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A-dec partners with Henry Schein Dental Warehouse in South Africa

MIDRAND, South Africa: A-dec are pleased to announce a new cooperation with Henry Schein Dental Warehouse aimed at better distribution of A-dec’s wide ...

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Part 1: Sustainable dentistry in 500 words or more

SINGAPORE: The idea of writing an article series on sustainable dentistry originated from an article titled “

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A practice exclusively for children: “We turn every appointment into a party”

BERGEN OP ZOOM, Netherlands: Blij Gebit (Dutch for “happy teeth”) is a dental hygiene practice aimed specifically at children. It was started in the ...

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Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in dental offices very unlikely, study says

COLUMBUS, Ohio, U.S.: Researchers worldwide investigate COVID-19, and every week, new information about the illness is discovered or confirmed. A recent ...

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Planmeca revolutionises dental education with simulation units

HELSINKI, Finland/TÂRGU MUREŞ, Romania: The first fully digital Planmeca dental treatment simulation units were installed at the George Emil Palade ...

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Interview: Fears and worries of dental students during COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Elham Kateeb’s professional career has been devoted to dentistry: She is an associate professor of dental public health and the dean of scientific ...

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COVID-19 vaccination: Where does the dental profession stand?

LEIPZIG, Germany: After months of hoping and waiting, the news finally broke at the end of 2020 that a number of vaccines for SARS-CoV-2 had been developed ...

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Decellularised matrix hydrogel may promote dental pulp regeneration

GUANGZHOU, China: Dental pulp regeneration has been a great challenge to researchers in the field of endodontics for decades. It has been widely regocnised ...

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Celebrity dentist restores smile of Black Lives Matter protester

ATLANTA, U.S.: Although most social media feeds have returned to other topics, protests in light of the Black Lives Matter movement are still very much a ...

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Half of adults over 65 lack dental insurance, poll finds

ANN ARBOR, Mich., U.S.: Oral health is integral to good health at every age. Yet older adults can have unique oral health needs and barriers to accessing ...

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Mental health in the dental profession during the COVID-19 pandemic

LEIPZIG, Germany: Even though millions of people suffer from anxiety and depression, according to the World Health Organization, psychiatric disorders often...

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Oral cancers may go undetected during COVID-19 crisis

DUBLIN, Ireland: According to the Irish Cancer Society, about 550 people are affected by mouth, head and neck cancers in Ireland each year. As patients are ...

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HelloMask: First transparent surgical mask goes to manufacture

DÜBENDORF, Switzerland: Researchers of the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Empa) and the Swiss Federal Institute of ...

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EFP devises SARS-CoV-2 safety protocol for dental patients and practices

BRUSSELS, Belgium: The provision of oral healthcare services has been severely affected all over the world by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic because of the risk of...

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This is how SARS-CoV-2 is affecting dental businesses in Switzerland

BERNE, Switzerland: The virus SARS-CoV-2 has a firm grip on the world and is affecting how people live their daily lives. In Switzerland, as in many other ...

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Coronavirus guidelines for dental practitioners and students

WUHAN, China: The COVID-19 pandemic, which originated in Wuhan, has become a serious public health challenge of international concern. Researchers from ...

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Dental profession to be localised, says Saudi labour minister

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Labour and Social Development Ahmed bin Suleiman Al-Rajhi has announced a decision, taken in partnership ...

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Expert to discuss tissue conditioning around implants

The one abutment, one time protocol offers biological advantages, but it also has its drawbacks. In a free Dental Tribune Study Club webinar on Thursday, ...

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention release statement on spread of Candida auris

NEW YORK, U.S.: In 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a statement declaring that Candida auris is an ...

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Expert to share what’s new in implantology

In a free Ivoclar Vivadent webinar on Sunday, Feb. 9, Dr. Edward Tam will be speaking about advanced implant prosthetics. Well established and respected in ...

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Impact of cross-collaboration in healthcare highlighted in recent pilot project

DUNEDIN, New Zealand: The need for communication between healthcare professionals has been highlighted in a recent project. In what might be a world first,...

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BLX implants and botiss biomaterials focus of free webinar

The implant market has been one of the dominating features within dentistry for some time. In an upcoming free botiss webinar on Monday, Dec. 16, host Dr. ...

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Endodontists stress importance of closing dental dam gap

LEIPZIG, Germany: The idea of using a sheet of rubber to create a dry work environment for dental professionals goes back to the nineteenth century and can ...

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Fifth MIS Global Conference promises 360° of implant dentistry

MARRAKECH, Morocco: MIS Implants Technologies, an Israeli dental implant manufacturer, invites dental professionals to its fifth global conference to enjoy ...

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Research institutions establish dental informatics program to improve oral health

INDIANAPOLIS, U.S.: With the goal of improving oral health for better overall physical and emotional health, Regenstrief Institute and the Indiana ...

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NZDA calls on government to pass languishing water fluoridation bill

AUCKLAND, New Zealand: In a recent statement, the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA) said it would like to see more cross-party support in parliament for...

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New world record: German dentist extracts world’s longest human tooth

OFFENBACH, Germany: Tooth extraction is part of the day-to-day business in a dental practice. However, last year, Dr Max Lukas was fairly stunned when he ...

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First permanent molars function as health database dating back to before birth

HAMILTON, Canada: Teeth provide a permanent biological marker of metabolic stressors that disrupt mineralization in utero and in early childhood. A recent ...

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FDI World Dental Congress 2020—China is shaping future of oral health

SHANGHAI, China: China is a powerful ally in achieving a global community commitment to health. Recognising that health is fundamentally linked to ...

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Dental stem cells able to generate milk-producing cells in mice

ZURICH, Switzerland: The ability of adult stem cells to generate various tissue-specific cell populations allows for the replacement of damaged cells and ...

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