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Study Finds Benefits Of Dental Therapists In Alaska, Insurance Commissioner Steps Down In Conn.
Carsamba, 03.11.2010, 01:00pm
The New York Times, certified dental therapists in Alaska, "the only state where nondentists may perform extractions and administer fillings. The therapists, who receive two years of training, help fill a vacuum: Alaska has long had trouble attracting and retaining licensed dentists...
GDC To Review Its Standards And Scope Of Practice, UK
Sali, 02.11.2010, 09:00am
The General Dental Council (GDC) has begun a review of its 'Standards Guidance' and 'Scope of Practice''. It's five years since the GDC published its 'Standards Guidance' and replaced its previous guidance document, 'Maintaining Standards'...
American Dental Association Apology Reinforces Commitment To Diversity
Cumartesi, 30.10.2010, 09:00am
The American Dental Association (ADA) acknowledged that it deeply regrets not taking a stronger stand against discriminatory membership practices during the pre-civil rights era. ADA President Raymond Gist, D.D.S...
AAPD Responds To Kellogg Study Of Alaska Dental Health Aide Therapist Program
Persembe, 28.10.2010, 11:00am
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the recognized leader in children's oral health, welcomes dialogue and participation from organizations such as the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in ensuring that everything is being done to improve the oral health status of at-risk children. Upon review of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's recent evaluation of U.S...
Prevention And Management Of Nerve Injury During Dental Implant Surgery
Persembe, 28.10.2010, 10:00am
Although implant dentistry has become widely accepted to restore esthetics and function of teeth, it is not without risks. One serious complication that can occur is alteration of sensation due to nerve injury. Some reports place this occurrence as high as 13%...
Halloween Adds To Tooth Decay Risk, Pretzels And Chips Won't Help
Carsamba, 27.10.2010, 03:00pm
Trick or treating may be great fun, and it can be just a lot of fun if certain precautions to protect teeth are taken, say various dental organizations on both sides of the Atlantic. If left unsupervised and without proper guidance and advice, most children will return home after an evening of trick-or-treating with a bag full of sugar-laden goodies which will be stashed away and last a long time...
American Dental Association Statement: Kellogg Study Of Alaska Dental Health Aide Therapist Program
Carsamba, 27.10.2010, 01:00pm
We always welcome an organization of the stature of the WK Kellogg Foundation to join us in our mission to improve the oral health of the nation's most vulnerable populations...
Global Dental Devices And Consumables Market To Be Worth $27.6 Billion By 2015
Pazartesi, 13.09.2010, 09:00am
The dental devices report forecasts the size of global dental devices and consumables market over the period from 2010 to 2015. The report analyses the key trends of the market, and segments the global dental equipment and consumables market by components and into various geographic regions (with the market size of each of these regions)...
Stem Cells, A Smart Use For Wisdom Teeth
Pazartesi, 13.09.2010, 08:00am
For most people, wisdom teeth are not much more than an annoyance that eventually needs to be removed. However, a new study appearing in the September 17 Journal of Biological Chemistry shows that wisdom teeth contain a valuable reservoir of tissue for the creation of stem cells; thus, everyone might be carrying around his or her own personal stem-cell repository should he or she ever need some...
ALLPRO Imaging Introduces ScanX Quantum™Digital Imaging Body And Dental Digital Images In One Compact System
Cuma, 10.09.2010, 09:00am
ALLPRO Imaging, a leader in digital imaging systems, introduces the ScanX Quantum, the most compact and versatile system for community health centers interested in upgrading to digital. It is the only system capable of body images up to 14" wide by any practical length and dental images in sizes 0-4. Made in the U.S.A., the ScanX Quantum is compact and lightweight (only 43 lbs...
States Continue To Wrestle With Federal Funding Issues, Budget Shortfalls
Persembe, 09.09.2010, 11:00am
The Fiscal Times: "Nationally, the number of Medicaid beneficiaries has risen by 8 percent a year since 2008, and 44 states have reported that they will exceed their enrollment and spending growth projections this year, the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured reported...
Managing BPA Exposure In Dental Sealants
Carsamba, 08.09.2010, 08:00am
Dental sealants containing a variety of bisphenol A (BPA) derivatives are effective in preventing the most common dental cavities in children and adolescents. The special article, "Bisphenol A and Related Compounds in Dental Materials: A Critical Review," in the October 2010 print issue of Pediatrics, published online Sept...
What Can A New Zealand Reptile Tell Us About False Teeth?
Carsamba, 08.09.2010, 07:00am
Using a moving 3D computer model based on the skull and teeth of a New Zealand reptile called tuatara, a BBSRC-funded team from the University of Hull, University College London and the Hull York Medical School has revealed how damage to dental implants and jaw joints may be prevented by sophisticated interplay between our jaws, muscles and brain...
Dental Sealants Contain Bisphenol A (BPA) Derivatives Which May Seep Into Children's Mouths
Sali, 07.09.2010, 06:00pm
A study has revealed that sealants and fillings used on children's teeth may expose them to bisphenol A (BPA), says an article in the medical journal Pediatrics. The researchers say it is not yet clear whether this is hazardous to the long-term health of a child, as exposure does not generally last long...
Gum Bacteria Escape Into Bloodstream And Increase Risk Of Clots And Heart Attack
Pazartesi, 06.09.2010, 05:00pm
UK researchers have found another reason for us to keep brushing and flossing our teeth: the same gum bacteria that cause dental plaque can escape from the mouth into the bloodstream and trigger clots that increase risk of heart attack and heart disease...
ADA 2010 Annual Session Features Latest Products, Technologies In Dentistry
Cuma, 03.09.2010, 02:00pm
There's still time to register and gain firsthand knowledge of the latest products, technologies and techniques in dentistry at the American Dental Association's (ADA) 151st Annual Session and World Marketplace Exhibition. It takes place Oct. 9-Oct. 12 at the Orlando (Fla.) Orange County Convention Center...
Access Remains Top Priority For Dental Commissioning, Say PCTs, UK
Cuma, 03.09.2010, 08:00am
Significant challenges remain for the commissioning of dentistry in England despite the growing experience of commissioning staff and consensus on priorities. That's according to the 2010 British Dental Association (BDA) Local Commissioning Survey...
DentalXChange Supports DentalOne Partners, Inc., By Delivering A Company-Wide Electronic Eligibility Solution
Persembe, 02.09.2010, 09:00am
EDI Health Group, Inc., (EHG), parent company of DentalXChange, a provider of enhanced connectivity, streamlined technology and transaction solutions for patients, payers and providers in the dental industry, has been selected by DentalOne Partners, Inc...
Dental Surgery At The Click Of A Mouse, New E-learning Platform For Students Of Dentistry At Mainz University Medical Center
Persembe, 02.09.2010, 08:00am
The new e-learning platform ILKUM (an acronym for "Interaktiver Lernzielkatalog der Universitätsmedizin Mainz" or interactive catalogue of learning objectives of Mainz University Medical Center) is a sign of things to come: Students of dentistry in 2010 now only need internet access to be able to download case studies with film and image material showing disease patterns and s...
Indiana Reports Fewer Preventable Medical Errors; Kansas Struggles To Meet Oral Health Needs
Carsamba, 01.09.2010, 12:00pm
The Indianapolis Star: "Indiana's hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers reported a decrease in preventable medical errors last year--including a 33 percent drop in the number of bed sores. Overall, 306 facilities reported 94 preventable medical errors in 2009, according to a report released Monday by the Indiana State Department of Health...
OrthoAccel Technologies Announces Full-Market Release Of AcceleDent, A New Technology To Shorten Treatment Time In Braces
Carsamba, 01.09.2010, 10:00am
OrthoAccel Technologies, Inc. announced this week that following a successful limited market release of AcceleDent last October it will be initiating a full-market release throughout the United Kingdom this coming September...
Scotland Registration Statistics Don't Tell Full Story, Says BDA
Carsamba, 01.09.2010, 07:00am
Figures for the number of individuals registered with an NHS dentist published by NHS Scotland today do not tell the full story, according to the British Dental Association (BDA)...
Poor Dental Health In Deprived Children Needs To Be Tackled From Birth
Pazartesi, 30.08.2010, 10:00am
Oral health strategies to combat very high levels of tooth decay in children from deprived areas need to start from birth. That's the conclusion of a large-scale study of the dental health of three-year olds published in the latest edition of the British Dental Journal...
Who Hasn't Had Dental Cavities?
Cuma, 27.08.2010, 09:00am
A research study has for the first time revealed data about dental cavities, periodontal disease, oral treatment needs, the use of dental prostheses and dental hygiene habits among the adult population in the Valencia region. The results show that 90% of people have cavities and 20-35% need prostheses...
Professor Reports On University Of Maryland Dental School's Cyberspace Odyssey
Persembe, 26.08.2010, 02:00pm
Students of the University of Maryland Dental School "represent a link, a conduit, to the future," due to the school's leadership in teaching digital dentistry, Gary Hack, DDS, said today in Amsterdam at the annual meeting of the Association of Dental Educators in Europe (ADEE), "Digital Dentistry: A Space Odyssey"...
Registration Support For Providers Of Dental Services, UK
Persembe, 26.08.2010, 12:00pm
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is extending its national contact centre's opening hours and publishing new guidance on registration to help support primary dental providers preparing to apply for registration under new legislation. The Newcastle-based centre will now open from 8.30am to 8pm Monday to Thursday, from 8.30am to 5.30pm on Friday and from 8am to 4pm on Saturdays...
Fluoride In Water Prevents Adult Tooth Loss
Carsamba, 25.08.2010, 09:00am
Children drinking water with added fluoride helps dental health in adulthood decades later, a new study finds. In an article appearing in the October issue of the American Journal of Public Health, Matthew Neidell reports a strong relationship between fluoride levels in a resident's county at the time of their birth with tooth loss as an adult...
The Truth About Meth, A Devastating And Addictive Drug
Cumartesi, 21.08.2010, 08:00am
On the street it's known as meth, speed, ice, chalk, crank, fire, glass or crystal. Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug that wreaks havoc on the entire body, including the user's oral health. Approximately 10 million Americans have tried methamphetamine, while more than 1.4 million are habitual users...
Nation's Largest Institute Dedicated To Children's Oral Health Opens In Seattle
Cuma, 20.08.2010, 10:00am
At today's ribbon cutting ceremony, The Center for Pediatric Dentistry, created to address the growing epidemic of childhood dental disease, announced the grand opening of its facility on September 1, 2010. The Seattle-based institute is the first of its kind in the country, providing pediatric dental care, education for dentists and medical professionals, research, and policy under one roof...
Figures Highlight Mounting Expenses Of Dental Practice, Warns BDA
Persembe, 19.08.2010, 11:00am
New figures published by the NHS Information Centre highlight the increasing expense of providing dental care, the British Dental Association (BDA) has warned. The Information Centre's report, Dental Earnings and Expenses, England and Wales 2008/09, shows expenses borne by dental practices escalating at a faster rate than incomes were increasing during the period it details...
Sedation And General Anesthesia Practices In US Dentistry Vary Widely
Carsamba, 18.08.2010, 10:00am
A wide variation has been found in the training for and practice of sedation and general anesthesia within the dental profession in the United States. Safe, effective pain and anxiety control techniques are an essential part of dentistry. A survey designed to be a snapshot of common practices provides insight into this limited area of research...
Genetic Test Used By Landmark Dental School Study To Help Predict Gum Disease
Cuma, 13.08.2010, 10:00am
University of Michigan School of Dentistry has signed an agreement with Interleukin Genetics Inc. to conduct what may be the largest clinical study to date using genetic testing to assess the risk for gum disease. William Giannobile, professor at U-M dentistry and director of the Michigan Center for Oral Health Research at the School of Dentistry, will lead the study for U-M...
Interleukin Genetics, Inc. And The University Of Michigan To Assess Predictive Value Of New Genetic Test For Periodontal Disease
Cuma, 13.08.2010, 08:00am
Interleukin Genetics, Inc. (NYSE Amex: ILI) announced that the Company has signed an agreement with the University of Michigan to conduct a landmark clinical study on risk factors predictive of periodontal disease progression to tooth loss using a new version of Interleukin Genetics' PST genetic test...
New Process Could Improve Dental Restoration Procedures
Carsamba, 11.08.2010, 08:00am
Oral surgeons may one day have an easier, less costly approach to one important aspect of dental restoration, thanks to a newly patented process developed by researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T). The process computerizes the method for creating a dental bar, also called an over-denture...
Life-Saving New 'Dentist' Test To Detect Oral Cancer
Sali, 10.08.2010, 10:00am
A new test for oral cancer, which a dentist could perform by simply using a brush to collect cells from a patient's mouth, is set to be developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust...
British Dental Association Secures Reconsideration Of Pay Award Interpretation
Pazartesi, 09.08.2010, 09:00am
The British Dental Association (BDA) has persuaded the Scottish Government to reconsider the way it is implementing this year's Doctors and Dentists Review Body (DDRB) pay award. The BDA's Scottish Dental Practice Committee (SDPC) has successfully argued that the DDRB had taken the expenses element of the pay award into account and that the 0...
New York Attorney General Investigating Health Care Credit Cards
Cuma, 06.08.2010, 12:00pm
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is investigating health care credit cards peddled by doctors and dentists. Cuomo has received "hundreds of complaints from consumers" about the cards, The Associated Press/Bloomberg Businessweek reports...
Gene Brings Teeth In Shape
Cuma, 06.08.2010, 11:00am
No healthy teeth without this gene: if during tooth formation (odontogenesis) the so-called Jagged2 gene is inactivated, and hence the Notch signalling pathway interrupted, tooth crowns will be malformed and enamel will be lacking. As this signalling pathway is involved in the formation of all tissues and organs, the new insights from the University of Zurich research team have wider implications...
GDC Points Dental Care Professionals Back Towards The Register, UK
Cuma, 06.08.2010, 10:00am
The General Dental Council (GDC) is explaining what dental care professionals (DCPs) need to do if they missed the 31 July annual retention fee (ARF) deadline and they want to get back on its register. Being registered with the GDC is a legal requirement for DCPs in the UK...
Chew On This, Six Dental Myths Debunked
Cuma, 06.08.2010, 10:00am
Brushing, flossing, and twice-yearly dental check-ups are standard for oral health care, but there are more health benefits to taking care of your pearly whites than most of us know...
Another Reason To Stay In Shape Healthy Teeth And Gums
Persembe, 05.08.2010, 11:00am
The health complications of being overweight, such as increased risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and certain cancers, have long been reported. Health care professionals often urge patients to manage their weight and strive to get physical exercise each day to achieve and maintain overall health...
Genetically Engineered Herpes Virus Helps Treat Mouth, Neck And Head Cancer
Persembe, 05.08.2010, 10:00am
Doctors have used a genetically engineered herpes virus to help treat patients suffering from mouth, neck and head cancer. In a trial run by the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) and The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, 17 patients were given injections of the virus, as well as being treated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy...
Link Between Gum Inflammation And Alzheimer's Disease Supported By New Evidence From NYUCD
Persembe, 05.08.2010, 07:00am
NYU dental researchers have found the first long-term evidence that periodontal (gum) disease may increase the risk of cognitive dysfunction associated with Alzheimer's disease in healthy individuals as well as in those who already are cognitively impaired. The NYU study offers fresh evidence that gum inflammation may contribute to brain inflammation, neurodegeneration, and Alzheimer's disease...
Tongue Piercings Associated With Gap Between Teeth
Carsamba, 04.08.2010, 06:00pm
'Playing' with a pierced tongue stud could lead to a gap between the front teeth-according to a new study. The Research, which was carried out at the University at Buffalo in New York, suggested that tongue piercings could be a major cause of unnecessary orthodontic issues...
Mass. Towns Find Savings In Municipal-Based Health Insurance Plans; Conn. Hospitals' Earnings Improve; Free Dental Clinic In Virginia
Carsamba, 04.08.2010, 11:00am
The Boston Globe: "Fourteen cities and towns that have moved their employees, retirees, and elected officials from their own municipal-based health care insurance plans into the state's much larger, more flexible system collectively saved more than $30 million their first year in the program, according to a new report. ...
Tongue Piercing May Cause Gapped Teeth
Carsamba, 04.08.2010, 10:00am
First, your child gets her tongue pierced. Then, as if you needed something else, she starts "playing" with the tiny barbell-shaped stud, pushing it against her upper front teeth. And before you know it, she forces a gap between those teeth a fraction-of-an-inch gap that may cost thousands of dollars in orthodontic bills to straighten...
Potential Dental Implications Of Tongue Piercing
Carsamba, 04.08.2010, 08:00am
Mark this one down as a parental nightmare. First, your child gets her tongue pierced. Then, as if you needed something else, she starts "playing" with the tiny barbell-shaped stud, pushing it against her upper front teeth. And before you know it, she forces a gap between those teeth-a fraction-of-an-inch gap that may cost thousands of dollars in orthodontic bills to straighten...
Reducing Dental Errors Using Pilot Safety Protocol
Carsamba, 04.08.2010, 07:00am
Pilots and dentists have more in common than one might think: Both jobs are highly technical and require teamwork. Both are subject to human error where small, individual mistakes may lead to catastrophe if not addressed early...
Research Roundup: COBRA Subsidies; Children's Insurance And Dental Coverage; Adopting Health IT; Race And Heart Treatments
Pazartesi, 02.08.2010, 08:00am
Archives of Internal Medicine: Racial Differences In Admissions To High-Quality Hospitals For Coronary Heart Disease-"Racial disparities in the management of coronary heart disease (CHD) are widely documented, yet the reasons behind persistent gaps in quality of care are not fully understood," write the authors, who examined "Medicare patients with acute myocardial in...
Innovative Health Care Effort In Chicago Reports Successess And Disappointments
Pazartesi, 02.08.2010, 07:00am
Several news outlets look at different models for medical care. "An initiative designed to transform health care on Chicago's South Side ... has linked 5,600 people to a 'medical home' since 2005, University of Chicago executives said Thursday," The Chicago Tribune reported...
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