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CADapalooza ’09 to take place in Miami Beach

May 19, 2009

The lineup for CADapalooza ’09 has just been announced. Join Dr Gordon Christensen, Dr Ed McLaren, Dr Curtis Jansen, Lee Culp CDT, and others at this event highlighting the newest innovations in CAD/CAM dentistry for dentists, lab technicians and all dental team members.

The science behind the smile

May 18, 2009 | Business

ANAHEIM, CA, USA: In an interview with Dental Tribune conducted at the recent California Dental Association meeting (15 to 17 May), GC America Marketing Director Dr Robert Lee discusses his company’s new composite, called Kalore.

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‘The power of one …’

May 18, 2009 | Business

ANAHEIM, CA, USA: In an interview with Dental Tribune at the recent California Dental Association meeting (15 to 17 May), C. Brian Melonakos, president and CEO of Shofu, discussed his company’s new BeautiBond seventh-generation bonding agent featuring dual adhesive monomers for dentin and enamel.

US House congratulates ADA on its 150th anniversary

May 18, 2009

WASHINGTON, DC, USA: The United States House of Representatives recently passed a resolution commending the American Dental Association (ADA) for 150 years of working to improve access to oral health care services that are essential to help ensure the health of the American public.

IFED to hold 6th World Congress in Las Vegas

May 18, 2009

LAS VEGAS, NV, USA: The International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry (IFED), an international consortium of 30 aesthetic dental organizations including the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (AAED) and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, among many others, will hold its 6th World Congress 2–5 August at the Bellagio Resort.

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AMD LASERS spreads the word

May 17, 2009 | Business

Sold in 60 seconds. That might be the catchphrase if AMD LASERS made a film about its Picasso soft tissue diode laser. “We set up here in the exhibition hall at the CDA on Friday and began showing it, and it was not more than a minute before we sold our first unit,” said President Alan Miller. “It sold in 60 seconds.”

AMD LASERS introduces new diode laser

May 16, 2009 | Business

ANAHEIM, CA, USA: AMD LASERS, the company that builds the world’s most affordable dental laser technology, announces the launch of the Picasso soft tissue diode laser to the U.S. dental industry. With its sleek and compact design, ease of use, comprehensive clinical results and a broad spectrum of applications, Picasso sets itself apart as a high-quality laser with distinctive features such as a multiple-language menu and a lower price point than any other laser available on the market.

Placement of dental implants results in minimal bone loss, study shows

May 15, 2009

CHICAGO, IL, USA: Dental implants are frequently used as a replacement for missing teeth in order to restore the patient’s tooth function and appearance. Previous research demonstrates that the placement of a dental implant disrupts the host tissue in the area of the implant, so practitioners often focus their treatment planning to carefully maintain the patient’s bone and gum tissue surrounding the implant. 

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Team spirit and an award-winning T-shirt ties Hu-Friedy together to support breast cancer awareness

May 14, 2009

CHICAGO, IL, USA: This year on Mother’s Day morning, Team Hu-Friedy walked proudly through Grant Park and the streets of Chicago with their chests puffed and heads held high. Team Hu-Friedy not only reached their corporate fundraising goal of US$10,000 for the Breast Cancer Network of Strength’s Walk to Empower, but picked up first prize in the organization’s corporate T-shirt design contest, winning much-appreciated compliments and well-deserved bragging rights.

New dental association aims to make profession eco-friendly one toothbrush at a time

May 14, 2009

BERKELEY, CA, USA: The Eco-Dentistry Association (EDA), an international association of dental professionals, has been launched by the creators of the country’s first green dental office to give colleagues access to eco-friendly practices and consumers the power to encourage their dentists to adopt earth-friendly methods.

Hands-on course to be offered on microscopic restorative dentistry

May 14, 2009

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA: Those who are interested in cutting-edge, microscope-enhanced dentistry will have an opportunity to get hands-on experience this summer. IDEA — the Interdisciplinary Dental Education Academy — will offer a hands-on workshop, Microscopic Restorative Dentistry: The Wave of the Future, 16–17 August. The course will be taught by Dr Ken Hovden.

‘Smile Experience’ exhibit to open at National Museum of Dentistry

May 12, 2009

BALTIMORE, MD, USA: The National Museum of Dentistry will open a new exhibit, The Smile Experience, on 6 June. The multimedia presentation will reveal the amazing power of a smile, from a historical look at how people have sought to enhance their smiles since ancient times to the impact that modern cosmetic dentistry now has on creating healthy smiles that give people confidence and change lives.

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Those who save teeth get energised in Orlando

May 11, 2009

ORLANDO, FL, USA: Nearly 4,000 dental professionals gathered at the Gaylord Palms here for the 2009 Annual Session of the American Association of Endodontists. The meeting, held 29 April through 2 May, offered specialists and GPs a chance to learn about the newest products and techniques.

Dentist establishes CE programme at NYU, receives honor

May 8, 2009

NEW YORK, NY, USA: Dr Jan Linhart and his wife, Ellen Linhart, have established the New York University College of Dentistry Linhart Continuing Dental Education Program at Dr Linhart’s alma mater. In honor of this act of philanthropy, New York University College of Dentistry recently inducted the couple into the Sir Harold Acton Society.

Six years supporting Innovation in Oral Care Awards

May 8, 2009

MIAMI, FL, USA: “This is our sixth year supporting the International Association for Dental Research’s Innovation in Oral Care Awards, said Stan Lech, vice president for Global Research & Development for GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, who explained that it is IADR who picks the winners for their outstanding service to dentistry.

Leukaemia drug helpful in treating head and neck cancer

May 8, 2009

LEIPZIG, Germany: A new anti-leukaemia compound, currently being studied at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York City in the US, has revealed promising results for treating head and neck cancer. According to a press note released by the university last week, the new class of chemotherapy agents, known as histone deacetylase inhibitors (HDAC), succeeded in killing tumour cells that had been removed from head and neck cancer patients and grown in the laboratory.

New dental association aims to make profession eco-friendly one toothbrush at a time

May 7, 2009

BERKELEY, CA, USA: The Eco-Dentistry Association (EDA), an international association of dental professionals, has been launched by the creators of the country’s first green dental office to give colleagues access to eco-friendly practices and consumers the power to encourage their dentists to adopt earth-friendly methods.

ADA names Dr Kathleen O’Loughlin executive director

May 7, 2009

CHICAGO, IL, USA: Dr Kathleen T. O’Loughlin of Medford, MA, USA, has been selected by the Board of Trustees of the American Dental Association to serve as the next ADA executive director/chief operating officer, effective 1 June. Dr O’Loughlin becomes the first female executive director in the ADA’s 150-year history.

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