Hygiene
New Sonoma dental products hit market
August 19, 2021 -- Sonoma Pharmaceuticals has launched two new products, one in the U.S. for professional care and one in Switzerland for both professional and consumer care, the company said. Read More
Philips launches new at-home whitening kit
August 11, 2021 -- Philips has launched Philips Zoom, a new at-home whitening product that includes custom-made trays. Read More
Henry Schein reports strong growth in global dental sales
August 4, 2021 -- Henry Schein reported strong growth in global dental sales for the second quarter of 2021, as the industry continues to recover from the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More
Philips launches new AI-guided brush
July 15, 2021 -- Philips has launched an artificial intelligence (AI)-guided power toothbrush, the Philips Sonicare 9900 Prestige. Read More
Curaprox's toothbrush launches in the U.S.
July 14, 2021 -- Curaprox's CS 12460 Velvet toothbrush is available in the U.S. Read More
Production crew to film Benco Dental
June 22, 2021 -- The We Supply America Project will film a docuseries episode about Benco Dental on June 24. Read More
Young Innovations, TeamSmile announce partnership
June 17, 2021 -- Young Innovations and TeamSmile have announced a partnership to advance TeamSmile's goal of providing disadvantaged children with dental care. Read More
Oclean launches app-based electric toothbrush
June 11, 2021 -- Oclean said it has released a touchscreen electric toothbrush called Oclean X Pro Elite. Read More
Burst Oral Care debuts kit for Pride Month
June 7, 2021 -- Burst Oral Care has partnered with fashion designer Christian Siriano on a limited-edition Expanding Floss kit for Pride Month. Read More
Bruush acquires the Dollar Brush
June 4, 2021 -- Oral health e-commerce firm Bruush Oral Care has acquired direct-to-consumer electric toothbrush subscription firm the Dollar Brush. Read More
Hot Topic
Study focuses on dental therapists' impact in Native Alaskan communities

In the first study to look at the long-term outcomes of communities served by dental therapists, researchers from the University of Washington have found that children in Alaska Native communities had lower rates of tooth extractions and more preventive care than those in communities not receiving services from these practitioners. Read more.

Conferences
Greater New York Dental Meeting
November 26 - December 1
New York City, New York United States