Dr. Ardalan Sanati, cosmetic dentist in Tysons Corner, utilizes DIEM-2 for improved dental implant procedures.
KETTERING, OH, April 07, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Kettering family dentists Dr. William Almoney and Dr. Gerald Brown are happy to be using the Diagnodent Laser to help them and their staff find decay that can be hidden in teeth. Locating hidden decay before it destroys the tooth structure from the inside out is a major goal of modern dentistry.
Preparations are underway for the first known human trial to use embryonic-like stem cells collected from adult cells to grow bone.
SEATTLE, Wash., USA: A new cross-sectional study of almost 800 U.S. adults has found that one in eight patients suffer from dentine hypersensitivity. The prevalence was especially high among patients younger than 65 and women in particular.
Judging from the crowds on the exhibit hall floor here at the International Dental Show in Cologne, high-tech digital dentistry is a prime focal point of attendees’ interest - and that includes the lasers that are a specialty of leading dental laser manufacturer and distributor Biolase.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2013-IOS Technologies Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Glidewell Laboratories, industry-leading provider of dental lab products and services, announced today that its new TS150™ Mill can now be integrated with the 3M™ True Definition Scanner and 3Shape TRIOS® digital impression solution. The TS150 Mill can already be used with the IOS FastScan® intraoral scanner and FastDesign™ CAD software to fabricate a full range of dental restorations. Paired with one of these leading digital impression systems, the TS150 provides an in-office milling solution for affordable same-day dentistry.
Acupuncture is a rare topic in dentistry. However, experienced users speak out in favor of this method and apply it successfully. In a recently published article, German dentist Prof. Winfried Wojak from Horn-Bad Meinberg describes when and how acupuncture can usefully be applied in the dental setting.
In the early years of my general dentistry practice I recall that on one occasion after twisting over in an awkward position while sitting and treating a maxillary posterior tooth in a reclined patient I was unable to sit up without severe pain in my lower back. In fact, I could not get up and had difficulty continuing work the rest of the day.
Opanin Gyaami, a 71 years old dentist, has been going every other day to the state prison in Vacaville to treat dental patients. He has been doing this in order to earn money to pay off his incredibly large student loan. Again, it bears repeating: he is 71 years old.
According to researchers from the United States, saliva has been playing an increasing role in recent years in the identification of various oral and systemic conditions. Salivary fluid is increasingly being utilized as a means of health surveillance. US researchers at the moment are trying to develop new ways to use salivary fluid for further indications. The latter include cancer diagnosis.