This Month’s Features
Oral health professionals need to educate their patients about the effects of menopause on oral health.
Evidence-based approaches are key to supporting tooth remineralization.
Oregon is funding education to ease the shortage of oral health professionals, but is it the most prudent approach?
Knowledge of medical emergency etiology and strategies for their efficient handling is key to supporting successful outcomes.
In addition to the conventional Halsted inferior alveolar nerve block and two well-known alternatives, this discussion will examine key features of other mandibular block techniques and short needle approaches.
Natural products may offer patients efficacy with fewer side effects.
An emerging epidemic, long COVID may cause enduring and serious side effects.
I recently attended the National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference for the first time.
Ask the Expert
During my review, I was penalized for taking too much time on medical histories. I am concerned that if I am not thorough, I may be liable if something goes wrong.
Products and Services
Learn how TheraBreath™ Fresh Breath Mouthrinse starts working instantly to help fight the bacteria that cause oral malodor.
Tips to help dental hygienists create a healthier work life.
Newsline + Industry Info
Dental hygiene students at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) are making a difference when it comes to protecting residents from the dangers of secondhand smoke.
April 2023 Dimensions Digital Agenda.
A new “Global Oral Health Status Report” published by the World Health Organization (WHO) provides the first-ever comprehensive picture of oral disease burden, with data profiles for 194 countries that offer key markers of oral health.
Konnetta Putman-Sparks, MA, RDH, turned 104 on March 25, and the entire dental hygiene community should celebrate.