This Month’s Features
Adopting a minimally invasive approach in managing deep caries lesions will help avoid complications with pulpal involvement.
Along with medicine, dental practices may soon be shifting to a health care model that is managed via provider-based incentives associated with quality metrics.
As a key element of personal protective equipment, gloves provide an important barrier to contact transmission in dental settings.
A review of oral screening and oral cancer risk factors — including the old, the new, and the unusual.
An exploration of why the age 1 visit is a game changer in terms of overall oral health and childhood caries.
Preparation and practice, along with reviewing patients’ medical histories and vital signs, will help dental teams assess risk and appropriately respond to medical emergencies.
An evidence-based asthma action plan will help dental teams support optimal oral health in pediatric patients with asthma.
Not long ago, He Jiankui, PhD, an assistant professor at Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzen, China, made headlines after announcing he had used CRISPR-Cas9 technology for in vivo genetic modification of human embryos.
At a Glance
As more dental practitioners delay retirement beyond age 65, the average age of dentists is going up nationally.
Products and Services
Omnichroma is the first one-shade universal composite that matches every tooth — from A1 to D4 and beyond — with a single composite shade.
In the introductory paragraphs of the “Managing Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the Dental Office” article in December 2018.
Researchers from the University Hospital Frankfurt Goethe University, Nova Southeastern University, University Medical Center, Germany, Universitätsklinikum Düsseldorf, and the Pain Therapy Center in France have released a 15-year retrospective study in the Journal of Oral Implantology evaluating the regenerative properties of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) therapies.
The American Academy of Periodontology has awarded members for outstanding contributions within the academy and specialty.
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md) has introduced S.22, the Medicare Dental Benefit Act of 2019.
The first introduction to opioids for teenagers and young adults is often in the dentist’s office when they are prescribed pain medications following oral surgery.