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HPV In Tumors Is Best Predictor Of Throat Cancer Survival
Carsamba, 09.06.2010, 07:00am
The presence of human papilloma virus, the virus that causes cervical cancer, in tumors is the most important predictor of survival for people diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer (cancer of the back of the mouth), according to a new study led by a researcher at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center-Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J...
Graduates Of US Dental Schools Unprepared To Screen For Sleep Disorders
Pazartesi, 07.06.2010, 09:00am
According to new research presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, the majority of U.S. dental schools have not adequately prepared their graduates to screen for sleep disorders, which affect more than 70 million adults in the U.S. Researchers from the University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Dentistry surveyed each of the 58 U.S...
Nasendoscopy Proves Useful In Predicting Treatment Success In Sleep Apnea Patients
Pazartesi, 07.06.2010, 08:00am
According to new research presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, nasendoscopy may help dentists predict oral appliance therapy success in sleep apnea patients. Nasendoscopy involves a flexible endoscope being inserted through the nasal cavity. The tip of the scope is placed at the level of the velopharynx and oro-/hypopharynx...
Sleep-Disordered Breathing Is Common But Hard To Detect In Pediatric Patients
Pazartesi, 07.06.2010, 08:00am
According to new research presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, an estimated 18 percent of pediatric patients in a University of North Carolina-based study were at-risk for sleep-related breathing disorders (SRBD)...
Sleep-Disordered Breathing In Children Identified By Dental Questionnaire
Pazartesi, 07.06.2010, 07:00am
According to new research that received the Graduate Student Research Award on Saturday, June 5, at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, questionnaires can help dentists screen for sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) in a pediatric population. SDB includes obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), upper-airway resistance syndrome, and snoring...
Oral Appliance Therapy Success For Sleep Apnea May Be Determined By Tongue Measurements
Pazartesi, 07.06.2010, 07:00am
According to new research that received the Graduate Student Research Award on Saturday, June 5, at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, the ratio between tongue volume and bony enclosure size in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may help dentists calculate oral appliance treatment success...
Oral Appliance Therapy Show High Efficacy And Compliance For Sleep Apnea Patients
Pazartesi, 07.06.2010, 07:00am
According to new research that was presented on Saturday, June 5, at the 19th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, between 31 and 53 months after beginning oral appliance therapy, the sleep apnea treatment remained effective. Subjective daytime sleepiness, fatigue severity, and quality of life also remained improved...
Multiple Dental X-Rays Raise Risk Of Thyroid Cancer
Pazar, 06.06.2010, 02:00pm
Researchers from Brighton (England), Cambridge (England) and Kuwait have demonstrated that thyroid cancer risk increases as the number of dental x-rays taken grows. The researchers report that the incidence rates of thyroid cancer have doubled from 1.4 per 100,000 in 1975 to 2.9 per 100,000 in 2006 in the UK...
Two Surgeries May Be Better Than One, Reducing Bone Loss In Oral Implants
Cuma, 04.06.2010, 08:00am
Researchers have found that less bone loss is experienced in an oral implant when a two-stage approach to surgery is used. Simultaneously inserted implants, which require one operation to transplant bone tissue and to insert implants into the jawbone, have shown excellent results...
Millennium Dental Technologies Wins CE Marking For PerioLase(R) MVP-7™Digital Dental Laser For The Treatment Of Gum Disease
Cuma, 04.06.2010, 07:00am
Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. (MDT), pioneers of the patented LANAP™protocol for the treatment of gum disease, announced receipt of the ConformitéEuropéenne (CE) certification for its PerioLase®MVP-7™, a 6-watt free-running variable pulsed Nd:YAG dental laser featuring digital technology and seven pulse durations...
Today's OpEds: Concerns About Reform; Relieving Businesses' Burden; The Health System Arrogance
Carsamba, 02.06.2010, 11:00am
MassCare Is Lesson For U.S. In Wake Of Health Care Bill Fort Worth Business Press It has been said, the mark of intelligence is learning from your own mistakes and the mark of genius is learning from other people's mistakes...
Night Time Eating Linked To Tooth Loss
Carsamba, 02.06.2010, 09:00am
Eating food late at night contributes to tooth loss, regardless of the type of food you eat, according to American and Danish researchers, who noted the reason could be that saliva flow, which is important for removing debris in the mouth, dries up at night...
Amarillo Biosciences' Dietary Supplement For Dry Mouth Maxisal Launched In Germany
Pazar, 30.05.2010, 07:00am
Amarillo Biosciences, Inc. (ABI) (OTCBB: AMAR) announced that Maxisal, its dietary supplement to enhance salivary function, promote oral comfort and help relive dry mouth, has been launched in Germany (www.Maxisal.de). Maxisal is marketed in Germany by ABI's licensee Egofocus OHG based in Darmstadt. The first target market in Germany is cancer patients...
What To Do If Your Teeth Are Knocked Out
Cumartesi, 29.05.2010, 08:00am
Chicago Blackhawks star Duncan Keith's dental misfortune on the ice is an occupational hazard for hockey players, but teeth also can be lost in accidents, sports mishaps and falls that can happen to anyone...
States Act On Hospital Readmissions, Brace For Insurance Rate Hikes And Advance Health Legislation
Cuma, 28.05.2010, 12:00pm
The Philadelphia Inquirer: "[M]ore than 200 area hospital administrators, doctors, nurses, and others met with national experts at the Union League in Center City to learn about strategies to reduce hospital readmissions in the five-county Philadelphia area...
Brushing Your Teeth Twice A Day Reduces Your Risk Of Heart Disease
Cuma, 28.05.2010, 10:00am
People who brush their teeth twice a day have a significantly lower risk of heart disease compared to individuals who have poor oral hygiene, says a report published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) today. Over the last couple of decades there has been a growing interest in the link between heart and gum disease...
Mouthguard Important Piece Of Athletic Gear Injury Risk Nearly Two Times Greater Without Mouth Protection
Cuma, 28.05.2010, 09:00am
If you participate in organized sports or recreational activities, there's always the risk of injury to the mouth, says the American Dental Association (ADA). In a recent NHL playoff game, a Chicago Blackhawk player was struck in the mouth by a speeding puck...
What Is Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)? What Causes Teeth Grinding?
Cuma, 28.05.2010, 07:00am
Bruxism is the term that refers to an incessant and unintentional grinding and clenching of the teeth. Persons with bruxism are called bruxers. They are often unaware that they have developed this habit. Bruxism may be mild and may not even require treatment. However, it can be frequent and severe enough to lead to jaw disorders, headaches, damaged teeth and other problems...
Potential Test For Gum Disease Using Little-Known Mouth Fluid
Persembe, 27.05.2010, 01:00pm
A little-known fluid produced in tiny amounts in the gums, those tough pink tissues that hold the teeth in place, has become a hot topic for scientists trying to develop an early, non-invasive test for gum disease, the No. 1 cause of tooth loss in adults...
Users Of Bisphosphonates May Be Unfamiliar With Drug's Possible Side Effects On Oral Health
Persembe, 27.05.2010, 12:00pm
People undergoing bisphosphonate therapy to prevent or treat osteoporosis (a thinning of the bones) may be unfamiliar with the drug and possible adverse side effects on oral health, according to a study in the May issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA)...
Some Bisphosphonates Patients Unfamiliar With Drug's Possible Side Effects On Oral Health
Persembe, 27.05.2010, 09:00am
People undergoing bisphosphonate therapy to prevent or treat osteoporosis (a thinning of the bones) may be unfamiliar with the drug and possible adverse side effects on oral health, according to a study in the May issue of The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA)...
Today's OpEds: States Must Take On Public Health Challenges; Placing Blame For High Health Costs
Carsamba, 26.05.2010, 12:00pm
Out With Rationing, In With Price Controls The Wall Street Journal Britain's 'reform' will do little to improve access to life-extending drugs (5/25)...
Clue To Treatment For Alzheimer's Provided By Mutant Gum Disease Bacteria
Carsamba, 26.05.2010, 11:00am
A defective, mutant strain of the bacterium that causes gum disease could provide a clue to potential treatments for Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and a number of other diseases. Researchers from the University of Florida College of Dentistry report their findings today at the 110th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology in San Diego...
Texas Dentists To Test Rice University Students' Portable Suction Device
Sali, 25.05.2010, 12:00pm
Rice University bioengineering students really get their teeth into their senior design projects. This year, one team got everybody else's teeth into it, too. Five Rice seniors have created a portable dental suction device, an inexpensive, battery-powered version of the vacuum system commonly used in dentists' offices to remove blood and saliva from a patient's mouth...
Technique Yields Potential Biological Substitute For Dental Implants
Sali, 25.05.2010, 08:00am
A technique pioneered in the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory of Dr. Jeremy Mao, the Edward V...
Nottingham Dentist Assumes Presidency Of BDA
Cuma, 21.05.2010, 09:00am
Dr Amarjit Gill, a general dental practitioner in Nottingham, will become the 124th President of the British Dental Association (BDA) on Thursday 20 May. Dr Gill will be presented with his chain of office and make his inaugural speech as BDA President at the opening of the 2010 British Dental Conference and Exhibition at Liverpool's Arena and Convention Centre...
Putting Teeth Into Forensic Science
Persembe, 20.05.2010, 11:00am
In a large natural disaster, such as the Haitian earthquake earlier this year, or in an unsolved homicide case, knowing the birth date of an individual can guide forensic investigators to the correct identity among a large number of possible victims...
Study Published In Journal Of Dental Research: Body's Own Stem Cells Leads To Tooth Regeneration
Carsamba, 19.05.2010, 11:00pm
In a statement today, StemSave™Inc., the market leader in the field of stem cell recovery and cryo-preservation lauds research published in the current issue of the Journal of Dental Research citing a new technique pioneered by the authors that can orchestrate the body's own stem cells to regenerate teeth. StemSave commends the authors for their groundbreaking work...
New Strategy Required For Dental Research Concludes Summit, UK
Carsamba, 19.05.2010, 07:00am
An overhaul of the way dental research is organised is required in order to enhance excellence and ensure that it remains internationally competitive. That's according to a UK research summit for oral and dental researchers to consider the current state of dental research and its future...
The Importance Of Good Oral Health During Pregnancy
Sali, 18.05.2010, 12:00pm
It's no secret that pregnancy is an important time in a woman's life. While women often hear about how pregnancy causes physical changes that affect their hormone or appetite levels, these changes can have a great effect on their oral health as well...
High Rate Of Periodontal Disease May Be Putting Young Indigenous Adults At Risk Of Chronic Diseases, Australia
Pazartesi, 17.05.2010, 10:00am
Young Aboriginal adults have 2-11 times higher adverse clinical oral health outcomes than young Australian adults generally, according to research published in the Medical Journal of Australia...
News From The Journals Of The American Society For Microbiology
Pazartesi, 17.05.2010, 08:00am
Unhealthy Patterns of Innate Oral Bacteria May Cause Bad Breath It might not just be poor oral hygiene causing that bad breath say researchers from Japan. Unhealthy patterns of bacterial populations inherent to the mouth may also contribute to oral malodor. They report their findings in the May 2010 issue of the journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology...
New Model For Investigating Tobacco/Oral Cancer Link Developed By NYU College Of Dentistry, Penn State
Cumartesi, 15.05.2010, 07:00am
Although tobacco use is widely understood to be one of the leading causes of oral cancer, research on the prevention of tobacco-related oral cancer in experimental animals has traditionally been limited to examining the impact of synthetic carcinogens manufactured especially for cancer research, rather than on observing the effects of carcinogens that occur in tobacco smoke...
Dişhekimlerinden sevk yasağına isyan
Cuma, 11.09.2009, 05:08pm
Maliye Bakanlığı’nın 5 Eylül Cumartesi günü yeni bir tebliğ yayımlanarak sevkleri yine yasakladığına dikkat çeken Manisa Dişhekimleri Odası Başkanı Zihni Hoşkar, “Toplumumuzu ticari ve tekelci bir anlayışla çalışan yetersiz resmi sağlık Kurumlarından uzun süreçlere randevuya mahkûm eden bu anlayışa karşı mücadelemiz devam edecektir” dedi.
SGK'lılar da özel diş hekimlerinden ücretsiz faydalanacak
Cumartesi, 08.08.2009, 11:38am
Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu'na bağlı çalışanlar, özel çalışan diş hekimlerine ücretsiz tedavi olabilecek. Ağustos ayından itibaren başlayacak uygulama için SGK 14 bin diş hekimiyle anlaşma yapmaya hazırlanıyor.
Diş hekimleri yaz aylarını bekliyor
Carsamba, 08.04.2009, 08:10pm
SGK’lı hastalar eylül ayında serbest diş hekimleri nden hizmet alabilecek. Diş hekimleri yle SGK arasında imzalanacak hizmet alım sözleşmesi içeriği nisan ayında belli olacak
SGK diş tedavisinde özele açılıyor
Sali, 10.02.2009, 02:58pm
Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu (SGK), diş tedavisinde serbest diş hekimlikleri ve özel sağlık kurum ve kuruluşlarıyla sözleşme yapmaya hazırlanıyor.
Diş hekimleri evlerini muayenehaneye çeviremeyecek
Pazartesi, 29.12.2008, 09:23am
Danıştay 10. Dairesi, diş hekimlerinin, ikamet ettikleri evlerinin bir bölümünü muayenehane olarak kullanmayacaklarına karar verdi.
Diş hekimlerinden SGK'ya yüzde 30'la muayenehanelerden 'hizmet alımı' teklifi
Persembe, 18.09.2008, 07:06am
Türk Dişhekimleri Birliği (TDB) Genel Başkanı Celal Korkut Yıldırım, kamuda verilen ağız ve diş sağlığına yönelik hizmetin talebi karşılamadığını öne sürerek, ''Toplum sağlığı için muayenehanelerden de hizmet alınmalıdır. Hizmet alımı hakkında hazırladığımız öneri paketini bugün Sosyal Güvenlik Kurumu'na (SGK) sunacağız'' dedi.
'Hastane yoğunlaştı, 30 hekim daha gönderin'
Persembe, 28.08.2008, 08:15am
Sivas'ta Ağız ve Diş Sağlığı Hastanesi'nde yaşanan yoğunluğun giderilmesi için Sağlık Bakanlığı'ndan 30 hekim ataması istendi
4/B SÖZLEŞMELİ DİŞ TABİBİ ve ECZACI ALIMI KURASI
Sali, 08.07.2008, 06:36pm

4/B SÖZLEŞMELİ DİŞ TABİBİ ve ECZACI ALIMI KURASI
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SSK'lıdan umudu kesen diş hekimleri gözünü paralı hastaya dikti
Pazartesi, 07.07.2008, 06:44am
Sevk ve geri ödemede yaşanan sıkıntı nedeniyle sigortalı hastalarını kamuya kaptıran özel diş hekimleri, zengin 'müşteri' kapma yarışına girdi. Özel diş hekimleri, hasta çekebilmek için de fiyatı 40 bin euroyu bulan diş bakım ünitelerine yöneldi.
Tedavi karşılığı seks!
Carsamba, 18.06.2008, 06:16am
Diş hekiminin tarifesini, tedavi ücretini fazla bulan pek çok kadın kabul etmiş...
Alt katta diş çekimi, üst katta erotik şov !
Cuma, 30.05.2008, 07:03am
Ek kazanç sağlamak isteyen dişçi, çözümü kız arkadaşına erotik şov yaptırmakta buldu.
Diş sağlığı hizmetleri sağlık ocaklarında etkinleştirilecek
Persembe, 20.03.2008, 09:59pm
Sağlık Bakanlığı, ağız ve diş sağlığı hizmetlerinin sağlık ocaklarında daha etkinleştirilmesi amacıyla bazı yeni düzenlemeler yaptı.
Döner sermaye diş hekimlerini şaşırttı!
Carsamba, 12.03.2008, 01:32pm
İzmir Dişhekimleri Odasının döner sermaye ile ilgili çalışmasında, aynı hastanede çalışan diş hekimlerinden biri sadece bir dolgu yaparken,diğerinin 143 dolgu uygulaması gerçekleştirdiği belirtildi. Uzmanlar, “Hekimin bu işlemleri uygun bir şekilde gerçekleştirmesi imkânsızdır” dedi
YEŞİL KART ÖDEMELERİ HAKKINDA BİLGİLENDİRME
Sali, 19.02.2008, 08:38pm
Maliye Bakanlığı tarafından eczanelere yapılması gereken Yeşil kart ödemeleri için, Sağlık Bakanlığı Strateji Geliştirme Daire Başkanlığı’na 95 milyon YTL’lik tutarın aktarımının yapıldığı ve .....
“Muayenehanelerden de hizmet alınsın”
Sali, 19.02.2008, 07:35pm
Türk Dişhekimleri Birliği bünyesinde “Kamunun Özelden Hizmet Satın Alması Çalışma Grubu” kuruldu
TDB 100.YIL BİLİMSEL BÖLGE TOPLANTILARI BAŞLIYOR..!
Carsamba, 13.02.2008, 10:15pm
100.yıl etkinlikleri kapsamında düzenlenen bilimsel bölge toplantılarının ilki Sakarya’da gerçekleştirilecek.
Zonguldak Karaelmas'a Diş hekimliği fakültesi kurulacak
Carsamba, 13.02.2008, 09:46pm
Zonguldak Karaelmas Üniversitesi Rektörlüğüne bağlı olarak Diş Hekimliği Fakültesi kurulması; Millî Eğitim Bakanlığının 25/1/2008 tarihli ve 2258 sayılı yazısı üzerine.....
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