This Month’s Features
Seung Kee Choi, DMD, MS, offers perspective on the clinical advantages of utilizing digital designs and manufacturing in restorative care
Inadvertently placing crown margins too close to the bone and impinging on the soft tissues of the biologic width can cause complications, but clinicians can avoid such sequelae with crown lengthening.
Yaara Berdan, DDS, provides insights into advances in endodontic therapy and today’s thinking about the armamentarium available for root canal treatment.
Implementing proper protocols will help dental teams prevent infection control breaches during sterilization and disinfection procedures — and respond appropriately if a breach occurs.
This clinical report presents the use of a diode laser for a gingivectomy procedure in a case of excess gingival clinical crown coverage due to altered passive eruption.
If diagnosed in its early stages, erosive tooth wear can be managed with preventive strategies and minimally invasive treatment modalities.
A clinical report examining restoration with a removable partial denture with an esthetic cast circumferential clasp on maxillary premolar teeth.
Successful outcomes in endodontic therapy depend on sound technique that follows recommended protocols for asepsis and safety.
Careful planning and placement, followed by proper maintenance, can help providers and patients avoid implant complications.
We all deal with pain, that of our patients, our loved ones and our own.
At a Glance
A new study has made headlines by illuminating the large difference in opioid prescribing patterns among U.S. dentists and their British counterparts.
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A listing of featured products.
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A collaboration of engineers, dentists and biologists from the University of Pennsylvania has developed an army of tiny robots that can access hard-to-reach areas of the oral cavity to remove plaque and biofilm.
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) researchers have developed a new dental adhesive and composite that, when combined, deliver longer-lasting dental restorations.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is clarifying its guideline on opioid prescribing to address the findings of a multidisciplinary panel that determined health care professionals and policymakers have been misapplying the guideline.
A team of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers has developed a new class of membranes that not only promotes gingival tissue, but also stimulates bone regeneration.
Several Medicare for All proposals set to go before Congress aim to integrate dental care into comprehensive health care.
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