Understanding plaque formation on restorations is a crucial aspect of effective care.
Treatment for migraines using botulinum toxins shows promise for successful management by dental professionals.
Bryan J. Frantz, DMD, MS, offers perspective on the use of cone beam computed tomography in dental implant treatment, as well as periodontal diagnosis and care.
Periodontal diseases have long been defined as bacterial infections involving dental plaque made of polymicrobial communities. Current knowledge, however, suggests they are complex, multifactorial diseases whose signs and symptoms are…
Implementing proper protocols will help dental teams prevent infection control breaches during sterilization and disinfection procedures — and respond appropriately if a breach occurs.
Seung Kee Choi, DMD, MS, offers perspective on the clinical advantages of utilizing digital designs and manufacturing in restorative care
Inadvertently placing crown margins too close to the bone and impinging on the soft tissues of the biologic width can cause complications, but clinicians can avoid such sequelae with crown lengthening.
Treating a maxillary crown dilaceration often involves multidisciplinary care, including orthodontic, surgical, endodontic and restorative therapies.