This Month’s Features
Useful for diagnosis and patient education, this advanced imaging technology may also help improve treatment outcomes.
This surgical procedure will help accelerate tooth movement and significantly decrease orthodontic treatment times.
When placing implant restorations, clinicians must choose between cement- or screw-retained techniques.
This patient population presents with special treatment needs arising from cancer therapies.
By providing education and training resources to caregivers, dental teams can help improve the daily oral hygiene of long term care facility residents.
Dental providers can facilitate early diagnosis by recognizing the oral signs of this gastrointestinal condition.
These clinical insights into sedation and general anesthesia will facilitate the treatment of children who have low tolerance to dental care.
Opioids have become a national health problem. In 2014, more Americans died from drug overdoses than any year on record — in fact, more died from overdoses than from motor vehicle accidents.
At a Glance
The Dental Trade Alliance (DTA) believes it has a way to save the U.S. health care system, government and businesses billions of dollars a year and make Americans healthier.
Products and Services
Key opinion leaders offer valuable perspective on clinical topics that will help raise your level of care.
Affordable aligner system helps correct malocclusion conveniently and discretely.
Next-generation removable attachment system offers practical clinical benefits.
Restorative system aids clinical efficiency and esthetic outcomes.
Flexible payment plans help increase case acceptance for implant treatment.
Innovative products serve labs and dental practices.
Newsline + Industry Info
A three-year extension of the Older Americans Act — signed into law on April 19 by President Barack Obama — will fund oral health screenings and related disease prevention efforts for older adults.
3M Oral Care, which offers a variety of clinical products, such as Filtek, RelyX and Scotchbond, has again been recognized as the Most Innovative Company in the Dental Industry.
Kerr Endodontics has donated 75,000 dollars to the American Association of Endodontists Foundation.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is offering a new resource to help offices implement and maintain the latest protocols for infection prevention in dental practice.