SEOUL, South Korea: Even though intra-oral scanners have been around for more than three decades and their use in dental practice is increasing, few investigations have evaluated the 3D accuracy of digital implant scans. As discrepancies between implant components must be minimal, researchers from Seoul National University School of Dentistry have evaluated the trueness of ten intra-oral scanners in determining the positions of simulated implant scan bodies.
While several European and western countries are still struggling with Covid-19 cases, enforcing restrictions on social gatherings, life seems to have returned almost to normal in much of Asia, including India. There has been a surge in the reports trying to explain the low numbers in Asia, but almost all of them lack a biological mechanism behind the fall in numbers. Now, a team of Indian scientists has described a plausible mechanism responsible for the contrast in the numbers seen worldwide.