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From left to right: Mark Mellet, head of fundraising for ICS; Carmel O’Brien, HR director for Boots Ireland; Imelda O’Connor, customer assistant for Boots Gorey, County Wexford; Emma Barrett, corporate partnerships manager; Stephen Looney, CSR manager, Boots Ireland

Boots Ireland raises €205,000 for cancer

Boots Ireland has raised €205,000 in aid of the Irish Cancer Society and won Best Corporate Charity Partnership at the Fundraising Ireland Awards. The money will pay for 586 nights of care throughout the country, providing free nursing services for […]

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Laser hope for dentine regeneration

A team of US scientists has discovered how to use wavelengths of light to regenerate broken or damaged teeth. The team used a low-power laser to trigger human dental

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Red wine kills oral bacteria

Red wine could help ward off dental diseases, researchers have discovered. Researchers dipped biofilm models of dental disease-causing bacteria in red wine, alcohol-free red wine, red wine with grape

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Win a trip to New York!

Want to win the trip of a lifetime? Fill out our survey of Irish dental professionals and you could be attending the Greater New York Dental Meeting later

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Entries open for 2015 Irish Dentistry Awards

The 2015 Irish Dentistry Awards are underway – and there's still time to enter before the closing date on 19 September 2014. The judging guidelines have been revamped to

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Colgate invites dentists to learning broadcast

Colgate Professional has invited dental professionals to view a special learning broadcast delivered by Professor David Bartlett, head of prosthodontics at King's College London Dental Institute. Professor Bartlett will

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Stem cell dentistry could mend broken teeth

A team of US scientists have discovered how to use wavelengths of light to regenerate broken or damaged teeth. The team used a low-power laser to trigger human dental

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Irish workers missing out on dental benefits

Irish employees are missing out on dental health benefits, according to research. Findings suggest that 77% of workers do not receive any health-related benefits as part of their employment

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Putting Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief to the test

More than 51,000 participants have already completed the Instant Relief Challenge using Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief toothpaste. Members of the dental team who suffer from dentine hypersensitivity had the opportunity

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Colgate launches

Colgate has launched its new Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection toothpaste plus Sugar Acid Neutraliser Toothpaste. The oral health company describes the paste as ‘ground-breaking', adding that it ‘sets a

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