The best way to prevent tooth decay is to get your dog to drink his own pee, a study has found.
But the study also suggested a way to get around this problem: Give him a tooth that’s missing.
That’s the premise of a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine that examined whether or not a canine tooth could be recovered from a dental implant.
The team from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque examined the dental implant in a patient with a severe infection in the left side of the jaw.
They found that the tooth had been removed, but the remaining tooth remained attached.
The implant was replaced with an artificial one, and the patient’s jaw was fully functional.
The team then followed up with the patient after six months and discovered that he had regrown his jaw, albeit with only a small amount of the original tooth.
The dentures themselves were made from stainless steel and were made with a titanium plate, the team explained in their paper.
They also said that the device is made of titanium that was resistant to damage from the elements.
The study was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the U of N and the National Science Foundation.