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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/03/08

Top 5 Must Read Celebrate World Oral Health Day – March 20 Orthodontists report uptick in number of patients attempting DIY teeth straightening New method of detecting bacteria during root canal treatments ‘No need,’ says inter-professional working group on antibiotics prescription WHO publishes list of bacteria for which new antibiotics are urgently needed Canadian dentistry news From cancer to opioid abuse, Research Day 2017 tackles vital health challenges. dentistry.utoronto.ca: Read more 47th Annual Table Clinics and dental hygiene professional presentations. dal.ca: An opportunity to shine as experts. Read more Manitoba dentists could be allowed to administer Botox. winnipeg.ctvnews.com: Dr. Marcel ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/03/01

Top 3 Must Read Healthy Smiles Ontario provides dental coverage to 85,000 Toronto kids Prescription from ER doctor: expand public dental programs UBC Dentistry at PDC 2017 Canadian dentistry news Healthy Smiles Ontario provides dental coverage to 85,000 Toronto kids. insidetoronto.com: Ontario Dental Association estimates half-million Ontario kids eligible. Read more Making the leap from lab to market. publications.mcgill.ca: Two McGill Dentistry teams are working on getting their products to market. Dr. Faleh Tamimi and his team and Dr. Ashwaq Al-Hashedi presented their projects at this year McGill Dobson Cup, an annual startup competition for the McGill community. Dr. Al-Hashedi ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/02/15

Top 5 Must Read Celebrating the University of Alberta School of Dentistry’s centennial Dr. Paul Allison on the increased number of children needing dental surgery in Montreal University of Manitoba delivers first master class in dental management of snoring and OSA 2017 Oral Health in Peel: Key findings about risk factors and oral health outcomes Resin infiltration – New cavity treatment offers no drilling, no filling   University of Alberta School of Dentistry 100 Years 1917-2017. youtube.com: Watch video now Dr. Walter Siqueira to lead the Canadian Association for Dental Research (CADR). Schulich.uwo.ca: Dr. Siqueira will begin his term as Vice-President ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/02/08

Top 3 Must Read Health benefits tax off the table, for now Op-ed discusses dangers of “secondhand sugars” in children February JADA looks at assessment and treatment for deep carious lesions Canadian dentistry news Health benefits tax off the table, for now. thestar.com: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suggested the tax would not be part of the upcoming budget. Read more Vacancies in dental field growing in Thunder Bay. tbnewswatch.com: Career fair at Confederation College, inThunder Bay, highlights growing need in the health care field. Read more International dentistry news FDA confirms elevated levels of belladonna in certain homeopathic teething products. ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/01/26

Top 3 Must Read Collaboration to Tackle New Treatments for Periodontal Disease. FDA Now Offers Consumer Page on Opioids. New toolkit lets dentists build on antibiotic prescribing success. Canadian dentistry news New Brunswick Dental Society. nbdental.com: As authorized healthcare professionals, active licensed dentists in New Brunswick may now request access to the EHR. Read more New Brunswick Dental Society. nbdental.com: Tooth decay is one of the most common chronic diseases in the world. In Moncton, we can do something about it. Read more The School of Dentistry has deep roots. ualberta.ca: Ualberta dental school The School kicked-off its centennial celebrations, ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/01/19

Top 5 Must Read Northern biobank will fill health knowledge gaps in rural, First Nations communities Is dentistry ready for the future? Fear of fluoride New dental implant with built-in reservoir reduces risk of infections FDA warns on repeated, lengthy use of general anesthesia drugs Canadian dentistry news Is sugar killing us? Author Gary Taubes makes his case. cbc.ca: Science writer Gary Taubes argues sugar is responsible for more premature deaths than cigarettes. Read more Added sugar in the packaged foods and beverages available at a major Canadian retailer in 2015: a descriptive analysis. cmajopen.ca: The results provide an estimation ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2017/01/11

Top 5 Must Read Health care providers urge federal government to not tax health benefit plans Fluoride varnish in primary care project awarded international grant January JADA looks at changes in facial profile resulting from orthodontic treatment Dental implants with antibacterial activity and designed to facilitate integration into the bone Mouthpiece improves movement for patient with Parkinson disease Canadian dentistry news Health care providers urge federal government to not tax health benefit plans. cda-adc.ca: A coalition of health care service providers warned of the potential negative implications of taxing the premiums paid on employer-provided health and dental benefits. Read more Taxation of Health ...

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News Bites from CDA Knowledge Networks – 2016/12/21

Top 5 Must Read Health care providers urge federal government to not tax health benefit plans ADA releases ‘A mom’s guide to fluoride’ Antiseptic mouthwash against pharyngeal Neisseria gonorrhoeae New stem cell delivery approach regenerates dental pulp-like tissue in a rodent model New e-cigarettes alert as experts warn that the exposure to chemicals could trigger severe gum disease and even increase the risk of mouth cancer Canadian dentistry news Health care providers urge federal government to not tax health benefit plans. cda-adc.ca: A coalition of health care service providers warned of the potential negative implications of taxing the premiums paid ...

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