As part of our efforts to bring world-class dentistry to the region, we’re proud to announce the launch of a new dental publication called Clinicians Report Asia-Pacific.

Clinicians Report Asia-Pacific was officially launched on 8 April 2016 during the International Dental Exhibition & Meeting (IDEM) show Singapore. The new dental publication is published under license from US-based Clinicians Report by world-renowned dentist Dr Gordon J. Christensen.

Based in Provo, Utah, Clinicians Report is published in multiple languages and has a readership of over 100,000. The publication was founded in 1976 by clinicians who believed practitioners could confirm efficacy and clinical usefulness of new products and avoid both the experimentation on patients and failures.

With this purpose in mind, the publication was developed to test all types of dental products and disseminate impartial information and results to dentist colleagues throughout the world.

Clinicians Report Asia-Pacific will be available to paid subscribers on a quarterly basis – 4 issues per year. The Asia-Pacific edition will be produced entirely in the US, and offers dentists in the region a unique dental publication with very strong clinical foundation and expertise.

Clinicians Report Asia-Pacific is a joint venture between Dental Practice News (DPN) Magazine, Asia Dental Alliance and US-based CR Foundation, publisher of Clinicians Report.

Subscribers will also become members of CR community that includes an international network for dental study clubs and meetings.

The subscription fee for the publication is SGD$280 a year. To subscribe, pls email to:


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