iMilling launches redesigned website
April 18, 2016 -- Dental CAD/CAM services company iMilling has launched its redesigned website.  Discuss
Ozone therapy kills bacteria, fights caries, helps healing
April 13, 2016 -- Ozone has been used in Europe for decades to help heal wounds and treat a variety of diseases. Now, more and more U.S. dentists and their staff are incorporating ozone therapy as a multifaceted tool to kill oral bacteria, help remineralize teeth, and aid healing after oral surgery.  Discuss
ADA approves new CDT code for caries detection
April 13, 2016 -- The ADA Code Maintenance Committee has approved a Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclatur (CDT) code for caries detection.  Discuss
USC gets $2.1M grant for stem cell research
April 13, 2016 -- The University of Southern California (USC) Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry has received a $2.1 million grant for stem cell research.  Discuss
Vertex-Dental offers 3D printing materials for long-term use
April 8, 2016 -- Vertex-Dental has introduced its new NextDent 3D line of printing materials, which make it possible to use 3D printed materials for long-term applications.  Discuss
Kool Smiles touts uncompensated dental care program
April 7, 2016 -- Dental service organization Kool Smiles announced that it has provided more than $100 million in uncompensated dental care since 2005.
Roland DGA opens Mass. product showroom
April 6, 2016 -- Roland DGA has opened a new product demonstration showroom in Wilmington, MA.  Discuss
A clinician's journey into the third dimension: Part 2
April 5, 2016 -- In the first part of this series, Dr. Anthony Ramirez presented some indications for a cone-beam CT scan. In part two, he illustrates in specific case reports how this technology has helped his practice.  Discuss
Study: Antidepressants linked to dental implant failure
April 1, 2016 -- Antidepressants are associated with higher rates of dental implant failure, according to the findings of a new study presented at the recent American Academy of Dental Research meeting.  Discuss
Chewing sugar-free gum could save NHS millions
March 24, 2016 -- A recent economic analysis found chewing sugar-free gum may be able to save the U.K.'s National Health Service (NHS) millions. The analysis showed that if 12-year-olds in England chewed one more piece of gum per day, the NHS could save up to 8.2 million pounds ($11.6 million) per year.  Discuss
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Study finds SDF safe and effective on kids' teeth
Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) was found to be safe and 100% effective in stopping active caries in primary teeth of at-risk children and was also well-accepted by their parents in a new study, published in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry. Read more.
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