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A guide to evidence-based clinical evaluation of dental 3D printing

Technologies are producing a paradigm shift in all areas of healthcare. Dentistry has seen significant changes in this context. Alongside new patient ...

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Dental assistants and lab workers added to Canada’s skilled worker immigration programme

OTTAWA, Canada: The occupations dental assistant and dental laboratory assistant have been added to Canada’s Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) programme, ...

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Exocad offers software training for laboratories and clinics

DARMSTADT, Germany: Exocad, an Align Technology company and a leading dental CAD/CAM software provider, has announced that licensees can book individual ...

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3Shape acquires laboratory management software provider LabStar

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: 3Shape has recently announced that it has acquired LabStar—a cloud-based laboratory management software (LMS) provider headquartered ...

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Tom Loughran appointed general manager of Greater New York Dental Meeting

NEW YORK: Tom Loughran has been named the new general manager of the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM). In the role, Loughran, who has extensive and ...

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Endodontic treatment and the magic lamp

Sensitive or traumatised patients require special attention, whether they are adults or children. Sometimes both the clinician and the patient share a ...

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Osstem Implant to develop synthetic bone by 2026

SEOUL, South Korea: Specialists at the Osstem’s Bone Science Research Institute devote themselves to developing ways to regenerate bone and soft tissue by...

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Scotland’s poorest paying the price for dental crisis, says British Dental Association

EDINBURGH, Scotland: Fresh statistics from Public Health Scotland have revealed widening oral healthcare inequities in Scotland, and the British Dental ...

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Kuraray Noritake Dental launches Esthetic Colorant for KATANA Zirconia

TOKYO, Japan: A particularly chromatic cervical area and pronounced mamelons and translucencies in the incisal area—every natural tooth has its ...

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Oral healthcare inequalities: Black women in Brazil have higher tooth loss prevalence

CAMPINAS, Brazil: Differences in socio-economic status, sex and race may impact equal access to healthcare. Diving deeper into the topic, researchers have ...

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Abstract submission for FDI World Dental Congress 2023 now open

GENEVA, Switzerland: The 2023 FDI World Dental Congress is set to take place from 24 to 27 September in Sydney in Australia and is being organised by FDI ...

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Immediate implant placement and provisionalisation of a mandibular first molar

The aim of this article is to present a case of immediate implant placement and provisionalisation of a mandibular molar with the PrimeTaper EV implant ...

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Unique partnership provides lacking dental care for Australia’s rural Indigenous community

DALBY, Australia: Outplacement programmes focused on prevention and education are an established approach to improving oral healthcare access for ...

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Small but powerful: Microrobots may enhance endodontic treatments

PHILADELPHIA, US: New developments in small-scale robotics and nanotechnology offer previously unimagined opportunities for new diagnostic and therapeutic ...

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“It is a worthwhile pursuit to make your practice dementia‑friendly!”

Adria Thompson is a speech–language pathologist on a mission to help clinicians and caregivers of people with dementia improve the care they provide. ...

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Smoking during pregnancy associated with dental anxiety, according to new study

TURKU, Finland: Dental anxiety has implications for dental treatment, since sufferers may delay care, negatively affecting oral health and quality of life. ...

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Novel application of jaw advancement surgery helps treat OSA and improves facial appearance

HONG KONG, CHINA: Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) may result in hypopnoea or apnoea during sleep. If left untreated, the condition may cause adverse health ...

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Scientists analyse bacteria on clear aligners

MOSCOW, Russia: One primary benefit of aligners over fixed appliances is that, because they can be removed, biofilm formed on the teeth can be more easily ...

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New summary of antimicrobial prescription guidelines available

LONDON, UK: To help dental teams play their part in tackling the problem of antimicrobial resistance, the College of General Dentistry and Faculty of Dental...

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Endodontics fine motor skills with the use of conventional and 3D microscopy—a comparative study

Owing to the introduction of magnification principles in dentistry, new techniques have been implemented for the successful performance of endodontic ...

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Planmeca to demonstrate small- and large-scale digital workflow solutions at IDS 2023

HELSINKI, Finland: Visitors to Planmeca’s booth at the International Dental Show (IDS) from 14 to 18 March will be treated to exclusive demonstrations of ...

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Study links oral microbiome to depression and anxiety

XI’AN, China: An increasing body of evidence has suggested that changes in the gut microbiota play a significant role in the development of anxiety, ...

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AOSC returns to Singapore in February

SINGAPORE: For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Association of Orthodontists (Singapore) Congress (AOSC) will take place as an ...

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Imagoworks announces distributor agreement with Japanese dental supplier Ci Medical

SEOUL, South Korea: Imagoworks, a South Korean company that develops digital dental solutions driven by artificial intelligence (AI), has recently announced...

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Osstem announces new focus through the Osstem Implant Scientific Community

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Osstem Implant’s AIC Europe, its Advanced Dental Implant Research and Education Center, will be changing its name to more fully ...

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Dentists express limitations in treating patients with disabilities

AJMAN, UAE: A study by researchers in Iraq and the UAE has found that dentists working in these countries feel ill-equipped to provide optimal oral care to ...

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Large-scale study links periodontitis and inflammatory bowel disease

MALMÖ, Sweden: Even though previous research has suggested a link between periodontitis and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), the relationship and its ...

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ADA reveals new insights into expanding use of intra‑oral appliances

CHICAGO, US: Expanded applications for intra-oral appliances have led to many US dentists providing them to their patients on a regular basis. Fresh ...

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Neoss Group announces expansion across UK, Ireland and Nordic region

HARROGATE, UK: As Neoss Group continues its successful expansion across the European market, the company has announced further appointments to leadership ...

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Sustainability in dentistry: Urgent call to action

Our profession deals with issues that rarely improve on their own. In fact, most dental problems will become more challenging unless we intervene with ...

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