Nano dentistry is a technique for diagnosing, treating, and preventing oral cancer and dental diseases in dentistry. It can also be used to alleviate pain and to maintain or improve dental health. For example, saliva exosome-based diagnostics have enabled doctors to create biocompatible, antimicrobial dental implants, a game-changing advancement in the field. Because every disease begins at the molecular level, attacking it at that level makes sense. The treatment of oral cancer with Nano dentistry is possible. Nano shells are small beads that generate heat through radiation and selectively destroy oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone.


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