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Prof. Søren Schou was elected President of the European Association for Osseointegration at the organisation’s annual congress last year in Athens. He also serves as professor in and Chairman of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Oral Pathology at Aarhus University’s School of Dentistry in Denmark. Dental Tribune ONLINE had the opportunity to speak with Schou about the anniversary meeting and its contributions to the field of implant dentistry.
WATERTOWN, Mass., USA: In contrast to prior studies, which had demonstrated that resin-based composite dental restoration materials may impact children's physical growth by releasing bisphenol A, an endocrine-disrupting chemical, an analysis of the same data has found no significant differences in physical development of children treated with either composites or amalgam.
ZURICH, Switzerland: Swiss scientists have developed a new dental filling material that contains a luminescent additive, which cures through near-infrared (NIR) light. They think that this invention could soon replace conventional hand-held polymerisers that use UV light to cure resins, since the new material may improve sealing of complex and deep carious lesions significantly.
LONDON, UK: The organisers of the UK’s largest dental exhibition, the BDTA (British Dental Trade Association) Dental Showcase, hope to raise funds of up to £10,000 for three dental charities as part of their new e-ticketing system. The money will go to Dentaid, Bridge2Aid and the British Dental Health Foundation.
BERLIN, Germany: Ceramics used in dental restorations have evolved significantly over the last 20 years. A review of the latest materials and their clinical use was presented last weekend at an international symposium organised by dental manufacturer Ivoclar Vivadent in the German capital of Berlin.
PROVO, Utah, USA: To date, the cellular processes that underlie birth defects like cleft palates and missing teeth have been poorly understood by scientists. Researchers in the U.S., however, might have discovered an important cellular mechanism that some syndromes have in common. In manipulating these, they hope to prevent such birth defects in the future.
LAGOS, Nigeria: Last week, the Lagos State Government revealed that it is planning to congregate about 300,000 students from different local schools in order to beat the Guinness World Record for the most people brushing their teeth simultaneously. The event will be organised in the scope of a new dental care programme in Lagos.
NUREMBERG, Germany: A German manufacturer of dental care products has developed a flavoured toothpaste that reduces a person’s desire for sweets. The product promises healthy teeth and curbs one’s sweet tooth. Users only have to brush three times a day for at least three minutes to benefit from the product, which promotes dietary change and can lead to weight loss of up to almost 7 kg.
DETROIT, Mich., USA: Surgeons from the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit have removed a very aggressive bone tumor that had spread throughout the entire lower third of a 21-year-old patient's face. Using a new surgical technique, they were able to rebuild a fully functional jaw and mouth and preserve the patient's ability to eat and speak successfully.
BRUSSELS, Belgium: Last week, the Platform for Better Oral Health in Europe, a forum that brings together European organisations for the promotion of oral health and the prevention of oral diseases, celebrated its first anniversary. At its first summit, participants of the event were presented with the “State of oral health in Europe” report commissioned by the organisation.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., USA: A University of Louisville scientist has found a way to prevent inflammation and bone loss surrounding the teeth by blocking a natural signaling pathway of the enzyme GSK3b, which plays an important role in directing the immune response. The discovery of UofL School of Dentistry researcher David Scott, PhD, and his team recently published online first in the journal Molecular Medicine.