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A cavity with 14,000 years of life

Located one decayed tooth in a skeleton with 14,000 years of lifeCavity, actually one of the most common dental diseases, it was already a problem 14000 years ago. A group our European researcher confirmed that in the journal Scientific Reports after finding a cavity in the teeth of a skeleton with more than 140 centuries.

The cavities located in the researched subject has been treated by something like a endodontics. Endodontics is the process currently used to treat this disease and is to cover the hole in the tooth with a special material. At that time, of course, they didn’t this technology so they covered the hole using dental pieces of minerals like flint.

Luckily the world advances and if this is your problem, we can help you in Pardinas Dental Clinic without getting stones in the teeth.

Via Medical Express

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