This Month’s Features
Dental hygienists have much to be thankful for as the profession moves toward an integrated future.
While gingival cancers can be difficult to detect, survival rates depend on early treatment.
Digital imaging offers significant benefits to practices, clinicians, and patients.
Dental hygienists can help pregnant women limit those factors that may cause harm to the normal morphology of the developing fetus.
What the evidence says about the association between rheumatoid arthritis and periodontal diseases.
The dental team can play an important role in all phases of the human immunodeficiency virus care continuum—from diagnosis to disease management.
This review investigates the evidence on the association between a variety of maternal health problems and the presence of periodontal pathogens.
This is such a bittersweet time of year.
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A new study conducted at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) in Philadelphia reveals that a key protein may reduce the severity of multiple sclerosis (MS).
'Six Dental Hygienists You Want to Know' announced.
In late September, the oral health profession joined the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging and its Image Gently campaign.
Michele Leonardi Darby, BSDH, MS, has established an award bearing her name.
The Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Research Grant, administered through the American Dental Hygienists' Association Institute for Oral Health, is accepting applications through February 28, 2015.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene is pleased to announce the addition of Fred Summerfelt, RDH, MEd, AP, to its Editorial Advisory Board.
In order for its graduates to succeed in an ever-competitive job market, Clark College in Vancouver, Washington, and Indiana University School of Dentistry (IUSD) in Indianapolis are looking to add a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene degree to their academic offerings.
In October, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments regarding Case 13-534, North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners v the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC).