Oral health professionals in Ontario, Canada are detecting more cases of oral cancer and pre-cancer than ever before, according to an 11-year study led by University of Toronto researchers.
A new study has found US dentists are more likely to prescribe opioids than their British counterparts. According to researchers, American dentists wrote 37 times as many opioid prescriptions as British dentists in 2016—1.4 million vs…
Children who experience trauma early in life may be at greater risk for tooth loss later in life, according to a University of Michigan (U-M) study.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the “Big Authority on Little Teeth,” has announced a rebranding of Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children, its charitable arm, as the AAPD Foundation.
Patients who are trying to achieve a bright white smile may have already asked you whether oil pulling or activated charcoal is worth a try.
Researchers at the University of Utah have found a link between comprehensive dental care and substance abuse treatment outcomes for patients with drug and alcohol addiction.
Clinicians can better serve patients with special needs by being prepared to offer treatment modifications. Here are 5 strategies when caring for patients with special needs.
A team of engineers, dentists, and biologists from the University of Pennsylvania has developed an army of tiny robots that can access hard-to-reach areas of the mouth for plaque and biofilm removal.