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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Blast of gas that could replace dentist's drill and make fillings stronger

A new ‘gas-firing’ device may offer a pain-free alternative to the dentist’s drill — and could make fillings even more hard-wearing.

The device, which resembles an electric toothbrush, cleans out cavities in rotten teeth in only 30 seconds, according to new research.

It works by generating high-energy gas and liquid particles to kill bacteria and blast out the decayed pulp of the tooth.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2090764/Blast-gas-replace-dentists-drill-make-fillings-stronger.html#ixzz1kOhZxZ8a

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