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12-O Left colon surgery

Understanding how the anatomy of the blood supply of the descending and sigmoid colon permits removal of part of the colon and stitching of the two ends together to restore the bowel to a continuous…

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Human-Robot Team: A Robot Assisted Surgery

The Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield is home to one of the world’s most advanced medical robots: The daVinci Si. In this video, Urological surgeon David Yates discusses his working…

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"Making Faces" with Professor Ric Van Noort

For this research case study, we’ll hear from Professor Ric van Noort to learn about his research into the advanced manufacture of facial prostheses, especially for facial disfigurement.

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Meet The Robots

In this video Chris meets Dr Robert Moorehead from the Bioengineering Research Group at the Dental School, where he sees some of the 3D printers in action and learns more about how they work and what…

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"Nerve Regeneration" with Professor Fiona Boissonade

We speak to Fiona Boissonade, Professor of Neuroscience, about her research into nerve regeneration.

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"Bugs in your mouth" with Dr Simon Whawell

Dr Simon Whawell, Reader in Oral Microbiology, talks about his research and how one day it might impact your experience at the dentist.

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What is Dental Public Health?

Chris Stokes discusses dental public health with Peter Robinson, Professor of Dental Public Health and Head of the School of Oral and Dental Sciences at the University of Bristol.

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Tissue Engineering with Professor Paul Hatton

Professor Paul Hatton talks about his research and how one day it might impact your experience at the dentist.

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See How They're Made: Dentures

In this video we visit Dr Tony Johnson, Dental Technician, in the dental laboratory to observe how dentures are made. You will see the skills of the dental technician, the specialist equipment used,…

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See How They're Made: Dental Crowns

In this video we again see Dr Tony Johnson, Dental Technician, in the dental laboratory. This time he shows how dental porcelain and metal are used to create dental crowns.

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Kitchen Experiments pt1: Dental Materials

In this video, Chris examines the properties of a dental material behaviour known as flow, through the procedure of taking and casting a dental impression. Chris explores the properties of this…

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Kitchen Experiments pt2: Extracting DNA

In this video, Dr Lynne Bingle shows you how you can extract the DNA from your own saliva at home, and explains why DNA samples from your mouth may be more popular in the future. This experiment…

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The History of Dental Materials

Professor Ric van Noort, an expert in dental materials, tells the story of the history of materials used in the mouth. During this video, think about the main challenges faced by the early dentists…

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Meet the Specialists

In this video we visited a selection of dental specialists at the University of Sheffield and asked them a few questions about their roles, and you can watch their answers. We asked: What’s…

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Mouth Stories

Chris talks to Sociologist Dr Barry Gibson about mouth stories, and he starts us off with his own experiences.

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The Role of the Oral Pathologist

Professor Paula Farthing talks us through the role of the Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologist in more detail. Using an example of an oral disease Paula shows us how a Pathologist works.

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