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The ICD receives its largest donation in history from Henry Schein Cares

FLINT, Mich., U.S.: The International College of Dentists (ICD) Global Visionary Fund (GVF) has received $3.6 million worth of personal protective equipment...

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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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Henry Schein presents view on the future of dentistry

MELVILLE, N.Y., U.S.: During the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting, which took place online for the first time this year, Henry Schein virtually ...

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Researchers stress importance of appropriate PPE selection during COVID-19 pandemic

OPORTO, Portugal: A recently published paper, which is the second of a three-part series on the management of COVID-19 in clinical dental care settings, ...

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Dentists in Scotland voice concerns over expired personal protective equipment

LONDON, UK: Dentists in Scotland have recently voiced their concerns over receiving stocks of free expired personal protective equipment (PPE). Since the ...

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Dental sales at Henry Schein drop by over 40%

MELVILLE, N.Y., U.S.: In May, Henry Schein Executive Chairman and CEO Stanley M. Bergman described the SARS-CoV-2 crisis as “one of the most trying ...

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Is PPE the new gold and who is paying for it?

HOLLY RIDGE, N.C., U.S.: Recent comparisons between the value of personal protective equipment (PPE) and the value of gold have raised some interesting ...

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Survey highlights inadequate supply of PPE to front-line workers by hospitals

DAVOS, Switzerland: An international cross-sectional survey has found that most surgeons believed that the supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) to ...

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A-dec joins fight against SARS-CoV-2 by manufacturing PPE

NEWBERG, Ore., U.S.: Dental equipment manufacturer A-dec has announced that it has begun manufacturing personal protective equipment (PPE) in response to ...

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Dentists in Denmark and Norway go back to work

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Dental clinics in Denmark were permitted to reopen on 20 April, and Norwegian dentists have started to provide non-emergency treatment ...

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