This Month’s Features
These clinical strategies will help reveal pathology in its early or advanced stages.
Increasingly common in orthodontic practice, the utilization of this technique can expand the horizons of conventional treatment.
This advanced, three-dimensional imaging technology can aid diagnoses and treatment planning.
An examination of locally delivered antimicrobials/antibiotics as adjunctive treatment for peri-implant disease.
The various pathologies and potential for malignancy make effective diagnosis and treatment of these lesions critical.
The following strategies can be helpful in preventing, diagnosing and treating dentinal hypersensitivity.
An exploration of various treatment scenarios for managing septa during surgical procedures.
These clinical tips will assist dental teams in treating this patient population.
We may have more in common with our distant ancestors than we think.
At a Glance
When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded Medicaid coverage to adults with incomes below 138% of the federal poverty level, 17 states and the District of Columbia included the optional adult dental benefit (beyond emergency services) in their Medicaid coverage.
Products and Services
Fluoride Family Protects Against Dental Caries and Hypersensitivity.
Three-Dimensional Imaging Unit Yields Outstanding Diagnostic Information.
A listing of featured products.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Cyber Division has issued an alert to health care professionals warning of cyber attacks targeting file transfer protocol (FTP) servers to access protected health data and personally identifiable information.
Allan J. Formicola, DDS, dean emeritus of Columbia University College of Dental Medicine (CDM) in New York, was recognized with the William J. Gies Award for his work as an educator.
The onset of sharp and painful response to external stimuli is a common experience for patients, especially those who have undergone periodontal therapy.
The International Association for Dental Research (IADR) and American Association for Dental Research have published a systemic analysis of progress toward the World Dental Federation, World Health Organization and IADR Oral Health Goals to reduce the impact of oral disease by 2020.
Starting in July, Heraeus Kulzer will operate under the name Kulzer.