Why stainless steel is good for dental surgery
A new study suggests that dental surgery patients who regularly use stainless steel for food can get healthier and healthier teeth without losing the taste.
The research was conducted at the Institute of Cosmetic Dentistry of the Jawaharlal Nehru University and was published in the peer-reviewed medical journal, Clinical Dentistry.
In the study, dentists in Delhi and Mumbai used stainless steel spatulas, surgical stainless steel spoons and stainless steel forks to clean dental implants and teeth.
They were then asked to rate the taste of their teeth after using these tools.
The dentists rated the taste intensity of the toothpaste, toothpaste and toothbrush, as well as the overall taste of the dentures.
The researchers found that dental implants tasted a bit softer than toothbrushes.
The researchers also found that stainless steel dentures and dental implants were healthier than dental implants using conventional toothbrushing, dental implants with dental floss and dental flint, and dental appliances using floss.
The scientists found that the overall tooth taste was higher with dental implants made of stainless steel than with dental appliances.
The findings suggest that stainless can be used as a substitute for toothbrush or floss to improve dental hygiene.
Dr Aruna Bhattacharya, one of the researchers, said, “The research suggests that stainless is a natural toothpaste alternative for dental implants.”
She added, “It can help the oral health and prevent tooth decay in the long term.”