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Cosmedent Inc. Makes Major Product Donation To National Children’s Oral Health Foundation

National Children’s Oral Health Foundation: America’s ToothFairy (NCOHF) is deeply grateful to Cosmedent, Inc. for their generous product donation totaling more than $141,000. This contribution will enable the NCOHF Affiliate Network of nonprofit clinical programs to continue to provide vital oral health services to vulnerable children.

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Sesame Brings Tons of Smiles to ADA 2014

the leading provider of cloud-based solutions to help dentists and orthodontists accelerate new patient acquisition and build patient loyalty, today announced the overwhelming success of its #SesameSmiles contest at the 2014 ADA Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.

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Israel, Russia to collaborate on dental nuclear imaging

Israel and Russia will collaborate on nuclear imaging and the development of radioactive materials for dental treatments, under a memorandum of understanding signed in Moscow during Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Liberman's last trip there.

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Three-dimensional cephalometric analysis in orthodontics: a systematic review

The aim of this systematic review was to evaluate the evidence for the diagnostic efficacy of 3D cephalometry in orthdontics, focusing on measurement accuracy and reproducibility of landmark identification.

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PeriRx, LLC Hosts Free Continuing Education Event

PeriRx LLC, a premier developer of breakthrough, non-invasive, oral diagnostic technology, will be hosting a free continuing education event in the Philadelphia area to unveil its breakthrough salivary DNA test for early and accurate oral cancer detection.

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Planmeca University Expands Course Offerings to Chicago

Today, Planmeca University announced the expansion of preview and training opportunities to the University of Planmeca in Chicago. This expansion will offer increased access to existing and future customers of the Planmeca PlanScan system.

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Saliva Test May Uncover Deadly Diseases

UCLA researchers are working on a test that could have the ability to diagnose diseases like diabetes and cancer. It’s also possible the test could diagnose neurological disorders and autoimmune diseases.

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Study Claims Most Dentist Discuss Tobacco Use With Patients

A recent study was conducted regarding how much dentists know about their patients’ tobacco use and what they do to prevent it. Find out more details in the full article!

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The short-term skeleto-dental effects of a new spring for the intrusion of maxillary posterior teeth in open bite patients

The technology surrounding temporary skeletal anchorage devices has improved in leaps and bounds. However, no specific auxiliary exists for the intrusion of molars in conjunction with these devices and currently clinicians are forced to make do with available force delivery materials. A new intrusion auxiliary, the Sydney Intrusion Spring (SIS), was designed to facilitate intrusion without frequent need for reactivation or tissue irritation.

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