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Aligners: More regulation or just a consumer product?

Why do we need to straighten teeth? How do we do it? What is the best way? These are the big questions nowadays, and I think that the answers to these ...

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Henry Schein to acquire Condor Dental and expand its operations in Switzerland

MELVILLE, N.Y., US: Henry Schein has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the privately held dental distribution company Condor Dental in a ...

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Dentsply Sirona to showcase innovative implant solutions and digital workflows at EuroPerio10

CHARLOTTE, N.C., US: From 15 to 18 June, Dentsply Sirona will be attending EuroPerio10, one of the ...

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Selling up for millions: Equity arbitrage increasing wealth of US dentists, but not for long

Dental market consolidation in the US is triggering high demand for clinics and some owners are taking advantage of equity arbitrage in order to make ...

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Nobel Biocare symposium to feature at new Envista Summit in Vienna

ZURICH, Switzerland: The Nobel Biocare Symposium will return this year in a new format as the implant track of the Envista Summit. Hosted by Nobel ...

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SprintRay’s latest 3D resin drives down the cost of a crown to just US$2

LOS ANGELES, US: Accessibility is a primary driver in the latest collaboration between SprintRay and BEGO. The ceramic-filled hybrid material that is ...

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Oral-B and Straumann announce landmark alliance for scientific education on peri-implant and periodontal health

GENEVA, Switzerland: In a watershed moment for continuing education, Oral-B and Straumann have recently announced that they have joined forces. By ...

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Eating disorders and dentistry: Identifying early signs in the dental office

RUGBY, UK: According to some eating disorder organisations and charities, between 1.25 and 3.40 million people in the UK are affected by an eating ...

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Dental sales a mixed bag as war and supply difficulties bog down pandemic recovery

LEIPZIG, Germany: Dental companies may have expected a widespread ebbing away of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic to bring them out of the financial woods. ...

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GC supports resumption of in-person dental meetings in Brazil

FLORIANÓPOLIS, Brazil: Between 27 and 30 April, more than 1,200 dental professionals took part in the many engaging activities and learning ...

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“This is how NHS dentistry will die”: BDA issues warning after decline in dental services reported

LONDON, UK: A new poll commissioned by the British Dental Association (BDA) has revealed several worrying trends about the state of public dentistry in ...

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How can remote monitoring lead to better treatment outcomes?

A prevailing myth in healthcare is that the expertise of practitioners is only accessible on-site. The reality is becoming quite different today. With ...

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Digital dentistry is not the future; it is the present

BASEL, Switzerland: It is clear from the growing number of clinicians already using digital technologies that offering simple, safe and more pleasant ...

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Norwegian study finds high pain intensity is a risk factor of non-resolving TMD

BERGEN, Norway: Existing research indicates that temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are the second most frequent source of disability and pain in the ...

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Parties to the Minamata Convention on Mercury further strengthen phase-down approach to dental amalgam

GENEVA, Switzerland: To date, more than 100 countries have ratified the Minamata Convention on Mercury, a global treaty to curb the effects of mercury ...

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Jönköping University aims to create new dental programme to address dentist shortage in Sweden

JÖNKÖPING, Sweden: Sweden has too few dentists in 18 of its 21 regions, and this is expected to continue until at least 2035. To close this gap, ...

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The role of the orthodontist: Healthcare provider or salesperson?

The demand for gorgeous, perfect smiles has exploded in recent years. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the amount of time spent behind the screen, whether ...

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Migrate to the future with Dentsply Sirona’s DS Core

In an online launch event with more than 5,000 viewers since last week, Dentsply Sirona unveiled their newest and easy to use software. Dental Tribune ...

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Review: This was ROOTS SUMMIT 2022

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: Over 400 people from 42 countries travelled to Prague to attend ROOTS SUMMIT 2022, which was held at the innovative Cubex ...

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Digitally visualise clear aligner treatment results with new Align Technology outcome simulator

TEMPE, Ariz., US: Align Technology has introduced a new digital tool that uses advanced algorithms to provide in-face visualisation of a patient’s ...

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Prosthetic rehabilitation with short GTB implants: A case report with nine-year follow-up

Implant-prosthesis systems have continuously evolved regarding osseointegration, implant size reduction and long-term predictability results, guided by ...

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Invisible orthodontics market: North American market remains solid, Chinese market grows rapidly

The global invisible orthodontics market size was valued at US$2.9 billion (€2.7 billion) in 2020. It is expected to reach US$11.6 billion in 2027, ...

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“Colleagues challenged me to predict where caries might occur in the mouth”

A new prototype device paves the way for pinpointing exactly where acidity in oral biofilm is increasing and thus where caries is most likely to develop....

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“Having a digital practice will be vital for practice growth”

Dental Tribune International (DTI) had the opportunity to speak with Jim Zarzour, head of dental solutions at Nexa3D, a company specialising in the ...

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Study analyses tooth survival after root canal therapy in US population

INDIANAPOLIS, US: Though there have been many studies on the survival rate of endodontically treated teeth, only a relatively small proportion of these ...

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Kuraray Noritake Dental launches PANAVIA Veneer LC

HATTERSHEIM AM MAIN, Germany: Veneer treatment can be challenging. The aesthetic expectations of patients opting for veneers are extraordinarily high. It...

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SprintRay innovations enable faster 3D-printing workflows

LOS ANGELES, US: SprintRay has announced the launch of the Pro S dental 3D printer product line in combination with RayWare Cloud and new SprintRay ...

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“If it’s better for the body, it’s better for the patient”

ROOTS SUMMIT 2022 has been an event of deep learning, offering the latest takes on methodology and technology in endodontics. Dental Tribune ...

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“Endodontics is more artisan”

The wait for ROOTS SUMMIT is over, and attendees are already raving over the presentations and hands-on courses. ...

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ROOTS SUMMIT makes great comeback in Prague

PRAGUE, Czech Republic: ROOTS SUMMIT, the leading global symposium for endodontics, is currently taking place until 29 May at the modern Cubex Centre ...

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