This Month’s Features
Preprocedural rinsing with antimicrobial mouthrinse may help support safe care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This denture duplication technique can simplify in-house fabrication of dental implant surgical guides.
This common parafunctional behavior may have long-term consequences on the central nervous system.
This case study of a patient with cleft lip and palate demonstrates a simple method to provide anterior esthetics and maxillomandibular fixation while healing after orthognathic surgery.
Early detection of thyroid nodules is critical in differentiating between malignant and nonmalignant lesions in order to implement appropriate management strategies.
Infants who are exclusively breastfed are subject to vitamin D deficiency, which may affect enamel development an caries risk. Early interventions, including vitamin D supplements, may promote positive oral health outcomes.
The following case report illustrates the diagnosis and management of facial paralysis caused by Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Leveraging a dental hygienist’s advanced skill set can improve efficiency and productivity in any dental practice.
As of this writing, various vaccines are in production to fight SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19.
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The weekly podcast, “The Art of Dental Finance and Management,” addresses essential topics relevant to practicing clinicians.
In a move heralding the first COVID-19 treatment to receive approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the antiviral drug remdesivir has been approved for treating patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
According to a recent poll from the American Dental Association Health Policy Institute, patients are open to the idea of routine vaccination at the dental office.
Align Technology has announced the opening of its 2021 Research Award Program to support dental research in universities across the globe.
Although cigarette smoking has been on the decline for a decade, two trends have become popular with young adults between the ages of 18 and 25: electronic cigarettes and marijuana.
Researchers from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health suggest patients with periodontal disease may be at greater risk of developing cancer than the general population.