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Dental students need better-quality artificial teeth for practice

LONDON, UK: Many dental students have reported frustration with typodont teeth that require significantly more force to cut than extracted teeth, thus ...

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War in Ukraine causing chaos for international dental students

ABUJA, Nigeria: The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) said in June that it would not recognise medical and dental degrees obtained from ...

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Survey shows 40% of UK dental students consider dropping out

LONDON, UK: Various organisations have undertaken to evaluate the quality of life of UK dental students during recent years, and particularly as students...

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King’s launches student society for sustainable dentistry

LONDON, UK: All industries are implicated in the need to reduce carbon emissions, and dentistry is no exception. A new student society at King’s College ...

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Oversubscribed dentistry degrees in England: Students offered payment to switch university

LONDON, UK: The UK government has adjusted the cap for medical and dentistry courses for 2021 in order to support the National Health Service workforce ...

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Worrisome level of vaccine hesitancy found among dental students

BRNO, Czech Republic: A study of the attitudes of dental students around the world towards COVID-19 vaccines found that 22.5% were hesitant and 13.9% ...

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How to use Straumann biomaterials—an overview for dental students

In an upcoming webinar specifically aimed at dental students, Dr Edgard El Chaar will review Straumann’s entire biomaterial portfolio. El Chaar, a former ...

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COVID-19 and dental education: Will dental schools admit new students in 2021?

LEIPZIG, Germany: Since the COVID-19 pandemic has severely restricted access to clinical practice, students around the world have been adversely affected by...

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SARS-CoV-2: An obstacle for the next generation of dentists and dental hygienists?

RICHMOND, Va., U.S.: The ongoing SARS-CoV-2 pandemic continues to create insecurity around the world. A survey of dental and dental hygiene students ...

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Interview: “For most people, toothbrushing is an unconscious action. iTOP changes this.”

Although toothbrushing is the most decisive factor in preventing oral disease, only a few patients and dental professionals know how to brush perfectly. ...

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New realistic mouth models aim to improve dental education

BIRMINGHAM, UK: New research being carried out in collaboration with the University of Birmingham will allow dental students to train on dental models that ...

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August issue of IADS Magazine now available

LEIPZIG, Germany: The International Association of Dental Students (IADS) plays a critical role in the personal and professional growth of dental students ...

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