With the arrival of summer, terraces fill up, and ice cream and cold drinks become the most effective remedy to overcome the heat. This feeling can be refreshing for most, but for others, it can be a real ordeal because of tooth hypersensitivity, a problem that affects 1 in every 4 people in Spain.
For most patients, using a quality toothbrush is considered the key to the successful performance of good dental hygiene. However, comprehensive oral care requires the use of chemical components found in toothpastes and mouthwashes, because these help to protect teeth and gums by providing different benefits depending on their composition. In this regard, VITIS offers a wide range of products to satisfy people with multiple needs.
Mechanical cleaning with a toothbrush can effectively clean only 60% of the tooth surface, while the remaining 40% corresponds to the interproximal area. [Leer más]
The European Dental Hygienists Federation (EDHF) and DENTAID have signed a collaboration agreement. This agreement is in line with the company’s dedication to creating new synergies that contribute to the professional development of the role of dental hygienists.
True to DENTAID’s commitment, the shared goal of this accord is to work together to improve human oral health, by fostering the importance of prevention amongst the population.
DENTAID will be present at the 20th International Symposium on Dental Hygiene, to be held on 23-25 June 2016, in Basel, Switzerland. This meeting which is addressed to dental hygienists and organised by the International Federation of Dental Hygienists, offers a scientific programme and expects to gather hygienists from all over the globe.
For more information: http://www.edhf.eu/
A study conducted by the investigators at DENTAID Research Center was recently published in the renowned Clinical Oral Investigations. The research, entitled, “Periodontal pathogens and tetracycline resistance genes in subgingival biofilm of periodontally healthy and diseased Dominican adults” focuses on studying the prevalence of periodontal pathogens and the presence of tetracycline resistance genes in the oral microbiota of periodontal patients. [Leer más]