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September 4, 2011 News Decay assessment and preventionEvidence based dentistry

Dentists not heeding ADA’s call to seal noncavitated lesions

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By Rob Goszkowski, Assistant Editor Dr. Bicuspid September 1, 2011 — As it rolls out clinical recommendations, the ADA is on a mission to guide general dentists to a decision-making process that combines the doctor’s experience and the patient’s preference with

July 26, 2011 News Dental amalgamRestorative

The Replacements – terrible movie, effective use of amalgam?

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From Dental Bicuspid.com – Assistant editor Rob Goszkowski July 26,2011 — There’s a pervasive problem in restorative dentistry, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Dental Association (July 2011, Vol. 142:7, pp. 842-849): Too many dentists are replacing amalgam

June 2, 2011 News Decay assessment and preventionInnovations in dentistryMinimally invasive dentistry

New process may remineralize teeth in minutes, not days

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From Dr.Bicuspid – Rob Gozkowski – Assistant Editor June 2, 2011 — A method of using calcium phosphate solutions to remineralize carious lesions in dentin using has had promising results in a recent study, dramatically decreasing the time needed for remineralization.

May 17, 2011 News CAD/CAMCosmetic DentistryNew Technologies

Veneer chipping: Is one fabrication process better than another?

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By Rob Goszkowski, Assistant Editor of Dr. Bicuspid May 16, 2011 — Joining CAD/CAM fabricated veneers to CAD/CAM fabricated zirconia frameworks can reduce veneer chipping frequency and speed the fabrication process. Researchers at Ivoclar Vivadent evaluated the fatigue behavior of two different systems