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Carmen Fuller — A dental assistant you should know
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Carmen Fuller recently won the ADAA Student Achievement award from the ADAA. She talks about the award, along with the need for early intervention and oral hygiene, among other things. "I think that many of the oral problems in patients originate from the lack of early education in oral hygiene, so one of my jobs as a dental assistant is to get involved in communities where I can share my knowledge and make everybody aware of this problem, especially parents," Fuller said. More

Registration opens for the 2010 ADA Annual Session in Orlando, Fla.
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Dentists and dental professionals can now register for the American Dental Association's (ADA) 151st Annual Session and World Marketplace Exhibition, to be held in Orlando's Orange County Convention Center in Florida from Oct. 9-12. The ADA Annual Session brings together leaders in dental practice, research, academics and industry to present hundreds of continuing education courses over four days. It features hundreds of exhibitors, its "2010 Distinguished Speaker," and excellent recreational opportunities over this Columbus Day weekend. Visit www.ada.org/goto/session for more information.

"We look forward to welcoming professionals from every part of dentistry to the ADA meeting this fall," said Dr. Steven Carstensen, 2010 chair of the Council on ADA Sessions. "We've all worked hard to bring you the best dental meeting ever, set in convenient and exciting Orlando. Bring your family and enjoy the best the ADA has to offer in a fantastic, family friendly location. There's no better way to make your dental future better than meeting with us this October!"
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Volunteer dental assistants needed for our dental clinic in Detroit
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St. Vincent de Paul's Dental Clinic at 3000 Gratiot, Detroit was reopened on May 4, to serve underprivileged adults in need of dental care and who lack insurance or are underinsured. We have a well equipped clinic with two chairs. Currently the clinic is opened once a week: on the first Tuesdays each month from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. and is staffed by a wonderful team of four highly experienced, retired dentists - Dr. John Greig, Dr. Bob Cosgrove, Dr. Dan Scanlon and Dr. Bud Tishkowski; who with Dental Coordinator Donna Norton, Dental Assistant Cynthia Andrew, Dental Trainee Rita Stewart and Dental Hygienist Deanna Alexander have volunteered their services. The clinic primarily treats adults in need of filling and/or extraction. Oral surgeries and partial or full dentures are referred to St. John's Oral Surgery and Dental Clinic, University of Detroit Mercy Dental School or other dental labs. During our very first month — May, we had over a hundred patients sign up, of which only about 40 could be treated!!

To fill this huge need and to expand the range of services, we are looking for Volunteer Dental Assistants so that more of these hurting poor could be treated without an extensive wait.

For more information contact: Pat Adamcik, at (313) 393-2931 or padamcik@svdpdet.org


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Global trends in dental imaging: The rise of digital
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The rapid emergence of digital technology for capturing intraoral X-ray images is a global trend and is driving growth in the overall dental imaging market. This trend is dramatically different across regions, particularly the United States and Europe. The United States is undergoing a rapid adoption of digital technology, although the majority of dental practices still use analog film. More

Benefits of green tea for your teeth
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Green tea is made using Camellia Sinensis leaves. People in the Asian continent have been consuming green tea for more than 4000 years. It has been part of their culture. Chinese were the first to use green tea. Chinese, Koreans and Japanese have believed in green tea's medicinal value from a long time. Now this wonderful beverage is popular all over the world. It is a well know fact that green tea promotes general health by preventing cancer, reducing weight and by keeping the heart healthy. More

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Novel cause for genetic tooth decay
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Researchers implicate a novel peptide in impaired dentin mineralization in rickets. They report their data in the August 2010 issue of the American Journal of Pathology. Rickets, the softening of bones in children, is often caused by vitamin D deficiency due to severe malnutrition. Rickets is one of the most frequent childhood diseases in developing countries and is associated with severe bone deformities, including dental ailments due to impaired dentin mineralization. More

Is IV sedation dentistry, intravenous sedation, safe?
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An important part of a normal and complete lifestyle is good dental health and routine dental visits are necessary in order to maintain healthy gums and teeth. However, it is unfortunate that many people are troubled with anxiety and fear as far as going to the dentist is concerned and might therefore avoid scheduling appointments for months or even years. More
   

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