This Month’s Features
Three-dimensional radiography is a helpful adjunct that supports accurate endodontic diagnosis, case planning and treatment.
An exploration of the pediatric and general dentist’s role in early intervention in malocclusion involving issue with space management or posterior crossbite.
This case report presents a patient for whom interim removable partial dentures replacing maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth were fabricated based on digital intraoral imaging.
As science’s understanding of the role of inflammation evolves, the oral-systemic association between periodontal disease and a broad array of other inflammatory conditions becomes clearer.
An examination of the cost and utilization of alternative payment models for oral health care over a patient’s lifetime.
Understanding the risk and presentations of dental trauma — and performing appropriate first aid — can lead to positive oral health outcomes in this patient population.
While animal-assisted interventions may help calm anxious patients, dental professionals should follow appropriate guidelines to ensure the successful introduction of a therapy dog into practice.
Information in this space is normally drawn from multiple sources; however, after reading Bottle of Lies by Katherine Eban I decided to make an exception.
At a Glance
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics compiles wage data on more than 800 professions, including the dental field.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Decisions in Dentistry is pleased to announce a new podcast hosted by dental industry financial expert Art Wiederman.
Research from the University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine and University of Maryland School of Dentistry indicates patients with deficit schizophrenia have a wider oral palate than individuals with other forms of the disease, as well as those without the disorder.
The American Dental Association (ADA) has released a new guideline that suggests antibiotics are not appropriate for toothaches in most cases.
New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry’s World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center for Quality Improvement and Evidence-Based Dentistry, together with The Lancet, recently hosted an event at the United Nations to bring oral health into the conversation about universal health coverage.