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This Month’s Features

The Right Moves

Correct stroke activation is key to successful ultrasonic instrumentation.

Ergonomic Best Practices

A variety of interventions is available to help clinicians reduce the risk of injury and practice more efficiently.

The Root of the Problem

To effectively manage dentinal hypersensitivity, the causative factors must first be identified.

High-Tech Tools for Patient Education

How the digital armamentarium is helping dental professionals inform and motivate their patients.

Dental Hygiene in Progress

The profession has a rich and inspiring history, as well as unlimited potential for growth.

Technology Transformation

Advancements in technology have greatly impacted the provision of dental hygiene services for both patients and clinicians.

The Evolution of Dental Hygiene Education

Dental hygiene education has changed dramatically since the first class of dental hygienists graduated in 1914.

Continuing Education

Molar Movement

Orthodontics can be used to address problems associated with tipped and ectopically positioned permanent molars.

Reduce Radiation Risk

What the updated American Dental Association recommendations say about patient selection in dental radiography.

Treating Patients with Mental Disorders

Dental hygienists can help patients with chronic anxiety and depression improve their oral health and reduce the risk of serious dental disease.

Treatment Strategies for Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury

Individualized care provided with patience, compassion, and empathy is necessary to safely and effectively treat this patient population.


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