This Month’s Features
Detecting subgingival calculus deposits is key to ensuring periodontal health.
A new technique aims to obtain the cleanest pits and fissures possible, improving sealant effectiveness.
Oral health professionals can help ensure a lifetime of oral health by educating children and families about the importance of diet during the developmental years.
Following are strategies for supporting oral health and ensuring positive dental experiences in this patient population.
Effectively managing our youngest patients and assessing their caries risk get children on the path toward lifelong oral health.
Understanding these neurodevelopmental disorders will help oral health professionals provide safe and effective care.
This often misdiagnosed tick-borne disease produces oral signs and symptoms detectable in the dental setting.
National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM) naturally focuses our attention on the oral health of our youngest patients.
Ask the Expert
Knowing when it’s time to replace ultrasonic inserts/tips is integral to successful instrumentation.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Working under a 5-year National Institutes of Health grant, researchers at the University of Washington School of Dentistry in Seattle are seeking to improve how oral health professionals measure pediatric patients’ pain.
Digital Agenda covers all that’s happening under Dimensions’ social media platforms.
Researchers have taken the drug aprepitant—which is approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration but previously failed in clinical trials for pain—and repackaged it using a novel, nano-based technology to deliver the drug into specific compartments of nerve cells.
As the connection between oral and overall health becomes more clear, patients are increasingly motivated to achieve and maintain good oral health.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene welcomes Beth Jordan, RDH, MS, a representative of Crest & Oral B, Procter & Gamble Professional Oral Health, to its Corporate Council.
Rural North Carolina has a significant access-to-oral-health-care problem with three counties—Camden, Hyde, and Tyrrell—without a practicing dentist for more than 10 years, and more than 50 counties with noted dentist shortages.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene is pleased to welcome Kathleen O. Hodges, RDH, MS, as the new instrumentation expert for its “Ask the Expert” online forum.
Each month, Newsline features some of our most active Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Brand Ambassadors.
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