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news “The BOB-App generates more recalls because it changes the nature of the appointment”

Although most oral diseases originate interdentally, the majority of patients stick to cleaning the tooth surfaces only. Jagoda Weihönig, a dental hygienist and iTOP lecturer based in Cracow in Poland,…

news “Behavioural change is the main pillar of the future dental practice”

Ensuring patients maintain good treatment results and practise good oral hygiene at home is easier said than done. Changing such habits for the better is a long-term process, and on…

news What will dental events look like in 2021?

LEIPZIG, Germany: It is hard to overstate the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on dental trade fairs in 2020. From March onwards, essentially all dental events were shifted…

news “Diabetes shouldn’t be an issue for the child, but it requires discipline from the parents”

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: November is diabetes awareness month at Curaden Academy. Diabetes mellitus is the third most common chronic disease in children and adolescents and requires constant monitoring and treatment in…

news Oral health and diabetes—a free webinar series

The dentist plays a major role, with other members of the health team, in helping a patient with diabetes maintain glycemic control by achieving optimal oral health. The inflammation associated…

news Interview: “Thanks to this app, patients take ownership of their bodies”

Getting patients to brush interdentally can be an arduous task, but the BOB-App does exactly that. BOB stands for “bleeding on brushing”, which is the motivation app’s crucial parameter. The…

news Oral health and ageing—a free webinar series

October is geriatric dentistry month at Curaden Academy. Although the number of elderly patients in dental practices is on the rise, many dental professionals lack in-depth training in caring for…

news Interview: “Correct biofilm management needs to be learnt by doing”

Although dental students are well aware that a proper oral care routine is key to a healthy mouth, hands-on instruction is usually absent from the curricula. The iTOP—short for individually…

news When health and luxury meet—turning daily oral care into wellness with Swiss Smile

ZÜRICH, Switzerland: If it were up to Swiss oral health brand Swiss Smile, oral care would not be ordinary. Swiss Smile combines clinical expertise with timeless design, using nothing but…

news Preventing and treating cancer therapy complications—“Dental professionals must always be alert”

Cancer treatment, by definition, is highly cytotoxic: radiotherapy and chemotherapy cause death of or damage to cells of the oral cavity, and the side effects vary from patient to patient….

news Teaching perfect brushing with iTOP—”Individual instruction and practical training are key”

The iTOP—which stands for individually trained oral prophylaxis—training programme is for dental professionals who want to set up patients for a lifetime of oral health. In an iTOP session, dental…

news Interview: “Orthodontists should see their patients through the eyes of a periodontist”

According to Dr Jean-Marc Dersot, plaque control is an often neglected but crucial factor in successful orthodontic treatment. Dersot being a past president of the Société Française de Parodontologie et…

news More prevention, more follow-up visits—“the BOB App engages patients in their own health”

Curaden’s BOB App is an easy-to-use app that allows you to keep track of your patients’ interdental bleeding and provide them with a mouth map indicating which interdental brush to…

news For young people too, interdental brushing should be a daily habit

According to Prof. Denis Bourgeois, dental professionals should instruct patients from a young age to make interdental brushes an integral part of their daily brushing routine. This is important in…

news Enzymatic whitening: Safe and healthy home whitening for patients

KRIENS, Switzerland: Do-it-yourself (DIY) whitening kits may be popular, but in a worst-case scenario, they will do more harm than good. However, there is a safe and healthy method to…

news How COVID-19 has affected online continuing dental education

LEIPZIG, Germany: In recent years, the dental industry’s approach to continuing education (CE) has often been focused on in-person learning opportunities at congresses, symposia and the like. This didactic avenue…

news Webinar to discuss periodontal side effects of orthodontic treatment

Although orthodontic treatment has become increasingly commonplace, its periodontal side effects are often overlooked. In a free CURADEN webinar on Tuesday, 19 May, Dr Francisco Molina will talk about how…

news Is Zoom a safe tool for online dental education?

LEIPZIG, Germany: During the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual meetings, teledentistry and online education have become more important than ever. There are many remote conferencing services from which associations and companies can…

news Preventing peri-implant disease—free webinar

Biofilm formation around implants is the main aetiology of peri-implant inflammation. In a free webinar on Tuesday, 21 April, dentist Dr Viktoriia Gabal will discuss how dentists can prevent peri-implant…

Webinar teaser – Curaden Campus – Dental volunteering in Africa—Professional vs. human ethics

The recorded webinar in full length is available on CuradenCampus.com

Webinar teaser – Curaden Campus – Patient communication on social media during the corona crisis

The recorded webinar in full length is available on CuradenCampus.com

Webinar teaser – Curaden Campus – Biofilms: Microbial lifestyles of clinical relevance

The recorded webinar in full length is available on CuradenCampus.com

Webinar teaser – Curaden Campus – 3 things you need to work on during the pandemic

The recorded webinar in full length is available on CuradenCampus.com

news CURADEN to provide a week full of online dental education

In the coming week, the Curaden Academy will present dental professionals with one live webinar each day. Owing to the outbreak of the virus SARS-CoV-2, most educational events for the…

news “ITOP is not about brushing teeth; it is about achieving overall health”

FRANKFURT, Germany: If you have ever wondered how to instruct patients in perfect brushing habits and motivate them to actively implement them, look no further. ITOP—short for individually trained oral…

news DT Study Club corner lights up congress in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.: The FDI World Dental Congress is an event not to be missed. It has a cutting-edge scientific program and interactive forums covering the most relevant topics in…

news DT Study Club corner: Worldwide live streaming from San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.: The Dental Tribune Study Club provides its worldwide audience of specialists and general dental practitioners with comprehensive learning opportunities for dental training. This typically takes the form…

news CURAPROX Perio Plus+ highlighted in Brisbane

BRISBANE, Australia: With dental implants set to become an increasingly common treatment option for edentulous patients in the future, regular maintenance will be imperative to ensure implant functionality and to…

news ITOP developer Jiří Sedelmayer dies at 73

Today, Swiss oral health company CURADEN is commemorating collaborator and friend Dr Jiří Sedelmayer, who passed away last week aged 73, having lived a life richly filled with research, teaching…

news CITROX: the secret ingredient of CURAPROX Perio Plus+

Swiss oral health company CURADEN has launched CURAPROX Perio Plus at IDS 2019. This pioneering antiseptic range is chlorhexidine, but not as you know it—the mouthwashes, gel and toothpaste are…

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