This Month’s Features
This rare complication involving osteotome use in dental implant procedures can be managed with the Epley maneuver.
Vital pulp cryotherapy represents a new way to reduce inflammation and postoperative pain in endodontic care.
With the use of digital planning and digital workflows, clinicians can help ensure streamlined veneer treatment and predictable outcomes.
Taking basic precautions will help protect dental teams and patients from cross-transmission risks from emerging infectious diseases.
Clinicians can answer patients’ demand for tooth whitening with new office bleaching techniques.
An examination of management techniques and variables that impact clinical decision-making in pediatric dentistry.
These grafting procedures will enhance restorative results in periodontal patients with inadequate keratinized gingiva.
The entire dental team plays an important role in creating a pro-HPV vaccine practice.
There is a rash of data theft. The New York Times detailed one such incident involving the hijacking of systems data and more than 100 years of municipal records from a Florida city.
At a Glance
Earlier this year, the American Dental Association (ADA) Practice Institute held its first conference specifically on battling burnout in dentistry.
Newsline + Industry Info
Research led by investigators at the University of Southern California (USC) may provide clues about the effect of epigenetic regulation on root patterning and development.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry will host a safety symposium on “Hidden Threats and Safe Practices: Steps to Creating a Safe Dental Home,” November 8–9, 2019 in Chicago.
Given demand for esthetic procedures, identifying effective and case-appropriate tooth whitening technologies can help patients achieve their whitest smiles.
Due to increasing demand for logistical support for charitable dental clinics, the America’s Dentists Care Foundation (ADCF) is ramping up its capabilities and launching a new fundraising campaign.