This Month’s Features
A discussion of clinical considerations for maintaining implant supported hybrid prostheses and managing potential complications.
Thanks to advances in technology and materials, oral health professionals now have more esthetically driven treatment options for patients who present with tetracycline-induced tooth discoloration.
As this case report demonstrates, certain clinical indications suggest the use of a cantilever fixed partial denture.
The use of teledentistry has the potential to enhance access to care while improving outcomes and reducing costs.
This case report of two mini implants used to replace a single mandibular first molar illustrates possible reasons for failure when used in posterior applications.
Adopting a multidisciplinary approach when caring for patients with ankyloglossia has the potential to improve function and quality of life throughout the lifespan.
In light of expanding globalization and drug resistance, the resurgence of tuberculosis in some regions increases the possibility of infected individuals presenting for dental care — thus the need to recognize the disease’s oral manifestations.
As to the pandemic’s impact on oral and systemic health, clearly, patients must take responsibility for their own care.
At a Glance
As the use of single-shade composites continues to grow, clinicians are discovering the appeal of restorative materials that don’t require offices to stock multiple composite shades.
Newsline + Industry Info
A new enzyme treatment developed by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) School of Dental Medicine may help keep dental caries at bay.
The American Association of Endodontists (AAE) has released a position statement on vital pulp therapy that addresses diagnostic considerations, selection and placement of biomaterials, and restoration.
Two studies suggest immunity to the SARS-CoV-2 virus may last at least a year for fully vaccinated individuals who have previously recovered from the virus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has adopted a resolution that elevates oral health to a global health priority and calls for member states to integrate oral health within national policies.
Research from the National Institutes of Health confirms that a large number of antibodies are released following infection with SARS-CoV-2.
Podcast Hosted by Art Wiederman, CPA.