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February 28, 2020 News News

Oral Health 2019: Annual Survey Results

by DentaVox

Flossing is the most skipped routine, eating healthy – the most common health resolution At the end of last year, we explored the oral health status and habits of 376 people in the dedicated survey “Oral Health Summary 2019” on DentaVox. Respondents

June 1, 2019 News News

Patients Possibly Exposed to Improperly Cleaned Tools at Colorado Springs Clinic

by Catherine Silver, KKTV 11 News

A local dental clinic is notifying nearly 30 patients that they may have been put at risk of disease. Peak Vista says some of their dental tools were improperly-cleaned at their main clinic in Colorado Springs. It’s at the International

March 27, 2019 News News

Three Philadelphia Dental Clinics May Have Exposed Patients to HIV, Officials Say

by Brett Molina, USA TODAY

Three dental clinics were shut down in Philadelphia because of conditions that may have exposed patients to diseases such as HIV, said the city’s health department. Three locations of the Trieu Family Dental Clinic were shut down by the Philadelphia

December 19, 2018 News News

Former Patients of Shuttered Burien Dental Clinic Urged to Get Hepatitis, HIV Tests

by KOMO Staff

Patients who recently had services performed at a Burien dental office are being advised to get tested for Hepatitis and HIV after issues were discovered with the clinic’s sterilization practices. After a complaint, health officials conducted an inspection of the

November 22, 2018 News News

Melbourne Dentist Jailed for Indecently Assaulting Patients, Staff

by Australian Associated Press

A Melbourne dentist who sexually exploited his patients and a nurse will spend at least four-and-a-half years in prison. Nashaat Michael, 60, has been sentenced to seven years and three months in jail after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting eight patients and

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

February 27, 2018 News Oral Health

Can High-Tech Stress Relief Make You Enjoy Going to the Dentist?

by BarrieToday.com

Barrie dentist features unique, all-natural calming system Keep calm and drill on. Patients are relaxed in the dental chair at the Barrie practice of Dr. Micheal Robinson. Robinson is one of only two dentists out of 21,000 in Canada – including

December 19, 2017 News Oral Health

Dental Patients Should Maximize Their Benefits with Quality Care and Materials This Holiday Season

by National Association of Dental Laboratories

As the calendar year comes to an end, the National Association of Dental Laboratories (NADL) is reminding patients to take advantage of any unused dental insurance benefits while making informed decisions about their dental restorations. The association is also encouraging

April 4, 2017 Product Spotlight

Safe Diagnoses, Optimum Patient Communication at Treatment Center

by Dentsply Sirona

Intraoral X-ray systems at Dentsply Sirona offer a complete range of options and products: Whether it is sensors with HD image quality, phosphor plates including scanners, patient-friendly positioning systems for the optimum placement of the detector media (Aimright, Rinn XCP-ORA

February 27, 2017 News Dental CareNewsPublic Health

Canadian Emergency Rooms Seeing Too Many Dental Cases

by CBC Radio

If dental care was publicly funded, fewer people would become addicted to opioids. That’s just one of the reasons Dr. Hasan Sheikh, an emergency room physician in Toronto, is calling on governments to expand medicare. Another reason? Doctors don’t know