This Month’s Features
Expanding on a global scale, this threat needs to be urgently addressed across all health care fields.
Effective diagnosis and management of these lesions is vital to helping patients achieve and maintain optimum oral health.
Understanding the subclassifications of this condition — and methods for assessing and documenting changes — is crucial for effective treatment.
Dental professionals should help educate parents and caregivers about the prenatal and postnatal dietary factors associated with early childhood caries.
Adopting a patient-centered approach will help dental professionals improve both oral and systemic health outcomes for patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Clinicians can increase long-term clinical success by incorporating the principles of minimally invasive dentistry into caries risk assessment and restorative treatment.
By understanding the pathogenesis of breath malodor, as well as strategies for its assessment and management, clinicians can effectively address this common condition.
Oral health professionals need to be aware of the symptoms of domestic violence and how to assist victims.
Despite the growth of corporate dentistry, the large majority of U.S. dentists are solo practitioners or engaged in small group practice.
At a Glance
Much like the U.S. economy, when it comes to the subjects of dental spending and number of dental visits, it’s easy to find conflicting reports.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Beyond discussions of student loans and the generational characteristics of millennials, gen-Xers and boomers, the authors on both sides agree that corporate dentistry will play a more prominent role in future care.
In an effort to provide a broader portfolio of laser-based solutions to dental practitioners, Biolase has entered into a development and distribution agreement with IPG Medical, a leader in optical fiber-based lasers.
The West Virginia University (WVU) School of Dentistry has received a 50,000-dollar innovation award to build a state-of-the-art endodontic research lab.
Ameloblasts, or enamel-forming cells, have limited capacity to regenerate.
Federal funding supports the Multidisciplinary and Collaborative Research Consortium to Reduce Oral Health Disparities in Children.