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Researchers develop novel approach to dental restoration using 3D printing

Digital workflows are constantly being improved with innovations in technique, software and materials and tailored to dental diseases and patient cases. ...

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Using phased personalised care plans to manage root caries, especially among older people

As restorative dentistry shifts focus from core operative procedures to individual patient needs and values, the demand for holistic patient care for ...

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Curcumin holds promise in treating oral disease and cancers

BARI, Italy: An increasing number of products are appearing on the market aimed at replacing toothpastes and mouthrinses containing synthetic constituents ...

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Major contributors revitalise WHO global strategy for oral health

GENEVA, Switzerland: The World Health Organization (WHO) has unveiled a new global oral health action plan, seeking to improve oral health outcomes and ...

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Government claims about NHS dental availability are deceptive, leaving mothers untreated

LONDON, UK: Throughout their pregnancy and for the first year after giving birth, mothers in the UK are entitled to free dental care through the National ...

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Prof. Moritz Kebschull is the new president of the European Federation of Periodontology

BRUSSELS, Belgium: The European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) has announced Prof. Moritz Kebschull as its new president. He succeeds Dr Darko Božić ...

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Can dentists help patients experiencing food insecurity?

LIVERPOOL, UK: Food insecurity affects 17% of households in the UK, according to a 2023 government survey. This lack of consistent access to sufficient ...

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Osstem Implant expands charity initiatives across Asia

SEOUL, South Korea: As a global dental company, Osstem Implant is dedicated to practising shared management. The company works closely with South Korean ...

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ClearCorrect launches new digital solutions globally

ROUND ROCK, Texas, US: ClearCorrect recently unveiled a new suite of products and features aimed at supporting clinicians in their provision of orthodontic ...

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“IDEM is putting scientific advancements in dentistry front and centre this year”

A unique highlight of the conference programme, Drs David and Davey Alleman held the Singapore Dental Association Masterclass on the six lessons approach to...

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Asiga presents two new 3D printers: Max 2 and Ultra

SINGAPORE: This is an exciting time for 3D printing and dentistry. Earlier this year, Asiga launched two new 3D printers, the Max 2 and the Ultra, which are...

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Discover the future of orthodontic and restorative care at IDEM Singapore

SINGAPORE: The first software of its kind, Invisalign Smile Architect combines planning for orthodontic and restorative care in a single platform, ...

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“IDEM stands out from other shows with its unparalleled focus on fostering innovation, collaboration and education”

Mathias Küpper is managing director and vice president for Asia Pacific at Koelnmesse, one of the IDEM organisers. In this interview with Dental Tribune ...

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“Dental surgeons have an important role to play in identifying patients at risk of OSA”

Combining her expertise in both oral and maxillofacial surgery with sleep medicine, Dr Mei Hui Tan’s presentation at IDEM 2024 offered clinicians the ...

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“I anticipate dental clinics being redesigned to optimise ergonomics”

The first Indian dentist certified in zero concept dental ergonomics, Dr Lisha Jain is set to share invaluable insights on transforming dental practices for...

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Asia Pacific’s digital dentistry renaissance

In the 1980s, Dr François Duret pioneered the integration of CAD/CAM technology into dentistry, introducing the revolutionary CEREC system. This marked the...

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Researcher from Singapore offers guidance for treating elderly dental patients

SINGAPORE: Culture meets science in a recent study by oral health researchers in Singapore. The findings indicate that, in Singapore, clinicians need to ...

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How far has 3D printing brought clear aligners?

LONG BEACH, Calif., US: In the dynamic field of orthodontics, the advent of clear aligners has marked a significant leap forward, marrying aesthetics with ...

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Australian Dental Association data shows children suffer from a “flawed hospital funding model”

SYDNEY, Australia: A lack of space in surgical theatres in Australia has led to around 1,500 children suffering from prolonged pain from oral health ...

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Italian researchers test 11 new 3D-printing materials

PERUGIA, Italy: In recent years, the landscape of dental prosthesis fabrication has seen a significant shift with the advent of additive manufacturing ...

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Osseointegration of the future with Osstem’s TSIII SOI implant

SEOUL, South Korea: For decades, researchers have sought to enhance the reliability and speed of implant osseointegration through innovations in design and ...

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What does Europe’s new AI act mean for healthcare?

STRASBOURG, France: The passing of the EU’s Artificial Intelligence Act (AI act) on 13 March marks a pivotal moment in the regulation of AI technologies, ...

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Dental students are not exempt from risk of sharps injuries

PLYMOUTH, UK: The ramifications of sharps injuries within a clinical treatment setting extend beyond the immediate physical harm, potentially inducing ...

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The fight for anaesthesia safety in dentistry—Part 3

Last April, Dental Tribune International first spoke with Drs Rita Agarwal and James Tom, paediatric anaesthesiologist and dentist anaesthesiologist, ...

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FDI sends unifying video message in celebration of World Oral Health Day

GENEVA, Switzerland: “A happy mouth is a happy body,” FDI World Dental Federation said on World Oral Health Day (WOHD). Celebrated annually on 20 March,...

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The integral role of dental practices in recognising and responding to abuse and neglect

DUNDEE, UK: The complexities and under-reporting of abuse cases in society make it crucial for healthcare providers to remain vigilant and proactive in ...

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The fight for anaesthesia safety in dentistry—Part 2

Carrying on the conversation from the first part on the ongoing fight for improved safety in anaesthesia in dentistry, Dental Tribune International again ...

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Informed consent in paediatric dental care is both complicated and inconsistent

CAPE TOWN, South Africa: When it comes to paediatric dental care, the understanding of informed consent varies in different countries. Although the American...

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“Magic of leading digital dentistry”: 2024 Osstem World Meeting in Seoul

SEOUL, South Korea: Osstem Implant is extending a cordial invitation to over 1,500 dentists from 30 countries for the 2024 Osstem World Meeting, a global ...

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Learning the basics of design for bioprinting is both free and easy

Bioprinting, a technology that involves the printing of living tissue, is one of the most groundbreaking developments in dentistry. Despite the immense ...

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