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China caps cost of dental implant treatment

BEIJING, China: The National Healthcare Security Administration (NHSA) has taken steps to lower the cost of dental implant treatment at public hospitals ...

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Dentists providing cosmetic injectables to require licence

LONDON, UK: A steady rise in the popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as injections of dermal fillers and botulinum toxin has resulted in ...

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U-turn on mandatory vaccination may be too late to avoid disruption to dental care

LONDON, UK: The government’s historic about-face on mandatory vaccination for National Health Service (NHS) staff may not prevent widespread damage to ...

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Direct-to-consumer orthodontics—GDC says innovation must not compromise patient safety

LONDON, UK: The General Dental Council (GDC) has welcomed innovation in dentistry, including where treatment and consultations occur remotely, but has ...

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Moving away from amalgam: New online tool helps dentists choose suitable restorative materials

LUCERNE, Switzerland: To support the dentists during the phasing down of dental amalgam, experts from Foundation Nakao’s management board have created an ...

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New Zealanders say no to legal cannabis, but does prohibition improve oral health?

WELLINGTON, New Zealand: Cannabis poses a threat to oral health, but most patients are reluctant to ask their dentists for advice about what largely remains...

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FDA changes stance on dental amalgam

WHITE OAK, Md., U.S.: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has updated its guidance for the use of dental amalgam in tooth restorations. The agency ...

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Teledentistry is here to stay—dental associations change gear to regulate

CHICAGO, U.S./LONDON, U.K.: A growing number of consumers are opting for remote orthodontic treatment, and it is likely that such services will continue to ...

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ADA adopts tough stance on vaping

CHICAGO, U.S.: The American Dental Association (ADA) in December adopted an interim policy that calls for a total ban on all vaping products that are not ...

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California bill offers protection to teledentistry patients

LOS ANGELES, U.S.: Consumers in California who receive treatment from teledentistry providers will be afforded new protection from January 2020. Crucially, ...

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Study calls for better guidelines to help diagnose burning mouth syndrome

CLEVELAND, U.S.: Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) can be difficult to diagnose because it has similar symptoms to conditions such as dry mouth. In a new study, ...

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US Environmental Protection Agency reinstate amalgam management ruling

WASHINGTON, USA: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a final rule on the management of dental amalgam discharges into sewer systems. The ...

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