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  • Samantha Negraval

    From under the sea to under the overhead light—a new study suggests that scuba divers may experience dental problems related to diving. As reported by Live Science, the limited survey revealed that some scuba divers have problems with pain mostly from increased pressure underwater or from clutching the air regulator too tightly in their mouths....

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  • Julie Cullen

    One of the first steps to minimally invasive dentistry is finding caries early. That way you ensure you keep as much healthy tooth structure as possible. To help you on that path, you might want to consider a tool that makes it easier to identify trouble spots. SoproLIFE, for example, is a light induced fluorescence evaluator (that’s what LIFE...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    If you’re a dentist or oral health professional looking for a way to give back to your local community, the ADA Foundation’s 15th annual Give Kids A Smile (GKAS) program may be the right opportunity for you. Registration is now open for GKAS 2017, and Henry Schein is calling for volunteers. Launched in 2003, GKAS helps raise awareness of the...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    Remember these names: Vining and Celiz. They could be the next Watson and Crick of dentistry. Dr. Kyle Vining of Harvard and Dr. Adam Celiz of the British University of Nottingham have developed new regenerative dental fillings that use stem cells to repair tissue. If the treatment becomes widespread, root canals could become a dental procedure...

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  • Samantha Negraval

    What do you do when you have a “mammoth” toothache? You call a veterinary dentist to the zoo, of course! Zookeepers at Whipsnade Zoo in Dunstable, England, noticed that Lucha, a 33-year-old female Asian elephant was not eating, according to a report by a local news source. When veterinarians investigated, they noticed a wobbly tooth had moved...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    Ortek Therapeutics announced that a U.S. Patent has been recently awarded for the Ortek ECD (ECD) dental device, a system for detecting early or pre-cavity lesions that cannot be readily detected by visual examination or x-ray. Human and laboratory clinical studies have demonstrated that the ECD device can detect the earliest stages of tooth...

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