Acknowledging the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on general and mental health among vulnerable groups is key to providing effective oral healthcare.
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A discussion of using gingival crevicular fluid as a biomarker for assessing the risk and stages of periodontal disease, as well as other oral and systemic conditions.
Useful in various dental procedures, platelet rich fibrin promotes wound healing, guides epithelial cell migration, and can be used as an adjunct for bone and soft tissue regeneration.
This analysis of research into opioid prescribing in dentistry leads to evidence-based recommendations for reducing or eliminating opioid use in dental pain management.
With training and empathy, oral health professionals can provide quality care for adolescent patients with major depressive disorder.
This case report describes the use of a Cvek pulpotomy in a patient with a history of head and neck radiation to help mitigate the risk of osteoradionecrosis of the jaw.
As more patients begin taking biologics, oral health professionals should be knowledgeable about these agents’ indications, adverse reactions, and risk of interactions with other medications.
Learning to identify and manage systemic conditions as part of a multidisciplinary team can improve outcomes in periodontal care.
As part of a comprehensive care team, dental providers play an essential role in preventing and treating the oral health complications of X-linked hypophosphatemia.