Restorative dentistry

Study reveals best imaging method for identifying tooth decay

A study published in the Journal of Biomedical Optics (JBO) evaluated imaging methods for detecting active tooth decay.  

Matricing solutions for anterior direct resins

Andrew Chandrapal of IndigoDent Education recently shared his extensive knowledge of anterior direct resin restorations during a Dental Update webinar on October 17, 2022, supported by J&S Davis.

Battling biology

A look at the way technology is improving dental implant treatments.

Is dentistry ready to shine?

Nicolas Coomber discusses whether the pandemic has changed opinions on elective dentistry.

Choosing your everyday composite

John Rafelt discusses the factors you should consider.

Dental practice can grow patients’ bones in a regenerative implant treatment

A dental practice in South Lanarkshire renowned for its implant work has seen a 30 per cent year-on-year increase in enquiries after pioneering a technique that uses patients’ own blood plasma to grow...

Getting to the heart of occlusion

Occlusion is a core principle of almost every dental procedure, yet it remains one of the most misunderstood concepts in dentistry. To shed some light on the subject, Clark Dental is delighted to have...

Time-saving temporary crowns

John Rafelt discusses the benefits of temporary crowns. Over many years, 3M Oral Care has researched and developed a highly sophisticated and innovative range of temporary materials. The Protemp...

UK dentist wins prestigious Swedish prize for minimally invasive dentistry

The Sverker Prize is awarded in the memory of Sverker Toreskog, an internationally renowned clinician within the field of minimally invasive dentistry. The prize recognises an individual’s commitment...

Polyether innovation from 3M: How to capture every detail in just two minutes

Who is likely to benefit from polyether precision for small restorations? Dentists? The patient? The answer is everyone.

Accelerated precision for perfect polymer restorations

Dental technicians in the UK have been introduced to a new, in-house, 3D printer that takes one hour or less to print most restorations.

A naturally aesthetic smile

Thomas Sealey describes how he successfully avoided invasive and costly ceramic treatment.