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Study of Cone-Beam CT for Root Canal Treatment
29.03.2017 | News international

Study of Cone-Beam CT for Root Canal Treatment

In order to plan a canal treatment right, it is essentially to clearly see the canal anatomy. Scientists from Europe decided to use CBCT for this purpose, so they tried to find out if the computer tomography really can help with the canal anatomy visualization.

Two devices were tested in the framework of the research. They were: the Scanora 3D and the 3D Accuitomo 170. The researchers tried to

IDS 2017: expert Group Initiates Study of Metal-Free Implantology Use
27.03.2017 | News international

IDS 2017: expert Group Initiates Study of Metal-Free Implantology Use

A dental factory VITA Zahnfabrik from Germany, has represented a new method that could be used in implantology. This is utilization of metal-free implants. The initiative was started by one of the VITA divisions a year ago. The presentation took place in Cologne where experienced and highly proficient experts spoke about the latest achievements in the fields of implantation and osseointegration. I

Daily Oral Health Intervention Helps Elderly Keep Their Teeth Healthy
22.03.2017 | News international

Daily Oral Health Intervention Helps Elderly Keep Their Teeth Healthy

The Age and Aging journal published the outcome of the study conducted at the University of Eastern Finland. The research concerned oral hygiene of elderly people and oral disease prevention methods. This was a part of a larger investigation, which has been successfully performed by the University team for years. The findings showed that timely oral health prevention can help home care patients ke

Alzheimer’s Drug Helps with Dental Treatments
20.03.2017 | News international

Alzheimer’s Drug Helps with Dental Treatments

The King’s College London scholars have found a new way to renew tooth stem cells without using artificial means like cement fillings. They report that an Alzheimer’s drug can help prolong the life of an injured tooth.

After an injury or infection of a tooth occurs, the cavity is usually sealed with dentine, the band of which is, however, too thin to protect the tooth from an infection properly

General Dental Council Reacts to Claims
17.03.2017 | News europe

General Dental Council Reacts to Claims

The General Dental Council responds to the claims that its researches affect health and cause serious health issues to some professional dentists.

The GDC comments on the claims that are connected with its investigations and arose after 14% of professionals involved had experienced serious problems with health. Additionally, nearly 60% of practitioners worry about investigation results.

The

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