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September 29, 2020 News NewsOral Health

New Dental Clinic ‘Exciting Adventure’ for Big River First Nation, Improving Access to Oral Health Care

by CTV News

The College of Dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan and Big River First Nation have opened a dental clinic, providing service to a community with limited access to oral health-care. “This clinic will be a great opportunity for First Nations

July 17, 2020 News News

Sudbury One Step Closer to Free Dental Clinic

by CTV News

Thanks to a generous donation, the Sudbury District Nurse Practitioner Clinics office on Larch Street is one step closer to opening a free dental clinic. Executive director Jennifer Clement said the clinic will be for those who don’t have health

January 2, 2020 News News

Saskatchewan Man Remembered for Starting Dental Clinic in ‘Tough Part’ of Puerto Vallarta

by CBC News

A Saskatchewan man is being remembered for starting a dental clinic in Mexico for people in need. Now, the clinic has been renamed in his memory. Darryl Derksen grew up in Langham, Sask. His brother, Brian Derksen, said he was

September 16, 2019 News News

USask Dentistry Receives Largest Gift In College’s History

by University of Saskatchewan News

The funds will be applied to the construction and equipment costs for the dental clinic located in the future USask campus in Prince Albert. President of dentalcorp Guy Amini noted, “dentalcorp is dedicated to increasing access to care for Canadians

September 11, 2019 News News

Walmart Tests Dentistry And Mental Care As It Moves Deeper Into Primary Health

by CNBC

Walmart, the world’s biggest retailer, is moving deeper into the primary care and mental health market, opening a new clinic called Walmart Health in Georgia. The company recently updated its website with a link to Walmart Health, describing its “newest location

August 9, 2019 News News

Health Unit Starts Promoting New Oral Health Program

by My North Bay Now

The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit opening an oral health clinic has eased the load in the emergency department at the North Bay Regional Health Centre. Before the health unit opened the dental clinic, the hospital counted 800

June 27, 2019 News News

Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe To Benefit From $100,000 Dental Grant

by Nick Twietmeyer

Members of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe will soon have a reason to smile big, now that the tribe is set to benefit from a $100,000 grant from Delta Dental’s nonprofit Arcora Foundation. Grant funds will be used to pay

March 14, 2019 News News

Welland, Falls Dental Clinic Woman Told to Stop Using Doctor Title

by The Welland Tribune

A woman who was using the title of doctor/physician to administer Botox or cosmetic fillers at a Welland dental clinic has promised to stop after the College of Physicians and Surgeons started an investigation last year into whether she was

January 29, 2019 News News

Edmonton Dental Clinic Expansion Improves Services for Those in Need

by Slav Kornik, CBC News

A joint venture aims at improving dental care for certain Edmonton populations. The University of Alberta’s School of Dentistry led a fundraising campaign to expand the Boyle McCauley Health Centre Dental Clinic for low-income, immigrants and Indigenous Peoples. The facility

December 20, 2018 News News

Alberta Offices Locked to Patients, Staff

by Alex Antoneshyn, CTV Edmonton

A string of dental offices have suddenly shut down after falling behind on rent, leaving staff without pay and patients frustrated. When Katie Burns arrived at the Core Dental Group Brintnell office on Monday, she found the clinic closed. “I

September 4, 2018 News News

Nobel Biocare Provides Cutting Edge Technology to Dentistry

by Dalhousie University Alumni

Dalhousie’s dental community is eagerly awaiting the grand opening of the new dental clinic this September. Thanks to many generous donors, including Nobel Biocare, the new clinic will provide students and faculty with state-of-the-art equipment and technology, and improve the

May 30, 2018 News News

Ontario Dental Clinic Patients Need Hepatitis, HIV Testing

by CTV Barrie

Patients of a Lindsay dental clinic are being told they need to be tested for hepatitis and HIV. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit says it launched an investigation into the infection and prevention practices of the Lakeland

April 13, 2018 News News

B.C. Dental Clinic Accepts Bitcoin Payments

by Ian Jacques, Delta Optimist

Dr. Raj Dhiman prides himself on being forward thinking. He offers what he describes as cutting edge dentistry at Ladner’s Riverside Dental so it seems only natural the dentist would start to accept Bitcoin as a payment method. Bitcoin is

October 3, 2017 News News

Expanded Dalhousie dental clinic for immigrants, refugees offers ‘such care for our teeth’

by CBC News

For the 1st time this year, dental students will be providing treatments Khaled Al-Hilal can’t remember the last time he had his teeth checked by a dentist before he came to Canada in 2016. The Syrian refugee had been living

July 20, 2017 News NewsPublic Health

UPDATE: Dental Clinic Facing Legal Challenges After Health Issues

by Ryan Flanagan, CTV Kitchener

There’s still no word on when a Guelph dental clinic closed for the past three weeks due to sterilization issues will reopen – and now it’s facing a legal challenge as well. The Eramosa Road practice known as both Guelph

January 17, 2017 News Continuing EducationDental TechnologyMaterials & TechnologyNews

Dalhousie Dental Clinic Changing and Expanding in 2017

by The Chronicle Herald

Dalhousie University’s faculty of dentistry is currently overhauling their entire dental clinic, upgrading everything from patient areas to student labs. More than 10,000 patients go through Dal’s dental clinic each year, making it one of the busiest clinics in Nova

December 2, 2016 Feature ImplantologyOral HealthProactive Intervention Dentistry

Avoiding Peri-implantitis: Key Factors for Improved Clinical Outcomes

by Isaac Tawil, DDS, MS

Dental implants have emerged as the standard of care for replacing a single tooth in healthy patients. In the US alone more than 35 million Americans are edentulous and 178 million are missing at least one tooth. 1 According to