This Month’s Features
A review of digital dentistry versus conventional approaches to complete dentures.
Clenching while awake or asleep is a predictor of temporomandibular disorder, and a causative factor in its persistence.
Maintaining visual acuity helps clinicians support ergonomic health.
With the advent of the coronavirus pandemic and stay-at-home mandates, many dental professionals have embraced teledentistry as a viable means of delivering care.
This case report details the radiographic presentation and histologic appearance of intrabony xanthoma, and discusses features that can help distinguish it from more common odontogenic lesions.
Various imaging modalities, including cone beam computed tomography, play an important role in the diagnosis and pre- and postsurgical phases of orofacial cleft therapy.
Learning to readily identify and treat potential soft tissue deficiencies can improve outcomes in dental implant treatment.
Pandemics are not new. But the world in which they exist is.
At a Glance
The American Dental Association’s member surveys have shown of practices continuing to return to full operation, with 98% reporting being open and back to business as usual as of presstime.
Products and Services
The clinician-recommended Colgate Professional Direct program connects patients with the right oral hygiene products for them.
BruxZir Implant Prosthesis from Glidewell
Newsline + Industry Info
The weekly podcast, “The Art of Dental Finance and Management,” addresses essential topics relevant to practicing clinicians.
Medicaid dental providers face a confidence gap in their ability to implement COVID-19-related changes so they can safely serve adults and children in the most vulnerable communities.
Dental Home Day is typically held in May in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry’s (AAPD) annual session, but when the conference was canceled due to the global pandemic, Sunstar and the AAPD Foundation began to consider ways to safely host the event.
Researchers from Cardiff University School of Medicine in Wales are calling for urgent research into whether mouthrinses could reduce SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the early stages of infection.