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  • California dentist arrested for trying to burn rival dental businesses

    A dentist in California, USA, is accused of trying to burn down two rival dental practices, police say. Leopold Weinstein, 63, was arrested recently on three counts of arson of a structure.

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  • Dentists turn to hypnosis as alternate to anesthesia

    Dentists are now using hypnotherapy to facilitate dental treatments in Gujarat. Some dentists have started using hypnosis to reduce the pain and anxiety patients

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  • NSDC's dental paramedics courses invalid: Dental Council of India

    Three programmes for dental paramedics - dental mechanics, dental operation room assistant and dental hygienist - running in numerous

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  • Number of teeth could predict life expectancy

    A number of studies have shown a link between tooth loss and mortality. Now, an analysis of almost 600 elderly participants from Japan has provided new evidence that retaining good oral health

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  • Ivoclar Vivadent donates to earthquake victims in Nepal

    The leading Dental manufacturer donated 100,000 Swiss francs for emergency relief and assistance in the re-establishment of dental health services in Nepal.

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  • FONA puts together the world's largest tooth as a 3D puzzle

    FONA has set a world record as part of IDS 2015. At a gala event in the Cologne Chocolate Museum, FONA with their guests created a tooth out of 531 3D puzzle pieces.

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  • New cannabis based toothpaste to be introduced in the USA

    A new type of revolutionary oral care product could pave the entry of cannabinoids in dentistry. Cannabinoid compounds are natural components found in the cannabis sativa plant popularly known as marijuana.

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    Researchers claim that a bitter powder found in dark chocolate, theobromine, can actually harden the enamel. This would add protection to the teeth against the possible impact of staining.

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  • Cochrane reports no evidence that one implant system superior over the other

    Numerous implant designs and surface modifications have been developed for improving clinical outcome. According to a Cochrane Study which compared clinical effects of different.

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  • DENTIST first woman pistol shooter to rank world number one

    Heena Siddhu is the country?s first woman pistol shooter to rank world number one. After her spectacular performances in the World Cup last year, she earned the rank in 10m air pistol event.

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  • Female dentist 'guilty' of treating male patient executed

    The brutality unleashed by the Islamic State (IS) organisation in Iraq has reached new heights when they executed a female dentist who was found 'guilty' of treating a male patient.

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  • Danaher Corporation looking to acquire Nobel Biocare

    Nobel Biocare announced today that it has entered into a definitive transaction agreement with Danaher whereby Danaher, or one of its direct or indirect subsidiaries, will publish a public tender offer .

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