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BLOG DETAILS Advanced Technology Escalates Dental Cements Market

In 2013, dental cements experienced the fastest market growth rate of all dental materials, in part because of technological advancements in cements and bonding agents, according to a report by iData Research, U.S. Dental Materials Market 2014.

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Argen Hosts Gordon Christensen

On November 19, 2014, The Argen Corporation hosted “The Future of Digital Dentistry” seminar in San Diego, CA, featuring guest speakers Dr. Gordon Christensen, , and Dr. Robert Lowe, The event focused on the emerging digital technologies and how they benefit both the dental laboratory and the dentist. Dental laboratory professionals and dentists from locations throughout the United States attended the seminar.

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Untreated Gum Disease Can Allow Other Diseases to Flourish

Scientific studies are showing that how well you care for your teeth and gums affects other parts of your body — and vice versa. In other words, the benefits of proper oral health care extend way beyond a pretty smile!

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A CBCT Assessment of Apical Transportation in Root Canals

A study conducted by Department of Endodontics, Dental School and Department of oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Dental School, shows that Apical transportation changes the physical shape and physiologic environment of the root canal terminus.

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Dental Anywhere Mobile Apps Earns Star Status

Dental Anywhere Mobile Apps, is pleased to announce, it has been awarded the SUPERSTAR Award for best Mobile Health Practice Management product of the year in the Mobile Star Awards program.

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A Tooth-Replacement Method That Rarely Fails

Dental implants are one of the most reliable long-term methods of tooth replacement. Since they became widely available in the 1980s, numerous scientific studies have demonstrated 10-year success rates of over 95%.

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Traditional Techniques That Are Getting Better With Time

Today, people are keeping their teeth longer and it is expected that, finances permitting, decayed teeth will be restored rather than removed, However, when teeth are lost, they should be replaced in order to maintain good dental function (bite) and oral health.

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A Prospective Randomized Study

Several studies were conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of the Gow-Gates and Vazirani-Akinosi techniques in patients presenting with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis.

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Information About Wisdom Teeth

For many people, wisdom teeth emerge from the jaw between the ages of 17 and 25 years. Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, are last in line in the back of the mouth. But not all of us have our wisdom teeth, for a variety of reasons.

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