This Month’s Features
Advances in digital technologies allow virtual planning and the fabrication of highly accurate surgical guides that facilitate precise implant positioning.
Because there are no universally accepted guidelines for managing this patient population, clinicians must look to the evidence when formulating a treatment plan.
When formulating a treatment plan, clinicians must understand the etiology of discolored teeth and carefully weigh all clinical options.
Adhering to U.S. Food and Drug Administration guidelines will support patient safety and comfort during dental treatment.
An overview of oral side effects of commonly used drugs, and recommendations for prevention and management of these symptoms.
Identifying high-risk individuals, providing patient-specific education, and embracing interprofessional care can help support pediatric oral health.
Using the patient’s blood to create an L-PRF substrate in surgical sites can stimulate bone and soft tissue formation.
An effective approach to prevention and cessation counseling will help address the growing prevalence of tobacco use among young people.
A recent article in Lancet detailed a possible link between chronic inflammation and lung cancer mortality.
At a Glance
Keeping pathogenic microorganisms from collecting inside dental unit waterlines (DUWLs) can be challenging.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Dentifrice Family Offers Range of Formulas to Meet Individual Patient Needs.
Aligner System Offers Customized Therapy and Flexible Pricing.
Specialized Mouthrinse Products Help Support Optimal Oral Health.
Colgate-Palmolive is partnering with Magnusmode to offer a mobile app that empowers individuals with cognitive special needs, such as autism, to independently manage daily activities, including oral hygiene.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute has awarded $13.3 million to New York University College of Dentistry to study effective and cost-efficient, school-based caries prevention methods.
A study in the Journal of Dental Research suggests there may be a quick and cost-effective salivary test for Zika.
A study published in Hypertension examines the effects of oral microbial communities and nitric oxide (NO) on systemic health.
A pharmaceutical research team at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg in Bavaria, Germany, has designed a chewing gum-based test for assessing inflammation in the oral cavity.
The American Dental Association has released the 11th edition of ‘The Chairside Instructor’ to help dentists educate patients and staff about a variety of oral health conditions.