This Month’s Features
Providing oral healthcare during a global pandemic presents challenges, including the effective management of dental aerosols produced during ultrasonic instrumentation.
This caries-prevention modality is effective for a variety of patient populations—from the very young to the very old.
The door to more employment choices, additional promotion opportunities, and higher salaries opens with the attainment of higher degrees.
Providing individualized, patient-specific recommendations for effective interdental cleaning is key to oral health promotion.
Oral health professionals need to be prepared to treat individuals with varying stages of this neurodegenerative disorder.
Careful planning and consultation with the healthcare team are required to ensure safe and appropriate treatment for this patient population.
Dental hygienists are well-positioned to address this important issue facing community-dwelling seniors.
Can poor oral health increase the risk of complications from COVID-19?
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Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Brand Ambassador Emily Boge, CDA, RDH, MPA, received the Award for Excellence in Dental Hygiene.
OCTOdent has partnered with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Dentistry (UTHSC) in Memphis to provide dental students, patients, and educators with its Extraoral Aerosol Scavenger.
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