Category: Dental Care

VENTURA, Calif., U.S.: Dental professionals can now make the most of Nexa3D’s portfolio of ultrafast polymer 3D printers owing to a new reseller partnership between the company and 3D DDS. The latter is a leading dental distributor of digital and 3D-printing technologies and supplies and a provider of technical services and training to dental professionals. The two companies say that the development will make ultrafast 3D printing a reality for more dentists and dental technicians.Did you miss our previous article… https://globaldentalcongress.com/?p=741 Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com

An issue that causes a great deal of confusion is whether or not patients need to premedicate before a dental procedure. While your physician may recommend one thing, your dentist might say another, and as a patient, this can be stressful and anxiety-inducing. In today’s episode, Dr. B sheds light on this topic and talks about why you don’t need to premedicate if you have a prosthetic joint. He also gets into why this is such a complex issue and offers advice on what you can do if you are taking antibiotics frequently. As research continues to show, long-term antibiotic use causes more harm than good, so it is vital to be careful when taking them. Be sure to tune in today! Key Points From This Episode: There is a problem with the over-prescription of antibiotics Why you don’t need to premedicate before a dental procedure if you have a

Drs Marc Baranes and Jérôme Lipowicz are practising dentists in Paris in France and are founding members of the Académie de Chirurgie Guidée (Academy of guided surgery). Together with seven other speakers at the French Dental Association (ADF) congress 2021, they will be leading a hands-on workshop on digital planning and guided implant placement on 26 November. Dental Tribune France spoke with them to get a preview of their session.Did you miss our previous article… https://globaldentalcongress.com/?p=707 Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com

A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology came up with an interesting fact that there is a strong association between periodontitis and the complications of COVID-19. After examining more than 500 COVID-19 patients the researchers could deduce that those who had gum disease were at a greater risk of getting admitted into ICU, or put on a ventilator support and even more likely to die. Why Did The Researchers Suspect A Connection Between Gum Disease And COVID-19? Though Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, produces mild symptoms in most of the cases and has a fatality rate as low as 2%, it has been reported that 14% of the patients develop severe conditions that need immediate hospitalization and oxygen support. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), sepsis, septic shock and multi-organ failure are a few serious complications of COVID-19 and these symptoms are characteristics of cytokine storm

WOBURN, MASS., U.S./DARMSTADT, Germany: Exocad, an Align Technology company, has announced its participation in the 97th annual Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) from Nov. 28 to Dec. 1 in New York City, U.S. Exocad will be showcasing its newest software releases for dentists and dental technicians, at Booth #2003, with live demonstration stations, smile makeover workflow showcases and guest speaker presentations. Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com

NEW YORK, U.S.: The Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM) is one of the largest dental congresses in the world and serves as a hub for displaying the newest technology for the dental profession. This year, the event will be held from Nov. 26 to Dec. 1. at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and will return to an in-person format, offering the attendees hundreds of hands-on workshops and numerous educational webinars and product displays. Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com

Probiotics are microorganisms (mainly bacteria) that provide benefits to humans – from the prevention of bad breath and cavities to improved gum health.  Probiotics in oral health are supported by years of research, although the number of human clinical trials is limited.  Still, many patients are unaware of the potential benefits that dental probiotics can offer.  What are dental/oral probiotics? Oral probiotics (or dental probiotics) are specific strains of bacteria known to support a healthy mouth and improve oral health. They encourage the growth of good bacteria and stop the growth of bad (pathogenic) bacteria. Like the gut, the mouth has its diverse bacterial community known as the oral microbiome. Dental probiotics are similar to gut probiotics in that they use good (commensal) bacteria to improve the health of the microbiome in the mouth.  However, they’re not the same as gut probiotics — oral probiotics are most effective when delivered directly to the mouth via lozenges,

As the second candidate for a series portraying outstanding women in dentistry, Dental Tribune International (DTI) interviewed Dr. Sumita Mitra. During her career at 3M, she developed a unique nanomaterial-based dental filler, for which she received the European Inventor Award 2021. This material and numerous other inventions of hers in the field of dental materials have been patented. DTI spoke with Mitra about how a bunch of grapes inspired her research efforts, about the greatest advantages of her developed material and about how she gives back to the next generation of inventors.Did you miss our previous article… https://globaldentalcongress.com/?p=619 Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com

COLOGNE, Germany: At the 2021 International Dental Show in Cologne, Dental Tribune met with Prof. Mario Kern, who is the founder and CEO of EAP Abutments—an Austrian company dedicated to helping dentists and dental technicians achieve the best possible prosthetic implant restorations for their patients in a quick, predictable and sustainable way. In the interview, Prof. Kern described how the company was started.Did you miss our previous article… https://globaldentalcongress.com/?p=613 Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com

SYDNEY, Australia: From 26 to 29 September, the Australian Dental Association and FDI World Dental Federation will present a special edition of the World Dental Congress (WDC). Owing to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the congress will be completely virtual for the first time. This year’s WDC will bring together leaders from across the world in dental practice, research, academia and industry to present quality, innovative and effective continuing education.Did you miss our previous article… https://globaldentalcongress.com/?p=610 Mariyah Lyonsglobaldentalcongress.com