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Clear aligner company uLab Systems included in list of fastest-growing US companies

MEMPHIS, Tenn., US: The young orthodontic company uLab Systems has been recognised as one of the fastest-growing private enterprises in the US for 2022. ...

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Doctors should confirm penicillin allergy claims to prevent antibiotic overuse in dentistry

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: Antibiotic resistance as a result of overprescription is a topic of great concern for researchers and activists across all specialties...

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“Our tools make so much sense for anyone who has teeth”

Toothbrushing has not changed all that much over the last century, and other than the advent of individual flossers, neither has flossing. Inventor and ...

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New Zealand researchers conduct successful trial of needle-free dental anaesthesia

DUNEDIN, New Zealand: Dental anxiety continues to be a significant impediment to patients receiving dental care, and minimally invasive approaches have ...

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Is there still a scientific literature?

Many years ago, Prof. Pierluigi Sapelli, having to organise a meeting on evidence-based dentistry, “forced” me to give a talk on the subject. This ...

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The greatest workforce crisis of NHS, UK

The National Health Service (NHS), founded in 1948, is going through the greatest workforce crisis in its history.

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Ever heard of 'digital nitrous oxide ?' - the future of dental patient management

A newer, faster, easier, safer option is all set to replace Nitrous oxide in pain & anxiety management in the dental ...

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Hospital in South Korea to develop first 3D-integrated dental analysis platform

SEOUL, South Korea: Kyung Hee University Dental Hospital has recently signed a business agreement with Osteoid, a developer of 3D medical imaging ...

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Global clear aligner market: The stars are aligned

BURNABY, Canada: The global clear aligner market continues to grow at a rapid pace and looks set to overtake fixed appliances as the most popular ...

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OSSTEM Implant: “Our aim is to become a total service provider”

South Korea has one of highest rates in the world of the number of patients receiving implant surgery per 100,000 inhabitants, and Dr Kyoo-Ok Choi has ...

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Artificial intelligence may automate design of biomimetic single-tooth protheses

HONG KONG: Even with the support of modern CAD/CAM technology, creating a dental prosthesis is still rather time-consuming, resulting in more chair time ...

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Interview: The rise and rise of Saveetha Dental College

Saveetha Dental College, Chennai has not only topped the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ranking table in India but has also come on the ...

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“At Neoss, we have the luxury of being able to be more forward-oriented”

At EuroPerio10, Dental Tribune International met up with Dr Robert Gottlander, who took over the position of CEO and president of Neoss at the end of ...

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Indian Orthodontic Society campaigns against at-home aligner treatment

CHENNAI, India: The Indian Orthodontic Society (IOS) has submitted a complaint about direct-to-consumer (D2C) clear aligner therapy to the country’s ...

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2022: landmark year for CRISPR as CRISPR 2.0 enters human trials

It’s trial time for – base editing – the newer version of CRISPR. Often called CRISPR 2.0, this technology will enter human trials in 2022....

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Genetically modified herpes viruses fight cancer

STUTTGART – Viruses can make animals and humans sick – or healthy: Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and ...

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Alexa, show me the bitewings of tooth no. 3

When you think of Alexa, the first thing that comes to mind is how it plays the music of our choice, sets reminders, and tells us about the weather. Now ...

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PhD student develops program that better prepares surgeons for mandibular reconstruction

SYDNEY, Australia: Utilising CAD tools, CT scans and a specially developed computer algorithm, Ben Ferguson, a PhD student at the University of ...

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Prof. Dr. Latha Anandkrishna: a beacon of inspiration gone too soon

This is a heartfelt tribute to Dr. Latha Anandkrishna by Prof Dr. Vibha Shetty, Prof of Prosthodontics, MS Ramaiah Dental College, Bengaluru.

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If you love Aesthetic Dentistry, Rome is the place this October!

The 19th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry (ESCD) is scheduled to take place in the ancient city of Rome, Italy, this October....

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Researchers develop shape-shifting microrobots that can brush, floss and rinse teeth

PHILADELPHIA, Penn., US: A good oral hygiene routine requires manual dexterity and can be difficult for elderly people and people with disabilities. ...

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Bruxism: Is the implant failure risk real?

With the findings from earlier studies being controversial, and the only two systematic reviews ever conducted being inconclusive, this topic was a big ...

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Thailand wants to become dental tourism hub

BANGKOK, Thailand: The Kingdom of Thailand wants to stimulate its economy by becoming an international hub for medical and dental treatment. A pilot ...

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Artificial intelligence shows promise for detecting periodontal status in bitewing radiographs

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Researchers in Turkey have examined the extent to which deep learning artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms are able to identify ...

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Researchers developing 3D ultrasound system for accurate, safe diagnosis of dental disease

EDMONTON, Canada: A team of researchers at the University of Alberta has secured funding to develop a 3D ultrasound device that would allow dentists to ...

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Clinicians discuss their nightmare cases at EuroPerio10

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Typically, dental congresses provide an ideal platform for speakers to present and discuss some of their ...

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