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Dog assisted therapy in the dental practice

By Dental Tribune International To help with the lowering of stress and anxiety in some patients who find undergoing dental treatment difficult, dogs have been introduced in dental practices from as far as Chile to Canada. In the first study of its kind in...

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Young scientists develop

Young scientists develop improved dental operating light By Dental Tribune International MARBURG, Germany: Jugend forscht is a German youth competition that encourages and supports talented achievers in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It...

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Venue for next FDI World Dental Congress, Buenos Aires

By Dental Tribune International MADRID, Spain: Dr Guillermo Rivero, President of the Argentina dental association (CORA), told Dental Tribune Online that the next FDI World Dental Congress will take place on 5 to 8 September 2018 in Buenos Aires in Argentina. CORA,...

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Underlying anaesthesia effects

By Dental Tribune International FRANKFURT AM MAIN, Germany: While the mechanism underlying loss of consciousness in anaesthesia is not known, it has been hypothesised that it is due to interrupted transmission on nerve fibres coupling brain areas, affecting their...

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International Dental Journal

By Dental Tribune International GENEVA, Switzerland: The FDI has announced that the 2016 impact factor for its International Dental Journal (IDJ) is 1.362, an increase from 0.967 in 2015. The journal’s ranking in 2016 is 54/90 in the Dentistry, Oral Surgery and...

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Study proves the power of hypnosis

By Dental Tribune International JENA, Germany: Funded by the German Research Foundation, psychologists from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena in Germany, along with colleagues from Trier University in Germany, have released their initial results on a study...

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Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium

By Dental Tribune International ROTTERDAM, Netherlands: The Oral Reconstruction (OR) Foundation has announced that the 2018 Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium will take place from 26 to 28 April in Rotterdam. Under the theme “The future of the art of implant...

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Orthodontic seminar in Cologne

By  Dental Tribune International Biolux Research and inviSolution have announced a new seminar for orthodontists seeking professional training and who would like to acquire continuing education credits. The event will be held in Cologne on 6 September. Based on...

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When do wisdom teeth have to be removed?

By: Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre Should you have a wisdom tooth removed if it is not causing you any pain? Oral and maxillofacial surgeon Hossein Ghaeminia of Radboud university medical center researched the risk of complications when removing these...

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European action plan against antimicrobial resistance

By Dental Tribune International BRUSSELS, Belgium: The Council of European Dentists (CED), the Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME) and the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe (FVE) have warmly welcomed a new plan by the European Commission to address...

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Undergraduate Dental Education

By Association for Dental Education in Europe. Many will be aware of the historic work performed by the ADEE taskforces.  Created through participation and consensus, taskforce documents such as the ‘Profile and Competences for the Graduating European Dentist’,...

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COLTENE goes from strength to strength

By Dental Tribune International COLOGNE, Germany: In an entertaining and informative press conference on Tuesday, COLTENE demonstrated that its products and services are designed to be applicable to any endodontic or restorative procedure. At the event, held at the...

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New survey on European dental trade announced at IDS

By Dental Tribune International COLOGNE, Germany: At this year’s IDS, the Association of Dental Dealers in Europe (ADDE) has presented the new edition of its market review, the 2017 Survey on the European Dental Trade, which covers all the relevant topics and trends...

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Research on pufferfish

By Dental tribune International Research on pufferfish could lead to addressing tooth loss in humans SHEFFIELD, UK: According to new research by an international team of scientists, human teeth evolved from the same genes that form the characteristic beaked teeth of...

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Shortest route is not necessarily the best one

By News Europe / Dental Tribune International Orthodontic specialist Dr Raffaele Spena runs a private practice in Naples in Italy and is a well-known speaker in the field. Ahead of this year’s congress of the European Orthodontic Society (EOS) in Montreux, Dental...

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Carestream Dental sold

By Apex360 Editors In a press release issued April 13, Carestream reported that the dental division of the company, Carestream Dental, has been sold to a global private investment firm. The move will establish Carestream Dental as an independent company, separating it...

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Crooked bite may indicate early life stress

By Philippe Hujoel Research has repeatedly confirmed that the first 1,000 days after conception strongly influence a person's life expectancy and susceptibility to chronic diseases. The primary marker used to identify early life stress is low birth weight, which can,...

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Periodontologists announce

By Dental Tribune International Periodontologists announce first European Gum Health Day SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain: The European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) has launched the first European Gum Health Day, to be celebrated on 12 May. Through the event, the...

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