Oral health professionals can play a vital role in ensuring that patients who present with signs or risk factors for these serious conditions receive an appropriate referral.
This class of therapeutics may provide effective treatment for oral infections, such as caries, periodontal disease, oral mucosal diseases, and oral cancer.
Clinicians can improve ergonomics, visual acuity and diagnostic accuracy with the proper magnification and illumination.
A review of the characteristics, merits and limitations of various fluoride-based therapies and their potential application to improve patient outcomes.
Clinicians and dental office staff should be prepared and equipped to identify and manage perioperative emergencies during moderate sedation.
This case report details the use of endodontic treatment and an endocrown as a solution for treating patients on bisphosphonate therapy.
A case presentation documenting correction of bilateral ectopically erupting maxillary first permanent molars with elastomeric separators and disking.