This Month’s Features
An exploration of clinical capabilities that impact the integration of modern technologies into daily practice.
Managing caries risk and monitoring developing dentition are key elements of an effective preventive approach to treating young patients.
Placing restorations with this novel technique may help improve marginal fit and adhesion to tooth structure.
Early diagnosis and staging of this rare disease is critical, because lesions often mimic other inflammatory periodontal conditions.
While uncommon, dental providers need to be able to diagnose and treat this potentially fatal complication.
These routine dental radiographs may help clinicians recognize calcified buildups that can signal the need for medical referral.
Early detection and proper management of periodontal disease can help patients maintain their natural dentition.
An op-ed appearing in The Wall Street Journal, “The Challenge of Our Disruptive Era,” written by Ben Sasse, a Republican senator from Nebraska, suggests the state of the U.S. economy should be taken in a historical context.
At a Glance
Although dental service organizations (DSOs) represent less than 10% of U.S. practices, this category is growing rapidly.
Products and Services
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Time-Optimized Impression Material Delivers Precise Clinical Detail.
Buffered Anesthetic Offers Rapid, Predictable and Profound Pain Management.
Health professionals, health-related organizations and government agencies all have a role to play in solving the opioid epidemic that affects millions of Americans.
Straumann continues to build on a partnership that was formed earlier this year with its purchase of a 35% noncontrolling stake in Rapid Shape, a three-dimensional (3D) technology firm.
Developed in a partnership between the Academy for Academic Leadership and Colgate-Palmolive, a faculty training program entitled “Foundations of Conducting Clinical Research” is tailored to educators interested in beginning a career in research.
Delta Dental of Pennsylvania and its affiliates have awarded a $650,000 grant to expand Penn Dental Medicine’s community outreach efforts.