Month: October 2018

Tooth fillings made with BPA tied to behavior issues

Kids who get dental fillings made using BPA are more likely to have behavior and emotional problems a few years later, according to a new study But the effect was small, and the lead researcher was quick to point out that her team didn’t measure BPA levels in particular – and had no way of knowing if any other chemicals were leaching out of the fillings. “It’s a controversial topic in dental research, how much

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New Study on the release of dental BPA

  Sci Rep. 2018 May 3;8(1):6981. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-24815-z. A novel high sensitivity UPLC-MS/MS method for the evaluation of bisphenol A leaching from dental materials. De Nys S1, Putzeys E1, Vervliet P2, Covaci A2, Boonen I3, Elskens M3, Vanoirbeek J4, Godderis L4,5, Van Meerbeek B1, Van Landuyt KL1, Duca RC6. Author information Abstract There is a growing necessity to acquire more profound knowledge on the quantity of eluates from resin-based dental materials, especially with regard to

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