This Month’s Features
An overview of clinical vital pulp therapy changes pertaining to pulpotomies and pulp capping.
An effective infection control policy for dental technologies will ensure patient and practitioner safety during the provision of care.
An examination of the significance of alveolar ridge and socket preservation in implant therapy.
An examination of predisposing factors, differential diagnosis and therapies for dentin hypersensitivity.
Reflecting the latest scientific insights, the newly updated periodontal disease classification system includes the inaugural classifications for peri-implant conditions.
By understanding the risk factors, oral health professionals can prescribe appropriate preventive strategies for managing early childhood caries.
An exploration of a novel antimicrobial in the management of peri-implantitis.
This is a continuation of my September Editor’s Note comments about the new classifications for periodontal and peri-implant diseases issued by the American Academy of Periodontology and European Federation of Periodontology.
At a Glance
Although the percentage of female dentists has been growing, dentistry remains primarily a male profession.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Dental impression system offers reliable results.
Implant offers esthetics, high primary stability and enhanced osseointegration.
Advanced Paste-to-Paste RMGI Cement delivers superior bond strength.
Results from a clinical trial led by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the Fourth Military Medicine University in Xi’an, China, highlight the potential of stem cells from deciduous teeth to regrow living tissue in teeth damaged by trauma.
Clinicians now have a new and globally consistent approach to diagnosing and managing peri-implant diseases and periodontal conditions, thanks to an update of the 1999 classification system.
Henry Schein One, based in American Fork, Utah, launched TechCentral’s all-in-one network infrastructure solution, OmniCore, during the California Dental Association meeting in San Francisco.