There’s a new invention that helps rebuild tooth enamel, it’s in the final research stages and we’re talking about a mouth lossage. Learn about all the cutting edge treatments it’s going to provide. In dental school 101 the Dr. broaches Covid-19 eating and drinking habits, and what’s true and not true about our diet indulgences and food preparation. And we’re closing in on the VERY LAST segment dedicated to your weekly CoronaVirus update. The grand finale update will take place before the end of May 2021! But for now, we take a look back at the facts for why the virus spread so fast across America in 2020.
We start this episode with some quick alphabet origination facts. It can be traced back to 1,500 years before Christ. In Dental school 101 we get technical. How deep can you go into a single tooth to remove decay? When does drilling not make sense and how does the biomimetic approach drastically differ from what most dentists would do? In this week’s Covid 19 update, the federal government had the bright idea to allow dental offices to administer vaccine shots. The Dr. discusses the positives and negatives and why the pharmaceutical companies are not happy about it, plus hear more insider CoronaVirus trends.
How old is the human race? Scientists may have discovered when the initial human brains were first formed. How can they estimate how many years ago this was? It has something to do with skull fossils and 3D brain scanning technology. In Dental School 101 the Dr. addresses what dental restorations you may be putting off during our mask wearing society. You’ll want to hear how restorations can go very badly with other dentists’ approaches, compared to how Dr. Shoup approaches restoring your molars, and how to avoid big mistakes with your delicate front teeth. In this episode’s Covid-19 update, did you know that if you’ve already had the CoronaVirus, you only need one Pfizer or one Moderna vaccine shot, not two?
Can lions yawning in the wild translate to a human’s reason for yawning? Is yawning and other habits we have like touching our face, contagious when we’re hanging out in groups? Then in Dental School 101 the Dr. has insider info about how bad bacteria can get, when it sticks to your invisalign trays, whitening trays, retainers, and mouth guards. What is the proper way to clean these devices to avoid bacteria build up and device deterioration? Hear the tips! In the latest Covid-19 update, we have a progress report on the virus variants and recent virus spikes. Plus, what fake news is out there that you need to ignore.
We start this episode with some exciting news on the molecular research front, researchers are creating new “real teeth” from scratch. This could be the future for replacing dentures. And Dr. Shoup wants some of his listeners to stop doing the following…requests for whether or not someone needs a crown from a cell phone picture. And then the Dr. addresses why grinding down your tooth for a crown is the WRONG way to go. In our latest Covid-19 update, what is causing some uptick in the virus transmission? Is it kids or adults? And the Dr. has some strong opinions about reopening schools and how many days per year students should attend classes, so that America stops trailing other countries in education.
In this week’s episode…are zombies in real life possible? Well, some new research tells us that your brain cells can live and adapt after your heart stops beating. Hear the full findings. And what “truly” causes your teeth to be ultra sensitive to cold liquids or foods? Is there a modern day remedy for this problem aside from specialty toothpaste or temporary measures? Hear Dr. Shoup’s specific remedies. In this week’s Covid-19 update, the virus variants are growing in other parts of the world and now it’s seriously affecting those under the age of 40. This has led to more urgent care hospital beds being occupied by those in their twenties, thirties and forties in a country like Brazil. There is serious risk of this trend coming to the United States soon.
The Pacific Ocean is experiencing a large area (the size of Texas) with 3 feet thick in depth plastic waste. Where did this awful mass of plastic come from? Hear the full story. Then Dr. Shoup takes you through another skeptical new patient story. The Dr. had to use the building of a fence properly analogy to get past the new patient’s several initial consultation push backs. And in your Covid-19 update, we discuss cellular biology and how the various vaccines create different cellular reactions depending on which vaccine you take. And what you SHOULD NOT BE LISTENING to in the news media with several incorrect political and misinformation commentaries currently on TV and online.
What happened when Japan, China and Australia conducted an experiment that accidentally created the world’s thinnest wires? It may be 1/200th thinner than a human hair. And what are they going to use them for? Then Dr. Shoup has a United Kingdom veneer procedure disaster story and why it led to a sizable lawsuit settlement. Dr. Shoup explains why the incorrect procedure was done in the first place. It involves a lackluster initial evaluation and that dentist going after a big billable. In this episode’s Covid-19 update the Dr. discusses the latest virus variants, mutations and their dangerous potential.
What causes male chest hair patterns? What do women look for in men when it comes to the amount of chest hair? It depends on their fertility and their age. Then in Dental School 101 Dr. Shoup tells you a story about a new patient meeting that turned an unexpected direction. The patient said they knew more than Dr. Shoup…and they wanted their every request catered to regardless of his opinions! How did this meeting end? And in your Covid-19 update the numbers do not lie and we have your reasons why putting off your own vaccination makes zero sense. What freedoms will you be giving up? Plus more pandemic updates.
Could something worse than the recent Texas electric power grid disaster happen? And how does this relate to our human genealogy history? And what mistakes are other dentists making after a simple cracked tooth occurs? You’d be surprised how those mistakes can snowball into unnecessary procedures and your wallet being much lighter. Dr. Shoup has a different approach. In this week’s CoronaGeddon update, we look into the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and new vaccinations roll out timelines.