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Henry Schein Dental helps dentists safely return to providing care

Henry Schein Dental UK has compiled a variety of measures that focus on the critical steps necessary to help dentists safely restart their practices.

Dentist heads up PPE 3D-print project to supply COVID-19 NHS workers

A dentist is coordinating a project that is 3D-printing visors for NHS staff battling COVID-19 on the frontline.

US set to approve UK tooth decay imaging system

Scottish company Calcivis has received a preliminary FDA green light for an advanced dental imaging system that can highlight active tooth decay.

Dentists urged to join effort to boost supply chains amid coronavirus crisis

Dentists and dental technicians are being encouraged to join the effort in boosting the supply chain that's providing vital equipment to those on the frontline battling Covid-19.

Pärla Toothpaste Tabs offer an ethical, plastic-free solution to conventional toothpaste

The dehydrated tabs come in a reusable glass jar, and they are simply chewed for five seconds and then used for brushing as normal with a wet toothbrush.

Digital Dentistry on tour

Planmeca invites you to experience first-hand its trailblazing digital solutions at a free to attend event on Monday, September 23, at the Wellcome Collection, London, NW1 2BE.

Dentistry heading for ‘innovation age’ thanks to technology transfer, says Sagentia

Improvement and modernisation of dentistry is set to accelerate over the next decade, aided by technologies that have already been proven in other sectors, say medical specialists at Sagentia.

Advancing image-guided implant dentistry with new technical innovations

Image Navigation is announcing, at the 2019 IDS in Cologne, one of the world’s most advanced image guided implant dentistry systems. 

Sensodyne launches dual action toothpaste designed for sensitivity and gum problems

Sensodyne, the number one dentist recommended brand for sensitive teeth, has unveiled a new specialist dual action toothpaste that targets both sensitive teeth and gum problems. The new toothpaste...

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.