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28 July 2016

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World Hepatitis Day: Infection increases mouth cancer risk

Today is World Hepatitis Day. It aims to raise awareness about viral hepatitis, which can be transmitted through unsafe injection practices and inadequate sterilization. Hepatitis C is associated with liver cirrhosis and other diseases. For example, a new study has shown that individuals infected with the hepatitis C virus are at a greater risk of developing oral cancer.

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Study: Male coffee drinkers at higher risk of periodontal disease

Although coffee is probably among the most researched foods and extensively discussed in countless publications, studies have not made conclusive findings regarding whether the beverage has an overall positive or negative effect on one's health. A South Korean study has now found significantly higher consumption of coffee among males with periodontitis.

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Limiting the use of amalgam in dentistry is a task that needs a combined effort by various actors in and outside of the health care sector, the organisers of a meeting of 50 senior oral leaders in London have agreed. However, by phasing down the material, the profession will have a rare opportunity for more prevention-focused oral health care in the future, they said.

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"The idea for the Dental Trauma app came to me in a dream"

Be it during sports, at school or caused by a bike accident, when a tooth is knocked out, swift and immediate action is essential in order to save the affected tooth. Aiming to offer easily assessable initial care instructions, Swedish dentist Dr Ulf Glendor developed the Dental Trauma First Aid app. Dental Tribune Online spoke with him about the general lack of knowledge on handling an avulsed tooth correctly and the need to increase awareness of the matter.

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E-paper Read the latest cone beam online

The DTI continuing education magazines, such as cone beam, represent the premium segment of the publisher's portfolio and offer a combination of clinical cases, scientific articles, interviews and product reports. The magazines present the most significant developments in the respective fields and are aimed at both specialists and general practitioners. All magazines are made available online via DTI's innovative e-paper tool. E-paper editions are exact digital copies of the DTI print publications. Readers can search and navigate through the e-paper, as well as download and print pages to read offline. In order to promote wide dissemination to our international readership, access to all e-papers is free.

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