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Accelerated aligners with photobiomodulation

When I first heard about clear aligners in the early 2000s (the US Food and Drug Administration approved the use of clear aligners to straighten teeth in ...

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New research may expedite regenerative dentistry

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: Understanding of cell types and the mechanisms of dental growth is essential for the reconstruction and engineering of teeth. Therefore, ...

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COVID-19 update: Nordic dentists continue to be affected by pandemic

LEIPZIG, Germany: Though the Nordic countries share many similar cultural and social traits, their respective governments’ responses to the ongoing ...

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Study shows sharp decrease in periodontal treatment and tooth loss in Norway

OSLO, Norway: Periodontal disease is a global health issue, and many countries consistently report high levels of the disease among the population. The ...

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Osstell launches e-learning campus and brings annual ISQ scientific symposium online

GOTHENBURG, Sweden: In order to stay connected with the dental community and provide clinicians with increased opportunities for continuing education, ...

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Dr Seppo Lindroos: "The sky's the limit in dental technology"

HELSINKI, Finland: Dr Seppo Lindroos is an experienced dentist and the founder of the MEDIDENT dental clinic, located in Helsinki. The clinic is fully ...

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Occlusion principles for the practising dentist in the digital age

What do dentists want to know about occlusion? Occlusion may appear complicated because of the multiple factors involved, such as teeth, muscles and the ...

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Management of iatrogenic pulpal floor perforation in a mandibular molar with MTA and PRF

This was a challenging case with the combined issues of a failed root canal therapy and an iatrogenic perforation of the floor of the pulp chamber. Though ...

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Research discovery could help create stronger, more durable dental fillings

EDMONTON, Alberta, Canada/LONDON, U.K.: Given that more than 2.3 billion people are estimated to suffer from dental caries, any potential advances in dental...

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Eklund Foundation dental research grant applications open for 2020

MALMÖ, Sweden: For the fifth year running, the Eklund Foundation for Odontological Research and Education is offering a number of grants to help fund ...

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Researchers develop model to automatically localise mandibular canals

ESPOO, Finland: To place an implant, dental professionals first have to localise the mandibular canal, which is typically done using CBCT imaging ...

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Dentists in Denmark and Norway go back to work

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Dental clinics in Denmark were permitted to reopen on 20 April, and Norwegian dentists have started to provide non-emergency treatment ...

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Endodontic follow-up in strongly curved root canals

The lasting success of any root canal therapy is always only apparent after long-term observation. In this article, based on a case study, the author ...

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Dentine hypersensitivity experience using toothpaste with added bioglass: A clinical trial

In our clinical practices, dentine hypersensitivity (DH) has always been a challenge. Our best approach was to suggest at-home solutions such as sensitivity...

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Planmeca wins 2020 Red Dot Award for best product design

HELSINKI, Finland: The Planmeca Solanna Vision operating light with integrated 4K cameras has been awarded a Red Dot in this year’s Red Dot Award: Product...

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Dynamic navigation—The future of minimally invasive endodontics

Dynamic real-time surgical navigation digital imaging, diagnostics and impressions, and the use of computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacture ...

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Dual-light photodynamic therapy helps kill oral bacteria

ESPOO, Finland: Regular toothbrushing helps maintain good oral health, but does not completely prevent the occurrence of oral disease. To help kill ...

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Researchers link increased use of antibiotics to Parkinson’s disease

HELSINKI, Finland: Antibiotic overprescribing continues to be a major concern in dentistry. In most cases, readily prescribing antibiotics to patients ...

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DTI moves north and introduces Denmark and Norway to its network

LEIPZIG, Germany/HELLERUP, Denmark: Dental Tribune International (DTI) has recently welcomed a new partner to its global group of publishers: DentaNet, a ...

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New at-home bruxism monitoring device is highly accurate, researchers find

JOENSUU, Finland: In a new study, researchers from the University of Eastern Finland have developed a new, more affordable method of monitoring bruxism. ...

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Interview: “Using cell therapy for bone regeneration is promising”

Prof. Kamal Mustafa from the Department of Clinical Dentistry at the University of Bergen in Norway is sponsoring and leading, together with Dr Cecilie ...

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In dentistry, image is everything

HELSINKI, Finland: Three-dimensional dental imaging technology and software continue to make great strides when it comes to improving image quality. ...

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Researchers use snowflakes to explain tooth enamel formation

HELSINKI, Finland: Researchers from the University of Helsinki and Aalto University in Finland have used the snowflake formation process as a way to explain...

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Edelweiss PEDIATRIC CROWNs: A new and innovative approach to restoring primary teeth

The management of dental caries in children is necessary because caries is a progressive disease which can eventually damage the tooth and can be ...

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"The future of dentistry will be driven by data"

HELSINKI, Finland: Digital dentistry has been talked about as the future of the industry for nearly two decades, but as digital dental technology gradually ...

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Improving the facial balance in an adult using slow arch development techniques

Anti-ageing is a branch of medicine focused on how to prevent, slow or reverse the effects of ageing, thus helping people to live longer and healthier ...

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Norwegian dental healthcare professionals could play greater role in snus prevention, study says

OSLO, Norway: Researchers have recently investigated attitudes and activities among dental healthcare professionals working in the public dental service ...

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Finnish public dental service personnel face healthcare reform

HELSINKI, Finland: A healthcare reform will replace present healthcare and social services in Finland, which are centred on public provision, with a ...

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Study links childhood oral infections and adult carotid atherosclerosis

HELSINKI, Finland: The importance of good oral health from a young age is a message that still needs to reach many people. Recently, a Finnish 27-year ...

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What impact is all that noise having on your hearing?

COLOGNE, Germany: Dental professionals are exposed to constant dental noise from several sources. Various studies show evidence of the hearing damage caused...

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