More than a hundred dentists and vendors converged at the Dallas Omni Hotel March 9-10 for the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry’s annual conference. And, it was a resounding success. Turnout for the live event exceeded expectations as dental professionals came to discuss and glean new ideas and concepts from experts in the field of Biomimetic…

Fillings could soon be a thing of the past as a new study reveals an Alzheimer’s drug can enhance the tooth’s natural ability to repair itself. The treatment works by using a drug called Tideglusib to encourage the tooth’s own cells to rebuild and repair cavities that extend from the surface to the root. This…

  Members of our growing biomimetic dentistry community are committed to minimally invasive dentistry and techniques that preserve as much as the natural tooth as possible. One of the  most commonly used techniques that adheres to our standard of dentistry is called Air Abrasion. Air abrasion is a drill-free technique that removes small areas of…