This Month’s Features
The American Dental Therapy Association is working diligently to improve access to care and oral health equity.
In the 15th edition of this annual feature, Dimensions of Dental Hygiene recognizes the best and the brightest in academia, clinical practice, industry, influencer, public health, and research.
Plans to prevent and/or manage this common oral disease may include a variety of professionally applied or at-home products.
Incorporating small operator adjustments may help reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries and prolong your career in dental hygiene.
Oral health professionals play an important role in improving compliance with mouthguard use.
This oral habit can cause long-lasting, negative effects on oral and systemic health.
Identifying patients at high risk for contracting the virus and making referrals for testing and treatment are key to reducing the impact of this serious infection.
Mitigating the risk of post-op sensitivity is a necessary step before initiating treatment.
It’s February … and for those of us in oral healthcare we know it’s time for National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM)!
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Harold A. Henson, RDH, PhD—professor, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, and program coordinator for the Master of Science in Dental Hygiene Program at University of Texas (UT) Health Houston School of Dentistry—was inducted into the Kenneth I. Shine Academy of Health Science Education.
Olga A.C. Ibsen, RDH, MS, FAADH, was recently honored with the William K. Collins Sr. Meritorious Service Award from the Commission on Dental Competency Assessment–Western Regional Examining Board–Council of Interstate Testing Agencies (CDCA-WREB-CITA).
Access to dental care remains a significant issue for any American.