Eastman Institute For Oral Health, University of Rochester: “You Changed My Life Completely,” Patient Says
When 20-year-old Michael Crymes told his parents he wanted braces, they never thought they would have to travel to another city to find an orthodontist who would treat him. That’s because Michael has Cerebral Palsy (CP), a disorder that affects body movement, muscle control and coordination, caused by damage to the developing brain. Read more.
University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine: Too Lazy to Brush and Floss? Research Team Will Motivate You With Online Counseling
Brush your teeth twice per day and floss regularly are habits most people know of, but despite the pleas of dentists nationwide, few follow through on this advice. Now, dentists are considering a new approach to improve oral health practices among the public: motivational interviewing. Read more.