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Applied dentistry research declining, study finds

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: A focus on academic excellence has resulted in a science system that incentivises scientists to publish in high-impact journals, ...

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Data from UK registry shows slight increase in number of dentists in 2022

LONDON, UK: The General Dental Council (GDC) has recently announced that the number of dentists on the UK register remained stable after the annual ...

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Interview: “Just like my family, the CDS is steeped in dental tradition”

Since Dr. Thomas F. Schneider Jr. grew up in a family of dentists, dentistry is to him like a family business, in which each member of the family passes ...

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Poor glycaemic control results in tooth loss in middle age, study finds

ŌTSU, Japan: In the largest study of its kind, researchers in Japan have analysed glycaemic control and natural tooth retention to investigate the ...

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Part 3: Sustainable dentistry in 500 words or more

SINGAPORE: In this third article on sustainable dentistry, sustainable procurement will be covered. The definition of procurement is obtaining goods and ...

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Systematic review examines status quo of robot technology in dentistry

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: Robotic technologies have long since ceased to be the stuff of sci-fi and have become a real and reliable part of many areas of ...

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Interview on human factors and how a helicopter crash led to improved dental treatment outcomes

During the upcoming 2021 European Association for Osseointegration (EAO) Digital Days, Dr Franck Renouard will explain how human factors influence ...

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MODJAW: A next-generation digital dentistry solution

VILLEURBANNE, France: 4D dentistry is driven by the idea that both static and dynamic parameters should be considered in order to enable complete ...

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Interview: “Even the most experienced clinician is inconsistent—AI is not”

Dr Kyle Stanley is a specialist in implantology, founder of a company transforming patient care through artificial intelligence (AI) and a passionate ...

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Why emotional intelligence in dentistry is a vital skill

LEIPZIG, Germany: Emotional intelligence (EI) relates to the ways in which an individual can understand and manage his or her own needs as well as recognise...

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How dental providers can take action to benefit from data dentistry

BERLIN, Germany: In our modern society, data has become a key resource that allows for the storage and analysis of important information which then ...

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Interview: “This could be the beginning of a new way we do local dentistry”

Fiona Perry, from Perthshire in Scotland, started her journey in dentistry as a dental nurse in the early 1980s, and a couple of years later, she qualified ...

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Sustainable development—50 years of progress

SINGAPORE: Moving from a limited focus on the environment to recognising the importance of health, well-being and prosperity of people and the planet, the ...

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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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Interview: “One must take advantage of cutting-edge technology”

There is no way around it: digitalisation is inevitable in all aspects of life, including, of course, in dentistry. Dr Dalia el-Bokle, an orthodontics ...

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How artificial intelligence is shaping dentistry in 2021

The topic of artificial intelligence (AI) has always stirred up both intrigue and intimidation; the fear of the unknown is strong, but with the rise of ...

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Interview: Sustainable dentistry is a philosophy that offers the best version of ourselves

Dr Primitivo Roig from Spain is a dentist who combines his clinical practice with a great dedication to the dissemination of knowledge about management in ...

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How diseases change standards in dentistry

LEIPZIG, Germany: In the 1980s, HIV—which causes Aids—modified the practice of oral healthcare. Now 40 years later, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on...

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A guide to eco-friendly dentistry

LEIPZIG, Germany: Sustainability in dentistry is more than a trend. It is a reality that businesses of all sizes have to face and find ways to adapt if we ...

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New insight into control of dental treatment spray emission during SARS-CoV-2 pandemic

LONDON, UK: One of the greatest challenges for the dental profession in returning to normal business is the inherent risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission via ...

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Best jobs: Dentistry makes top ten list for 2021

WASHINGTON, U.S.: This year, there are only eight jobs that are better than that of dentist, according to the 2021 list of best jobs in the U.S. compiled by...

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BIOLASE and DCA plan to expand laser adoption in dental offices

IRVINE, Calif., U.S.: The dental laser innovator BIOLASE has announced an agreement with Dental Care Alliance (DCA), one of the largest dental support ...

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Paradigm shift in dentistry: Dr Pallavi Patil on practicing during the pandemic

At this point during the COVID-19 pandemic, many dental offices have begun to adapt to the current situation and resumed their day-to-day work. However, ...

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New research provides insight into COVID-19’s impact on dentistry

CHAMPIONSGATE, Fla., U.S.: In the interest of public health, the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) has published a new research ...

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Interview: “Minimally invasive dentistry is the better dentistry”

On 20 June, GC Europe will be holding its first international congress on minimum intervention (MI) dentistry. As an introduction, German-based dentist Dr ...

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SARS-CoV-2: Aerosols in dentistry

NYON, Switzerland: In a recent blog post, Swiss company EMS Electro Medical Systems spoke about the great challenges the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has posed for ...

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Interview: Dentistry will be different once dental practice resumes

Dr. Leslie Fang is a world-renowned physician, educator and businessman who has been lecturing extensively about the implications of SARS-CoV-2 for ...

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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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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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