New Scientist magazine (NYS) – March 2, 2019 The latest issue of New Scientist features a story by one of our New Scientist contributors, Sarah Henshaw.
This week’s title: “A dentist’s perspective on the dentisting profession”.
Sarah’s latest work is about dental implants: “Dental implants are used for a variety of reasons.
First, they provide a safe and convenient way to remove teeth, and second, they can prevent tooth decay and prevent cavities, so they are a great option for those with poor dental health.
But why would you want to get a denture, when there are so many other options out there?”
Sarah is a member of the University of Manchester’s Dentistry and Oral Health Research Unit.
She has published more than 50 articles on the topic of dental implants and other dental treatments.
Read her work.
Sarah is also a contributing editor to Denture, the official journal of the American Dental Association.
Her articles are available at Denture and the Dental Journal.