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New guide offers refresher on caries treatment and pulp capping

SAN DIMAS, Calif., US: In a fresh overview on a hot topic, researchers with Stevenson Dental Research Institute in California have released a curated guide ...

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Odontogenic keratocysts going undiagnosed for too long, study finds

TURKU, Finland: Purportedly arising from remnants of the dental lamina, odontogenic keratocysts (OKCs) make up roughly 5%–15% of all odontogenic cysts and...

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Latest findings of the ITI Consensus Conference are now available

BASEL, Switzerland: The findings of the seventh ITI Consensus Conference, held in Lisbon in Portugal in May 2023, are now available. Covering a range of ...

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“AI’s primary function is to bolster human skills, not to overshadow them”

Artificial intelligence (AI) presents dental clinicians with a multitude of helpful aids, and researchers are continually expanding the capabilities that AI...

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New study could help reduce pain in oral cancer patients

NEW YORK, US: Oral tumours can cause agonising pain and thus greatly impair the quality of life of patients. Researchers from the New York University ...

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Osstem announces new focus through the Osstem Implant Scientific Community

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Osstem Implant’s AIC Europe, its Advanced Dental Implant Research and Education Center, will be changing its name to more fully ...

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Major collaboration announced to help tackle global antibiotic resistance

GOTHENBURG, Sweden: The University of Gothenburg has announced further investment into an already robust research programme on antibiotic resistance. The ...

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New protocol for complex treatment with in-house clear aligners just as effective as fixed appliances

DAMASCUS, Syria: The use of clear aligners in mild to moderate cases of malocclusion has been the subject of numerous studies, particularly as more dentists...

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“Like bacteria hitch-hiking on the fungi”—study shows how organisms “walk” across teeth

PHILADELPHIA, US: A research team from the University of Pennsylvania has found that, within hours of growth, groupings of bacteria were able to “leap” ...

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Recent Scandinavian studies offer new insights into the oral health of adolescents

LEIPZIG, Germany: Statistical tracking has been a priority for the governments of Scandinavian countries in recent years, detailed records being kept on ...

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Researchers developing 3D ultrasound system for accurate, safe diagnosis of dental disease

EDMONTON, Canada: A team of researchers at the University of Alberta has secured funding to develop a 3D ultrasound device that would allow dentists to ...

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Study finds new evidence that periodontal disease is linked to Alzheimer’s disease

NEW YORK, U.S.: Older adults with more harmful than healthy bacteria in their periodontal tissue are more likely to have evidence for amyloid beta— a key ...

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Saliva testing for SARS-CoV-2 takes off

LEIPZIG, Germany: Researchers in India have found that scientific literature supports salivary diagnostics for SARS-CoV-2 infection as an alternative to ...

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International dental students’ association launches new journal

GENEVA, Switzerland: The International Association of Dental Students (IADS) recently published the inaugural issue of International Journal of Dental ...

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3-D printed swabs help fill gap in COVID-19 test kits

Innovation at the University of Louisville involving multiple departments has led to a promising solution for the shortage of swabs in COVID-19 test kits. ...

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