Tag Archives: Dentistry

College of Dentistry helps bridge the gap between Nebraska students and dentists – 1011now

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – With a camera and a tablet, a school nurse’s office transforms into a dental clinic. UNMC is using teledentistry to provide dental consultations within school walls. It’s through the University of Nebraska Medicine’s College of Dentistry teledentistry program. For the last five years, it’s been operating within Omaha schools, helping around… Read More »

Turkey scholarship lets star Syrian student pursue dentistry dream – UNHCR

By Rima Cherri in Istanbul, Turkey  |  08 December 2019 Since she arrived in Turkey six years ago, Syrian refugee Sidra has mastered a new language, worked in a factory to support her family and graduated top of her year in high school. Her breakthrough came when she won a university scholarship. She is now in her second… Read More »

Missoula dentistry offering veterans free dental care – KPAX-TV

MISSOULA — Missoula Pediatric Dentistry offered free dental care to veterans on Saturday. This is the third year of the dentist office offering free services like teeth cleaning, x-rays and dental exams. Pediatric Dentist Susan Tiede is a navy veteran and had started this event when a former co-worker had mentioned that their previous job… Read More »

Artificial Intelligence And Other Tech Innovations Are Transforming Dentistry – Forbes

If you’re like the majority of humans on the planet, going to the dentist isn’t on the top of your list of things to do for fun. But with artificial intelligence (AI) and new tech and innovative design, it might start to be a bit more intriguing. AI might not be able to do the… Read More »

Dentistry in Mexico: Is It Really Worth The Trip? – Houstonia Magazine

I overcame my fear of crossing into northern Mexico after driving my own car to Huasteca a few months ago. I quickly realized that no one seemed particularly interested in robbing and killing me or recruiting me to join their cartel. I had zero problems, and discovered that although Mexico can be dangerous in some places, by… Read More »

Dentists Warns of Dangers Linked to D.I.Y. Dentistry – NBC 6 South Florida

The popular trend of Do-It-Yourself dentistry is popping up in social media and online videos, but the American Dental Association is warning consumers to steer clear of doing at-home dentistry. The ADA launched a campaign that strongly discourages the practice of D-I-Y orthodontics because of the potential risks to patients. They warn “If teeth are… Read More »

Fredericksburg Dentist, 81, Combines Old-Fashioned Customer Service With New Dentistry Approaches – NBC4 Washington

As a dentist, Dr. John Willhide combines old-fashioned customer service from the last century with the ever-changing technology of this one. His dental practice has continued to change and evolve during the 51 years he’s worked in Fredericksburg. Instead of shying away from new products and procedures as some others his age might do, Willhide… Read More »

School of Dentistry adds new technology for restorations

The Loma Linda University School of Dentistry (LLUSD) has added the Ivoclar ProgaMill 7 (PM7) — one of the most advanced digital dentistry production machines — to its dental laboratory. This addition helps prepare dental students to be leaders in their profession because of their advanced knowledge of computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM). ​ Within the past… Read More »

The Rise of Cosmetic Dentistry Trends and Treatments in 2018

The last decade has seen an overhaul of the dentistry industry with revolutionary new treatments and technologies making procedures quicker, better and safer. In this now ever-evolving industry the fear of ‘the dentist’s chair’ is quickly becoming a thing of the past as treatments can take as little as one-two hours and be almost painless.… Read More »