Created by internationally renowned Artist Anna Dumitriu in collaboration with Dr Melissa Grant, a senior lecturer in biological sciences at the University of Birmingham’s School of Dentistry, the exhibition opens on October 4th. Being held at BDH Open Wide Gallery, which is in the foyer of the joint site of Birmingham Dental
Teachers of Kendriya Vidyalayas will be trained in oral health so that they can sensitise students about the significance of oral hygiene and healthy eating habits. In a first-of-its-kind initiative by the Centre for Dental Education and Research at AIIMS, one such training workshop in collaboration with the Union health
Yomi Robotic Dental System is the first and only FDA-cleared robotic device for dental implant surgery.Yomi provides robotic guidance to augment the clinical expertise of skilled dental teams and deliver repeatable surgical precision. Robotic System & Navigation Surgery put together enhance the precision and reduce the errors in placement of dental implants is what
Dental anesthesiology becomes the 10th dental specialty recognized by the National Commission on Recognition of Dental Specialties and Certifying Boards. The recognition comes after the National Commission on March 11 adopted a resolution based on an application from the American Society of Dentist Anesthesiologists to recognize dental anesthesiology as a
The Australian Dental Association used the occasion of World Cancer Day earlier this week (4 February) to remind Australians to schedule regular check-ups with their dentist which should include a screening for oral cancer. Oral cancer is a potentially fatal disease that can affect all ages, from young adults to the elderly.
A Los Angeles, CA-based dentist pleaded guilty on Thursday to a March 2018 indictment charging him with health care fraud arising from his false and fraudulent billings for crowns and fillings, which were never provided to patients. Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, US
More than 900 Saudi dentists remain unemployed while about 9,000 expatriate dentists work in hospitals under the Ministry of Health, according to the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCHS). There are 5,287 Saudis and 9,729 expatriates who are licensed to practice general dentistry in the Kingdom. Addressing the 20th batch
Align Technology reaches six millionth Invisalign patient The company have announced that over six million patients have begun treatment with Invisalign, which include 1.4 million teenage patients. The six millionth Invisalign patient, Yuzhe is a 12 year-old Chinese student who began treatment in October 2018 with Dr Jiawei Wo using Invisalign Comprehensive with mandibular
The Canada-United States Chapter of the Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF) has awarded four interprofessional grants totaling over $50,000.00 (USD) to fund projects that will have a positive impact on reducing the instance of dental caries, which is reversible, for children aged 0-6. These projects will be carried out in 2019.
More than a million people in England cannot register with an NHS dentist, with many “left in pain” and paying the price for ministers’ “indifference”, dental leaders warned. Analysis of the NHS GP Patient Survey found one in four patients, roughly 1.03 million people, are not on the books of an