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ADA launches public website for oral health information

SYDNEY, Australia: To encourage the improvement of the oral and general health of the public is one of the Australian Dental Association’s (ADA’s) three...

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A talk with TePe’s odontology experts about sustainability and oral health

COLOGNE, Germany: Oral diseases affect 3.5 billion people worldwide, and untreated dental caries is among the most prevalent non-communicable diseases. In ...

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Colgate Oral Health Network celebrates a decade of service to dental professionals

NEW YORK, U.S.: Launched in 2011 and sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive, Colgate Oral Health Network (COHN) is the dental team’s one-stop resource for free ...

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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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FDI webinar to discuss oral health in comprehensive cleft care

Clefts of the lip and palate are the most common birth defect of the face and mouth. Even children who undergo cleft surgery are often at an increased risk ...

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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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Tongue microbes may indicate cardiac health status

GUANGZHOU, China/SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France: The connection between oral health and general health is an ongoing focus of investigation in various areas of ...

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Opioid prescription habits of dentists brought into focus again

PITTSBURGH, U.S.: Between 2015 and 2018, the opioid epidemic in the U.S. cost the economy $631 billion, according to a report released by the Society of ...

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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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Art and dentistry collaborate in London

LONDON, UK: In the dental clinic setting, communication is key to both successful results and satisfaction. At a recent exhibition, titled “Heads up! ...

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Oral health industry opening more doors than ever before

SYDNEY, Australia: Most often, the images associated with the word dentistry are a chair in a room, bright lights and two or three sets of eyes peering into...

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LM-Dental recognised for its innovation

HELSINKI, Finland: The Finnish Dental Congress and Exhibition is a great event for dentists, dental assistants, oral hygienists, dental technicians and ...

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First Pacific Island oral surgery specialist to return to Fiji

DUNEDIN, New Zealand: The goal of improving the oral health standards of people from the Pacific Islands has been given a boost with the recent graduation ...

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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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Interview: Diets rich in plant foods are increasingly associated with healthy ageing

“The world of plants is fascinating,” Prof. Marcello Iriti says, in starting off the interview. “Since the beginning of humanity, plants have ...

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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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Straumann Group webinars put digital dental technology in focus

BASEL, Switzerland: Webinars are a brilliant way to keep up to date with the latest developments in dentistry and gain continuing education (CE) credits. ...

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Oral health in focus at recent European Union debate

BRUSSELS, Belgium: On 9 October, the Council of European Dentists (CED) and eight other European Union umbrella health organisations held a debate regarding...

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Vitamin D spray equally effective as capsules, study finds

LONDON, UK: All dentists know how important vitamin D is for healthy teeth and bones. In a new study, researchers from the University of Sheffield have ...

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Walking speed provides insight into oral health, study finds

DURHAM, N.C., U.S.: In a recent study, researchers from Duke University in Durham have found that the walking speed of 45-year-olds can reveal a ...

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Researchers link obesity to dietary changes from decades ago

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., U.S.: The obesity epidemic in the U.S has reached a new level of severity. Supersized food portions and an inactive lifestyle are often ...

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Pipeline program inspires a diverse community of students to study dentistry

NEW YORK, U.S.: Encouraging people from all socio-economic backgrounds to study dentistry can only mean good things for the profession as a whole. However, ...

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Webinar to focus on air polishing powders

ZURICH, Switzerland: Getting to know your tools as well as possible is important for anyone who wants to master his or her craft. In the field of dentistry ...

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Interview: “The number of dentists treated for IPF was 23 times higher than expected”

The health and safety of dental practitioners is an important topic. When a number of dental professionals were diagnosed with the commonly fatal condition ...

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Teeth from victims of Irish famine reveal dietary insights

EDINBURGH, UK: The Great Irish Famine is something etched into European history. The impact of the famine has been well documented, and in a new study that ...

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Abnormal mouth sores are focus of free webinar

ZURICH, Switzerland: Dental professionals are well placed to identify abnormal sores in the mouth to aid in early diagnosis of oral cancer. In a free Dental...

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Study finds Irish 3-year-olds are consuming too much sugar

DUBLIN, Ireland: Free sugars (FS) are sugars added to food during its production, as well as the sugars naturally present in honey, syrups and fruit juices....

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Researchers put surgical masks to the test

DALLAS, U.S.: Owing to constant face-to-face interaction with members of the public, dentists and other health care professionals are at a greater risk of ...

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Interview: “The sugar industry is a powerful and influential player”

Two papers recently published in The Lancet have focused on universal health care in the U.S. and globally. Co-authored by Dr. Habib Benzian, Associate ...

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GSK Behavioral Change Innovation Hub showcases at ADA FDI World Dental Congress

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.: Dentists often refer to encouraging positive behavioral change in their patients as one of the greatest challenges they face, and GSK ...

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