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 Know-How Tours: IDS takes visitors to Cologne's top dental offices Dec 22, 2014 | News Europe

Know-How Tours: IDS takes visitors to Cologne's top dental offices

COLOGNE, Germany: The next International Dental Show (IDS) will be held in Cologne from 10 to 14 March 2015. In addition to Career Day, the organisers have a new exciting excursion in store for visitors: the IDS Know-How Tours. The tours offer exclusive visits to two of the most prestigious dental practices in Cologne and are aimed at interested dentists who would like to network and share their expertise on the latest and most advanced dental techniques with their colleagues.

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Dental plaque reveals key plant in prehistoric Easter Island diet Dec 19, 2014 | News Americas

Dental plaque reveals key plant in prehistoric Easter Island diet

EASTER ISLANDS, Chile: Researchers have helped resolve the question of which plant foods Easter Islanders relied on, before European contact, by analyzing ...

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Police appeal in case of BDIA Dental Showcase theft Dec 19, 2014 | News United Kingdom

Police appeal in case of BDIA Dental Showcase theft

London, UK: The Police Department in Newham, London, has released CCTV images of two men on Tuesday, who are suspected to have stolen dental equipment ...

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2015: A fresh start for Dental Tribune UK Dec 18, 2014 | News United Kingdom

2015: A fresh start for Dental Tribune UK

LONDON, UK: Since 2007, the Dental Tribune has been playing a major role in the UK’s dental publishing industry. After a short transition period, the ...

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Available from €3,200: German company introduces luxury toothbrush Dec 18, 2014 | News Europe

Available from €3,200: German company introduces luxury toothbrush

DÜSSELDORF, Germany: For most people, a toothbrush is nothing more than an everyday item. At a cost of only a few euros, it can and should be replaced at regular intervals. However, purchasers of a Reinast toothbrush might hold on to it for far longer. Manufactured from solid titanium to high-quality standards, this luxury item with disposable brush heads is priced from €3,200. Over the past year, the toothbrush, made in Germany, has become well established on the Arabian market and can now be ...

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 Sirona receives Top Employer Award Dec 18, 2014 | Business Asia Pacific

Sirona receives Top Employer Award

SHANGHAI, China: Sirona China has received the exclusive Top Employer China award for the second year in a row. Every year, the Top Employers Institute honours excellent employers around the world. Important criteria are analysed for the award with a multi-phased process. These criteria include excellent working conditions, the promotion of talent and continuous development in human resource management.

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Increased cancer risk: Snus use has tripled in Norway Dec 17, 2014 | News Europe

Increased cancer risk: Snus use has tripled in Norway

OSLO, Norway: It has been known for a long time that the consumption of snus endangers oral health. According to a new report by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, the use of this oral tobacco, which can cause oral cancer, has tripled in the country over the past five years. Even nicotine-free snus is not a healthy alternative. In 2012, Swedish researchers found that some types of snus contain carbohydrates and starch, which increases the risk of caries.

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Heraeus Kulzer, Straumann and createch settle lawsuit Dec 17, 2014 | Business Europe

Heraeus Kulzer, Straumann and createch settle lawsuit

HANAU, Germany: Heraeus Kulzer, Straumann and createch medical have entered into a licensing agreement regarding the marketing of angulated bridge constructions. The agreement that was reached on 31 October and made public last Friday marks the resolution of the current lawsuit between some of the most well-known dental companies worldwide.

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Academy of Pediatrics tackles children's oral health Dec 16, 2014 | News Americas

Academy of Pediatrics tackles children's oral health

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, IL, USA: In a recent policy statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) acknowledges the significant impact that dental caries have on the health of young children as well as the important role pediatricians play in dental disease prevention. The statement declares that tooth decay is a "common and chronic disease process with significant short- and long-term consequences".

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Thieves steal toothpaste worth €8,500 Dec 16, 2014 | News Europe

Thieves steal toothpaste worth €8,500

KASSEL, Germany: Nearly 300 boxes of toothpaste have been stolen from a parked truck at a service station in Germany. The police who are responsible for the investigation are now searching for the culprits who caused a total damage of more than €10,000.

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International Dental Show 2015

International Dental Show 2015

Next year, the International Dental Show (IDS) is opening its doors to dental professionals and representatives of the dental industry for the 36th time. ...

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Digital dentistry

Digital dentistry

Digital technology is one of the fastest-growing market segments in dentistry.

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Implantology

Implantology

This topic is dedicated to providing information on the latest research in oral implantology, implant surgery, and advanced implant procedures.

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World Oral Health Day: “Everybody can take part in this fun and healthy initiative” Dec 15, 2014 | News Europe

World Oral Health Day: “Everybody can take part in this fun and healthy initiative”

World Oral Health Day (WOHD) will be celebrated on 20 March 2015. In this interview, Matthew Kent, Wrigley Oral Healthcare Programme (WOHP) Global Manager, ...

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Number of Australian dental practitioners increases slightly Dec 15, 2014 | News Australia & New Zealand

Number of Australian dental practitioners increases slightly

SYDNEY, Australia: The Dental Board of Australia recently released the country’s latest dental workforce statistics. The report shows that the number ...

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