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Countdown begins for GC’s fifth International Dental Symposium

TOKYO, Japan: Japanese chemists developed the first dental cement in 1921, and the milestone led to the founding of what is now one of the biggest ...

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ROOTS SUMMIT 2022—“I can’t wait to experience the best endo meeting again”

Dr Jenner Argueta from Guatemala will be a speaker at the upcoming ROOTS SUMMIT, which will be held from 26 to 29 May in Prague in the Czech Republic. ...

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FDI World Dental Federation releases consensus statement on sustainable oral healthcare

GENEVA, Switzerland: Oral diseases affect approximately half of the world’s population, and oral healthcare greatly contributes to climate change. ...

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A significant milestone in implant production quality management

BERLIN, Germany: The CleanImplant Foundation, an established authority in evaluating the quality and cleanliness of implant surfaces, has awarded its ...

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Interview: “I am looking forward to the best EuroPerio ever”

Dental professionals have had to wait longer than usual for the world’s leading congress on periodontics and implant dentistry. Having been postponed ...

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Men with periodontitis and erectile dysfunction more likely to suffer major cardiovascular events, study says

GRANADA, Spain: A study led by researchers from the University of Granada has recently reported that men with periodontitis who ...

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Target endodontic microsurgery

Endodontic microsurgery (EMS) has become a more effective treatment compared with more traditional surgical approaches. Regardless of the technique ...

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“CAD/CAM materials play a key role in our research because they are the future”

Differences within material classes in CAD/CAM ceramics are not obvious at first glance. A knowledge of materials science is required in order to ...

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Envista announces rebranding of imaging business

BREA, Calif., US: Having divested its KaVo treatment unit and instrument business, Envista announced last week that its imaging segment will now be ...

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Interview: “At age 37, CEREC advances the restorative capabilities of dentists as never before”

CEREC was launched in 1985 as the first complete CAD/CAM system for the fabrication of dental restorations. Astoundingly, nearly four decades later, ...

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US military utilising 3D printing to deliver dental care on and off battlefield

SAN DIEGO, US: 3D printing is a powerful technology that the military has begun to apply across the board. Military physicians are now utilising the ...

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BBB Academy launches own educational campus

TURIN, Italy: The international non-profit scientific association Bone, Biomaterials & Beyond (BBB) Academy, which aims to promote research into bone...

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Demand for overdentures grows with world population ageing

SEOUL, South Korea: Globally, the population aged 65 and over is growing faster than all other age groups. According to data published by the United ...

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Interview with SmileAward winner Dr Barbara Sobczak

Every day, thousands of dental professionals across the globe use Straumann products to give patients the confidence to smile again, to laugh freely with...

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Dentistry to celebrate 100 years of IDS in 2023

COLOGNE, Germany: Next year, the International Dental Show (IDS) will be celebrating two milestones. In addition to holding the 40th edition ...

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Novel PCR test expected to improve oral cancer detection and treatment

LONDON, UK: Seeking to improve oral cancer detection and treatment, researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed the first polymerase ...

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Anthogyr launches Axiom X3

SALLANCHES, France: French implantology specialist Anthogyr has recently extended its Axiom implant system with the launch of Axiom X3. The Axiom implant...

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CleanImplant Foundation fights for contaminant-free dental implants

COMO, Italy: In November last year, 21 experts from 16 countries gathered in Como for a day of lectures, discussions and debate. The Ambassadors’ ...

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Indonesia embraces teledentistry to improve dental service coverage

JAKARTA, Indonesia: Teledentistry consultations are expected to increase after the Ministry of Health of Indonesia and the Indonesian Dental Association ...

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Interview: ROOTS SUMMIT “is not to be missed”

In about two months, ROOTS SUMMIT, one of the most exciting endodontic events of this year, will kick off in Prague in the Czech Republic. One of the ...

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Study sheds light on impact of COVID-19 pandemic on dental hygienists

CHICAGO, US: Similarly to other dental professionals, dental hygienists have been put in the spotlight during the COVID-19 pandemic owing to the belief ...

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3Shape Global Symposium: Adopting a digital denture workflow

As the president and owner of the Denture Center in Canada, Eric D. Kukucka has overseen the growth of a network of clinics that prioritise the creation ...

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Researchers present new device for measuring dental biofilm acidity

SEATTLE, US: Current diagnostic tools measure the presence of caries, rather than assessing the risk of developing caries. Routine monitoring of the acid...

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Sunstar provides oral care products, aid as Russia–Ukraine war deepens

ÉTOY, Switzerland: Sunstar is utilising the expertise that it gained in the aftermath of natural disasters in order to assist those affected by the ...

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Interview: Laser protocol for peri-implantitis treatment

Laser is becoming essential for every modern dental practice. Moreover, from an educational standpoint, there are many benefits in terms of the personal ...

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Quintessence to donate proceeds of upcoming webinar series to Ukraine

BERLIN, Germany: Quintessence Publishing Deutschland is inviting dental professionals wishing to contribute to humanitarian efforts in Ukraine to ...

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Interview with Dr Eric Block: “Dentistry is a grind”

Dr Eric Block is a full-time practising dentist in Acton in Massachusetts in the US. A few years ago, he became overwhelmed by the amount of stress that ...

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Treating dental fear at early age is more effective, research shows

OULU, Finland: Dental fear is one of the most common fears in developed countries. Globally, the overall prevalence in children and adolescents is ...

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First MIH network meeting: Dental academics and practitioners join forces to tackle MIH

LEUVEN, Belgium: The prevalence of molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) in paediatric patients around the world is currently estimated at about 13%. ...

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Manhattan dental office accepting cryptocurrency

NEW YORK, US: A Manhattan dental clinic’s adoption of cryptocurrency as a payment method has highlighted the growing acceptance of digital currencies ...

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