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May 26, 2022 News DentistryNews

Dugoni School of Dentistry Launches Center for Innovation and Translation to Expand Clinical Research Partnerships

by Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, University of the Pacific

University of the Pacific’s Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry has launched the Center for Innovation and Translation to drive new clinical research partnerships supporting the oral and overall health of people in the United States and beyond. The school

May 26, 2022 News DentistryNews

Save the Date: Panthera Dental Will Celebrate its 10th Anniversary on September 10th!

by Panthera Dental

You are invited to celebrate Panthera Dental’s 10th anniversary this September 10th at the company’s headquarters. On the menu: An evening worthy of Panthera including entertainment, surprises, cocktails, appetizers, and much more. Panthera Dental, world-renowned for its innovations in dental,

May 26, 2022 News NewsOral Health

ADA Commends Oral Health Report’s Focus on Meaningful Strategies for Implementing Equitable Oral Health Care

by ADA

Poor oral health reduces the economic productivity of American society by limiting participation in the workforce, as well as by increasing health care costs. This is a key finding in Oral Health in America: Implications for Dental Practice, published today

May 25, 2022 News DentistryNews

Path to Sustainable Dentistry Needs Industry-Wide Change

by Cam Buchan, Western News

When Dr. Les Kalman learned of the dental industry’s global initiative to develop a statement on sustainability for the oral health-care profession, he felt the call to contribute. “I think we can all agree that human activity has negatively affected

May 25, 2022 News News

Ontario Dental Association Calls on Province to Fix Existing Dental Programs, Before Launching Any New Ones

by CBC

All three of Ontario’s main parties are promising to provide dental care to more people should they form government after the election, but the president of the Ontario Dental Association (ODA) said the province should fix its existing dental programs

May 25, 2022 News NewsOral Health

In a Bid to Improve Accuracy, U of T Students Give Wikipedia’s Dental and Oral Health Content a Checkup

by University of Toronto

Many students use Wikipedia as a source of information multiple times a week, if not every day. But what happens when that information lacks accuracy and proper citations? It’s a problem the Wikipedia Collaboration of Dental Schools (WCODS) aims to address in

May 25, 2022 News News

Dentsply Sirona Celebrates Partnership with Top Suppliers at its First Annual Exceptional Supplier Partner Awards

by News

Sustainability, performance, innovation, and value were among the awards criteria at the Dentsply Sirona Global Supplier Forum 2022. Dentsply Sirona has announced the nine winners of its first annual Exceptional Supplier Partner Awards. The companies received recognition for their outstanding

May 24, 2022 News News

Aspiring Dentist from Danville First Aims for Football Career in Canada

by Cardinal News

Malik Clements came off the football field after almost four hours of practicing on an unseasonably cold, windy and rainy Canadian spring day and he was smiling. And what a smile it was – toothpaste commercial-caliber the linebacker didn’t get

May 24, 2022 News DentistryNews

Thousands of Dentists Stop Providing NHS Services

by Gazette

Thousands of high street dentists in England are “severing ties” with the NHS, which could leave millions of patients “with no options,” leading dentists have warned. The British Dental Association (BDA) said that if the current trend continues “this is

May 19, 2022 News News

Centennial Celebrations Continue at GC America

by GC America

On February 11, 2021, GC celebrated its centennial anniversary, commemorated with a new company motto celebrating “100 Years of Quality in Dental.” To celebrate this momentous achievement, GC hosted numerous celebratory events all around the world. The latest celebration, hosted

May 18, 2022 News DentistryNews

Government of Canada Supports Indigenous Dental Therapy Program Launching at University of Saskatchewan

by Government of Canada

The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Dentistry, together with the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA), Northlands College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic, are collaborating to establish the first and only accredited Indigenous dental therapy degree program of its kind in Canada. This

May 18, 2022 News NewsRoot Canal

Tooth Survival After Root Canal Varies Widely Across U.S. Regions

by McKnights

Tooth longevity can range from nine to 20 years after a root canal procedure, depending in part on where one lives, a new study has found. The study is the first of its kind to include community dental clinics, where

May 18, 2022 News DentistryNews

USask Collaboration Establishes First Dental Therapy Degree Program in Canada

by University of Saskatchewan

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) has given its support for a new national dental therapy educational program and approved $2.1 million in funding to establish the program, which will be run collaboratively through a partnership between the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority

May 17, 2022 News Dental HygieneNews

Edmond Woman Graduates Dental School From Hospital After Giving Birth

by Koco News

An Edmond woman graduated dental school from the hospital after giving birth. Only five days away from her due date, baby Kory couldn’t wait another second. “I was like, ‘I don’t think I’m going to make this graduation,’” Cala French

May 16, 2022 News News

Don’t Stop Believin’: Award-Winning Band Journey Will Rock Dentsply Sirona World 2022

by Dentsply Sirona

Live surgery is back to DS World along with market-leading clinical education, networking, and extraordinary entertainment: Rock legends Journey and comedy star David Spade will be headline acts at Dentsply Sirona World 2022 in Las Vegas. Dentsply Sirona World 2022

May 16, 2022 News Dental StudentsDentistryNews

NYU Dentistry Dental Student Leadership Institute Selects Inaugural Class

by NYU

New Program Aims to Develop Future Leaders for the Profession Recognizing that dentistry and oral health face challenges and opportunities that will require exceptional leadership as we move forward in the 21st century, New York University College of Dentistry (NYU

May 16, 2022 News DentistryNews

Dentist Treated Patients During Lockdown, Faces Disciplinary Charge

by NZHerald

A “renowned” dentist allegedly flouted lockdown rules and performed extractions and dental implants on patients in the early months of New Zealand’s Covid-19 outbreak. The treatments did not qualify as urgent or emergency care, the Dental Council argued before the

May 12, 2022 News News

Doctors, Dieticians Most Vaccinated Among B.C. Health Professions

by Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News

COVID-19 vaccination rates are high for doctors, nurses and other independent B.C. health professionals, Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry reported Tuesday. The largest group, the 63,000-member College of Nurses and Midwives, has not yet

May 12, 2022 News Community outreachNews

Bakery Donates $8,000 for New Dental X-ray Machine at Windsor Regional Hospital

by CTV News

A bakery has “doughnated” $8,000 toward a new machine for Windsor Regional Hospital’s paediatric unit. COBS Bread made the donation to the hospital on Tuesday after collecting funds through March and April for its “Doughnation Day” campaign for a new

May 12, 2022 News Dental HygieneNews

Oral Science Presents the EMS AIRFLOW® Prophylaxis Master and Guided Biofilm Therapy at the ODA Annual Spring Meeting 2022

by Oral Science

At Oral Science, we are very proud to have recently established a premier partnership with EMS to introduce this new and revolutionary component of EMS offerings in Canada: Guided Biofilm Therapy (GBT). Guided Biofilm Therapy is a therapeutic 8 step