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OSAP invites dental professionals to ‘spread the word’ on infection prevention

April 27, 2009

ANNAPOLIS, MD, USA: The Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures (OSAP) will hold its 2009 Symposium, Infection Prevention: Spread the Word, 11–14 June at the Marriott at Legacy Town Center, Plano, Texas, USA. According to OSAP, the symposium is a ‘must-do’ for anyone concerned with infection control and safety in dentistry. Internationally known experts will teach attendees how to make infection control practices ‘stick’ and help professionals do things right the first time. Up to 20 hours of CE credit are available.

Dr Janet Stoess-Allen talks about neuromuscular dentistry and her love of orthodontics

April 24, 2009

In an interview with Dental Tribune, Dr Janet Stoess-Allen, an orthodontist who practices in New York, NY, USA, discusses her background, her love of orthodontics and why she thinks all residents should learn about neuromuscular dentistry.

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AAE meeting offers 197 hours of CE, dozens of exhibitors — and the Beach Boys!

April 22, 2009

Orlando, FL, USA: The American Association of Endodontists will hold its 66th Annual Session 29 April to 2 May at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center here. The theme for this year’s meeting, which will draw attendees from across the United States and from around the world, is Engage, energize, educate.

Enamel weakened by teeth whitening

April 21, 2009

LEIPZIG, Germany: New research has shown that human teeth can lose some enamel hardness following the application of teeth whitening products used in the home. According to lead author Shereen Azer, Assistant Professor of Restorative and Prosthetic Dentistry at Ohio State University in the US, the average loss of enamel ranged from 1.2 to 2 nanometres on the treated teeth.

IADR: the premiere research association worldwide

April 21, 2009

Miami, FL, USA: The International Association for Dental Research (IADR) has 11,300 individual members worldwide, 45 per cent of them in United States, and one of its fastest growing divisions is Brazil. Dr Christopher Fox, executive director of IADR, said the association has “grown in Latin America by 23 per cent between 2007 and 2008,” and also in Asia.

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‘We need to eradicate caries from the face of the Earth’

April 20, 2009

Miami, FL, USA: Executive Director of the FDI World Dental Federation Dr David Alexander said in an interview with Dental Tribune at the 87th General Session and Exhibit of the International Association of Dental Research (IADR), that for too long dentistry and dental policy makers have been counting numbers of decayed teeth, instead of focusing on real issues such as quality of life. He advocates for radical change in the attitude and language used by dentists, and for a bold move to eradicate caries from the planet.

ADA launches program to provide dental care in underserved areas

April 20, 2009

CHICAGO, IL, USA: The American Dental Association (ADA) recently launched a pilot program in several states to deliver needed dental care to underserved people in urban, rural and Native American communities. The program, developed by the ADA over the past several years, creates a new dental health team member, the Community Dental Health Coordinator (CDHC).

Infiltration: a new treatment for caries

April 17, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: The president of DMG America, George Wolfe, couldn’t be happier. German-based researchers associated with DMG obtained the IADR “Materials and Bioengineering Research Award” for their investigation on Resin Infiltration of Natural Caries Lesions using “Icon,” the new revolutionary resin of the company.

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FOLA and Greater New York Dental Meeting strengthen partnership

April 16, 2009

NEW YORK, NY, USA: Dr Adolfo Rodriguez, president of the Latin American Dental Federation (FOLA), reached an agreement to further increase the amount of Spanish-language conferences at the upcoming 2009 Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM), the largest dental expo and scientific congress in the United States.

Interview with FDI President-elect Roberto Vianna

April 16, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: The FDI World Dental Federation main mission is to contribute to the development and dissemination of policies, standards and information related to all aspects of oral health care. Under the presidencies of doctors Michele Aerden, Burton Conrod, and the upcoming one headed by Brazilian dentist Roberto Vianna, the FDI has been extremely active in the world stage, promoting oral health, attending industry exhibitions such as the International Dental Show in Germany, and participating at events such as the 87th Session of the International Association of Dental Research (IADR). In Miami, Dental Tribune talked to FDI’s president-elect.

A revolution in biological adhesives

April 16, 2009

Memphis, TN, USA: Dr Franklin Garcia-Godoy, one of the main investigators in the United States and up to now assistant dean for research in restorative dentistry and pediatric dentistry at Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA, has been named senior executive dean for dental research at the University of Tennessee in Memphis.

‘Webinars are the future of dental education’

April 16, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: “The meetings of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) are an extremely efficient way to exchange research ideas,” said Dr Maria Fidelia de Lima, vice president of IADR, and dean of the Bauru School of Dentistry at the University of Sao Paulo (FOB-Bauru).

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New research adds colour to gum disease detection

April 16, 2009

Dentists at the Temple's Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry in the United States have found that a simple colour-changing oral strip can help detect gum disease in a patient more quickly and easily than traditional screening methods.

Social networking for dentists – made easy

April 16, 2009

What is a social network? For as long as humans have walked the earth we have been social creatures. We pride ourselves on family and form groups in order to survive. These groups not only allow us to survive but also thrive leading to new ideas and innovations. Well, the Internet, and some other factors, led to the diminishment of local groups and group activities.

Infiltration: a new treatment for caries

April 16, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: The president of DMG America, George Wolfe, couldn’t be happier. German-based researchers associated with DMG obtained the IADR “Materials and Bioengineering Research Award” for their investigation on Resin Infiltration of Natural Caries Lesions using “Icon,” the new revolutionary resin of the company.

Colgate introduces another breakthrough in dental sensitivity

April 14, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: Colgate-Palmolive introduced at the 87th Session of the International Association of Dental Research (IADR) in Miami a new product for in-office use that prevents dental hypersensitivity for long periods of time.

New measurements for clinical trials

April 14, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: The principal oral care researcher worldwide for Procter&Gamble, Dr Robert Gerlach, gave a conference at the IADR 87th Session in Miami titled ‘Use of Gingivitis Image Analysis in a Randomized Controlled Trial,’ that proposes a new approach for measuring the efficacy of clinical trials.

Searching for the last generation of adhesives

April 14, 2009

Miami, FL, USA: Peruvian doctors Gilberto and Natalia Henostroza presented two research papers on self-adhesive composite cements at the recent Congress of the International Association for the Dental Research (IADR).

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