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Interview: “At age 37, CEREC advances the restorative capabilities of dentists as never before”

CEREC was launched in 1985 as the first complete CAD/CAM system for the fabrication of dental restorations. Astoundingly, nearly four decades later, CEREC ...

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Interview: “It’s our goal to represent an open culture”

For this interview, Dental Tribune International met with Larry Bodony, president of exocad America and a system integration expert, at the company’s 2021...

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Journal of Dental Research article focuses on evolution of esthetic dentistry

ALEXANDRIA, Va., U.S.: This year, the Journal of Dental Research (JDR) is celebrating its publishing centenary. To mark the milestone, the journal has been ...

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Scientists extract extensive data from 1.77 million-year-old rhino tooth

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: In a discovery that may help reconstruct the evolution of many current and extinct species in a totally new way, scientists have ...

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The history of plastic toothbrushes and how they pollute our planet

LEIPZIG, Germany: A couple of weeks ago, the US company 4Ocean, which specialises in removing plastic waste from the ocean, shared a post on Facebook that ...

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Ancient chewing gum reveals new insight into Scandinavia

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: Chewing gum has long been something that many people use. In a recent discovery in Scandinavia, researchers have found that the first ...

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Research on fossilised teeth redefines human and Neanderthal history

LONDON, UK: Looking back in time through archaeology has revealed many insights to explain where Homo sapiens came from. By examining teeth, scientists have...

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Journal of Dental Research celebrates 100 years of publishing

ALEXANDRIA, Va., U.S.: Respected journals in dentistry are influential regarding the dissemination of new findings and groundbreaking research. This year, ...

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Researchers develop new method to determine biological sex of human skeletal remains

SACRAMENTO, Calif., U.S.: Through science, our ability to decode the past has continued to improve. In another advancement that will help archaeologists ...

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Women dentists now outnumber their male counterparts in Australia

SYDNEY, Australia: The latest figures out of Australia show that, for the first time in the island continent’s history, there are more women working in ...

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