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September 24, 2011 News Pediatric dentistry

Behind door #1 – Hall technique shines in 5-year randomized trial

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From Dr. Bicuspid September 22, 2011 — Sealing caries in primary molars using the Hall Technique “significantly outperformed” standard restorations in the long term, according to a new study in the Journal of Dental Research (September 15, 2011). Read more Related articles The

April 25, 2011 News Orthodontics

Orthodudes – inquiring minds wanna know – Damon or Damien 666

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Not being an orthodontist, controversy over technique and systems is a bit off my radar…..however, there is certainly an awareness of the concerns re; the ubiquitous and uncertified use of Invisalign and now there appears to be a brouhaha about

January 28, 2011 News Cosmetic DentistryTrends in Dental Education

To prep or not to prep, whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take armes against a sea of troubles – sorry, I got carried away.

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By David Hornbrook DDS FAACD – 27/01/2011 from www.dentinaltubules.com Are non-prep veneers an option for the demanding dentist and their patients, asks David S. Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD David Hornbrook is speaking at The Dentistry Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 4

November 13, 2010 News Cosmetic Dentistry

Making a single veneer blend so naturally it’s undetectable

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by L. Emery Karst, DDS from Dental Tribune As patients get older,anterior teeth commonly show wear,chipping and discoloration. These changes are the result of a number of factors because of aging. There is increased awareness of these unattractive teeth and

May 26, 2010 News Stem cell research

Columbia University announces break-through in tooth regeneration

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by Daniel Zimmerman NEW YORK, USA/LEIPZIG, Germany: Dental implants could soon become a secondary choice for replacing natural teeth. According to new research from the College of Dental Medicine at Columbia University in New York, three-dimensional scaffolds infused with stem