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SARS-CoV-2 as invisible threat: Mitigating aerosols in dental clinics

CHICAGO, U.S.: In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, dentists have been provided with strict infection prevention and control guidelines. These include ...

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English dentists given updated guidance on treatment during pandemic

LONDON, UK: Though it has been more than three months since dental practices in England began to reopen after lockdown restrictions were relaxed, guidance ...

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Interview: Prof. Richard Watt on COVID-19 and the potential for dental reform

Though the spread of SARS-CoV-2 has had an undeniably deleterious effect on many elements of the dental world, it has also opened up new possibilities ...

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ADF congress 2020 cancelled

PARIS, France: Today, the organisers of the Congrès de l’ADF, one of the largest and most important events on the dental calendar, announced that they ...

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Dentists in Scotland voice concerns over expired personal protective equipment

LONDON, UK: Dentists in Scotland have recently voiced their concerns over receiving stocks of free expired personal protective equipment (PPE). Since the ...

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International College of Dentists launches online education initiative

FLINT, Mich., U.S.: “One team, one dream” is the motto of Dr. Akira Senda, president of the International College of Dentists (ICD). As the world has ...

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EuroPerio10 to take place in 2022

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: After closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) has decided to reschedule the ...

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Interview: Prof. David Denning discusses DenScreen and antibody testing

Prof. David Denning is professor of infectious diseases in global health at the University of Manchester and the chief medical adviser at DenScreen, a ...

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Paradigm shift in dentistry: Dr Pallavi Patil on practicing during the pandemic

At this point during the COVID-19 pandemic, many dental offices have begun to adapt to the current situation and resumed their day-to-day work. However, ...

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Poor oral hygiene could affect accuracy of SARS-CoV-2 tests

TOKYO, Japan: A study conducted at a hospital in Tokyo has found that poor oral hygiene could lead to prolonged viral shedding in patients with COVID-19. In...

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UK government recognises dentists’ contribution during COVID-19 pandemic

LONDON, UK: The dental industry has gone through many sudden and extreme changes since the start of the pandemic, and it is now evident that access to oral ...

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Clear aligner treatment models jostle for acceptance in the pandemic

NEW YORK, U.S.: The benefits of aligner therapy for patients are clear, but the different treatment models that manufacturers offer have already shown ...

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Dentsply Sirona World 2020 goes local and global

CHARLOTTE, N.C., U.S.: Dentsply Sirona has recently announced that its event Dentsply Sirona World 2020 will be transformed into localized in-person and ...

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COVID-19 and domestic violence: How dentists can help those in need

LONDON, UK: Social distancing and isolation measures introduced in countless countries during the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 pandemic have undeniably helped to curb...

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WHO calls for delay of non-urgent dental care in areas with high SARS-CoV-2 transmission

GENEVA, Switzerland: The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that dental settings may pose an even greater risk for the spread of SARS-CoV-2 than was...

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SignIn Online: App assists with contactless patient registration

THE COLONY, Texas, U.S.: The reopening of dental offices around the world under the conditions of the new normal poses many questions for practice owners, ...

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Scientists say SARS-CoV-2 is spreading through airborne transmission

GENEVA, Switzerland: When it comes to airborne pathogens, size matters. Scientists have written an open letter urging the World Health Organization (WHO) to...

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New report spotlights plight of healthcare workers during COVID-19 pandemic

LONDON, UK: A report from Amnesty International, released last month, has revealed that more than 3,000 healthcare workers worldwide have died as a result ...

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ADA responds to World Health Organization: Dentistry is essential healthcare

CHICAGO, Ill., USA: In a news release issued today (Aug. 12, 2020) the American Dental Association (ADA) said that it “respectfully yet strongly disagrees...

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Dentsply Sirona reshuffles as pandemic cuts sales in half

CHARLOTTE, N.C., U.S.: The multinational dental company Dentsply Sirona will exit the traditional orthodontics business and reduce its activities in analog ...

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Dental sales at Henry Schein drop by over 40%

MELVILLE, N.Y., U.S.: In May, Henry Schein Executive Chairman and CEO Stanley M. Bergman described the SARS-CoV-2 crisis as “one of the most trying ...

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Envista says dental markets are recovering

BREA, Calif., U.S.: Dental practices are struggling during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and so too are the companies that supply them with equipment and ...

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BDIA helps dentists return to practice with new product website

LONDON, UK: As part of the dental industry’s ongoing support for the resumption of widespread dental treatment, the British Dental Industry Association ...

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Dentists need to prepare now for second wave of COVID-19

LEIPZIG, Germany: Researchers and health bodies around the world are advising health practitioners in the northern hemisphere to actively prepare for an ...

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Could the UK have fared better managing COVID-19 outbreak?

LONDON, UK: Though the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, it has been going on long enough for certain lessons to have been gleaned from the way in which ...

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Sino-Dental cancels 2020 event

BEIJING, China: The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose major challenges for the dental industry, especially regarding events. In light of the ...

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Dentistry braces for COVID-19 losses

LEIPZIG, Germany: The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has caused significant disruptions to the provision of dental care around the world. Patient volumes decreased by ...

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Interview: “It’s simple: all dentistry should be cosmetic”

Dr Simon Chard has fast become one of the UK’s most influential dentists. He is a proponent of minimally invasive techniques and sits on the board of the ...

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Mental health in the dental profession during the COVID-19 pandemic

LEIPZIG, Germany: Even though millions of people suffer from anxiety and depression, according to the World Health Organization, psychiatric disorders often...

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Interview: Alarming burden of non-communicable diseases in COVID-19 new normal

According to FDI World Dental Federation, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are the leading disease burden worldwide. The multifaceted relationships between ...

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