This Month’s Features
This advanced, computer-assisted technology helps support surgical planning when treating medication-related osteoradionecrosis of the jaw.
An examination of how regulatory trends in dental anesthesia align with professional guidelines and evidence-based care.
A case report of a nonsyndromal adult with multiple supernumerary teeth in all four quadrants, and only three of 10 supernumerary teeth impacted.
Scott H. Froum, DDS, discusses clinical considerations for using dental implants in anterior cases.
The anti-inflammatory, anticariogenic and anticarcinogenic actions of these antioxidants can help fight dental and systemic diseases.
Using medications to treat conditions for other than which they are approved can raise concerns over ineffective treatment, adverse reactions and possible litigation.
As more states legalize some form of cannabis, clinicians need to be knowledgeable about its use, effects on health, and considerations for clinical practice.
A comprehensive visual and tactile examination may help reveal early signs of oral or tonsillar cancer, thus aiding timely diagnosis and treatment.
Does this mean the therapy chosen for a patient's periodontal disease will be decided by popular vote?
At a Glance
As dentistry becomes more evidence-based, it’s hoped that patients will receive similar care for similar conditions, regardless of where they are treated.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Nano-ormocer technology reduces shrinkage and shrinkage stress up to 50%.
Esthetic restorative material ensures optimal outcomes.
Newsline + Industry Info
A study led by researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests bond duration, not bond tightness, may be the central factor that distinguishes antibiotics that kill bacteria from those that halt bacterial growth.
Dental teams seeking answers to questions regarding the U.S. EPA dental amalgam separator rule can refer to a series of FAQs available on the agency’s website.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) has been found to be more prevalent in men than women.
Sonendo, a Laguna Hills, California, company that develops endodontic technologies, has been named a Red Herring Top 100 Global winner.