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Antimicrobial technology firm Nobio finalizes $3.6 million investment
Antimicrobial technology firm Nobio finalizes $3.6 million investmentThe investment from aMoon Fund and Dr. Ole Jensen will fund the launch of the restorative product line.
A composite technology to prevent secondary caries
A composite technology to prevent secondary cariesHow a new line of materials can inhibit bacterial growth without the use of chemicals.
How to achieve both retention and prevention with BioCoat
How to achieve both retention and prevention with BioCoatWhy this sealant should be added to clinicians’ caries management armamentarium.
Study confirms water fluoridation prevents tooth decay in children and teens
Study confirms water fluoridation prevents tooth decay in children and teensCommunity water fluoridation has been around for 70 years, but not much research has been conducted over the last several decades. A new study provides contemporary evidence on the topic.
The true science fiction of future dentistry
The true science fiction of future dentistryExploring the future of cutting-edge technology and what it will mean for the dental industry.
The top 5 pediatric dental trends of 2018Despite the joys of working with pediatric patients, they certainly have their challenges. Here’s a refresher on products, techniques and protocols you need to know.
How to do direct restorations quickly and esthetically
How to do direct restorations quickly and estheticallyWhy 3M™ Filtek™ One Bulk Fill Restorative can simplify direct restorations.
8 new technologies in periodontology
8 new technologies in periodontologyThe future of digital dentistry is looking bright thanks to these technologies.
A new weapon in the fight against recurrent caries
A new weapon in the fight against recurrent cariesResearchers are making tremendous progress in formulating caries-resistant composite resins.
Study identifies effective school-based cavity prevention program
Study identifies effective school-based cavity prevention programA combination of prevention strategies may be more effective than one alone for reducing tooth decay, according to researchers.