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August 8, 2017 News News

NuSmile Announces Inaugural NuSmile Summit

by NuSmile Ltd.

NuSmile Ltd., the worldwide leader in paediatric esthetic restorative dentistry, announced today that the first-ever NuSmile Summit will be held January 19-20, 2018 in Clearwater Beach, Florida. The event’s format allows attendees to create their own schedule by choosing the specific courses that

August 2, 2017 News NewsPaediatric Dentistry

Your Patients’ Mouth Could Signal Abuse, Neglect

by Alyson Sulaski Wyckoff, AAP News

Could the bitemarks, swollen lips or severely decayed teeth in your patient be related to child abuse or neglect? A clinical report from the Academy and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry aims to help pediatric and dental providers review

August 8, 2016 News NewsOral HealthPaediatric DentistryPreventive Dentistry

Fluoride Successful In Young Patients But Doesn’t Help With Long-Term Oral Health

by Elise Sarvas, D.D.S., M.S.D., M.P.H. and Jeffrey M. Karp, D.M.D., M.S., AAP News

Untreated dental caries are a significant pediatric public health problem. One in every seven U.S. children ages 2 to 8 years has untreated dental caries in primary teeth, according to National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data (Dye BA, et

August 2, 2016 News Dental CareGeneral PracticeNewsPaediatric Dentistry

ADA Guidelines Indicate Sealants Are Beneficial Way To Fight Caries in Children

by Michelle Manchir, American Dental Association News

A systematic review and the updated clinical practice guidelines it helped generate published in the August edition of The Journal of the American Dental Association give a clear indication to dental professionals as to the marked benefit of the use

July 27, 2016 News DentalNewsOral HealthPaediatric Dentistry

ICPPD Is Now the Institute for Pediatric Dentistry

by The Institute for Pediatric Dentistry

New name reflects curriculum expansion into practice management   The Institute for the Clinical Practice of Pediatric Dentistry (ICPPD) has changed its named to the Institute for Pediatric Dentistry (IPD). The rationale for the name change is to better reflect the evolving