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Live Dallas Event 2018 Hailed a Success

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…

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Tooth Regeneration May Lower Use of Dentist’s Drill For Fillings

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…

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Air Abrasion Eliminates Traditional ‘Drill and Fill’ Dental Method

  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…

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[UPCOMING CLASSES] The Power of Biomimetic Dentistry

National and international lecturer, Dr. Simone Deliperi, is teaming up with Dr. David Alleman to offer a series of talks this spring, summer, and early fall. The lecture series is called:  Power of Biomimetic Dentistry: Maximum Tooth preservation, Function and Aesthetics via Stress-Reduced Restoration April 16-19, 2018, Cagliari, Italy Piazza Unione Sarda 39 Cagliari, Sardinia…

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Hurry! Buy Early Bird Tickets Now for the 2018 Annual Conference

Attention members of the Biomimetic Dentistry community, students, and vendors — tickets for our 2018 Annual Conference in March are ON SALE NOW. The early bird ticket prices EXPIRE on December 31st! That means now is the time when our network members can get tickets at the absolute lowest price. Now, if you have been…

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UCSB Scientists Develop More Durable, Tougher Dental Restoration Composite

UCSB scientists have tapped into an unlikely source to help them develop a more durable dental restoration composite: Mussels. Researchers studied the mechanisms mussels use to adhere to surfaces, and applied that science to a new type of dental composite that will provide an extra layer of durability to treated teeth. The payoff? Longer lasting…

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