Endodontics
EDS launches new endodontic system
December 5, 2019 -- NEW YORK CITY - Essential Dental Systems (EDS) has unveiled a new endodontic system comprised of SafeSiders HF helical flat rotary nickel titanium instruments and the Endo-CSV cordless endodontic handpiece at the Greater New York Dental Meeting.  Discuss
Hu-Friedy launches new line of mirrors
October 3, 2019 -- Hu-Friedy has introduced its new line of HD Black Line mirrors, which feature a frame that reduces glare and carbon coating on the handle that provides enhanced contrast and visual acuity in a patient's mouth.
Neocis gets FDA clearance for robotic dental drill
September 30, 2019 -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 510(k) clearance to dental implant surgery company Neocis for use of its Yomi robotic surgery device as a dental drill.
Komet partners with UNC to develop new dental tools
August 30, 2019 -- Komet USA and the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill Adams School of Dentistry have signed a research agreement with the goal of developing dental rotary products that improve patient experiences.
KaVo Kerr launches handpiece repair service
July 23, 2019 -- KaVo Kerr has launched the KaVo Care handpiece repair service.
New product: A-dec debuts chair and delivery system
June 5, 2019 -- Dental equipment company A-dec has launched a new chair and delivery system.
New product: Ultradent adds new curing light
May 28, 2019 -- Ultradent Products has introduced its new Valo Grand Corded curing light.
New products: KaVo Kerr debuts 2 endodontic products
May 10, 2019 -- KaVo Kerr has introduced a rotary glide path file and an endodontic motor.
New product: Microcopy adds pediatric diamond burs
May 1, 2019 -- Microcopy has added six new pediatric diamond burs to its NeoDiamond line.
Komet adds to abrasives line
April 8, 2019 -- Komet USA has added four new instrument configurations to its line of coarse, yellow DCB (diamond with ceramic bond) abrasives.
Hot Topic
Getting to the root of dentinal defects

Do newer instruments for preparing root canals induce small dentinal defects that can lead to root fractures, or have improvements in nickel titanium alloys alleviated this potential problem? Since the evidence is unclear, a new study used microcomputed tomography to analyze dentinal defects in root canals prepared with various instruments. Read more.

Conferences
Yankee Dental Congress 2020
Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2020
Boston, Massachusetts United States