This Month’s Features
Applying advanced principles of periodontal instrumentation to enhance mechanical debridement is key to meeting the goals of nonsurgical periodontal therapy.
Pit and fissure sealants are an important part of a comprehensive caries prevention plan.
Ensuring the early and comprehensive examination of children puts them on the path to positive oral health.
Improved understanding of relevant genetic factors will help increase the precision of caries risk assessment and, ultimately, enable more targeted, personalized interventions that will effectively prevent and manage dental caries.
Supporting the oral and systemic health of pediatric patients with asthma is key to successful outcomes.
This discussion of trends in smokeless tobacco use and strategies for cessation are designed to help oral health professionals adequately address this public health epidemic.
Clear aligners and lingually positioned appliances present esthetic alternatives to orthodontic treatment with traditional braces.
Last month, I wrote about the increased attention being paid to oral health care at the federal level.
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Devoted. Dedicated. Passionate. These words describe Iris Rosen, RDH, BS, a dental hygienist for more than 45 years who is still serving patients at the same private practice where she began her career in the early 1970s.
In the introductory paragraphs of the “Managing Sudden Cardiac Arrest in the Dental Office” article in December 2018, congestive heart disease was cited as the most common underlying pathology for sudden cardiac arrest in adults over age 35.
The University of California, San Francisco’s (UCSF) Master of Science in Dental Hygiene Program has ceased accepting new students for the 2019-2020 school year
A new study that examined the brain tissue, spinal tissue, and saliva of patients with Alzheimer’s disease found Porphyromonas gingivalis present in samples taken from both living and deceased subjects.
Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD) introduced S.22, the Medicare Dental Benefit Act of 2019, on January 3, 2019.