The Medicaid|Medicare|CHIP Services Dental Association, a nonprofit that advocates for quality oral health care for Medicaid, Medicare and Children’s Health Insurance Program beneficiaries, has launched a campaign aimed at reducing opioid…
Dental professionals play an important role in identifying oral and oropharyngeal cancer through oral cancer screenings, as early detection significantly improves patient survival rates.
Children’s teeth don’t develop along the traditionally accepted timeline, according to a study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine.
Given demand for esthetic procedures, identifying effective and case-appropriate tooth whitening technologies can help patients achieve their whitest smiles.
Due to increasing demand for logistical support for charitable dental clinics, the America’s Dentists Care Foundation (ADCF) is ramping up its capabilities and launching a new fundraising campaign.
Research led by investigators at the University of Southern California (USC) may provide clues about the effect of epigenetic regulation on root patterning and development.
Dentists write too many antibiotic prescriptions before procedures — 80.9%, to be exact — for patients who do not need them, according to a University of Illinois College of Pharmacy study.
A paper from the University of Adelaide in Australia suggests patients do not perceive root canal therapy as any worse than other dental procedures.
Findings from research led by the Institute of Odontology at Umeå University in Sweden indicate individuals may be predisposed to caries and/or periodontitis if they carry genes associated with these conditions.