A group of researchers in the U.K. have published a study that suggests tooth extraction may be effective in treating tooth decay.

The study, published in the British Journal of Dentistry, examined the impact of dental implants on the appearance of the teeth.

The researchers found that the implants had a significant positive impact on the overall appearance of teeth, which was accompanied by improvements in dental health.

The results of the study suggest that tooth extraction and dental implants may offer an effective treatment for tooth decay in some people.

“The implants can help prevent cavities and other complications from the buildup of plaque in the teeth,” said lead author Dr. Joanna Woodman, a dentist at the Royal College of Dental Surgeons, in a press release.

“If you are already living with plaque buildup, then these implants may help reduce the impact.

We are now trying to develop a new procedure to remove the plaque from the teeth and restore the appearance.

It is not clear yet whether this will lead to any long-term benefit, but we are keen to see if this is feasible in the future.”

Dr. Woodman added that the treatment was more effective than conventional treatments that involve a combination of oral surgery and an implant.

According to the study, a total of 14 people were treated with the implants and then followed up for up to 12 months.

In one group of people, the implants were given as a daily pill, in another group as a single dose, and in a third group, the patients received the implants as a multi-dose pill.

All the people in each group had their teeth examined, and the results were analyzed.

In all of the groups, there was no significant difference in the number of cavities that occurred between the groups.

“The results are encouraging,” Woodman said in the press release, “but more research is needed to find out how well the dental implants work.”

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