This Month’s Features
Together with risk management and effective communication, establishing goals for the patient will support optimal oral health — especially in children.
Spurred by innovations in technology, rising demand for clear aligners is leading more offices to embrace this esthetic therapeutic option.
This case report demonstrates that a twofold tunneling technique can yield predictable outcomes when treating multiple recession defects.
Human proteome mapping offers a sophisticated and highly individualized tool for predicting, diagnosing and managing oral and systemic diseases.
With more states allowing medical and recreational use, dental teams should be aware of care strategies for patients who use marijuana.
Implementing protective oral measures can help patients being treated for cancers of the head and neck maintain optimal oral health.
Dental professionals should be aware of the etiology and pathogenesis, treatment, and oral health considerations for this pathosis.
Pandemics come and go, but aerosols are forever.
At a Glance
The ability to create crowns and other restorations in-office and reduce dependence on dental laboratories has many dentists considering adding in-office milling to their practice offerings.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
The concept of a restorative and preventive lozenge that rebuilds tooth enamel and whitens teeth may be closer to becoming a reality if clinical trials led by a team of University of Washington (UW) researchers yield positive results.
The American Dental Association (ADA) has added new information to its Update to Office Procedures During COVID-19 to help oral health professionals make informed decisions regarding safe practice during the ongoing pandemic.
A team from the University of Southern California Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry is investigating the use of dental pulp mesenchymal stem cells as a regenerative therapy for cranioplasties.
Clinical data from a study on cryoablation’s effects on small low-risk breast cancer tumors lend further support to the use of this minimally invasive treatment.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, patients with mental health disorders were more likely to have oral health concerns than the general population.
Researchers at New York University (NYU) Rory Meyers College of Nursing have found an apparent connection between tooth loss and cognitive impairment.
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.
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