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Dentists providing cosmetic injectables to require licence

LONDON, UK: A steady rise in the popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as injections of dermal fillers and botulinum toxin has resulted in ...

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Tenet: Time inversion applied to dentistry

Time travel—two words that sound odd in an article on dentistry, but are a daily reality for all health professionals. Ageing concerns all patients who...

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Aesthetic crown lengthening, exostosis removal and veneer restorations

A 31-year-old female patient presented to our care with esthetic concerns regarding the appearance of her gummy smile and bony protuberances above her ...

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Celebrities’ Smile Makeup—the MiCD way

In today’s beauty-adoring society, most people have the desire to look and feel their best, since facial and physical appearance have a crucial role to...

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Dentists providing cosmetic injectable procedures urged to protect themselves

LONDON, UK: After a year-long inquiry, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Beauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing (APPG) has released a report on the regulatory ...

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Online conferences and live streaming: CAPP supports dental professionals during pandemic

DUBAI, UAE: Despite the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic on its event business, the Centre for Advanced Professional Practices (CAPP) is committed to...

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Interview: “To me, dentistry is a consolidation of science, art and medicine all in one field”

Dr. Rhonda Kalasho has recently been acclaimed as the most detail-oriented dentist in Hollywood. She works at one of the most innovative dental practices in...

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Interview: “It’s simple: all dentistry should be cosmetic”

Dr Simon Chard has fast become one of the UK’s most influential dentists. He is a proponent of minimally invasive techniques and sits on the board of the ...

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General Dental Council figures show illegal tooth whitening procedures on the rise

LONDON, UK: In recent years, tooth whitening has become an increasingly common form of aesthetic dental treatment. Though its provision is legally limited ...

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Examining body dysmorphic disorder in dental patients

LEIPZIG, Germany: As cosmetic dentistry procedures have become less invasive and generally more affordable, their popularity has risen considerably. For ...

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Restoring function and aesthetics with monolithic zirconia restorations

With greater public awareness about cosmetic dental reconstructions, the dentist is often challenged with greater demands from the patient. This increased ...

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