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Interview: “It all starts with the right dentine bonding agent”

Dr Max Andrup, a 2010 graduate of Umeå University, currently runs a private practice in the city of Hudiksvall in Sweden, where he maintains a passion for ...

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New study examines extent of occupational risk of COVID-19 in UK

BIRMINGHAM, UK: To fill a research gap, researchers have recently examined whether dental professionals are, in fact, at an increased risk of becoming ...

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Asymptomatic pediatric dental patients as potential SARS-CoV-2 carriers

CHICAGO, U.S.: In a recent study, researchers have examined the prevalence of COVID-19 in pediatric dentistry by testing children during their visit at the ...

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How can the dental team help reduce patient anxiety?

GOTHENBURG, Sweden: Though its causes can be unclear and multiform, the effects of dental anxiety in patients are well understood. As it increases, ...

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Study recommends aspirating system with HEPA filter for dental practices

YEKATERINBURG, Russia: Aside from personal protective equipment (PPE), high-volume aspirators are recommended in dental clinics during the SARS-CoV-2 ...

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New system of targets in the UK: a step backwards for dentistry?

LONDON, UK: Dentists in England currently receive their former National Health Service (NHS) contract value provided they spend the same amount of time ...

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Dental suction systems help to keep staff and patients safe during SARS-CoV-2 crisis

BIETIGHEIM-BISSINGEN, Germany: Owing to the large number of patients seen in dental practices, there is always a danger of coming into contact with an ...

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Interview: Choosing social media content to engage with patients

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., U.S.: Mark Schaefer is considered to be one of the most influential social media marketing experts. He is an educator, a business ...

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Interview: Corona terminator protects dental staff and patients from SARS-CoV-2

In the absence of a dental market response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Dr Mustafa Ayna, a Germany-based dentist who heads his own practice in Duisburg, ...

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Interview: Engaging with local community through dental social media marketing

In today’s digital world, businesses need to have a strong online presence in order to facilitate communication with customers and boost practice growth. ...

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Sustainable dentistry: Encouraging environmental consciousness in dental practice

MELBOURNE, Australia: An increasing number of dental professionals are emphasising the need to move towards eco-friendly dentistry in order to reduce waste,...

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Align Technology to host its 2020 Growth Summit in all-virtual format

LONDON, UK: Global medical device company Align Technology has recently announced that it has moved its 2020 Growth Summit to an all-digital format. The ...

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Dental practices add surcharges for PPE

CHICAGO, U.S.: Dental practices are suffering from the impact of SARS-CoV-2 and the substantial economic loss brought about by contact restrictions and ...

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Online information hub launched for Australian dentists

MELBOURNE, Australia: One of the most important functions of the Dental Board of Australia (DBA) is the development of standards, codes and guidelines for ...

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Experts review recommendations for returning to dental practice

MANCHESTER, UK: Restrictions related to SARS-CoV-2 transmission are easing, and dental professionals need to start planning the eventual reopening and ...

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Reopening of dental practices in the UK and Ireland

LONDON, UK: While dental professionals across the world are hoping for the relaxation of lockdown restrictions and are anxious to reopen their dental ...

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From saturation to dilution: Major paradigm shift for dental practice

COVID-19 has brought about radical economic and organisational changes in dental practice. For years, we have believed, and I think rightly so, that by ...

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Dentists in Spain call for collaboration with health authorities

MADRID, Spain: In Spain, dental clinics are considered an essential service. This means that approximately 40,000 dentists are obliged to keep their ...

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Dentists across Europe face business challenges in times of COVID-19

BRUSSELS, Belgium: Dentists all over Europe are doing their part to limit the spread of COVID-19 while staying up to date with national and local ...

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The right dental unit—also for left-handed users

ZWOLLE, Netherlands: Renate Vries has been a dental hygienist for over 20 years. Currently, she works at Tandartspraktijk Linde, a small clinic located in ...

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Interview: “Dentistry is a high-impact sport”

Dentists often work in competitive markets and struggle with growing their dental practices. To receive specialist advice and improve efficiency in the ...

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German clear aligner maker prepares to enter Spanish market

BERLIN, Germany: The orthodontics start-up PlusDental has announced that it will add Spain to the growing list of European countries in which it offers its ...

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CDA recommends best practices for video recording in dental offices

SACRAMENTO, Calif., U.S.: An increasing number of dental offices implement video surveillance systems to ensure their own and patient security, aid in loss ...

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ADA offers advice on how to handle dental scrap

SYDNEY, Australia: The Australian Dental Association (ADA) has recently published an article in which it discusses the best practices for recycling dental ...

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Fraudulent dental practitioners face severe penalties under new amendment

MELBOURNE, Australia: The Queensland Parliament has recently passed the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law and Other Legislation Amendment Bill ...

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Style meets softness: New RELAXline Soft Upholstery for KaVo treatment units

How can a KaVo treatment unit become even more comfortable for the patient? By having particularly soft upholstery that adapts to the contours of the ...

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Dentsply Sirona at IDS 2019: Building success of the dental practice and laboratory

COLOGNE, Germany: Further improving treatment workflows, making optimal use of digital technologies and ensuring practice success both today and in the ...

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One in two dental practices do not check for nitrous oxide leaks

WASHINGTON, USA: Although dental practices generally use a scavenging system to minimize exposure to nitrous oxide, many do not execute the recommended ...

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Practices lack bloodborne pathogen exposure control plans

ATLANTA, USA: Findings from a web-based survey have shown that over a quarter of private dental practices that participated did not have a written ...

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