Antibacterial 3D printed tooth

Antibacterial 3D printed tooth

Dentistry is getting even more exciting with the advent of 3D printing and evolving materials. Lost a tooth? A new 3D-printed replacement might protect against future cavities. Published earlier this month by researchers at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, “3D-Printable Antimicrobial Composite Resins” details a tooth made from materials that kill bacteria on contact. Read more …. Photo by...
Dr Henry Chan “Master of Science (MSc.) in Oral Implantology”

Dr Henry Chan “Master of Science (MSc.) in Oral Implantology”

It is official. Dr Henry Chan has successfully completed his Masters program at Goethe University in Frankfurt. After almost three years flying between Perth and Frankfurt, and about 10 other seminars/tutorials/conventions in between, a Master Thesis and countless formal case studies later, Henry has earned himself the title “Master of Science (MSc.) in Oral Implantology”. If you are interested to see what the Masters program involved, follow this link to the university’s website here. Congratulations Henry, there are not many dentists in Australia with this title, so we are lucky to have him here in Perth! Watch out – he’s going to need a bigger business card to contain all his long titles, lucky he has a short...