This Month’s Features
Seung Kee Choi, DMD, MS, offers a prosthodontist’s perspective on the clinical choice between using screw- or cement-retained implant prostheses.
Use of silver diamine fluoride and the atraumatic restorative technique can help minimize aerosols during dental procedures.
A review of the clinical use and advantages of new materials for pulpotomies in deciduous teeth.
A discussion of the synergistic effects of shared decision making when managing periodontally involved furcations.
By recognizing the symptoms of this neuropathic pain disorder, oral health professionals can adapt care to avoid triggering reactions in patients with trigeminal neuralgia.
Readily identifying situations in which short dental implants are appropriate will set realistic clinical expectations and improve long-term surgical and prosthetic outcomes.
This overview of Down syndrome, or trisomy 21, will assist oral health professionals when caring for this patient population.
Within a few months of isolating the original COVID-19 virus, several successful vaccines had been developed that were granted emergency use authorization for distribution in the United States.
At a Glance
As more people look to straighten their teeth, the use of clear aligners has led to rising interest among patients and practitioners — with the end result that more offices are adding this esthetic therapeutic option.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Podcast Hosted by Art Wiederman, CPA.
Compared to other risk factors, periodontal disease and poor oral hygiene may be more accurate predictors of the severity of COVID-19 symptoms a patient experiences, a new study has found.
A study published in Nature Medicine demonstrates that saliva may play a role in spreading SARS-CoV-2 throughout the body and from person to person.
A report from the American Dental Association’s Health Policy Institute indicates the supply of dentists in the United States is expected to increase through 2040.
Renowned forensic dentist, Mary Bush, DDS, associate dean for student, community and professional initiatives, and an associate professor of restorative dentistry at the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, is the first woman to receive the Reidar F. Sognnaes Award of Excellence in Forensic Odontology.
As adults live longer, demand for dental implants continues to grow. However, researchers at Kyoto University and the University of Fuki in Japan may be closer to finding a way to help adults continue to function with natural dentition.
High Point University (HPU) plans to open a new School of Dental Medicine and Oral Health, which will make it the third — and only private — dental school in North Carolina.