Oral Health Group

News

January 18, 2020 News News

Dental Endodontics Market to Reach US$ 1.8 Bn by 2025; Instruments to Outscore Consumables, finds Fact.MR

by Fact.MR

Influence of dental tourism to avail affordable, yet quality dental care, in tandem with rising consciousness regarding oral health and hygiene, signifies promising opportunities for players in the dental endodontics market. A recent study further analyses the dental endodontics market in

January 17, 2020 News News

Dentists Rank No. 2 in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Jobs Report

by ADA News

Dentists leaped up to No. 2 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings of the 100 Best Jobs, the magazine revealed on its website Jan. 7. For the third year in a row, software developer topped the list as the Best

January 17, 2020 News News

GeriaDental App Helps Improve Oral Health for Older Adults

by University of Iowa

The GeriaDental App provides expert tips from dentists and hygienists to assist care givers when providing oral health care to older adults. The free app is a great tool for educating the professional/family care givers of your patients to ensure

January 17, 2020 News News

Provicol QM Plus: Strong Retention Non-Eugenol Temporary Cement with Calcium Hydroxide

by VOCO

VOCO is proud to present Provicol QM Plus, an award-winning non-eugenol temporary cement with calcium hydroxide. Provicol QM Plus features strong retention and secure adhesion to ensure that temporary restorations remain in place for as long as necessary. Formulated with

January 16, 2020 News News

Include IDEM Singapore in Your 2020 Trade Show Budget!

by IDEM

Let’s Meet at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting Reach the Southeast Asia Market – APAC* Join over 500 exhibitors from 41 countries plus 15 national pavilions including the North American Pavilion. We expect 8,500-9,000 trade attendees — all looking for the

January 16, 2020 News News

Taiwanese Seniors Advised to Chew to Prevent Dementia

by Taiwan News

The elderly are advised to maintain their chewing ability as a way to prevent dementia, an idea proposed a few years ago that was promoted at a press event in Taiwan on Wednesday (Jan. 15). The Taiwan Advanced Cultural Association (TACA) joined

January 16, 2020 News News

Fewer Nova Scotians Using Children’s Dental Coverage as New Oral Health Strategy Work Begins

by Global News

As the province develops its first oral health strategy, new numbers show that fewer and fewer Nova Scotians are taking advantage of existing oral health services for children. The Department of Health and Wellness expanded dental coverage for children 14

January 15, 2020 News News

KaVo Kerr Releases a Universal Cement That Significantly Simplifies Cementation Processes

by KaVo Kerr

KaVo Kerr unveils Nexus™ Universal, a universal adhesive resin cement that allows the clinician to cut their procedure steps by up to half while delivering up to 2x higher bond strength on any substrate (data on file). Nexus Universal also offers

January 15, 2020 News News

Holidays Disrupt Oral Care, DentaVox Survey Reveals

by DentaVox

Healthy tooth-friendly eating and oral hygiene are the aspects of oral care, which suffer the most during periods of festivities, according to DentaVox survey “Oral Care During the Holidays”. For the majority of respondents, unhealthy diet has the most negative

January 15, 2020 News News

Anti-Aging Drug Holds Promise for Age-Related Oral Diseases

by University of Washington School of Dentistry

A team led by two UW researchers has found that a transplant drug with anti-aging properties can regenerate bone and decrease gum inflammation, pointing the way toward new treatments for common dental problems in aging patients. Dr. Jonathan An and

January 14, 2020 News News

Hamilton Could be Operating Two Dental Buses to Provide Oral Care to Low Income Seniors Across City

by Hamilton News

As poverty levels expand into suburban and rural areas of Hamilton, public health staff acknowledge they need to “re-think” how a new dental health bus will service seniors in the city’s outlying areas. “Given all the capital requests that have

January 14, 2020 News News

Fatty Tongues Could be Main Driver of Sleep Apnea

by BBC

A sleep disorder that can leave people gasping for breath at night could be linked to the amount of fat on their tongues, a study suggests. When sleep apnea patients lost weight, it was the reduction in tongue fat that

January 14, 2020 News News

Winter Tires, Dental Hygiene and Cat Hotels Now Included in Brussels’ Price Index

by The Brussels Times

The federal economy minister is expected to approve a proposal to adapt the basket of products that are used to calculate the consumer price index (CPI), which determines the rate of inflation. A body known as the Index Commission, made

January 13, 2020 News News

Henry Schein Opens Disaster Relief Fund to Aid Relief Efforts in Response to Australian Bushfires

by Henry Schein

Company Donates Up to $100,000 in Cash and Health Care Products, Will Match Employee Contributions In response to the devastation being caused by the Australian bushfires, Henry Schein, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSIC) announced today that it is raising money for recovery

January 13, 2020 News News

CEREC Software Wins Red Dot Design Award for Outstanding User Experience

by Dentsply Sirona

The redesigned user interface of the CEREC software from Dentsply Sirona won a coveted Red Dot Award for Brands and Communication Design in November. The software is the centerpiece of CEREC, a leading CAD/CAM system that enables dentists to complete

January 13, 2020 News News

A Toronto Tesla Driver Was Charged With Careless Driving After Using Autopilot to Floss

by Narcity

One Toronto driver was living in the future this week after they were caught driving down a highway in autopilot. However, the OPP have charged the driver with careless driving after they were discovered to be flossing their teeth with both hands

January 12, 2020 News News

U of T Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Save Lives While Training Future Doctors in Ethiopia

by University of Toronto

Inside St. Peter’s Specialized Hospital in Addis Ababa, patients lined the halls with ailments including head and neck tumours, kerosene burns, cleft lips and hyena bites. They were waiting to be assessed by the first group of maxillofacial surgery residents at

January 11, 2020 News News

Dr. Barry Dolman Joins Altima Dental as Director, Regulatory and Clinical Affairs

by Altima Dental Canada

Altima Dental is proud to welcome Dr. Barry Dolman to the position of Director, Regulatory and Clinical Affairs, QC. Immediate past-President of the Order of dentists of Quebec and the International Society of Regulators, Dr. Dolman brings a wealth of knowledge and experience dealing

January 10, 2020 News News

Guelph Dentist and Her Daughter Among Victims of Iranian Plane Crash

by Guelph Today

A Guelph dentist and her daughter were among the passengers on the plane that crashed in Iran Wednesday. Dr. Parisa Eghbalian, 42, and her daughter, Reera Esmaeilion, 9,  were on the flight that departed Tehran’s International airport and crashed into

January 10, 2020 News New TechnologiesNewsOral Surgery

The First Surgical Robot Designed for Dental Implant Surgery, Yomi®, Surpasses 1000 Implants

by Street Insider

Since 2000 more than 4 million robotic-assisted surgeries have taken place across multiple medical specialties including Cardiovascular, Neurology, and Orthopedics. Until the launch of Yomi, the first and only FDA cleared robot-assisted dental surgery system, dentistry has not been able to benefit