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US Dental Industry in Unstable Recovery as Patient Volumes Increase

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US Dental Industry in Unstable Recovery as Patient Volumes Increase

The US dental industry has experienced multiple difficulties and resurgences over the course of this year. It is currently experiencing overall growth, despite struggling in some areas. Across the US, patient volumes in dental practices are vastly lower than their norms. Patient volumes were at 28% less in the week of June 25th than they

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New Nanotechnology may Reduce Dental Implant Failure

New Nanotechnology may Reduce Dental Implant Failure

Dental implant failure is one of the most prominent complications regarding dental implants. According to Dr. Karan Gulati, from the University of Queensland’s school of dentistry, risk of dental implants failing can be around 5-10%, and can be up to 20% for those who smoke. Those of old age or who have underlying health conditions

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Dental Market in Recovery as Practices Begin to Re-Open

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Dental Market in Recovery as Practices Begin to Re-Open

The gradual re-introduction of elective surgeries throughout North America has major implications on the future of the dental industry. Currently, practices are beginning to re-open, in accordance with the general easing of restrictions in public institutions and places. During the temporary closure of dental practices to all but emergency treatments, a significant portion of potential

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CMS Recommends Reopening Healthcare in Areas of Low COVID-19 Cases

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CMS Recommends Reopening Healthcare in Areas of Low COVID-19 Cases

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is reissuing new guidelines for states and regions seeing declining and stabilizing COVID-19 infection rates and recommending healthcare facilities in these areas to resume providing elective procedures to patients without COVID-19 symptoms. On March 18, 2020, the CMS announced they would postponing non-essential medical and surgical procedures

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Dental Companies Offering Webinars in Response to COVID-19

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Dental Companies Offering Webinars in Response to COVID-19

The rising number of COVID-19 infections worldwide has resulted in many dental offices temporarily closing to reduce possible spread of the virus and redirect dwindling personal protective supplies to front-line health care workers. Top dental companies are taking this time to offer webinars and additional continuous education (CE) opportunities to those at home due to

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CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental Procedures

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CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental Procedures

CMS Postponing Non-Essential Medical, Surgical, and Dental ProceduresAt the White House Task Force Press Briefing last week, the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that all non-essential medical, surgical and dental procedures would be postponed until further notice in order to shift priorities to treating those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The decision

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Dental Cancellations Due to Mask Shortage from COVID-19 Hoarding

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Dental Cancellations Due to Mask Shortage from COVID-19 Hoarding

Dental cancellations due to mask shortage from COVID-19 hoarding As of this morning, the most recent reports show the coronavirus, COVID-19, has spread to 162 countries and infected almost 190,000 people. The total number of fatalities linked to the virus is reported to be over 7,800*. As fears surrounding the coronavirus continue to grow, the

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Dentsply Sirona Champions Female Leadership in Dentistry

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Dentsply Sirona Champions Female Leadership in Dentistry

Dentsply Sirona Champions Female Leadership in Dentistry Dentsply Sirona, the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products, celebrates this year’s International Women’s Day promoting gender equality in the dental industry by sponsoring numerous programs for career advancement and leadership for women in dentistry. With the global dental industry becoming increasingly more female, Dentsply Sirona has

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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM), brought to you throughout the month of February by the American Dental Association (ADA), promotes good oral health to children and their parents. The slogan this year is “Fluoride in water prevents cavities! Get it from the tap”! The ADA New Dentist Now Blog offers a brief summary of

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