This Month’s Features
Dental professionals can help improve patients’ oral health by gaining a deeper understanding of what motivates human behavior.
Oral complications among this population can be managed to prevent caries, treat oral fungal infections, and increase comfort.
Iain Chapple, PhD, BDS, FDSRCPS, FDSRCS, CCST (Rest Dent), shares the European Federation of Periodontology’s perspective on ensuring implant success.
An examination of contemporary methods for instrumentation and cleaning during endodontic procedures, and the importance of an effective coronal seal in ensuring successful outcomes.
These strategies will help ensure that vulnerable children receive routine and preventive oral care in dental — rather than medical — settings.
An exploration of the effects of the nonmedical use of this drug on hard and soft oral tissues, as well as suggested clinical interventions.
Although the prevalence and increased severity of caries in Native American children is well documented, the causes — and solutions — are less clear-cut.
Even though dental hygienists have been administering local anesthesia for more than 40 years, there is still no consensus on national education standards or utilization guidelines.
Few of us will be charged by an irate grizzly, but the chances of having an office emergency are very real.
At a Glance
Last year, the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) made headlines with a report projecting that, by 2025, all states will experience a shortage in dentists.
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Newsline + Industry Info
In a major step toward developing a targeted, individualized approach to prevention and treatment, researchers have identified 41 master regulator genes that may cause periodontal disease.
In an effort to ensure antibiotics are used appropriately in outpatient settings, 12 health care organizations, including the American Medical Association, have partnered with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and The Pew Charitable Trusts to issue a joint statement on antibiotic stewardship.
The Dr. Edward B. Shils Entrepreneurial Fund, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting innovative leadership in health care, celebrated people, organizations and programs at its October awards ceremony in Philadelphia.