Tue.Jun 21, 2022

TikTok trend may harm tooth enamel

Dr. Bicuspid

A trending recipe that mixes flavored sparkling water with balsamic vinegar to create a so-called healthier alternative to soda has gone viral on social media platform TikTok. However, some are concerned about the effect on teeth, since acid can erode tooth enamel.

Comparative CBCT Assessment of Obturation Quality in Different Obturation Techniques

Dental News and Technology

10.22038/jdmt.2022.59387.1462 Abstract Introduction: Different techniques and materials have been introduced over time to improve the quality of root canal treatment.


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Do's and don'ts for optimum oral health in later life

Dr. Bicuspid

By 2030, at least 20% of the population in the U.S., Canada, and nearly all of the European countries will be over the age of 65. Dr. Lorenz Uebersax shares why now is the time to prioritize the oral health of these patients and how your practice can care for them.


University at Buffalo Receives Grant to Provide Care for the Most Vulnerable

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, a Catholic nonprofit dedicated to improving the health of New Yorkers, has given the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine more than $500,000 to provide dental care to individuals experiencing homelessness and those without insurance in Western New York.

Does surgical root coverage reduce dentine hypersensitivity?

The Dental Elf

This review of the effect of surgical root coverage (RC) on dentine hypersensitivity (DH) associated with gingival recession included 13 RCTs.

Bursting the Bubble: Flowable Composites


The use of Flowable composites is making a comeback in recent years by the community of dentists thanks to the ability of the new materials to provide a solution to many simple and complex situations in the daily clinic.


Forsyth dentech drives innovation and investment in oral health technology


The Forsyth Institute, with its 112-year history of oral health innovation, announced today the return of its oral health technology conference and investment forum, Forsyth dentech 2022, taking place on September 14-16, 2022 at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Somerville, MA. In-person and virtual registration is now open for this hybrid event, with limited in-person capacity.