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Dentalife nominated for ADIA Industry Award

 

Dentalife are pleased to have been nominated in the 2021 ADIA Industry awards for our Gudfala Tut Skul Program in Vanuatu.  The program is a collaboration between Medical Sailing Ministries and Dentalife which develop and manufacture the 'unique' products necessary to meet the specific needs of the program. Gudfala Tut means "Healthy Teeth", in the Vanuatu language known as Bislama.  Gudfala Tut Skul (school) is a supervised brushing of teeth program using locally manufactured, coconut oil-based toothpaste.

 

 

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Throughout this SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19 ) period

PRESS RELEASE – APRIL 2020

Throughout this SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19 ) period, Dentalife Australia’s research and developent team have worked to develop products to help reduce the transmission of disease, keeping dental practices, their staff and patients safe.

Australian made disinfectant tested and approved to kill COVID-19 in 2 minutes.

Press Release July 2020

Dentalife Australia, a leading Australian developer and manufacturer of Dental and Infection Control products is announcing its Clinicare Hospital Grade Disinfectant has been reformulated to kill SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19). The new formula has been approved under the Therapeutic Goods Order 104, which allows disinfectants to be listed with claims to kill the SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19) virus.

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The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA)

 

The future of dentistry is at ADX Melbourne. There's exhibitors from industry-leading brands, high-class learning opportunities and networking events to sink your teeth into.

Save the date: 6-8 May 2021   #ADXMelbourne #adxexpo

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RCF are collaborating with Islamabad Medical & Dental College - IMDC

 

RCF are collaborating with Islamabad Medical & Dental College - IMDC on a research project to assess the effectiveness of SDF (Silver diamine fluoride) in treating tooth decay. If the research shows positive results this could be implemented in refugee camps on a long term basis. The application of this treatment is cost effective and costs only 80p child. One of the dentists from the UK Dr Awais Ali  can be seen applying SDF on a child in the Islamic public school in Tatral village in Pakistan.