This Month’s Features
This clinical report describes the use of a cast post-and-core to maintain functional restoration of an implant with internal thread damage.
A literature review discussing potential clinical factors contributing to postoperative sensitivity after placing adhesive restorations.
Advances within the 2018 American Academy of Periodontology/European Federation of Periodontology classification system will help clinicians formulate effective treatment plans for periodontal care.
Proper prevention, treatment and maintenance are integral to achieving positive outcomes for patients with gingival recession.
Personalized dental medicine helps improve outcomes while also reducing the cost of care.
An examination of risk factors, modes of transmission, and prevention and management strategies for these common viral infections.
When dental three-dimensional (3D) printing is mentioned, most dentists think of crowns, habit devices, surgical guides and such — and, in fact, this technology has led to remarkable changes in oral healthcare delivery.
At a Glance
While many dental offices reported rising interest in tooth whitening well before the onset of COVID-19, the pandemic may be driving additional demand — and in unexpected ways.
Products and Services
Exploring five myths about chlorhexidine demonstrates that OraCare rinse offers a more effective clinical alternative.
Adopting intraoral scanning technology increases treatment efficiency and helps improve clinical outcomes.
As this case illustrates, the utilization of photography and a diagnostic wax-up supports successful outcomes when placing porcelain veneers.
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Podcast Hosted by Art Wiederman, CPA.
In research with implications for treating a range of inflammatory conditions, an international team led by University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) School of Dental Medicine investigators has demonstrated how innate immune memory response can increase susceptibility to disorders ranging from periodontitis to cardiovascular disease.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a caries detection system based on artificial intelligence (AI).
While older Americans have long faced barriers to care, it’s no surprise that lockdowns and restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated medical and dental conditions experienced by this patient population.
Investigators at the Scripps Research Institute and National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research have found a new type of cell that is integral to salivary gland health.
With head and neck cancer rates rising, the American Dental Association (ADA) reminds oral health professionals that two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, regular dental visits are more important than ever.
The University of the Pacific’s Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry has launched the Center for Innovation and Translation to drive new clinical research partnerships supporting oral and overall health in the United States and beyond.