Day: December 16, 2021 (page 1 of 1)

Omicron and NHS targets: Dentists in England struggle to restore services


LONDON, UK: Since the English government has decided to ease some of the COVID-19 restrictions just as the winter season has arrived, some professional bodies, including the British Dental Association (BDA), are questioning the timing of the decision. In light of the arrival of the Omicron variant and unattainable National Health Service (NHS) targets, the BDA believes that the new standard operating procedures for dentists will not help improve access to dental care in the country. This is also reflected in a recent survey that has highlighted issues about the restoration of services in the country.
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Global Osstem Meeting 2021 Seoul concludes with success


SEOUL, South Korea: Osstem Implant has announced that it successfully held the inaugural Digital Dentistry Contest and the Osstem Meeting 2021 Seoul from 27 to 28 November. Under the theme “Future of digital dentistry”, the event featured live surgery and a variety of clinical lectures, which were streamed live to 26 countries and viewed more than 82,000 times.
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Interview with Dr. Richard Price: The importance of a high-quality curing light


The new Bluephase PowerCure and the G4 from Ivoclar Vivadent offer more than most clinicians expect from a high-performance curing light. In addition to short polymerization times, starting from just 3 seconds from the Bluephase PowerCure when used with Tetric PowerFill or Tetric PowerFlow, these two lights support dentists through reliable polymerization performance, owing to the integrated Polyvision technology, which acts as a personal curing assistant. As pointed out by Dr. Richard Price, who is a professor of prosthodontics at Dalhousie University Halifax in Nova Scotia in Canada, and an intraoral polymerization expert, the broad emission spectrum of the Bluephase series of lights means that they will polymerize all known dental resins.
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