Dental Materials

Material matters

Cemal Ucer explains how to choose the right bone grafting material to achieve the best clinical outcomes for your patients.

Restorative system deemed suitable for medium to large class II restorations

A five-year multicenter clinical study confirms Equia Forte is a suitable material for medium to large class II restorations.

Dental brand announces launches international logistics centre and welcomes new general manager

American dental group Young Innovations has established a new logistics centre in Ireland. The Dungarvan site will become a hub for international trade and the European market.

Utilising bioceramics the right way in endodontics

We talked to Josette Camilleri about the importance of understanding your materials.

Dental and biomaterials testing service

University of Birmingham Enterprise announces the launch of the Birmingham Dental and Biomaterials Testing Service (BiMaTs) to provide consultancy and a comprehensive materials testing service for...

World’s thinnest cosmetic dental veneer

Boston Micro Fabrication (BMF), a leader in advanced manufacturing solutions for ultra-high precision applications, announced it is entering the dental market with the launch of UltraThineer, the...

A social shift to a greener way of life

Margaret Black considers what consumers are looking for.

New material invented to replace extracted human teeth for dental research

Extracted human teeth have long been used in conducting dental research, such as evaluating dental ceramic materials as a crown restoration on tooth. It is an inexpensive and straightforward process...

Dental beauty powered by nature

Julia Svec considers the benefits of using natural whitening agents.

Expanding in the United Kingdom and Ireland

Neoss Group is happy to announce the newly formed Neoss UK & Ireland Ltd. sales organisation, which will begin operations on December 1, 2022.

Innovative new whitening system launched

Professional whitening has never been so popular. The recent pandemic changed ways of meeting and communicating, and we now look at ourselves on screen, multiple times a day meaning 69 per cent of UK...