Category: Goldman School of Dental Medicine

Tending to Unmet Dental Needs, a Root of Elder Hunger

Wall Street Journal (subscription required) Judith Jones, Goldman School of Dental Medicine For many homebound seniors, the biggest challenge to staving off hunger and getting needed nutrition isn’t having money to buy food or the physical or cognitive ability to prepare it… Expert quote: “It’s not sexy. Dental care for kids is what people are […]

Boston University To Become First Seamlessly Integrated Digital Dental School in the Nation

Contact: Mary Becotte Director, Communications & External Relations Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine 617-638-5147, becottem@bu.edu (Boston) – The Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine (GSDM) announced at the 2014 American Dental Association (ADA) Annual Session in San Antonio, Texas on October 11th that it has entered into an […]

Five Dental Choices For Retirees

Investor’s Business Daily Judith Jones, Goldman School of Dental Medicine Susan Grossman has certainly been through the ringer with dental work. Over the past decade, she’s shelled out some $100,000 for bone replacements, teeth removals and cappings, and most recently, a bridge covering 10 teeth. And there’s still more necessary work ahead… Expert quote: “They […]

Sirona, Boston Univ. enter into unprecedented agreement on digital dentistry

DrBicuspid.com Jeffrey Hutter, Goldman School of Dental Medicine Friday morning, Sirona Dental Systems and the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine (GSDM) announced an agreement that will enable GSDM to become the first all-digital dental school in the U.S…. Expert quote: “This agreement will allow the school to take a leading role in the […]

How coffee could help you keep your teeth

Futurity News Nathan Ng, Goldman School of Dental Medicine Researchers find that drinking coffee, which is a source of antioxidants, appears to curb tooth loss due to gum disease… Expert quote: “We found that coffee consumption did not have an adverse effect on periodontal health, and, instead, may have protective effects against periodontal disease.” View full […]

Coffee Drinkers—Your Gums May Thank You

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 15, 2014 Contact: Mary Becotte Director of Communications & External Relations Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine 617-638-5147, becottem@bu.edu (Boston) – Coffee contains antioxidants. Antioxidants fight gum disease. Does coffee, then, help fight gum disease? That is the question researchers at Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental […]