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TePe recognised as one of UK’s best workplaces

WELLS, UK: Despite an incredibly challenging year for businesses all over the world, the UK-based subsidiary of the Swedish oral hygiene brand TePe was able...

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New report addresses equality, diversity and inclusion in dentistry

LONDON, UK: Seeking to show the commitment of the dental profession to fight discrimination and bias in dentistry, the Diversity in Dentistry Action Group ...

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Dentaqua releases eco-friendly complete dental disinfection system

LONDON, UK: Dentaqua (UK) has recently announced the release of its advanced DW-8 system. The counter-top device produces superoxidated hypochlorous ...

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Back pain—a clinician’s nightmare

Back pain is one of the most common complications of an incorrect sitting or standing posture. It may appear gradually or suddenly. Many dental ...

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Tokuyama Dental Academy kicks off with Excellence in Dentistry 4.0 webinar series

VENICE, Italy: The future of continuing education in dentistry will unfold online—a fact that has not been lost on Tokuyama Dental. The Tokyo-based ...

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Direct-to-consumer orthodontics—GDC says innovation must not compromise patient safety

LONDON, UK: The General Dental Council (GDC) has welcomed innovation in dentistry, including where treatment and consultations occur remotely, but has ...

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Specialists to present real-world pathways to orthodontic success

LONDON, UK: Align Technology launched its 2021 Digital Excellence Series on 19 May with a live step-by-step demonstration of an end-to-end restorative ...

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Mental health initiative for dentists launched

LONDON, UK: Last week, the Mental Health Foundation celebrated Mental Health Awareness Week, encouraging UK residents to take stock of their psychological ...

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Zoom meetings cause growing demand for orthodontics during pandemic

LONDON, UK: Attending myriad Zoom meetings is now a reality for many professionals who had to shift to the home office culture during the pandemic. Needless...

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Exocad supports joint UK digital dentistry event to showcase full ChairsideCAD workflow

DARMSTADT, Germany: Germany-based CAD/CAM company exocad has confirmed its participation in the “Digital Dentistry Hands-on” events series for dentists ...

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Going digital for restorative practice is easier than you might think

LONDON, UK: The benefits of adopting a digital workflow are more compelling than ever. To go digital, however, dental professionals need to rationalise the ...

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Study finds SARS-CoV-2 vaccine hesitancy in 23% of healthcare workers

LONDON, UK: As world leaders are continuing to roll out vaccination programmes and encouraging the public to get vaccinated, one thing is clear: there are ...

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Dental teams play important role in COVID-19 screening

GLASGOW, UK: SARS-CoV-2 transmission by those with asymptomatic infection may be significant, but little is known about this. Therefore, researchers from ...

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AG.Live CON highlights key trends of transformation in the dental industry

KOBLACH, Austria: Digitisation in the dental industry is unstoppable, heralding change and offering enormous potential. Many dental technicians and dentists...

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Interview: “I would love to inspire more women to get involved in digital dentistry”

In November 2019, 24 female dentists from seven nations received Dentsply Sirona’s first Smart Integration Award for visionary treatment concepts. One of ...

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Children with immune deficiencies more likely to develop periodontal disease

LONDON, UK: Primary immunodeficiency (PID) is characterised by a missing or poorly functioning part of the body’s immune system. Inherent from birth or ...

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COVID-19 business interruption claims: Legal and accounting perspectives

LONDON, UK: The COVID-19 pandemic has left companies in unprecedented difficulties, and without government support, many businesses would have undoubtedly ...

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BDA Northern Ireland labels dental amalgam phase-out “unworkable”

BELFAST, UK: The phase-out of dental amalgam is currently taking place in a number of countries owing, in part, to its deleterious effects on the natural ...

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BDA mourns the death of Prince Philip

LONDON, UK: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, passed away on Friday at the age of 99. Over the course of his long life, the prince was a supporter of many ...

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Have your say in DTI’s global reader survey

LEIPZIG, Germany: Since 2003, Dental Tribune International (DTI) has provided essential information for the dental community through its global print ...

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Three hundred million toothpaste tubes go to landfill

YORK, UK: Enough plastic waste to circle the globe twice is the annual result of the current population cleaning their teeth with toothpaste from tubes that...

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Lenders upbeat on dental funding in 2021—report

LONDON, UK: More than one-third of UK practice owners report that private revenue is higher now than it was before the pandemic, according to an insider ...

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Capitalising on digitisation with the right strategy

KOBLACH, Austria: Digitisation can bring dental technicians and dentists closer together. How new opportunities arising from this interdisciplinary approach...

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East Lancashire dentist investigated for unsafe clinical practice

CLAYTON-LE-MOORS, UK: The Interim Orders Committee (IOC) of the General Dental Council (GDC) has imposed interim conditions on the practice registration of ...

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BDA: “Scotland’s huge oral health inequalities cannot be allowed to widen”

EDINBURGH, UK: The havoc wreaked by the COVID-19 pandemic across the world has meant that patient attendance levels at dental practices have dropped quite ...

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Dental technicians: The missing link

If you ask a dental patient to which member of the dental team we should give our thanks, many of them would say to dentists and dental nurses. What do you ...

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British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show postponed to May 2022

BIRMINGHAM, UK: CloserStill Media, the organiser of the British Dental Conference and Dentistry Show, has decided to push back the British Dental Conference...

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COVID-19 and dental education: Will dental schools admit new students in 2021?

LEIPZIG, Germany: Since the COVID-19 pandemic has severely restricted access to clinical practice, students around the world have been adversely affected by...

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3Shape Navigate: Improving communication with digital dentistry

Among the myriad benefits offered by digital dentistry is an improved ability to communicate, share files and collaborate with partnering dental ...

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Business interruption insurance: Will dentists be covered for lockdown-related losses?

LEIPZIG, Germany: At this point, it has become clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly reduced dental patient numbers. It follows naturally from ...

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