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Ivoclar Vivadent invites dental professionals to join Live Experience Tour

SCHAAN, Liechtenstein: The global COVID-19 pandemic has partially shut down the global dental industry and restricted in-person meetings for over a year. As...

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Study determines work-related factors that keep oral health providers well

LINKÖPING, Sweden: Research focusing on factors that are associated with the well-being and healthy and meaningful working life of oral healthcare ...

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Majority of dental professionals in Norway concerned about SARS-CoV-2 infection

OSLO, Norway: Norway has not had a virus outbreak similar to SARS-CoV-2 in the past and did not have national recommendations for infection prevention and ...

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Study finds SARS-CoV-2 vaccine hesitancy in 23% of healthcare workers

LONDON, UK: As world leaders are continuing to roll out vaccination programmes and encouraging the public to get vaccinated, one thing is clear: there are ...

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What dental professionals can do to tackle antibiotic resistance

According to Dr Wendy Thompson, who is a dentist and clinical lecturer in primary dental care at the University of Manchester in the UK, the dental ...

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Interview: Building rapport between dental technicians and dentists

Romeo Giuseppe is a dental technician and owner of a prosthetic dentistry laboratory in Turin in Italy. In this interview, he speaks to Dental Tribune ...

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What we know about a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine so far

LEIPZIG, Germany: As the race to develop a SARS-CoV-2 vaccine continues, certain questions may arise that need clarification. While some still doubt the ...

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SARS-CoV-2: Dentistry tops list of most dangerous jobs

EDMONTON, Alberta, Canada/NEW YORK, U.S.: As more and more countries ease their lockdown restrictions, an increasing number of workers are returning to ...

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COVID-19: Study reports constant fear and anxiety among dentists worldwide

AL-HOFUF, Saudi Arabia: COVID-19 has not only impeded access to healthcare, but also caused fear and anxiety among healthcare workers. After conducting a ...

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BIOLASE dental symposium highlights advances in dentistry

IRVINE, Calif., U.S.: BIOLASE, the global leader in dental lasers, recently hosted its inaugural Advancing Dentistry Symposium in San Diego. The event took ...

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Interview: “It is often not possible to achieve perfectly white teeth”

Many people have their teeth whitened to achieve a brighter smile and to improve their self-confidence, yet they are often insufficiently informed about the...

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Sugar industry exploited dietitians to influence dentists, study shows

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S./VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada: In 1975, the U.S. Sugar Association (SA) created the Regional Nutritional Information Program ...

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Plant-based diet could help reduce gingivitis

FREIBURG, Germany: A recent study has shown that a plant-based wholefood diet enriched with omega-3 fatty acid and vitamin D is able to reduce gingival ...

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Free webinar to focus on achieving predictable esthetic success

NEW YORK, U.S.: In an upcoming free webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 29, Dr. Francisco Marques dos Santos will be describing several clinical techniques that will...

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Young dentist's charity making positive changes throughout New Zealand

HAMILTON, New Zealand: Now into its sixth year, the charity Revive a Smile has made giant leaps in its ultimate goal of providing free dental care to those ...

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