The conference attracted nearly 7,000 dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, students and other oral health professionals and industry personnel.
Written for dentists working in general, family and cosmetic dentistry, as well as specialists from all disciplines, Decisions in Dentistry is a peer-reviewed journal designed to support the highest standards of professionalism and integrity in multidisciplinary care. Reflecting the latest thinking from nationally ranked educators, researchers and clinicians, the journal presents evidence-based, clinically relevant articles in an inviting and easy-to-understand format. Unique in its approach, Decisions in Dentistry makes the complex simple and offers unbiased information and continuing education that dentists can use to improve their technique and provide the highest level of care.
From April 16, 2021, Kettenbach Dental will convert all impression materials dispensed from the 50 ml cartridge to an innovative and even more efficient system as part of its product optimization.
Investigating the presence, prevalence and type of oral manifestations found in patients who had contracted COVID-19, researchers at the Università Vita Salute San Raffaele in Milan, Italy, have found the virus’ effects persist in the oral…
Endodontic SuperSystems is a digitally shared business playbook that incorporates plug-and-play training for each position, all-inclusive workflows and a modern platform.
A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-funded research initiative has resulted in a new fluoridation method that offers optimally fluoridated water for up to 19 million Americans who are served by small public utility…
DentaQuest has announced a series of significant investments for programs designed to foster a more diverse pipeline for the dental profession.
Committed to advancing healthy oral hygiene habits, Procter & Gamble’s oral care brands Crest and Oral-B are focused on improving access to dental care and oral health products and education to help ensure better healthcare outcomes.
Research from the University of Birmingham School of Dentistry in the United Kingdom suggests a causal effect between periodontal inflammation and kidney function.