This Month’s Features
Intraoral cameras can help clinicians improve the oral health literacy of their patients.
Early recognition of these oral health problems may help improve treatment outcomes.
Computer-controlled local anesthesia delivery provides benefits to both patients and clinicians.
Strategies for ensuring success during power scaling and root planing.
Oral health professionals should be prepared to educate both patients and medical colleagues about the link between a healthy diet and oral health.
Clinicians need to take preventive action in order to preserve their hand health.
The sterilization of instruments is integral to the safe and effective provision of dental care.
Tailoring preventive education to address this population’s needs may help improve both oral and systemic health.
By noting the early symptoms of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, oral health professionals can help patients receive the treatment they need.
In order to prevent decalcification, caries, and gingivitis—common occurrences during appliance therapy—patients must improve their self-care regimens.
I recently attended the California Dental Hygienists' Association's spring meeting in Anaheim.
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Newsline + Industry Info
Carmen Hui, a May graduate of New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry's Associate in Applied Science Degree Program in Dental Hygiene, is the recipient of the fourth annual Alla J. Wheeler Ethics and Professionalism Award.
Supplement focuses on importance of skin integrity.
Jill Rethman, RDH, BA—editor in chief of Dimensions, internationally known speaker and author, and past president of the Hawaii Dental Hygienists' Association— is the new president elect of the American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA)
Rebecca S. Wilder, RDH, MS, received the inaugural University of North Carolina (UNC) School of Dentistry Four Corners Study Club Faculty Mentoring Award.