‘filled’. Now however,
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