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December 7, 2011 News BlogsBurn outDental AssociationsDental ethicsDental industryElectronic Health RecordsEncryption

Encryption – is there a reason why it’s not being explained?

by ken

A individual in attendance at an Ontario Dental Association meeting last evening was told, that unless email messages pertaining to patients are sent “encrypted” between colleagues, they are in essence inappropriate, perhaps illegal and tantamount to violation of the Piracy

June 21, 2011 News Community outreach

Keswick Dentist offers tips on dealing with Dental Emergencies

by ken

Picked up by WebWire – June 18th, 2011 Although accidents can come in many forms, common knowledge advises us to remain calm and not to panic. The same is true with dental accidents. With proper care and the right amount

June 18, 2011 News BlogsSocial networking

And this is the power of a blog….vote for it, be the ball!!!!!

by ken

At Oral Health, we have a surfeit of riches in our Editorial Consultants and Contributing Consultants. We don’t need to go outside the Oral Health family to seek knowledge on the topics of relevance of the day.  This is an

April 22, 2011 News Women in dentistry

Closing the Gaps in Women’s Oral Care Education and Research

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Contact – Merideth Menken, ADEA Media Relations – MenkenM@adea.org   WASHINGTON, April 21 (AScribe Newswire) — Emerging data indicate the unique effects of oral cancer, periodontal disease, obesity, violence, and other factors on women’s health. The American Dental Education Association

March 25, 2011 News Social networkingWebsites


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Dentistry in blog Zerodonto: Implantology, Invisible Orthodontics, Endodontics, Prosthodontic This blog aims at communicating and sharing ideas and knowledge in dentistry. The dentists who created it not only present their own clinical cases and researches but they also show and

March 6, 2011 News Trends in Dental EducationTrends in Dentistry

Change – Why are our days numbered and not, say, lettered?

by ken

“Innovation–the heart of the knowledge economy–is fundamentally social.” — Malcolm Gladwell Image via Wikipedia By Benj Edwards from PCMAG.com New technology has been killing off older technology since the dawn of mankind. Thanks to irrepressible human ingenuity, we’re always inventing

February 21, 2011 News Geriodontics

For some reason I can’t remember the title of this blog entry

by ken

It is common knowledge that as the average life span becomes longer, dementia becomes more common.  Swedish scientist Laura Fratiglioni has shown that everyone can minimize his or her risk of being affected. Factors from blood pressure and weight to

February 17, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomographyDental LaboratoriesImplantologyTrends in Dental Education

Inside Dental Technology – time to be SERIOUS

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TechEdge – Dental Aegis A New Breed Opportunities abound for the pioneering technologist with specialized education and knowledge. It is uncertain how a shrinking dental laboratory industry will restructure to combat the pressures of being overtaken by big-store manufacturers, off-shore