DUBAI, UAE: Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, last November CAPP had the pleasure to welcome 30,547 dental professionals from 149 countries at its annual conference which took place virtually. The month-long dental educational programme featured CAPP’s two annual conferences, sub-speciality seminars and 25 multidisciplinary dental hybrid hands-on training courses. As the pandemic continues, CAPP will once again provide this opportunity to all dental professionals interested to attend the month-long free educational programme in November 2021.
April 13, 2021 | News
JERUSALEM, Palestine: A May 2020 survey asked dentists located in the West Bank area about their preparedness to resume offering routine dental care after the practice closures that were necessitated by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. The researchers published a study in February this year which found that the challenges that emerged during the pandemic showed that dentistry needed to adapt in order to be better prepared for future crises.
April 13, 2021 | News
There is no doubt that the past year has been a challenge for most businesses. It’s been especially hard for those in the dental industry, including dental service organisations, and group practices. With mandated closures, new infection control guidelines, an increased need for expensive personal protective equipment - operating one dental practice, let alone a group with dozens of locations, became a test of perseverance and adaptability.
Dental Tribune Middle East and Africa had the pleasure to interview Dr Marwan Al-Obeidi who is the Medical Director at Micris Dental Clinic, Dubai and also a GP Dentist / Implantologist. Dr Marwan just recently obtained the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) Implantology Privilege and gives his perspective about the same.
April 8, 2021 | News
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March 30, 2021 | News
BRUSSELS, Belgium: More than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, its seismic impact on different elements of the dental profession is becoming clearer. In order to find out how it affected the workflows of periodontists and dental hygienists, the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) launched a survey back in May 2020 that invited these specialists to share their experiences. The EFP has now unveiled the preliminary findings of its investigation, and more detailed analysis will be published in the coming months.
Having a mouth full of misaligned, yellowed teeth can be an intense, even traumatizing experience. Folks may spend years ashamed of their smiles before they get to experience the metamorphic powers of a smile transformation. New Opalescence PF whitening for aligners is made for people who want to not only straighten their teeth but to whiten them at the same time.
March 29, 2021 | News
As digital technologies become increasingly enmeshed in the everyday workflow of dental practices, dental education is changing to reflect their growing influence. One example of this is the recent announcement by the New York University College of Dentistry (NYU Dentistry) that it would be implementing Yomi, a robot-assisted surgical device developed by the health care startup Neocis, into its dental implant procedures. Dental Tribune International recently spoke with Dr. Alon Mozes, CEO and co-founder of Neocis, about the path toward Yomi’s creation and the benefits this system offers both dental students and practicing clinicians.
March 17, 2021 | News
The programme took place in Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City which is a new hub for innovation and artificial intelligence on 08-10 March 2021 and welcomed over 25 dental professionals.
As the world's largest manufacturer of dental products and technologies for dentists and dental technicians, Dentsply Sirona is strongly committed to the advancement and needs of women in dentistry. Choose to challenge: The motto of this year's International Women's Day underlines the importance of equal rights for women and men in an ever-changing world. A challenged world is an alert world and from challenge comes change. Each year, Dentsply Sirona supports various programs and events that encourage women's professional development and celebrate women's achievements.
Autonomous driving, operations using a robot arm, computer-aided design (or CAD for short) - there is hardly an area in which humans can now not be assisted by an electronic co-pilot. The more complex the application, the more useful the support via algorithms. Endodontic treatment is no exception and also requires the utmost precision and reliability. Endo specialists therefore increasingly rely on the fully automatic navigation of the latest endo motors.
Dentsply Sirona announced that the company has acquired Byte, a rapidly growing clear aligner company. Byte holds a leadership position in the direct-to-consumer clear aligner market.
February 17, 2021 | News
PERTH, Australia: Researchers in Australia have recently received government funding for a project that aims to develop a system that would allow parents to take photographs of their children’s teeth. The photographs would be taken using smart devices and sent to dental practitioners for evaluation. The novel system would improve access to routine dental care and reduce inappropriate or unnecessary referrals, thus helping to minimise travel and waiting times.
February 14, 2021 | News
CAPP has been appointed by King's College London as a marketing partner for the Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics MClinDent programme. The four-year, blended learning programme is complemented with face-to-face training blocks in Dubai, UAE. The master’s degree programme is delivered and awarded by King’s.
February 11, 2021 | News
CHICAGO/EVANSTON, Il., U.S.: The recent development of resins marketed as biocompatible has led to the widespread application of 3D-printable resins, for example in medical devices and tissue engineered constructs. However, researchers from Northwestern University in Chicago and in Evanston have found that two 3D-printable resins for use in dental applications leach compounds that can cause severe toxic effects in the oocyte, the immature precursor to the ovum that can eventually be fertilized.
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