This Month’s Features
Proper examination and testing will lead to an accurate endodontic diagnosis, allowing clinicians to deliver appropriate treatment.
This new technique aims to improve the effectiveness of sealants by obtaining the cleanest pits and fissures possible.
In restorative dental treatment, the round-rest, distal depression clasp offers an esthetic alternative for patients needing removable partial dentures.
Oral health professionals should remain up-to-date on the coronavirus, and clinical measures to prevent its transmission in the dental setting.
Implementing a risk-based, patient-specific periodontal maintenance program will help support long-term implant success.
Although there are many causes of childhood obesity, oral health professionals can help manage this public health issue by providing screening and education based on individual risk factors.
Oral health professionals should be familiar with shingles symptoms, the varicella vaccine, and the disease’s oral manifestations.
The coronavirus has won the first battle, but not the war.
At a Glance
According to claims data analysis from health insurer Cigna, plan members who did not receive preventive dental care had significantly higher per person costs for services such as emergency visits, endodontic treatment and restorations.
Products and Services
Staffing resources from CEDR HR Solutions.
Newsline + Industry Info
Five junior faculty members have been honored with the Colgate Award for Research Excellence.
Fernando Luis Esteban Florez, DDS, PhD, MS, an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Dentistry, is performing neutron scattering research to study the effectiveness of new dental restoratives.
April is Sjögren Syndrome Awareness Month, which underscores the need for clinicians to be aware of the signs and symptoms of this disease.
Decisions in Dentistry is pleased to announce a new podcast hosted by dental industry financial expert Art Wiederman, CPA.
Younger dental patients may be taking medications that could affect their long-term oral health, according to a study from Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University School of Dentistry.