June 22, 2021 | News
Any time, anywhere – experience W&H virtually and up close! With its launching of the new Experience Center, W&H is breaking new ground in product communication: the virtual brand world is the epitome of innovation, awakens emotions, enthrals and thrills. Products and events that can be experienced live provide B2B and B2C customers with fascinating insights and offer a completely fresh user experience.
June 20, 2021 | Interviews
Dental Tribune MEA had the pleasure to speak with Ahmed Ghandour who is Sales Director of Neoss. He has a strong track record in the dental implant industry, in particular in the Middle East & Africa region with some of the leading dental implant companies.
These days, W&H’s high-end device is synonymous with dental implantology. Clear design combined with technical finesse make Implantmed an absolute game changer – and that’s been the case for 20 years. It is opening up new possibilities for treatment and is helping the professional community to progress. We have seen Implantmed grow rapidly from a new technology to become a best-selling smart device today.
LONDON, UK: Align Technology has announced that it is hosting its annual Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Invisalign Scientific Symposium on 2 and 3 July digitally, providing an opportunity for orthodontists to delve into the science behind the company’s Invisalign system, as well as glean the latest advanced clinical knowledge from luminaries of orthodontic pedagogy.
June 15, 2021 | News
NEW YORK, U.S.: As the saying goes, the sky is the limit. This is true for the scientists conducting the first oral health experiment in space to investigate the growth and response of oral bacteria to treatment agents in zero gravity. The project, which is being sponsored by the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory and conducted in collaboration with NASA and Colgate-Palmolive, will last two months and is partly aimed at improving oral health treatment on the ground.
June 14, 2021 | News
GREIFSWALD, Germany: Periodontitis has been associated with a risk for Alzheimer’s disease in previous studies. The long-term Study of Health in Pomerania (SHIP) has been researching the influence of dental diseases on people’s general health since 1997 and has found that inflammatory gingival recession owing to periodontitis increases the risk of myocardial infarction and dementia, among other things. Now, in a recent study, researchers from the University of Greifswald have confirmed the previous findings regarding a connection with Alzheimer’s disease.
In the anniversary year of Dentsply Sirona’s successful infection control solution, DAC Universal, the topic of infection prevention is more relevant than ever. Seamless, excellent hygiene in dental practices and clinics helps to give patients the confidence to have preventive examinations and important dental treatments.
June 10, 2021 | Interviews
Dental Tribune MEA had a pleasure to speak with Dr Robert Gottlander who is President and CEO of Neoss. With over 40 years of dental industry experience, Gottlander has a proven track record developing and commercializing dental solutions.
HuFriedyGroup has come together to provide the best dental experience to the industry. Our unique combination of products, services, and support enables dental professionals to reduce risk, improve efficiencies, drive compliance, and enhance patient and staff safety. The company is committed to helping dental professionals perfect their craft and deliver the highest level of care to each patient.
From the seaweed of Northern seas to the most widely-used alginates in the world of dentistry: a pathway that follows the specific values that have made Zhermack popular with sector professionals. Creativity, accessibility, substance and dynamism to develop solutions able to perfectly satisfy user needs.
May 31, 2021 | News
Registration is now open for CAPP’s June and July live webinars. Dental professionals are welcome to join completely free of charge and learn the latest in dentistry.
As part of a continued focus on supporting customers globally, A-dec are pleased to welcome Nick Olive to the role of Territory Manager for the Middle East. Nick moves from A-dec’s UK business, where he has been helping UK dentists to find ergonomic and reliable equipment for their practices since 2014.
20 years ago, the International Dental Show (IDS) saw the premier of the PIEZOSURGERY unit, a first for piezoelectric bone surgery. Since then, mectron has not only succeeded in revolutionising clinical reality with PIEZOSURGERY, but also benefited practitioners and patients worldwide with two decades of ease of use and minimal invasiveness.
May 19, 2021 | News
OSLO, Norway: Norway has not had a virus outbreak similar to SARS-CoV-2 in the past and did not have national recommendations for infection prevention and control in dental practice before 2018. Data on the psychological impact of the pandemic on dental healthcare workers in many countries is still lacking. Therefore, researchers from the Oral Health Centre of Expertise in Eastern Norway in Oslo investigated the self-reported mental well-being of dental professionals during the COVID-19-related lockdown period in Norway.
May 19, 2021 | Advertorial
Dentsply Sirona’s second Smart Integration Award competition is now open for entries. The competition underlines Dentsply Sirona’s commitment to the advancement of women in dentistry by showcasing and honoring their novel treatment concepts and ideas for the future. The award celebrates the achievements of women in dentistry.
May 18, 2021 | News
LONDON, UK: Last week, the Mental Health Foundation celebrated Mental Health Awareness Week, encouraging UK residents to take stock of their psychological well-being. To mark the occasion, the Dental Professionals Alliance (DPA) has launched its Mental Health Wellness in Dentistry framework, an initiative that calls on dental practices to make mental health a priority.
May 17, 2021 | News
GOTHENBURG, Sweden: In Sweden, free dental check-ups are provided for children and adolescents until they reach the age of 20. Whereas this means that much is known about their oral health status, there have been relatively few studies measuring consideration for the oral pain that young Swedish dental patients undergo and its treatment. A new study has shed light on this topic, suggesting that dental professionals with more experience tend to be more alert to the needs of young patients.