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Henry Schein named one of World’s Most Admired Companies

NEW YORK, U.S.: Henry Schein has announced that it features on the FORTUNE World’s Most Admired Companies list for 2021. This marks the 20th consecutive ...

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FDI shares vision of oral healthcare delivery until 2030

GENEVA, Switzerland: For 120 years, FDI World Dental Federation has focused its mission on the goal of improving oral health worldwide. In a recently ...

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Interview: Fears and worries of dental students during COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Elham Kateeb’s professional career has been devoted to dentistry: She is an associate professor of dental public health and the dean of scientific ...

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Endodontists stress importance of closing dental dam gap

LEIPZIG, Germany: The idea of using a sheet of rubber to create a dry work environment for dental professionals goes back to the nineteenth century and can ...

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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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PD announces launch of its new website

VEVEY, Switzerland: PD is proud to announce the launch of its new website pd-dental.com, featuring a modern design, improved functionality, easy access to ...

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Future of endodontics main focus of 2019 ESE meeting

VIENNA, Austria: Congresses hosted by the European Society of Endodontology (ESE) are well known as highly educational meetings that combine the clinical ...

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World of dentistry meets in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.: “Be a part of something extraordinary” is the theme of the 2019 American Dental Association (ADA) FDI World Dental Congress, which ...

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Interview: “There is constant innovation in the area of whitening”

Tooth whitening treatments are of increasing importance in general dental offices and patients’ expectations of their family dentist are rising, as more ...

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Recovery from opioid use requires persistence and great range of services

BOSTON, U.S.: In order to bring the opioid epidemic in the U.S. under control, researchers and health care providers alike are on the hunt for solutions ...

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Age and race may impact frequency of dentist appointments

NEW YORK, U.S./HONOLULU, U.S.: Good oral health is increasingly recognized as an essential part of healthy aging. It is closely related to overall health ...

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Tooth analysis reveals secrets of our earliest ancestors

LISMORE/MELBOURNE, Australia: Extended parental care is considered one of the hallmarks of human evolution. Through tooth chemistry analysis, scientists ...

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Study reveals environmental impact of dental amalgam

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico/SPRING, Texas, U.S.: Mercury in dental amalgam is a hidden source of global mercury pollution, resulting from factors such as the ...

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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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Study evaluates staining properties of tobacco products

LONDON, UK: Studies by scientists at British American Tobacco (BAT) have shown that aerosol from potentially reduced-risk products (PRRPs), such as vapour ...

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From opening bottles to tearing Sellotape—Study reveals hazardous uses of teeth

RUGBY, UK/AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: According to the findings of a new study, most people do not just use their teeth for eating. The research by the Oral ...

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New evidence confirms long-term benefits of electric toothbrush use

SCHWALBACH, Germany/GREIFSWALD, Germany: A new study has shown that the long-term use of an electric toothbrush slows progression of periodontal disease and...

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World No Tobacco Day—FDI highlights role of dental practitioners

GENEVA, Switzerland: Annually on 31 May, the World Health Organization (WHO) and global partners celebrate World No Tobacco Day. This year, lung health is ...

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Oral health project addresses dental needs of prison inmates

DUNDEE, Scotland: Dental students from the University of Dundee have won an award for an innovative oral health project aimed at benefitting prison inmates....

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