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New RFID intelligence in the dental clinic helps translate data into efficiency, safety and savings

COLOGNE, Germany: LM-Dental, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of ergonomic dental instruments, actively works with dental clinics to ensure its ...

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The Humble Co. collaborates with investor to further reduce plastic waste in dental products

STOCKHOLM, Sweden: After experiencing the negative environmental impact of plastic waste while performing voluntary work in Jamaica, Dr Noel Abdayem decided...

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Nice, Hamburg, Oslo, Limassol and Athens to host upcoming EOS congresses

EDINBURGH, UK: While this year’s European Orthodontic Society (EOS) Congress is still running, the members of the EOS are already planning far ahead. With...

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Nordic Institute of Dental Education offers CE course in aesthetic dentistry

HELSINKI, Finland: The Nordic Institute of Dental Education (NIDE) is a Planmeca subsidiary specialising in high-quality continuing education (CE). As an ...

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Second face transplant operation in Nordic countries performed in Finland

HELSINKI, Finland: The second face transplant procedure in the history of the Nordic countries was performed earlier this year in the Hospital District of ...

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Planmeca makes new appointments within Plandent

HELSINKI, Finland: In seeking to strengthen Planmeca’s management and to support its distribution business, the Finland-based company has recently ...

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Periodontitis-causing bacteria could trigger cancer

HELSINKI, Finland: Researchers in Finland have investigated the role of a bacterium strongly associated with periodontitis in the development of oral and ...

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Finnish Innovation Award honours pioneering dental products

HELSINKI, Finland: At the 2017 Finnish Dental Congress and Exhibition in Helsinki, the third Innovaatio (Innovation) Award again recognised new products, ...

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Norwegian study focuses on dog-assisted therapy in the dental practice

TROMSØ, Norway: To help with the lowering of stress and anxiety in some patients who find undergoing dental treatment difficult, dogs have been introduced ...

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Will Norway have fewer dentists in the future?

OSLO, Norway: Dentist and University of Oslo lecturer Dr Carl Christian Blich believes Norway will be a place in which fewer dentists are required in the ...

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Treatment options for the edentulous arch

Historically, when a patient’s dental condition reached a state of total tooth loss, treatment was limited to a complete denture with no hope of ...

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Update on tooth whitening and remineralisation with nHAp

Consider this the new era of painless teeth whitening and the end to soft tissue damage caused by hydrogen peroxide. Developments in the past five years ...

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Eleven tips for success in your dental clinic Part II: CAPS & CLIMB

Today, I will share with you the knowledge I have gained within the past 25 years of managing and evolving my clinic so you can always be one step ahead and...

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Materials and systems for all ceramic CAD/CAM restorations

Dental crowns have been used for decades to restore compromised, heavily restored teeth, and for aesthetic improvements. New Computer Aided Design/Computer ...

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Interview: “The focus has to be on a population-based preventative approach”

This afternoon at Pavilion 15 (Earth Hall A, Level 2), Chair of the FDI World Dental Federation’s Science Committee Dr Harry-Sam Selikowitz from ...

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Eleven tips for success in your dental clinic—Part I: SWOT analysis and loyal patients

During this journey towards business growth and educational development with this new series on tips for success in your dental clinic, I am going to ...

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Norway establishes working group for infection control and hygiene in dentistry

OSLO, Norway: A new working group for infection control and hygiene in dental practice aims to establish universal and updated guidelines for practitioners ...

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Health survey indicates fewer smokers and less soda consumption in Norway

OSLO, Norway: New data from Statistics Norway indicate that Norwegian health habits have improved in recent years. According to recent figures from the 2015...

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Norwegian health campaign warns about dangers of snus use during pregnancy

OSLO, Norway: The Norwegian Directorate of Health has launched a new campaign to inform the public about the risks associated with snus use during ...

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A short history of the NiTi file revolution

Nowhere in dentistry is technical progress as rapid as it is in modern endodontics. The development of flexible nickel-titanium (NiTi) files in the late ...

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Alternative medicine used to cure amalgam-attributed health complaints

TROMSØ, Norway: Norwegian researchers have investigated the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in patients with health complaints ...

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Oral mucosal cells help to cure blindness

OSLO, Norway: Findings from the University of Oslo give hope to individuals suffering from impaired vision due to stem cell deficiency of the cornea. Using ...

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Rare autoimmune disease could be more common than previously thought

BERGEN, Norway: Researchers from the University of Bergen have found that a rare autoimmune disease called autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome Type 1 (APS-1) ...

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Better diagnosis and treatment for Sjögren’s syndrome

BERGEN, Norway: Muscle pain, fatigue, a dry mouth and trouble swallowing—these are the most common symptoms in Sjögren’s syndrome patients....

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DTI introduces Nordic edition

LEIPZIG, Germany: With the recent launch of the Dental Tribune Nordic Edition, Dental Tribune International (DTI) has added a new print publication to its ...

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Increased cancer risk: Snus use has tripled in Norway

OSLO, Norway: It has been known for a long time that the consumption of snus endangers oral health. According to a new report by the Norwegian Institute of ...

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The Virtual Facebow: A digital companion to implantology

The Virtual Facebow has been developed as an open-source tablet app that provides an alternative to the conventional facebow for the mounting of casts to an...

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Scientists from Norway develop scaffolding to repair severe teeth and jawbone defects

OSLO, Norway: Dental researchers at the University of Oslo have developed a new artificial scaffolding that aids bone regeneration. Within a few years, ...

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Norwegian Planmeca subsidiary opens CAD/CAM training centre

OSLO, Norway: Norsk Dental Depot, a Norwegian supplier of equipment, consumables and services to the dentists and dental laboratories owned by dental ...

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New study confirms link between triclosan and allergies

OSLO, Norway: A study conducted by researchers from Norway has provided additional evidence for the hypothesis that triclosan can contribute to an increased...

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