This Month’s Features
Correct grasp, neutral positioning of the upper extremities, and hand, wrist, and forearm relationships are crucial to preventing repetitive strain injuries.
Steps to increase the value of sealants for your patients, from placement to materials.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene speaks with David H. Pashley, DMD, PhD, about the mechanics, diagnosis, and treatment methods for sensitive teeth.
Increased magnification—from loupes to dental microscopes–can boost treatment outcomes, improve diagnostic ability, and mitigate musculoskeletal health risks.
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Growth is an important concept in dentistry and dental hygiene. It creates new treatments, better trained clinicians, and furthers the oral health of this country.