Provia Laboratories, a bio banking project of market research & private equity company Grace Century, has reported 47 per cent quarterly growth in enrolments for its Store-a-tooth cryogenic storage service of dental stem cells.
Stratasys, a leading provider of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, has unveiled the Objet260 Dental Selection 3D Printer a leading dental show in Cologne, Germany.
Leveraging Stratasys' triple-jetting technolog
Juvora Dental Disc has been approved for dental laboratories and dentists to create precise, custom-fit crowns and bridges.
The extended CE approval permits its use in the European market for anterior and posterior crowns as well
The dental industry in the Middle East will continue to move into digital dentistry and will wildly adopt 3D printing within the digital dental laboratories in the next five years, according to experts.
Ashish Panjabi, chief opera
The Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC), a leading healthcare free zone in the emirate, has revealed the new identity of the Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine (HBMCDM), formerly the Dubai College of Dental Medicine.
Dubai College of Dental Medicine (DCDM), a part of Dubai Healthcare City’s integrated academic and clinical operations, signed a scholarship deal with Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries (Julphar) to support the UAE’s Ministry of Health
A leading oral and maxillofacial surgeon based in Dubai shared the latest treatment for dental implants at an event in Abu Dhabi recently.
Dr Costa Nicolopoulos spoke on the ‘Less graft surgery for more dental implant treatm
Dubai-based Al Tadawi Medical Centre has launched dental, gynaecology and wellness packages, valid until August.
The dental packages include treatments for pearl white teeth, crystal white teeth and teeth whitening, while gynaecol
Finnish dental equipment manufacturer Planmeca said it has inked a key agreement for delivery of fully-digital teaching environments to King Saud University College of Dentistry and the National Guard of Saudi Arabia Health Affairs.
Frequent dental X-rays may increase the risk of developing the non-cancerous brain tumors, according to a new study published in the Cancer journal.
Researchers surveyed 1,433 patients who had the brain tumors, called meningiomas, and comp