This Month’s Features
With the help of new technology, clinicians can enhance their view of the oral cavity while improving ergonomics and patient care.
This increasingly common health problem exerts a variety of dental side effects that oral health professionals need to be prepared to handle safely and effectively.
Optimize your ultrasonic scaling technique to effectively remove subgingival calculus.
This growing problem needs to be addressed across all health care fields.
New understanding of the complex human bacterial ecosystem has great implications for both oral and systemic health.
Dental team members need to be prepared to handle a variety of emergencies during the provision of routine dental care.
A thorough understanding of the pathogenesis of breath malodor, as well as strategies for its assessment and management arm clinicians with the tools needed to address this common problem.
Clinicians can improve their quality of care by learning how cultural perceptions impact patient health.
As the new year begins, we often focus on how we can improve ourselves.
Ask the Expert
In an office I recently worked at, the protocol for pain control during scaling and root planing was to anesthetize the entire mouth before beginning therapy. Is this an acceptable approach?
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Soft chews nourish enamel and promote healthy bacteria.
System cleans teeth and Improves gingival health.
Toothpaste protects and strengthens enamel.
Newsline + Industry Info
A new California law (Senate Bill 850) has paved the way for more than 15 community college districts to launch pilot bachelor degree programs in vocational fields, including dental hygiene.
Coalition aims to promote effective infection control.
The American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA) recently submitted its comments to the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) regarding the proposed accreditation standards for dental therapy education programs.
Maine Dental Health Out-Reach Inc (MDHOI), a nonprofit charitable organization based in Winthrop, Maine, recently received a $350,000 grant from the Next Generation Foundation of Maine.
Providing routine preventive oral health screenings in physician-based settings may help resolve the access-to-care problems that plague the United States.