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CBCT: Webinar discusses possibilities for implant surgery Jan 25, 2017 | News Europe

CBCT: Webinar discusses possibilities for implant surgery

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: The great advancement of digital dentistry has increased the dentist’s ability to achieve much higher precision and quality using different materials and software. The benefits of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) for implant surgery will be discussed during a free webinar hosted by the Dental Tribune Study Club on 16 February. The webinar will be held in Swedish.

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Interview: “I prefer prevention for my young patients” Jan 25, 2017 | News Europe

Interview: “I prefer prevention for my young patients”

Dr Dominique Rosenberg is a Paris-based paediatric dentist who has been practising for over 20 years, specialising in oral care for new-born babies and children up to the age of 15. In her practice, it is greatly important to spend time with her young patients and their parents in order to prevent dental decay from happening, instead of treating it when it does. Her appointments vary between 45 minutes and an hour. In an interview with Dental Tribune Online, she talked about why prevention matters ...

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Planmeca supports university in Helsinki Jan 12, 2017 | Business Europe

Planmeca supports university in Helsinki

HELSINKI, Finland: On 6 December 2017, Finland will look back on 100 years of independence from the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. As its contribution to the celebrations throughout the year and to the country, Planmeca, one of the world’s largest dental equipment manufacturers, is making a “substantial” donation to Aalto University in Helsinki. In this manner, the company aims to invest in high-quality education and research.

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Dentsply Sirona survey shows patients prefer single-visit dentistry Jan 6, 2017 | Business Europe

Dentsply Sirona survey shows patients prefer single-visit dentistry

WALS, Austria: An international survey of over 3,700 participants in Germany, Brazil, France, Italy, Japan and China conducted by Dentsply Sirona has found that a large majority of patients would prefer to be treated in a single visit, particularly with regard to dental restorations. To receive this service, many are willing to travel further and about two-thirds said that they would even consider changing their dentist.

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