Dentists have an advantage when it comes to oral cancer screenings. We have ample lighting, accessible medical histories and a bird’s-eye view of a supine patient’s mouth.
Chronic diseases not only affect senior dental patients’ overall health, but may also have negative effects on their oral health. A key part of geriatric dentistry is helping elderly patients maintain a healthy mouth when they are coping with a systemic condition.
74% of the general population is affected by dentin hypersensitivity. Many people may think that it’s just a way of life. Luckily, there are ways to avoid and perhaps ease discomfort. Check-out our patient education infographic on dentin hypersensitivity, which is perfect for use in your waiting room or office.
New research from Colgate reveals how little we know about the health of our mouths despite 84% of Europeans claiming to lead a healthy lifestyle. More than nine in 10 say they proactively look after their health (93%) but only 15% of the respondents polled across Europe view the health of their mouth as a priority.
The #ColgateTALKS eConference 2019 brought together distinguished experts from across Europe to discuss how a more effective approach to everyday prevention of oral diseases may be achieved by the adoption of a Whole Mouth Health approach.
Professioneller Dialog in Feierabend-Atmosphäre: GABA setzt auch in diesem Jahr die beliebte
Veranstaltungsreihe für DentalhygienikerInnen „Oral Care & Cocktails“ fort.
Une formation professionnelle associée à une ambiance «After-Work» décontractée.: la fameuse série d’évènements «Oral Care & Cocktails» reprend la route !
Dentin hypersensitivity affects the enjoyment of daily activities and quality of life, and many patients aren’t aware that it is a manageable condition. As dental professionals, we can be at the forefront of patient education and management of dentin hypersensitivity, and make positive changes to the lives of our patients.
Colgate® announces the launch of its next generation Colgate Total® toothpaste designed to proactively protect hard and soft oral tissues – tongue, teeth, cheeks and gums – against the most prevalent oral diseases: gingivitis and caries.