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Daily reminders to enhance oral health: Guest editorial

In today’s fast-paced world, where stress often leads to forgetting even life’s essential health practices, simple and recurrent reminders are ...

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"Research cash awards in oral healthcare" - Guest editorial by Dr. Nilesh Pardhe

This article from Dr. Nilesh Pardhe, the Dean of Swargiya Dadasaheb Kalmegh Smruti Dental College & Hospital, (SDKSDCH) Hingna, District Nagpur is a ...

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Interim budget 2024: healthcare highlights

Out of Rs 90,658.63 crore allocated for the health ministry, Rs. 87,656.90 crore has been allocated to the Department of Health and Family Welfare while Rs ...

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Risk of lingual concavity in implantology: CBCT correlates with inferior alveolar nerve canal

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: A cross-sectional study conducted by Dr. Tanay Vijaykumar Chaubal and his team at the School of Dentistry, International Medical ...

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8th ACDI conference— huge success

The 8th annual conference of the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry India (ACDI), an affiliate of The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), held from ...

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“Impart Edu Symposium” elevates science beyond boundaries

Impart Education celebrated the completion of its 12-year journey with its symposium themed “Shaping Dentistry: Current Trends and Insights” which was a...

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NAAC introduces 2-stage accreditation system

In a significant move, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) announced on Saturday a paradigm shift in its accreditation process for ...

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Botox A for OSMF: a novel therapeutic approach

Oral Submucous Fibrosis (OSMF) is a chronic and potentially malignant condition that affects millions of people worldwide, particularly in Southeast Asia. ...

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Using AI for autoimmune disease management

Artificial Intelligence subsets such as machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) aid in recognizing disease patterns from medical data and help us to ...

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Machine learning in dental care 2024 and beyond

Machine Learning (ML) is a marvel of change in healthcare; it has changed the way medical professionals diagnose, treat, and manage diseases. Imagine a ...

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N. K. Patel & Sons' 125 years of dental excellence

2024 marks the  125th anniversary of N. K. Patel and Sons as a pioneering institution dedicated to advancing healthcare in India. Since its inception in ...

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Stress, intestinal barrier disruption, and autoimmune diseases

At least 50% of the onset of autoimmune diseases is attributed to unknown causes (1). Many retrospective studies have shown that most autoimmune disease ...

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Dental & engineering colleges sign MoU for research collaboration

Guru Nanak Institute of Dental Sciences & Research (GNIDSR), the first (2003) private dental college and hospital in West Bengal, and Grade A accredited...

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Impart Edu celebrates 12 years with their first symposium

Dental Tribune South Asia interviewed Drs. Ali Tunkiwala and Udatta Kher – the founders of Impart Education (IE) about their upcoming event “Shaping ...

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“Dental trauma management is not a one-size-fits-all process”

Dr Rajiv Patel from the US will be a speaker at the upcoming ROOTS SUMMIT, which will take place from 9 to 12 May in Athens in Greece. His lecture will ...

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ITI India Congress 2023 highlights current advances in implantology

The ITI India Congress 2023, hosted by the ITI Leadership Team India and Straumann India at the Grand Sheraton, Bangalore on the 25-26 of November 2023, was...

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Implant Expo 2023: Transforming implant failures to successful outcomes

The World Implant Expo (WIE) 2023— a global event designed by pioneers in implantology, brought implantologists together to help them improve their skills...

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Tissue engineering 2.0: Anthrobots that can repair damaged neural tissues

Scientists have just unveiled a revolutionary breakthrough—Anthrobots— self-assembling tiny robots made from your own cells that can repair damaged ...

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“The concept of the root canal blockage course was born out of the desire to teach and practise different techniques”

To make the wait for ROOTS SUMMIT 2024 a little sweeter, the organisers would like to spotlight some of the speakers for next year’s edition, which will ...

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Dental students say artificial intelligence should be included in curricula

LUCKNOW, India: Artificial intelligence (AI), a rapidly evolving technology, is increasingly relevant in various medical fields, including dentistry, for ...

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Enhancing oral care in autistic kids with sensory-adapted dental environments

Autistic children face diverse challenges in maintaining optimal oral health. These challenges encompass difficulties in adhering to standard oral hygiene ...

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Historic world first approval: CRISPR to treat genetic diseases

In a groundbreaking move, the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has approved the use of CRISPR gene editing technology to treat ...

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Improving oral health in India using mobile dental vans

WARDHA, India: Health authorities in India face several obstacles in the efficient delivery of dental care, including a dentist-to-population ratio that is ...

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Win free entry to ROOTS SUMMIT 2024, Athens

ATHENS, Greece: The ROOTS SUMMIT team invites dental professionals to submit their presentations to be included in the dynamic scientific programme. The ...

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ROOTS SUMMIT calls for submissions and launches roots magazine contest

ATHENS, Greece: The ROOTS SUMMIT team is excited to invite dental professionals to submit their presentations for inclusion in the dynamic scientific ...

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Prominent endodontist shares expertise on treating patients undergoing radiotherapy

As cancer treatments evolve, clinicians of all disciplines must also adapt their approaches to medical and dental treatments in order to best compensate for...

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Digital Dental Craftsman Convention (DDCC 2023)— huge success

The Indian Society of Digital Dentistry (ISDD) successfully organized the Digital Dental Craftsman Convention (DDCC) — a unique event where dentists and ...

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How Machine Learning (ML) is transforming dentistry

The past few decades have witnessed remarkable progress in the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in medicine, notably in...

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Reversing dysbiosis can treat autoimmune diseases

The human body consists of distinct and abundant microorganisms referred to as the microbiome [1]. The oral cavity is colonized by 700 different species of ...

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Interview: "AI and dental biomaterials can make great careers" Dr. Jason Griggs

Dr. Jason Griggs, Associate Dean of Research, School of Dentistry, University of Mississippi Medical Center, who was recently awarded the prestigious Wilmer...

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Clinical trials begin for drug that regrows teeth

Japanese scientists are on the brink of a dental revolution with their new drug that has sparked hope for growing teeth. Clinical trials are set to begin ...

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Polychromatic Layering Technique (PLT)—full protocol: a case report

Vanini described an anatomical stratification technique that goes beyond the typical three dimensions (hue, chroma, value) of color. The technique, ...

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Interview: "Digital Dental Craftsman Convention for lab technicians"

In this interview with Dental Tribune South Asia, Dr. Pankaj Chivte, the President of the Indian Society of Digital Dentistry (ISDD), and Dr. Vipin ...

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Interview: How to handle complex endodontic cases

Registration for ROOTS SUMMIT 2024 is open, and the organisers would like to introduce some of the great speakers and their lecture topics for next year’s...

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A rare variation in the root canal anatomy of a premolar

I start my editorial journey today as the editor of Endodontics & Biomimetic Dentistry with two topics in mind: The exploration of biomimetic ...

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Sleep apnea & dentists' role: are we missing the mark?

Dentists’ role in sleep disorders has grown, particularly in the collaborative care of individuals experiencing mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea ...

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