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Computerised dental trainers are coming closer to simulating actual teeth

July 31, 2013

The term “haptics” means “relating to the sense of touch”. Haptic perception strongly relies on the forces experienced during touch and movement. While touch is considered to be the earliest sense to develop after birth, it is the least understood sense compared with other sensory modalities such as sight and hearing.

Endodontic retreatment: Achieving success the second time around

June 27, 2012

Root-canal treatment has been shown to have a success rate of 92%. However, as research methodologies move towards higher levels of substantiation, clinicians must rely on the best current evidence available to gain insight into the expected outcomes of their treatment. The highest level and best current evidence we have on the clinical success of endodontic treatment comes from a meta-analysis of the literature.


June 25, 2012

Un-cosmetic dentistry

May 10, 2012

While there are some occasional references to concern about the overuse of porcelain, many articles in dental trade publications show off before and after dental makeovers that from my perspective were quite satisfactory prior to expensive intervention. I will not argue that there are people who truly have displeasing smiles and they can benefit greatly from cosmetic dentistry, but all too often people with body-image issues related to a distorted perception of their teeth seem to be easy victims.

February 22, 2012 | Business

PRAHA/ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA: Dne 9. listopadu 2012 se v Pražském hotelu Čechie konalo GABA Halitosis symposium, které mj. navázalo na loňský úspěch GABA parodontologického symposia. K naplnění odborného programu byli pozváni dva renomovaní a oblíbení zahraniční přednášející. 

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