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January 9, 2014
DUBAI, UAE: Following the opening of its high end ME-A Office and Training center in Dubai UAE, FKG Dentaire is increasing its activity in the region to spread through Workshops, lectures, congress and close work with universities, its unique technologies.
January 9, 2014 | Business
DUBAI, UAE: Several months after announcing a stronger presence in the Middle East and Africa region, FKG Dentaire has officially opened its Dubai UAE based ME-A Office and Training Center: FKG Dentaire JLT.
November 7, 2013
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania: As reported by Daily News, a Tanzanian online newspaper, the East Africa Dental Amalgam Phase-down Project has been successfully implemented in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Among other objectives, the project will investigate supply and trade patterns, and encourage switching to alternatives to dental amalgam in the three countries.
October 23, 2013
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates: A new oral health care study, commissioned by international gum manufacturer Wrigley, has found that the majority of people in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have poor oral hygiene habits. Although health authorities advise regular dental visits to prevent oral disease, only one in five people in the country appear to be adhering to this recommendation.
July 3, 2013 | Business
UCHIRA, Tanzania: As part of its social responsibility programme, which has supported projects in various developing regions, international manufacturer of dental instruments and devices W&H has recently supported a dental centre in Tanzania by donating prophylactic instruments for calculus removal.
December 10, 2012
KIJABE, Kenya: Surgeons from Africa have removed most of the maxilla and mandible of a young man who was severely disfigured by two massive tumours in his jaws. The maxillary tumour obstructed his nostrils completely, while the mandibular one prevented him from ingesting anything other than fluid.
September 24, 2012
LAGOS, Nigeria: Last week, the Lagos State Government revealed that it is planning to congregate about 300,000 students from different local schools in order to beat the Guinness World Record for the most people brushing their teeth simultaneously. The event will be organised in the scope of a new dental care programme in Lagos.