This Month’s Features
An examination of three tooth replacement options for a single incisor.
A review of established treatment modalities for the pediatric-endodontic patient, and the current literature on new guidance.
Dental teams must adhere to evidence-based guidelines to ensure the dental operatory is safe for patients and practitioners.
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.
Acknowledging the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on general and mental health among vulnerable groups is key to providing effective oral healthcare.
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.
To borrow a phrase used by the Queen of England in 1992, last year was an annus horribilis for our patients and our practice.
At a Glance
As the number of COVID-19-related deaths drops across the United States and Americans begin to return to some state of normalcy, the effects of the pandemic will continue to be felt as dental practices navigate the financial challenges associated with the outbreak.
Newsline + Industry Info
In a joint effort to transform the future of oral healthcare, the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have founded the Center for Innovation and Precision Dentistry.
Committed to advancing healthy oral hygiene habits, Procter & Gamble’s oral care brands Crest and Oral-B are focused on improving access to dental care and oral health products and education to help ensure better healthcare outcomes.
Research from the University of Birmingham School of Dentistry in the United Kingdom suggests a causal effect between periodontal inflammation and kidney function.
Podcast Hosted by Art Wiederman, CPA.
In an effort to understand how the virus spreads so efficiently, researchers with the National Institutes of Health’s Fogarty International Center in Bethesda, Maryland, studied the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 in China’s Hunan Province.
A study out of the University of Washington School of Dentistry suggests patients who experience gingival bleeding may have a vitamin C deficiency.