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With a growing body of evidence in preventive dental science and increased focus on patient-centered care, oral health professionals should consider new approaches to caries management.
In the 13th edition of this annual feature, Dimensions of Dental Hygiene recognizes the best and the brightest in academia, clinical practice, industry, “mover and shaker,” public health, and research.
Understanding the signs and symptoms of these common health problems can help clinicians educate patients on the best approach to prevent serious oral health issues.
These clinicians are uniquely positioned to provide screening, compliance support, and education on treating these common health problems.
While evidence is limited, vaping may contribute to increased caries experience and other negative health effects.
The following case report illustrates the diagnosis and management of facial paralysis caused by Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
As the year draws to a close, it's a perfect time for us to give kudos to all of you for your dedication, perseverance, flexibility, and positivity.
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According to a recent poll from the American Dental Association Health Policy Institute, patients are open to the idea of routine vaccination at the dental office.
Mary E. Williard, DDS, CAPT USPHS, the clinical site director for the Alaska Dental Therapy Educational Program, will receive the 2021 William J. Gies Award for Vision, Innovation, and Achievement—Dental Educator. A Perspectives on the Midlevel Practitioner Editorial Advisory Board Member, Williard has worked in American Indian/Alaska Native communities since 1996 as a clinician serving [...]
Starbucks, the Seattle-based chain of coffee shops, is offering a free tall-sized cup of coffee to frontline responders to the global pandemic.
Researchers from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health suggest patients with periodontal diseases may be at greater risk of developing cancer than the general population.
Although cigarette smoking has been on the decline for a decade, two trends have become popular with young adults between the ages of 18 and 25: electronic cigarettes and marijuana.
Georgia State University (GSU) in Atlanta will begin offering a degree-completion program for dental hygienists this fall.
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