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Pardon, eh? can you speak louder, I can’t hear you!

From Dental Tribune Nov 15, 2011 | USA New study targets dental drills for hearing loss by Daniel Zimmermann, DTI WESTMINSTER, Colo. & JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. USA: An audiology student who is investigating…

Behind door #1 – Hall technique shines in 5-year randomized trial

From Dr. Bicuspid September 22, 2011 — Sealing caries in primary molars using the Hall Technique “significantly outperformed” standard restorations in the long term, according to a new study in the Journal of Dental Research (September…

General dentists, specialists often misdiagnose oral lesions

From Dr. Bicuspid – by Donna Domino September 8, 2011 — Endodontists and periodontists were slightly more accurate than general practitioners and oral and maxillofacial surgeons in evaluating suspicious oral lesions, according to a…

Where is Mitzi Gaynor when you need her?

The fact is that 80% of Canadian dentists won’t get the upshot of the title of this blog entry…… South Pacific, washing, hair, Mitzi Gaynor – never mind. September 1, 2011, 1:16 PM Getting…

With a schmidgen of vizdgen – an online 3 day dental convention – incroyable

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Don’t ya just screw ’em in and let them integrate – WHO KNEW?

Burlington, MA – August 22, 2011 Keystone Dental, an oral healthcare company focused on the delivery of breakthrough products to the oral healthcare space, announced today that a five-year, multi-center study to evaluate…

A recent study supports the use of fluoride-releasing dental restoratives

From Dental Healthub Imaging Wednesday, August 10, 2011 A recent study published in Prilozi (2011, 32(1):283-94;http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21822195) suggests that fluoride-releasing conventional glass ionomer, resin modified glass-ionomer, compomer and glass ionomer cement restorations help to…

Mouthwashing moms less likely to have a preemie

By Kerry Grens – July 28, 2011 (Reuters Health) – Expectant mothers who have gum disease are less likely to deliver their babies prematurely if they use mouthwash throughout their pregnancy, a new…

Should dentists screen for diabetes?

By Rosemary Frei – DrBicuspid.com contributing writer July 28, 2011 — A new study suggests that dentists can accurately screen patients for diabetes and prediabetes using results from two measures they already routinely assess…

JDR publishes study titled ‘Public Health Surveillance of Dental Pain via Twitter’

From News Medical – July 19, 2011 The microblogging service Twitter is a new means for the public to communicate health concerns and could afford health care professionals new ways to communicate with…

You really DO need a backrub: study

This could have gone off the rails SOOOO FAST, but I resisted the temptation – I must be growing up….dentists face this scenario incessantly…. THE CANADIAN PRESSJuly 5, 2011 A new study finds that…

Your olde road is rapidly agin’, please get outta the new one if you can’t lend a hand

Critical thinking, comprehensive reasoning…….online education, elearning, social media, endless study club connects…………these are sound bytes…… Just click on each of the Read me Seymour’s below and realize that you can get in the…

Go Red!

From Dr. Bicuspid – June 21, 2011 Red laser light enhances teeth whitening June 21,2011 — When used to activate bleaching gel,low-level laser energy increases the effectiveness of teeth whitening, according to a study…

Multimillion-dollar study on early-stage oral cancer underway

And when they win the cup, sob, talk amongst yourselves, I’m farklempt….. FROM DENTAL TRIBUNE – June 3, 2011 VANCOUVER,BC,Canada: Researchers from the University of British Columbia‘s (UBC) Faculties of Medicine, Science and…

Mobile app helps doctors diagnose strokes – Canadians at the forefront

By Mark Millan – CNN – May 23, 2011   When a patient suffers an acute stroke, the outcome often rests on how quickly they receive expert care.  Now, by using a medical…

More dental schools means more dentists – who’s doing the math?

I am completely unaware of the workings of our licensing bodies in Canada, privy only to the mutterings around the table at a study club or society meeting. Mostly, I’m advised about the…

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