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  Johns Creek, GA (PRWEB) November 20, 2014   Dental patients with receding gums in Johns Creek, GA who are looking for an experienced and reputable general dentist are invited to schedule an appointment with Dr. Randolph S. Moore's office. Dr. Moore is one of the few dental professionals qualified to utilize the Pinhole Surgical Technique (PST™) as a treatment method for gum recession. This treatment option is significantly less invasive than other types of treatments and reduces the chances of bleeding, infection, and other complications that sometimes accompany traditional gum grafting procedures for gum recession.           Gum recession is a very common problem that can lead to increased tooth sensitivity and decreased confidence. Individuals who have receding gums are often plagued with feelings of embarrassment when they smile and are more likely to avoid showing their teeth whenever possible. Gum recession can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor dental hygiene, genetic predisposition, aggressive tooth brushing, gum disease, changes in hormones, tooth misalignment, and teeth grinding. Regardless of the cause, gum recession should be treated by a general dentist near Johns Creek, GA before more concerning complications develop, including the loss of one or more teeth.     Johns Creek, GA residents who receive PST™ for their gum recession symptoms can expect to have their condition treated in a single visit instead of being spread across several different appointments, as is often the case with gum grafting treatments.

  Wellesley, Mass. (PRWEB) November 21, 2014   BCC Research (http://www.bccresearch.com) reveals in its new report, Global Dental Markets: Furniture, Equipment, Materials and Supplies, the global market for these dental markets is expected to grow to $55 billion by 2019, with a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.9%. Driven by newer technologies, dental equipment is the fastest growing segment of the industry, increasing at a CAGR of 4%.

  New York, NY (PRWEB) November 20, 2014       Herald Square Dental is excited to announce the launch of their new cosmetic website. Visit Herald Square Dental's brand-new website at http://www.heraldsquaredental.com and discover a limited time special offer as well as a variety of other great new features.             The new cosmetic website has a responsive design, which provides an optimal viewing experience on both mobile devices and desktop computers. Patients can now take Herald Square Dental with them wherever they go!       The site also has more unique and engaging content than ever before. There are new doctor and team member biographies, smile gallery photos, patient testimonials and more. Visitors also have the option to request an appointment right on the site.     Visit Herald Square Dental's new cosmetic website to view the latest information on the most common treatment procedures and learn more about various treatment options available. The site offers valuable information for a variety of treatments to educate all patients.     For more information and to see all the new and improved changes, visit http://www.heraldsquaredental.com.       About the Company:     Herald Square Dental and The Denture Center is a full-service dental office offering all phases of general dentistry.

  Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2014   CDT PLUS! 2015 represents the ultimate coding reference for the dental practice. It includes everything needed to process dental insurance claims. View sample pages.       Procedure Coding with CDT         CDT 2015 codes are mandatory for reporting dental procedures and services provided from January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014. Dental professionals must use HIPAA mandated CDT codes to report procedures and services on dental claims. There are significant changes in the CDT coding system for 2015; including new codes, revised codes and deleted codes. Accurate CDT coding puts the practice in control of the reimbursement process and reduces audit liability.             Diagnostic Coding for Dental Services is Coming         Dental professionals need to prepare for the requirement of diagnostic coding for dental services. Diagnostic coding is already used in many university and large private dental practices that use Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Electronic Dental Records (EDR) systems.             The new 2012 ADA Dental Claim Form includes fields to record diagnosis codes. While designed for ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM codes, there are other diagnosis coding systems under consideration; including SNODENT and the new Dental Diagnostic System (DDS). CDT PLUS! 2015 includes a comprehensive introduction to all of the existing and potential diagnostic coding systems.           CDT PLUS! 2015 includes:         * All official CDT 2015 codes and descriptions along with coding notes and coverage information.    

  Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) November 20, 2014     America's ToothFairy: National Children's Oral Health Foundation invites the general public to participate in the ToothFairy Ball Online Auction running now through November 24 to raise funds for the expansion of oral health services to at-risk children across the country.           The general public is invited to bid on sporting events, fine dining and other luxury items including:           World-class dinner and fine wines for six at the exclusive Press Restaurant and award-winning Alpha Omega Winery in Napa Valley         Luxury Suite for 12 at Washington Capitals vs. Detroit Red Wings NHL Game at Verizon Center in Washington DC     Limited production Alpha Omega 3L 2011 ERA Cabernet Sauvignon signed by winemaker           2 Champions Club Hospitality Badges to the 2015 US Women's Open Golf Tournament at Lancaster Country Club in Lancaster, Pennsylvania   Collection of fine California white wines   Cube 3D Printer, allowing you to print your creations in 3D       4 "On the Glass" Tickets to Minnesota Wild NHL game     Dinner for six at CityZen, recognized as one of the hottest restaurants in the world, located in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington DC         Photo and football autographed by Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon           And more!

  Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) November 21, 2014   Princeview Dental (http://www.PrinceviewDental.com), one of Etobicoke's premier dental clinics, is advising on the dangers of tongue piercings in relation to healthy oral care.       Piercing any part of the body has become normal and accepted behaviour in our society. And though they all come with their own risks, some more than others, tongue piercings can be particularly problematic if not done properly and cared for consistently, according to the experts at Princeview Dental.         "In some cases, it doesn't even matter if you've done everything right," says Dr. Janice Mummery, founder of Princeview Dental. "Swelling, infections, loss of taste: all of these things can occur without warning, even if you've taken all the proper precautions."           Dr. Mummery explains that patients who have experienced these reactions have had to undergo emergency dental services, and many more problems can potentially occur in the future.     "Aside from relatively minor side effects, like excess drooling or mild irritation, people with tongue piercings can have nerve damage and periodontal disease and are more susceptible to oral cancer," she adds. "That in itself is a huge risk, and one that needs to be explained before the decision is made to pierce a tongue."     According to Dr. Mummery, cases of individuals swallowing their tongue ring are not uncommon, nor are instances of chipped teeth caused by jewellery in the mouth. These cases have led to emergency dental services such as root canals and extractions.

  Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2014   Porcelain veneer dentist, Dr. Kevin Sands, is now creating picture-perfect smiles for patients in preparation for the coming holiday season. Veneers, ultra-thin shells that are bonded to the fronts of teeth, look completely natural, and can be used to permanently conceal cosmetic flaws. In certain situations, veneers are also valued for their ability to strengthen teeth. Veneers are an option for most patients and can be used on one or several teeth to rejuvenate appearance. Check there dental veneers before and after pictures to see some of the results that can be achieved with this treatment.       Veneers are beneficial in several ways and are highly durable for lasting results. Here is a closer look at the advantages of veneers:             * Veneers are tinted to match the color of real teeth, preserving a natural appearance once placed. Translucence supports the lifelike look of veneers.         * When veneers are bonded to teeth, they add reinforcement. This can be particularly valuable for teeth that are cracked or broken.     * Veneers can be a faster and more convenient alternative to crowns for cosmetic improvement of damaged teeth.

Local dentist receives biology alumni award

Rachel Droze, Staff Writer
November 22, 2014
Filed under Breaking News, Community, News

On Oct. 21 the Francis Marion University biology department honored Dr. Joe L. Griffin with the Lawrence Swails Award.

Dr. Randolph S. Moore Expands Practice, Offers Johns Creek, GA Residents a Minimally Invasive Receding Gums Treatment.

SIU School of Dental Medicine's Hawkins Receives National Student Research Award

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville issued the following news release:

Alexandria Hawkins, a fourth-year student in the Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine (SIU SDM), is one of four students nationally recognized for outstanding oral and visual presentations in the category of basic science research.

Orthodontic conference from Friday

The 49th Indian Orthodontic Conference will get underway in the city on Friday . The three-day meet will see more than 1,500 orthodontists converging in Kolkata for the first time.

Global Dental Market to Reach $55 Billion in 2019; Technology Driving Dental Equipment Growth.

Herald Square Dental Launches New Cosmetic Website; Website overview

Civilian Dental Hygienist - Colchester Garrison - Band 5, - Ref:1425616

The Civil Service Recruitment Team, UK Government has issued the following news release:

Department
Ministry of Defence

Business Area
Army

Business Area - detailed
Defence Dental Services

Number of Jobs Available
1

Location: Region
East of England

Location: City/Town
Colchester

Location: Building/Site
Dental Centre Colchester

Grade
Other

Equivalent Departmental Grade
Dental Hygienist

Type of Role
Health Professionals
Medical

Job Description
A qualified and registered dental hygienist is required to work at Colchester Garrison Dental Centre (and other regional Dental Centres if required) to provide routine hygiene treatment to the patient population in the Garrison. The post holder will be required to: undertake clinical and administrative tasks; be responsible for cross-infection control and decontamination and sterilisation processes within the dental surgery; compile electronic dental records; maintain confidentiality of patients and to support other team members; undertake training in accordance with DDS policy; maintain registration with the GDC.

Actual salary is experience-based. Applicants will be informed of the actual salary following successful interview and job acceptance.

Free dental check-ups offered to visiting African choir

A DENTAL practice team in North Yorkshire have offered free check-ups to members of an African choir during their annual visits to the UK.

PMIC Announces CDT PLUS! 2015, the Ultimate Coding Reference for Dentists and Oral Surgeons.CM Dental Services of America Inc.

Online Auction of Fine Wines, Dining, Sporting Events, and More to Benefit At-Risk Children.ID Online auction

Arizona: Massachusetts Dentist Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion

Department of Justice has issued the following news release:

A Douglas, Massachusetts, dentist pleaded guilty to tax evasion in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, announced the Department of Justice.

Indira Gandhi Dental College organizes dental check up camp

Jammu, Nov. 22 -- Indira Gandhi Govt Dental College today organized a Dental Check- up and screening camp here at Tiny Tots School, Sainik Colony. According to press release, DrIqbal Singh Lecturer and In-charge head, Department of Public Health Dentistry, led the team. Talking to the student about caries while DrKanika told the students about various preventive measures to be taken for oro-dental hygiene. Dr Rajwinder Kour spoke to the students about Peri-dontal diseases. Dr Jehangir highlighted the role of fluorides in toothpastes. Followed by the talk all the students of the school has examined and advised follow up treatment where it was deemed necessary. During the camp students of Handa College has examined. Other doctors who accompanied the team included DrMohdTabassum, Dr Rakesh, Dr Ravindra Singh, Dr Nandini Singh, Dr Firdausa Navi and Ajit Sharma (Dental Hygienist). .

Unrealistic rules make it hard for dentists to work with AHCCCS

Without question, there is tremendous need to provide dental care for those who cannot afford it in Tucson and its surrounding communities. This is an issue that requires attention as the well- presented article by the Star's Stephanie Innes on Nov. 2 shows.

Rudolph's pal 'Hermey the Elf' gets his dentist's degree after 50 years

This is the 50th anniversary of the Christmas TV special "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," and to honor the classic program narrated by the late Burl Ives, the nation's dentists have given Hermey the Elf a dental degree.

California: AB-1174 Dental professionals.

Office of the Senate, The State of California has issued the following news release:

AB 1174, as amended, Bocanegra. Dental professionals.
(1) Under existing law, the Dental Practice Act, the Dental Board of California licenses and regulates dentists. Existing law creates, within the jurisdiction of the board, a Dental Assisting Council that is responsible for the regulation of dental assistants, registered dental assistants, and registered dental assistants in extended functions and a Dental Hygiene Committee of California, that is responsible for the regulation of registered dental hygienists, registered dental hygienists in alternative practice, and registered dental hygienists in extended functions. Existing law governs the scope of practice for those professionals, and authorizes a dentist to require or permit one of those professionals, referred to as a dental auxiliary, to perform specified duties, including exposing emergency radiographs upon the direction of the dentist, prior to the dentist examining the patient.

Civilian Dental Practitioner (Catterick), - Ref:1429530

The Civil Service Recruitment Team, UK Government has issued the following news release:

Department
Ministry of Defence

Business Area
Joint Forces Command

Business Area - detailed
Surgeon General's Department - DPHC(Dent)

Number of Jobs Available
1

Location: Region
North East
Yorkshire and the Humber

Location: City/Town
Catterick Garrison

Location: Building/Site
Dental Centre Scotton Road

Grade
Other

Equivalent Departmental Grade
Civilian Dental Practitioner

Type of Role
Health Professionals

Job Description
CIVILIAN DENTAL PRACTITIONER

The Defence Dental Services (DDS) is seeking an enthusiastic, motivated dental practitioner to work within the Ministry of Defence.

Getting to know: Malcolm Phipps

We have 14 questions and we want answers!

What is your favourite food?

Chicken and mushroom Dhansak

What's the most played song on your iPod?

Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)

Princeview Dental, One of Etobicoke's Trusted Dental Clinics, Advises on Dangers of Tongue Piercing.

California: AB-1758 Healing arts: initial license fees: proration

Office of the Senate, The State of California has issued the following news release:

AB 1758, as amended, Patterson. Healing arts: initial license fees: proration.
Existing law provides for the regulation and licensure of various professions and vocations. Existing law requires that licenses issued to certain licensees, including, among others, architects, acupuncturists, dental hygienists, dentists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, physicians and surgeons, psychologists, and veterinarians, expire at 12 a.m. on either the last day of the birth month of the licensee or at 12 a.m. of the legal birth date of the licensee during the 2nd year of a 2-year term if not renewed.

Advanced Endodontics, Inc: The restorative digital dentistry puzzle: Including all of the necessary pieces - Dental Economics 21 November 2014

Competition Leads Five Penn Students to Successful Social Entrepreneurship

The University of Pennsylvania issued the following news release:

A year ago, what started as a "crazy idea" among five University of Pennsylvania students in the off-campus apartment of senior Josh Tycko has turned into a budding social entrepreneurial business that is changing lives - theirs and those of thousands of children in India.

At the time, group members Eric Kauderer Abrams, a mathematics major from Englewood, N.J., and Thoba Grenville-Grey a philosophy, politics and economics major from Cape Town, South Africa, were about to graduate. Tycko was approaching his final semester, and Spencer Penn was completing his undergraduate degree at Wharton and was about to start his final year in Engineering's robotics master's program. Along with Morgan Snyder, then a sophomore, the group had often talked about their wish to take what they'd learned at Penn, harness collective expertise across the University and design a scalable social enterprise that could, says Tycko, "do something good, something that mattered." And all were thinking "What next?"

"What," became the Hult Prize. Tycko, a biological and mathematics major in the School of Arts & Sciences from Demarest, N.J., had learned about the prize through another friend.

Federal Contracts Awarded by Federal Agencies in Pennsylvania (Nov. 22)

WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 -- The following federal contracts were announced by federal agencies based in Pennsylvania.

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MILITARY $15 Million Federal Contract Awarded to Patterson Dental

WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 -- Patterson Dental, St. Paul, Minnesota, won a $15 million federal contract from the Defense Logistics Agency's Defense Supply Center, Philadelphia, for dental supplies and equipment.

Contacts: Christina Izzi, 215/737-8740, christina.izzi@dla.mil; or Barbara A. Mozzachio, 215/737-7729, barbara.mozzachio@dla.mil MIL5FCA5. Class65; NAICS339; NAICS339114.

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Los Angeles Porcelain Veneers Dentist, Dr. Kevin Sands, Now Creates Picture-Perfect Smiles for Patients for the Holiday Season.

California: AB-1962 Dental plans: medical loss ratios: reports

Office of the Senate, The State of California has issued the following news release:

AB 1962, as amended, Skinner. Dental plans: medical loss ratios: rebates. reports.
Existing law, the Knox-Keene Health Care Service Plan Act of 1975, provides for the licensure and regulation of health care service plans by the Department of Managed Health Care and makes a willful violation of the act a crime. Existing law also provides for the regulation of health insurers by the Department of Insurance. Existing law requires a health care service plan or health insurer to comply with specified minimum medical loss ratios and requires a plan or insurer to provide an annual rebate to enrollees and insureds if the ratio of the amount of premium revenue expended by the plan or insurer on specified costs to the total amount of premium revenue is less than a certain percentage. Existing law specifies that these requirements do not apply to specialized health care service plan contracts or specialized health insurance policies.

Oregon: DAS Procurement Services, The state of Oregon has Issues Solicitation for "MMCAP Dental Products and Services"

DAS Procurement Services, The state of Oregon has issued requirement for "MMCAP Dental Products and Services"

Reference No.: DASPS-2296-14

Solicitation Type: RFP

Description: NOTE: This Solicitation is already closed. This is the State of Oregon's requirement of
it's intent to participate in the MMCAP Awards Dental Product and Services Contracts.


The Minnesota Multistate Contracting Alliance for Pharmacy (MMCAP) is requesting proposals
to establish one or more contracts that will comprise a comprehensive dental products and
services program ( "Program") for its nationwide entire membership and for the State of
Minnesota and its Cooperative Purchasing Venture (CPV). Responders may subcontract or
form joint ventures/teaming arrangements in order to ensure all the necessary products and
services are available and provided as long as those arrangements comply with the
requirements of this RFP and the resulting contract(s). The resulting contract(s) will be
for a term of up to two years with the possibility of up to three additional one-year
extensions. Responders may choose to provide either:

 
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