This Month’s Features
Utilizing these materials for socket augmentation can help maintain alveolar ridge width, increase keratinized gingiva and minimize bone remodeling.
The diagnostic quality of any X-ray depends on the quality of the technique used in producing the image.
Selecting the right material for the right situation will help ensure optimal function, longterm performance and esthetics.
This clinical approach can be a useful option for treating deep caries in deciduous molars with vital pulp.
A carefully organized and strategically implemented maintenance program is integral to maintaining the longevity of dental restorations, stability of soft tissue esthetics, and, ultimately, patient satisfaction.
Clinicians must be vigilant in identifying this type of periodontitis so treatment can begin as early as possible in the disease process.
A basic understanding of the oral health challenges faced by this patient population will allow clinicians to provide effective care.
Waiting for a Calm That Will Not Come.
At a Glance
Tooth decay is the most common preventable childhood disease, with 21% of children ages 6 to 11 and 58% of adolescents ages 12 to 19 having caries in their permanent teeth.
Products and Services
Preformed zirconia crown system simplifies pediatric restorations.
Adjustable surgical unit eases implant procedures.
Key opinion leaders offer valuable perspective on clinical topics that will help raise your level of care.
Presented in a helpful Q&A format, these quick-read items provide clinical insights into key dental products and services.
Products that practically sell themselves.
Newsline + Industry Info
With homegrown Zika cases a reality in the United States, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has launched a clinical trial of an investigational vaccine.
The American Dental Association is the first dental organization to join Choosing Wisely, a campaign to get clinicians and patients talking.
According to the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention (OSAP), dentists write almost 26 million prescriptions for antibiotics each year — 10% of all outpatient antibiotic prescriptions.
An organized and strategic maintenance program is integral to the longevity, stability and esthetics of dental restorations — and vital to patient satisfaction.