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DUX Dental Kicks Off 2014 Bib-Eze For Boob-Eze Campaign To Benefit Breast Cancer Charity PDF Print E-mail

OXNARD, CALIF. – SEPT. 2, 2014 – Today, DUX Dental kicks off the sixth-annual “Bib-Eze for Boob-Eze” campaign to benefit Barbells For Boobs, a non-profit breast cancer organization that is dedicated to the early detection of breast cancer, with an emphasis on women and men under the age of 40. During the Bib-Eze for Boob-Eze program, dental offices are invited to take a photo of the dental team using Bib-Eze disposable bib holders and then post it with a caption on social media sites with the hashtag #Bibeze4Boobeze. For every photo posted with the hashtag, DUX Dental will donate five dollars to Barbells For Boobs. In addition, the pictures with the most re-tweets and shares will be featured in the October issue of RDH Magazine. The Bib-Eze for Boob-Eze charitable campaign begins today and runs until Oct. 31 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For more information visit www.bibezeforboobeze.com.

“We love the Bib-Eze for Boob-Eze campaign because it engages the dental industry in a fun, social way. But most importantly, the campaign is a great cause that recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We are excited to support Barbells for Boobs again this year because it is an organization making a tremendous difference for people who are often overlooked as at risk for breast cancer,” said Stacey Williams, Director of Sales and Marketing, DUX Dental.

During the last five years, the Bib-Eze for Boob-Eze campaigns have raised thousands of dollars to fight breast cancer. The campaign will culminate at the end of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when DUX Dental will donate up to $7,500 to Barbells For Boobs.

Barbells for Boobs has a two-fold mission. They aim to detect breast cancer in its earliest stage in order to prevent a infinitely more serious problem. The Barbells for Boobs grant program provides funding to breast centers nationally as a resource for thousands of men and women who do not qualify for government funding or other charitable resources in the detection of breast cancer. It is committed to raising awareness and diagnosis of breast cancer in symptomatic people who are under the age of 40, and who thus often don’t meet the current requirements for screening that favor patients over 40. For more information visitwww.barbellsforboobs.org.

Made from lightweight, elasticized fiber, Bib-Eze are disposable bib holders that remove the risk of cross-contamination from bib clips in the dental environment. Research shows up to 70 percent of reusable bib chains retain bacteria even after disinfection[1]. Bib-Eze disposable bib holders give the dental patient peace of mind that the holder is free of bacteria. They are also more comfortable for the patient since they are not cold on the neck, have no sharp edges and stretch to fit. Self-adhesive ends secure the one-time-use holder to any bib and are easy to remove for disposal.

About DUX Dental
DUX Dental has been manufacturing and distributing the highest level of dental products worldwide for more than 50 years, and is now part of the Kerr Corporation. Based in the coastal city of Oxnard, Calif., with additional manufacturing and distribution facilities in Europe, DUX Dental is home to a world-class team of innovators who produce and service a portfolio of hundreds of dental products and supplies. DUX Dental is well known for its series of industry firsts including Zone Temporary Cement, Identic™ Alginate and Bib-Eze disposable bib holders, as well as its award-winning PeelVue+ sterilization pouches. Visit www.duxdental.com or contact  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  for more information about DUX Dental products.

[1] Comprehensive Analysis of Aerobic and Anaerobic Bacteria Found on Dental Bib Clips at a Hygiene Clinic”, Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry, April 2013.

Marty Jablow DMD - Dental News and Technology

Forum Offered at CDA North Gives Dentists a New Take on Technology Options PDF Print E-mail

SAN FRANCISCO—A corporate forum at CDA Presents in San Francisco asks general practitioners to consider cone beam computed tomography (CBCT).
“Principles and Clinical Applications of CBCT in Dentistry—Time to Change Strategy,” presented by Carestream Dental and led by Nestor Cohenca, D.D.S, examines the clinical applications of CBCT and reviews potential benefits of the technology for diagnosis and treatment planning. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the impact of CBCT on treatment outcome and improved predictability.
The forum takes place 3:00-5:00 p.m., Friday, Sept. 5. Two Continuing Education (CE) credits are available to attendees of the course.
“You cannot treat what you cannot see,” Cohenca, the course instructor, said. “CBCT provides us with a more accurate diagnosis and treatment strategy, thus, increasing successful outcomes and avoiding further complications.” 
Although CBCT technology has been available to dentists since the early 2000s—and has experienced a massive surge in popularity over recent years—most general dentists are still not trained to understand its benefits, indications and interpretation. 
CBCT scans provide a complete visual image covering multiple planes, including axial, coronal and sagittal. They offer several benefits over both 2D and computed tomography (CT) imaging, such as higher-resolution images; more accurate linear measurements; faster acquisition times, which reduce the chance for patient movement and retakes; lower radiation; and even user-friendly software.
“A single radiograph is a two dimensional shadow of a three dimensional object,” Cohenca said. “Mathematically, that means we only see 66 percent of the actual anatomy. A CBCT, however, produces a three-dimensional digital image while providing significantly less radiation to our patients.”
These 3D digital images also serve as an excellent tool when discussing treatment options with patients. It is much easier to convince a patient to accept a treatment plan when the doctor is able to reveal an issue on a 3D image that actually looks like the patient’s mouth rather than a flat, 2D image with distortion and overlap.
Cohenca serves as professor of endodontics and pediatric dentistry at the University of Washington and Seattle Children’s Hospital. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics and was one of the pioneers in the use of CBCT technology.
CDA Presents takes places in San Francisco, Calif. Sept. 4-6, Moscone South. Attendees are also encouraged to visitCarestream Dental in booth number 1312.
For more information on Carestream Dental’s innovative solutions or to request a product demonstration, call 800.944.6365 or visit www.carestreamdental.com.
About Carestream Dental
Carestream Dental provides industry-leading imaging, CAD/CAM, software and practice management solutions for dental and oral health professionals. With more than 100 years of industry experience, Carestream Dental products are used by seven out of 10 practitioners globally and deliver more precise diagnoses, improved workflows and superior patient care. For more information or to contact a Carestream Dental representative, call 800.944.6365 or visit www.carestreamdental.com.

About Carestream Health
Carestream is a worldwide provider of dental and medical imaging systems and IT solutions; X-ray imaging systems for non-destructive testing and advanced materials for the precision films and electronics markets. For more information about the company’s broad portfolio of products, solutions and services, please contact your Carestream representative, call 888.777.2072 or visit www.carestream.com.

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Aurum Ceramic Launches New Re-Designed Website PDF Print E-mail

See What’s “New” in Dentistry Today!

Spokane, WA – August 26, 2014 – Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories, and its affiliated Aurum Group companies (Aurum Ceramic @ LVI and Space Maintainers – Pacific Northwest), are pleased to announce the launch of its re-designed, fully-featured website at www.aurumgroup.com. The new site has extensive content, both on-line and available for download, including full details on what’s new in dentistry today: new products, new techniques, new on-line tools and new Continuing Education opportunities.

The Aurum Ceramic website is designed to assist dental professionals in comparing and applying the latest alternatives in state-of-the-art dentistry today, including the rapidly expanding areas of implantology and digital dentistry. The site features robust Brochure and Technical Information download sections for dentists, laboratory technicians and patients. Along with a more contemporary design, changes have been made to the site-wide navigation to help clinicians, and their extended teams, find the information and materials they need faster, both on-line and via mobile media. The site reflects Aurum Ceramic’s, and the Aurum Group’s, commitment to providing Complete Root-To-ToothTM Solutions in all aspects of the dental industry.

To visit the new site, visit www.aurumgroup.com.

About Aurum Ceramic Dental Laboratories

Aurum Ceramic (www.aurumgroup.com) specializes in Comprehensive Aesthetic and Implant Dentistry. As a leader in state-of-the-art dentistry, we are committed to setting the platinum standard in laboratory services and outstanding results. Aurum Ceramic has always been committed to supporting dentistry with not only the most technologically advanced restorative materials and techniques available but also in terms of research, education and program assistance. We are proud to be a Platinum Lab Partner at LVI Global (The Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies). Aurum Ceramic works closely with the Pacific Implant Institute, Common Sense Dentistry (Dr. Louis Malcmacher) and PTC; is a Corporate Gold Member of AACD; and are supporters of Oral Health America and many other foundations and initiatives. 

American Academy of Periodontology Welcomes Dental Community, Media to 100th Annual Meeting PDF Print E-mail

Dental Publications and Professionals Invited to San Francisco for the Latest on Gum Health
CHICAGO – August 28, 2014 – The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) will hold its 100th Annual Meeting Sept. 19-22, 2014, at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. A number of sessions pertinent to the dental media and industry will highlight advancements in the specialty, including hotbed topics such as the perio-systemic link, tissue engineering and periodontal regeneration, and the dental industry’s impact on the overall healthcare system.
“This year’s meeting has so much to offer to the dental community, including any dental patient or potential patient,” says
Dr. Stuart Froum, president of the AAP. “The 100th Anniversary meeting will offer a comprehensive look back at how far periodontics has come, while comprehensively addressing the changing dynamic of the specialty and its effect on patient outcomes, their overall health, and on global health care,” he says.
Event highlights include the following:
·       Pillars of the Past, Foundation for the Future | Saturday, Sept. 20 – 8 a.m. to 10 a.m
Revered periodontal thought leaders discuss the evolving art and science of periodontal dentistry. Where have we come from, where are we today, and what are the challenges and opportunities for the future? Experts will discuss the impact implants and other technologies have had on periodontal therapies, and will share insights on how of periodontics’ shifting paradigms will affect on dentistry and healthcare as a whole.
·       The Periodontist in the Treatment of the Diabetic Patient | Sunday, Sept. 21 – 10:15 to 11:45 a.m.
As a condition intimately linked with inflammatory periodontal disease, diabetes affects 26 million people in the United States. This session will assess the influence of periodontal disease in the management of blood sugar control for diabetic patients and the unique challenged presented to dental practitioners, physicians, and patients in the dual care of diabetes and gum disease.
·       Global Perspective on Periodontal Medicine | Sunday, Sept. 21 – 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Experts review the rapidly growing body of research that addresses the relationship between periodontal disease and systemic health. Attendees will understand the latest evidence supporting gum disease’s links to diabetes, cardiovascular conditions, and pregnancy.
The 2014 AAP Annual Meeting will feature a diverse selection of programming, including compelling general sessions,; corporate forums featuring presentations from leading product manufacturers and services; and interactive forums on groundbreaking periodontal techniques. This year’s meeting also features a dental hygiene symposium and a dental industry exhibition.

Registration fees for media representatives attending the AAP’s 100thAnnual Meeting will be waived, granting access to all non-ticketed sessions and seminars. Presenters and AAP representatives will be available for one-site interviews, film, and photo shoots, which must be scheduled in advance with AAP Public Relations staff. For press credentials, contact the Academy’s Public Relations Department at 312-573-3243 or
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About the American Academy of Periodontology
The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) is an 8,300-member professional organization for periodontists – specialists in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of inflammatory diseases affecting the gums and supporting structures of the teeth, and in the placement of dental implants. Periodontics is one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association.

Marty Jablow DMD - Dental News and Technology

White House Nabs Google's Megan Smith to be CTO of Administration PDF Print E-mail
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In 2009, President Obama created a (in my opinion) much needed post of White House CTO (Chief Technology Officer).  Since that time, the job has only been held by three people, with Ms. Smith being the third.
Personally, I can't think of many better choices.  Let's face it, for this job you want someone with some serious tech background and Ms. Smith certainly has that.  Until picked for the CTO position she was vice president of Google's department called Google X.  This is the free wheeling, outside the box thinking part of Google that deals with special products/ideas the employees come up with.  That area is where the way cool projects are developed.  She has seen the work done on Google Glass, the balloon based high altitude universal wireless project, and the car that drives itself (sans driver) just to name a few.  Someone with those types of projects under her belt should be well suited to help the US government with its technology issues, questions, and projects.
Let's face it, outside of areas like the NSA, CIA, and other national security type departments, the US government is badly in need of someone that can help them with technology (think the Obama-care website debacle as one).  
The government's need for someone with serious tech chops is pretty obvious.  We *need* someone like Megan Smith to help lead this charge.  Here's hoping she can do it.
Also, this is not a *guaranteed* type position.  This is a job that was created by President Obama in 2009.  That means the job has the potential to cease to exist when the next president is elected.  My personal feelings are that this should be a full time position that does not exist at the whim of one administration or another.  Heck, I even feel this is a cabinet level job… it's that important.  Of course, I'm just a molar mechanic and no one from the halls of power ever calls up and asks my opinion.  If they ever did, I know what I would say about this subject.  To me it's a pretty simple decision.
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