A clinical follow-up study of the periodontal conditions of RPD abutment and non-abutment teeth

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Summary The purpose of this study was to evaluate the periodontal conditions of removable partial denture (RPD) wearers, comparing direct and indirect abutment teeth, and the teeth not involved in the denture design before denture placement and 1 year
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Press Release: SensAble Delivers More Dental Restorations, Speed and Convenience With New Release 3 of SensAble Dental Lab System 0

Enhanced features that speed design for multiple workflows, such as improved automatic positioning and sizing of virtual teeth, connectors, retention beads, hollow pontics and multi-part partials. This touch-enabled approach mimics the traditional method of hand-modeling dental restorations, allowing technicians to keep the artistry and manual dexterity they have spent years perfecting. Release 3 is scheduled for general availability at the end of April. Expanded versatility with more types of restorations and streamlined design workflows for inlays, onlays, metal occlusion, metal dummies, open facings, and combination cases with attachments. The system also uniquely incorporates a 3D “virtual touch” stylus where technicians work by holding a haptic (touch-enabled) device instead of a computer mouse, and use virtual wax-up tools to literally feel the onscreen model as they apply, smooth and carve digital wax. In the SensAble system, technicians hold a haptic (touch-enabled) device instead of a computer mouse.  They use virtual wax-up tools to literally “feel” the on-screen model as they apply, smooth and carve “digital wax.” This touch-enabled approach mimics the traditional method of hand modeling dental restorations – yet adds the consistency, precision and repeatability of a digital system. About the SensAble Dental Lab System
The SensAble Dental Lab System is an integrated digital solution to scan, design and fabricate common dental restorations. “But, speed isn’t enough – labs need to produce accurate, consistent products on a repeatable basis, or their dentists will go elsewhere. Design:

Dramatically faster performance through innovative applications of hardware and software acceleration. It is the first integrated digital solution to support the production process for removable partial frameworks, as well as full contour crown and bridge. Contact SensAble for more information on the SensAble Dental Lab System by calling 781-939-7493 or visiting www.sensabledental.com. Intelli-Fit processing to automatically adjust, by restoration type, for fabrication techniques (3D printing and milling) and materials (alloys, ceramics, investment, resins, plastics, etc.). Release 3 is scheduled for general availability at the end of April.   Contact SensAble for more information on the SensAble Dental Lab System by calling 781-939-7493 or visiting www.sensabledental.com. Release 3 dramatically speeds the scan, design and fabrication processes for  partial dentures as well as crowns and bridges; provides support for milling; adds support for impression scanning and the SensAble OpenScan™ interface; and expands SensAble’s unique software intelligence, called Intelli-Fit™, that automatically compensates for inaccuracies inherent in both digital and manual processes such as scanning artifacts and physical distortions introduced during fabrication processes.  With analysts predicting a significant increase in CAD/CAM-created dental prosthetic devices through 2015 ¹ , Release 3 lets labs gain optimal value from their technology investment and achieve sought-after efficiencies throughout their workflow. New OpenScan interface, which will allow the SensAble Dental Lab System to import industry-standard STL files from other open scanners that a lab may already own. # # #
SOURCE: Press Release from SensAbleRelease 3 Brings Accelerated Performance, More Types of Fixed and Removable Prosthetics, Support for Milling, Impression Scanning and More
WOBURN, Massachusetts – February 25, 2010 - SensAble Technologies, Inc®, a leading provider of touch-enabled 3D modeling systems, dental CAD/CAM solutions and haptic devices, has announced Release 3 of the SensAble Dental Lab System (SDLS), with significant enhancements to this integrated system for creating dental restorations efficiently and more cost-effectively. In related news today,  SensAble announced its first two Authorized Milling Centers and introduced its dental impression scanner (see press releases).  The company will preview Release 3 enhancements at the Cal-Lab and LAB DAY events in Chicago this week. Enhanced features that speed design for multiple workflows, such as improved automatic positioning and sizing of virtual teeth, connectors, retention beads, hollow pontics and multi-part partials. As a beta partner, we’re already appreciating the new release’s dramatic speed improvements, and the many software enhancements that are allowing us to complete even more types of restorations than before. “The SensAble Dental Lab System has been a huge productivity plus to our lab since day one, and it just keeps getting better and better,” said Kristine Van Cleve, president of Dental Prosthetic Services (DPS). About the SensAble Dental Lab System
The SensAble Dental Lab System is an integrated digital solution to scan, design and fabricate common dental restorations.  It is the first integrated digital solution to support the production process for removable partial frameworks, as well as full contour crown and bridge. # # #
SOURCE: Press Release from SensAble

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Original source : http://www.dentalblogs.com/archives/administrator/… New OpenScan interface, which will allow the SensAble Dental Lab System to import industry-standard STL files from other open scanners that a lab may already own. The system’s unique 3D “Virtual Touch” stylus allows technicians to digitally design multiple restoration types with unmatched speed and precision – while keeping the artistry and manual dexterity they have spent years perfecting. “The SensAble Dental Lab System has been a huge productivity plus to our lab since day one, and it just keeps getting better and better,” said Kristine Van Cleve, president of Dental Prosthetic Services (DPS). SensAble products are available through direct and reseller channels worldwide.  www.sensabledental.com. Release 3 of the SensAble Dental Lab System continues to extend SensAble’s built-in advantage of total integration from A-to-Z. And, a Scan-only option for labs that want to outsource both design and fabrication. About SensAble
Founded in 1993, SensAble Technologies is the leading developer of 3D touch-enabled (force feedback) solutions and technology that allow users to not only see and hear an on-screen computer application, but to actually “feel” it.  With 41 patents granted and over 8,000 systems installed worldwide, SensAble Technologies’ haptic technology is being used in applications ranging from designing toys and footwear, to surgical simulation and stroke rehabilitation, to dental restorations, as well as a range of research and robotic applications.  The company markets its own 3D modeling solutions as well as its haptic devices and developer toolkits to medical, dental, design, and manufacturing companies; educational and research institutions; and OEMs. Press Release: SensAble Delivers More Dental Restorations, Speed and Convenience With New Release 3 of SensAble Dental Lab System
March 4th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Release 3 Brings Accelerated Performance, More Types of Fixed and Removable Prosthetics, Support for Milling, Impression Scanning and More
WOBURN, Massachusetts – February 25, 2010 -  SensAble Technologies, Inc®, a leading provider of  touch-enabled 3D modeling systems, dental CAD/CAM solutions and haptic devices, has announced Release 3 of the  SensAble Dental Lab System (SDLS), with significant enhancements to this integrated system for creating dental restorations efficiently and more cost-effectively. About SensAble
Founded in 1993, SensAble Technologies is the leading developer of 3D touch-enabled (force feedback) solutions and technology that allow users to not only see and hear an on-screen computer application, but to actually “feel” it. “In our business, every minute saved goes directly to the bottom line. Release 3 dramatically speeds the scan, design and fabrication processes for partial dentures as well as crowns and bridges; provides support for milling; adds support for impression scanning and the SensAble OpenScan™ interface; and expands SensAble’s unique software intelligence, called Intelli-Fit™, that automatically compensates for inaccuracies inherent in both digital and manual processes such as scanning artifacts and physical distortions introduced during fabrication processes. As a beta partner, we’re already appreciating the new release’s dramatic speed improvements, and the many software enhancements that are allowing us to complete even more types of restorations than before. In related news today, SensAble announced its first two Authorized Milling Centers and introduced its dental impression scanner (see press releases). The system’s unique 3D “Virtual Touch” stylus allows technicians to digitally design multiple restoration types with unmatched speed and precision – while keeping the artistry and manual dexterity they have spent years perfecting. Release 3 is a perfect example of how SensAble continues to expand the versatility of their system as well as their commitment to helping dental labs grow.”
“Dental labs either have to get more efficient, or they face a diminished role as digital methods transform the industry and demand for dental restorations increases,” said Bob Steingart, president of SensAble Dental Products. Design:

Dramatically faster performance through innovative applications of hardware and software acceleration. The SensAble Dental Lab System is the only CAD/CAM solution that includes built-in support for both fixed and removable restorations in an integrated, touch-enabled platform. Release 3 of the SensAble Dental Lab System continues to extend SensAble’s built-in advantage of total integration from A-to-Z. SensAble products are available through direct and reseller channels worldwide. Faster scanning times, through innovative software and enhanced integration. They use virtual wax-up tools to literally “feel” the on-screen model as they apply, smooth and carve “digital wax.” This touch-enabled approach mimics the traditional method of hand modeling dental restorations – yet adds the consistency, precision and repeatability of a digital system. The company will preview Release 3 enhancements at the Cal-Lab and LAB DAY events in Chicago this week. Labs can start designing digitally using the impression scan right away. In the SensAble system, technicians hold a haptic (touch-enabled) device instead of a computer mouse. With 41 patents granted and over 8,000 systems installed worldwide, SensAble Technologies’ haptic technology is being used in applications ranging from designing toys and footwear, to surgical simulation and stroke rehabilitation, to dental restorations, as well as a range of research and robotic applications. And, a Scan-only option for labs that want to outsource both design and fabrication. A Scan/Design configuration, for labs that want to design in-house, but outsource fabrication. Intelli-Fit processing to automatically adjust, by restoration type, for fabrication techniques (3D printing and milling) and materials (alloys, ceramics, investment, resins, plastics, etc.). This touch-enabled approach mimics the traditional method of hand-modeling dental restorations, allowing technicians to keep the artistry and manual dexterity they have spent years perfecting. Faster scanning times, through innovative software and enhanced integration. We sweat the hundreds of details involved in digital design and production so that lab technicians can focus on what they do best – designing precise, esthetically pleasing and great fitting restorations.”
Release 3 Highlights:

Scan:

Support for impression scanning, providing increased accuracy and speed.  Labs can start designing digitally using the impression scan right away. With analysts predicting a significant increase in CAD/CAM-created dental prosthetic devices through 2015¹ , Release 3 lets labs gain optimal value from their technology investment and achieve sought-after efficiencies throughout their workflow. “In our business, every minute saved goes directly to the bottom line. System Configurations and Availability
Release 3 of the SensAble Dental Lab System is sold in  several configurations to suit the needs of any size lab:

A complete SensAble Authorized Production Center configuration for labs that want complete in-house control, from scan to fabrication, to produce their own restorations, and that may also want the option of providing production services for other SensAble Dental Lab customers. The company markets its own 3D modeling solutions as well as its haptic devices and developer toolkits to medical, dental, design, and manufacturing companies; educational and research institutions; and OEMs. Fabricate:

Support for milling and the ability to send digital design files to SensAble Authorized Milling Centers, providing labs with an additional fabrication option. A Scan/Design configuration, for labs that want to design in-house, but outsource fabrication. Fabricate:

Support for milling and the ability to send digital design files to SensAble Authorized Milling Centers, providing labs with an additional fabrication option. Release 3 is a perfect example of how SensAble continues to expand the versatility of their system as well as their commitment to helping dental labs grow.”
“Dental labs either have to get more efficient, or they face a diminished role as digital methods transform the industry and demand for dental restorations increases,” said Bob Steingart, president of SensAble Dental Products. The SensAble Dental Lab System is the only CAD/CAM solution that includes built-in support for both fixed and removable restorations in an integrated, touch-enabled platform. www.sensabledental.com. The system also uniquely incorporates a 3D “virtual touch” stylus where technicians work by holding a haptic (touch-enabled) device instead of a computer mouse, and use virtual wax-up tools to literally feel the onscreen model as they apply, smooth and carve digital wax. System Configurations and Availability
Release 3 of the SensAble Dental Lab System is sold in several configurations to suit the needs of any size lab:

A complete SensAble Authorized Production Center configuration for labs that want complete in-house control, from scan to fabrication, to produce their own restorations, and that may also want the option of providing production services for other SensAble Dental Lab customers. We sweat the hundreds of details involved in digital design and production so that lab technicians can focus on what they do best – designing precise, esthetically pleasing and great fitting restorations.”
Release 3 Highlights:

Scan:

Support for impression scanning, providing increased accuracy and speed. Expanded versatility with more types of restorations and streamlined design workflows for inlays, onlays, metal occlusion, metal dummies, open facings, and combination cases with attachments. “But, speed isn’t enough – labs need to produce accurate, consistent products on a repeatable basis, or their dentists will go elsewhere.

Originally posted 2010-03-19 14:42:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Parker Waichman Alonso LLP Again Calls on GlaxoSmithKline to Recall All Super PoliGrip Denture Creams that Contain Zinc In .. 0

Parker Waichman Alonso LLP Again Calls on GlaxoSmithKline to Recall All Super PoliGrip Denture Creams that Contain Zinc In Light of The Facts Disclosed in Its February 18 Letter to Dentists Refer to a friend © Business Wire 2010 Parker Waichman Alonso
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Gels Containing MMP Inhibitors Prevent Dental Erosion in situ 0

The use of gels delivering MMP inhibitors was shown to prevent erosion and opens a new perspective
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Original source : http://xfruits.com/cojahmetov/?id=96716&clic=53213… This study tested the hypothesis that gels containing MMP inhibitors (epigallocatechin gallateEGCG and chlorhexidine) can prevent dental erosion. et al.

Originally posted 2010-04-24 04:26:33. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

D4D Technologies Announces the E4D Podcast Channel – Now Available on iTunes 0

Now you can be up-to-date anywhere and anytime on all the exciting news about E4D and learn how D4D Technologies is staying on the cutting edge of CAD CAM Dentistry. Then to find and subscribe to the E4D Podcast channel, either search E4D Podcast or subscribe directly at http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/the-e4d-podcast/id356385633. Contact Dalyce Willis dwillis@d4dtech.com; 214-432-6349 (direct)
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Original source : http://www.dentalblogs.com/archives/administrator/… Highly accurate, versatile, and easy to use, the E4D Systems provide significant productivity improvements allowing dental professionals to offer a healthier, more economical and more convenient solution with Same Day Dentistry™. D4D Technologies Announces the E4D Podcast Channel – Now Available on iTunes
March 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

Dallas, TX – (March 10, 2010) – D4D Technologies announced today that their in-house production, the E4D Podcast, is now available for download on its very own iTunes channel! Topics include current and future software applications, upcoming events, testimonials by current E4D users and more, all shot at our state-of-the-art podcast studio at D4D’s global headquarters in Richardson, Texas. It syncs all your media with your iPod, iPhone and Apple TV and the iTunes Store puts thousands of free podcasts at your fingertips,
A podcast is an episodic program delivered via the Internet and can be audio files, video files, documents or any combination of the three. iTunes is a free online application for your Mac or PC that organizes and plays digital music and video on your computer. Headquartered in Richardson, TX, a suburb of Dallas, D4D Technologies has partnerships with major corporations in the dental profession: Henry Schein Dental is responsible for global sales and distribution; 3M ESPE and Ivoclar Vivadent provide restorative materials. About D4D Technologies LLC
www.E4D.com
D4D Technologies is taking the dental profession to a higher level of productivity, patient comfort, and convenience with its E4D Dentist™, E4D Labworks™ and E4D Studio™ Systems, all part of the E4D Sky™ Network of products. The systems use high-speed laser scanning technology to produce digital 3D impressions of teeth prepared for full contour crowns, inlays, onlays, smile designs, and no-prep veneers without the application of contrast agents. Apple and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. To download the latest version of iTunes on your computer, visit http://www.apple.com/itunes/download. The intuitive DentaLogic™ software enables operators to customize restoration designs and send them wirelessly to the precision mill that uses the latest restorative materials to produce fine esthetic restorations. The E4D Podcast is an exciting new feature from D4D Technologies that gives you an inside look at all that is current in digital dentistry.

Originally posted 2010-03-23 21:46:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Glaxo, P&G Breathing Easy — Denture-Cream Zinc-Poisoning Cases Still Few and Far Between 0

GSK) and Procter & Gamble (PG) are on the defensive over the use of zinc in their respective denture fixative brands, Poligrip and Fixodent. They may have less to worry about than previously thought, as an expected tidal wave of lawsuits has so far been
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It's good dental practice to go green for Earth Day 0

/> />Earth Day is celebrated worldwide through events promoting awareness of environmental
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Original source : http://xfruits.com/cojahmetov/?id=96716&clic=53127… of Earth Day, a time for dentists to consider reviewing and renewing efforts to go green in the dental surgery, according to the Eco-Dentistry Association.

Originally posted 2010-04-22 16:29:57. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

The assessment of suturing skills of dental undergraduates 0

Further work is required to determine if teaching initially on a tabletop model can be transferred to the dental clinical situation
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Zinc in denture adhesive 0

In light of lawsuits in which denture users claim they’ve been harmed by the zinc in their denture adhesive, GlaxoSmithKline has pledged to remove the mineral from its Poligrip products, even as the company maintains that
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Duck and no cover 0

- It’s going to be a busy month – off to London this week for the Dental Awards. I’ve been asked to present one of the awards, so I’m practising walking up steps in a long frock and high heels…. would hate to embarrass myself
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Originally posted 2010-04-20 19:43:20. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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