How To Handle Saliva Sample The Right Way To Study Oral Microbiome?

How To Handle Saliva Sample The Right Way To Study Oral Microbiome?

In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is
freedom, in saliva there are bacteria! ……..(LOL!)

When you choose to harness wisdom or freedom or both, what is the most important thing you do?

It’s Balance! Isn’t It?

There is a thin line between cherishing your wisdom and freedom and getting toggled to the lopsidedness. The fact is you need to handle the glass properly. Right?

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Do you know that there are greater numbers of microbes in our mouth than people living on this earth? What a natural magic!

As you can harness wisdom or freedom from wine or beer, similarly, a lot of information about overall human health resides inside these tiny beings floating in your saliva.

Recently, the scientific bug experts have been trying to extract these informations by running various experiments. There is a long way to go to explore these oral tiny tots!

One of the easiest but tricky way to look through these oral bugs, is to explore the drool tool! Yes ! You guessed it right!

It’s SALIVA – popularly called as Body’s Mirror!

Well, if you toggle to topple here, the body’s mirror might break into illusive information away from reality! Here is a step-by-step guidance for you to explore and handle it the right way.

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Infographic: How To Handle Saliva The Right Way To Study Oral Microbiome

Perhaps you might require some more information? Join the session of Dr Jill L. Maron, MD, MPH, Chief of Pediatrics at Women & Infants Hospital, Brown University, USA at the 5th International Saliva Summit Of India (SALSI) 2023!

If you have an original saliva study in hand or a

saliva-based product (prototype stage is also

welcome), reach us at for a Virtual

Guest Speaker Slot!

SALSI 2023 Speakers More additions to the list awaiting!

#dentalgenetics #salsi

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