This Month’s Features
Not limited to endodontics, dental dams also offer clinical advantages in restorative dental treatment.
Clinicians have many options when choosing and customizing fixed retention devices in orthodontics.
Digital technologies that allow the in-office design and fabrication of occlusal guards can reduce chairtime and fabrication time, thus improving the patient and provider experience.
Oral health professionals should consider using language that facilitates better management of chronic oral diseases.
A patient-specific maintenance regimen plays a pivotal role in the success of the dental implant process.
An exploration of the advantages of immediate dentures compared to conventional complete denture treatment.
As part of the dental implant process, these restorative strategies will help eliminate complications and peri-implant disease.
With the increasing incidence of measles in the United States, dental professionals should be able to recognize this disease and understand the related oral health considerations.
There is a new type of antibiotic resistance, and it comes from an unexpected source.
At a Glance
Evidence continues to mount that oral health is a key component of overall health, but without access to patients’ medical records, dentists must rely on patients to accurately share their health histories.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Omni-chromatic nano-ORMOCER restorative simplifies shading.
Newsline + Industry Info
Children’s teeth don’t develop along the traditionally accepted timeline, according to a study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine.
The Medicaid|Medicare|CHIP Services Dental Association, a nonprofit that advocates for quality oral health care for Medicaid, Medicare and Children’s Health Insurance Program beneficiaries, has launched a campaign aimed at reducing opioid use for postsurgical dental pain management.
Dental professionals play an important role in identifying oral and oropharyngeal cancer through oral cancer screenings, as early detection significantly improves patient survival rates.