Sustainable development and the three pillars of sustainability are often mentioned in the media, but what do these terms actually mean, and how can the dental profession move towards a more environmentally friendly mindset and approach? In an upcoming webinar on Tuesday, 28 April, Dr Sanjay Haryana will answer these questions. Speaking to Dental Tribune International, Haryana provided a sneak peek into what webinar viewers can expect from the online seminar.
KRIENS, Switzerland: During the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the dental profession forms one of the most threatened groups. Close contact with patients, exposure to bodily fluids and the handling of sharp instruments all increase the risk of infection. So what can you do to keep yourself, your dental practice and your patients safe? We have compiled a list of procedures that you can implement in order to contribute to fighting any epidemic, not only the COVID-19 one, in your dental office.
SEOUL, South Korea: Dental implants are a key treatment for tooth loss, but can cause a variety of complications. One such complication is osteonecrosis, which can result from patients taking medications such as bisphosphonates for bone disease. Current treatments for osteonecrosis are not always effective. However, researchers from Yonsei University College of Dentistry in Seoul have reported their successful treatment of a patient using a new regimen.
SYDNEY, Australia: Most often, the images associated with the word dentistry are a chair in a room, bright lights and two or three sets of eyes peering into the mouth of a patient. However, as the industry grows, so too do the career options. A recent article from the University of Sydney featured staff and alumni who have forged interesting careers outside the clinic.