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Hitting the spot with the CS 708

March 27, 2020 | Advertorial

KRIENS, Switzerland: Effectively cleaning around lingual orthodontic appliances, fixed prostheses or dental implants can be a hassle, but the CS 708 toothbrush from Swiss oral health brand CURAPROX allows cleaning of the most difficult-to-reach areas of the mouth.

Like soap for the patient’s mouth—cyclodextrins are important for future of oral care

March 26, 2020 | Advertorial

During viral epidemics, dental offices face significant challenges. There are requirements for meticulous hygiene and virus spread prevention, and cyclodextrins in oral care products could help dentists do their jobs while keeping everyone healthy and safe. While cyclodextrins are not primarily meant for the prevention or cure of viral infections, in the same way as soap does, they destroy the membranes of viruses and make them weaker.

CURADEN to provide a week full of online dental education

March 26, 2020 | Education

In the coming week, the Curaden Academy will present dental professionals with one live webinar each day. Owing to the outbreak of the virus SARS-CoV-2, most educational events for the first half of 2020 have been cancelled or postponed by now. In this situation, online webinars offer dentists the opportunity to concentrate on their further education and continue to obtain continuing education (CE) credits. Also, in times of social distancing, online courses offer a safe way to learn from home.

On the go with new CURAPROX travel set

March 24, 2020 | Advertorial

KRIENS, Switzerland: Swiss family-owned oral health company CURADEN has released its new CURAPROX travel set. The set is the perfect travel companion: compact enough to fit in the pocket and offering everything needed for optimal oral hygiene on the go. Included are the iconic CS 5460 brush, a mini-sized tube of the whitening toothpaste and two interdental brushes with a practical holder.

“ITOP is not about brushing teeth; it is about achieving overall health”

January 28, 2020 | News

FRANKFURT, Germany: If you have ever wondered how to instruct patients in perfect brushing habits and motivate them to actively implement them, look no further. ITOP—short for individually trained oral prophylaxis—is prophylaxis pioneer Dr Jiří Sedelmayer’s programme for perfect brushing and allows you to set up your patients for a lifetime of oral health. Last weekend, the programme’s head lecturers met in Frankfurt for their yearly recall, ensuring continuing top-level prevention education in their respective countries.

Webinar to discuss use of images in biofilm control

January 27, 2020 | Education

Motivating patients to implement optimal oral hygiene at home is not an easy task. In a free Curaden webinar on Tuesday, 28 January, dental hygienist and health psychologist Mário Rui will discuss how images and intra-oral cameras are a great aid for educating patients about biofilm.

Free webinar to focus on dysbiosis and personalised care pathways

November 11, 2019 | Education

KRIENS, Switzerland: In a free Dental Tribune Study Club webinar on Tuesday, 12 November, Dr Juan Carlos Villalobos will be discussing the importance of mechanical biofilm control as well as explaining how to design personalised biofilm control home-care programs for patients.

Want to maintain good oral health? Start eating smarter

October 28, 2019 | News

KRIENS, Switzerland: With an estimated 743 million people affected, periodontitis is a major global health burden. The condition is usually initiated by bacterial biofilm resulting from poor oral hygiene and mediates the destruction of soft and hard periodontal tissue, and has been linked to systemic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. A healthy diet is a well-known factor in the prevention and management of periodontitis, but there is one group of completely organic chemicals that could play a larger role than previously assumed: polyphenols.

Want to maintain good oral health? Start eating smarter

October 28, 2019 | News

KRIENS, Switzerland: With an estimated 743 million people affected, periodontitis is a major global health burden. The condition is usually initiated by bacterial biofilm resulting from poor oral hygiene and mediates the destruction of soft and hard periodontal tissue, and has been linked to systemic diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. A healthy diet is a well-known factor in the prevention and management of periodontitis, but there is one group of completely organic chemicals that could play a larger role than previously assumed: polyphenols.

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