This Month’s Features
Radiography provides valuable clues to the correct diagnosis in this case study.
Helping patients become intrinsically motivated and encouraging their participation in the decision-making process are both important parts of supporting compliance with oral health care instructions.
Minimizing radiation exposure and adhering to appropriate infection control procedures are integral to the safe use of dental radiography.
Clinicians need to understand the prenatal and post-natal dietary factors associated with early childhood caries.
Bacteria may not be the only culprits behind periodontitis. New research suggests a viral component may also play a role in specific cases.
Children with this neurological disorder experience a variety of signs and symptoms, some of which impact the delivery of dental care.
Early detection is key to reducing the mortality and morbidity associated with this serious disease.
This time of year always evokes memories of family and good times spent in celebration.
Ask the Expert
Are there laws governing whether animals can be present in dental office waiting rooms and operatories?
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Newsline + Industry Info
More than $2 billion in Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grants were awarded in 2015.
Earlier this year, in an effort to protect public health, Jake Manahan, JD, a citizen member of the Minnesota Board of Dentistry, proposed implementing random inspections of dental offices throughout the state.
For those without dental insurance, a trip to the dental office for routine and preventive oral health care may be out of reach.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene's anticipated "Six Dental Hygienists You Want to Know" feature—sponsored by Procter & Gamble—makes its annual return this issue.