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Revolutionising Implant Procedures With W&H

It is no overstatement to say that dentistry has advanced significantly since the first implant treatments performed in the 50s and 60s. Implantology in the UK is becoming a widely accepted treatment option by patients, with research continuing to evolve including how professionals think about the procedure and which type of implants they choose.

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Back To Your Roots With GC - Minimum Intervention Treatment Solutions For Root Caries

Back To Your Roots with GC, the Minimum Intervention Treatment Solution for root caries. Due to the ageing society, the prevalence of root caries might even increase in the future. Help protect roots by identifying the presence and risk factors of root caries in the early stage, by preventing it to develop or by restoring it in an adequate and minimally invasive way so that recurrence is reduced to a minimum. 

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Hand Health Risks For Dental Hygienists

Award-winning dental hygienist Claire Berry explores the common hand health risks, and discusses preventative strategies for a long and happy career in dental hygiene.

 

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Why Finding The Right Gloves Is Crucial For Dentistry And Your Health

Chapped and sore hands are a common occurrence in dentistry. Anna Middleton considers why finding the right gloves is important – both for your health and in clinic.

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Dental Resin Composites And Their Role In Minimally Invasive Operative Dentistry

Modern restorative dental filling materials used to restore teeth using minimally invasive operative techniques, can be classified in terms of their retention mechanism – how they are secured in the tooth. Constituent chemistry  - inert, bio-interactive and/or bio-active. Clinical properties - aesthetics, strength, wear, handling characteristics. 

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The C-Word

THE C-WORD. WHAT’S YOUR VIEW? There aren’t many of us whose lives haven’t been touched by cancer in some way.  If we’re lucky enough not to have been a victim ourselves, we’re sure to know someone who has. Personally, I had thyroid cancer in my early 20s that would have been spotted by a dentist had I been regularly attending appointments! Words By Joe Earl, Marketing Manager for Dental Sky wi...

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Finding The Best Shoes For Working In Dental Practices

The Science of Comfort & Wellbeing - By Toffeln The Difference with Toffeln  There are many brands of footwear promoting comfort. The difference with Toffeln footwear is designed especially for the healthcare industry, for dentists and nurses… people like you. Better by Design All shoes are not equal, sports footwear is designed for intensive, limited duration activities, the popular hi...

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Save Time And Money With 3M Glass Ionomers

Save Time With Glass Ionomer Placement with 3M Products that save time mean that, in theory, we can see more patients in a day. Glass Ionomers fit nicely into this space as an adhesive isn’t required, and the ability to bulk place to any depth due to the chemical cure makes these ideal time saving products. Ketac Universal glass ionomer restorative does not require the use of a glaze or con...

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How To Prevent Needlestick Injury In Dental Practices

How do we prevent needlestick injuries in dental practices and keep our team safe is a question asked worldwide in practices. Pierrel have explored this issue and created a solution! 

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How To Detect and Screen For Oral Cancer

What is Oral Cancer?  Oral cancer is a lethal disease, if left untreated, that dental professionals can encounter in their professional activity. Although not usually directly involved in the specific therapeutic phase, the role of the dentist and the dental hygienist is fundamental in the prevention of mouth cancer in it’s initial interception and in the control of discomfort resulting from...