This Month’s Features
This impression technique utilizes custom trays for fabricating a maxillary obturator.
Advances in imaging technology and biomaterials help support successful endodontic outcomes.
A literature review and report examining the use of oral adhering discs for patients experiencing xerostomia.
The following strategies will help oral health professionals prevent infection control breaches — such as needlestick injuries — and manage postexposure events.
Understanding the etiology of dentinal hypersensitivity can help practitioners implement patient-specific preventive and therapeutic measures.
These clinical strategies will help in the prevention and management of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.
A clinical approach to planning, placement and restoration of implant supported hybrid prostheses.
The ability to properly diagnose desquamative gingivitis will improve outcomes for this patient population.
Kudos to Decisions in Dentistry and especially Executive Editor Kristen Machado for the daily COVID-19 enewsletters that have been a great source of information.
At a Glance
A major issue for dentists in reopening practices after closing to limit the spread of COVID-19 is determining exactly what types of personal protective equipment (PPE) they will need, and in what quantities.
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, CPA.
Preprocedural rinses have recently been recommended to help reduce viral loads in dental aerosols.
Henry A. Gremillion, DDS, MAGD, long-time dean of Louisiana State University Health New Orleans School of Dentistry (LSUSD), has died.
A recent study examining the effects of e-cigarette exposure suggests vaping negatively alters the oral cavity’s microbial ecosystem.
A study led by scientists at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center in Ann Arbor have identified a binding site where drug compounds could stabilize a key braking mechanism in cancer cells.
A study published in eNeuro suggests taking antibiotics with opioids may increase the risk of opioid abuse.