This Month’s Features
The proper management of dental unit waterlines is key to safe patient care.
Whether age or digital exposure is affecting a clinician’s vision, strategies are available to improve eyesight.
Caries management by risk assessment is key to reducing the prevalence of this ubiquitous—and preventable—oral disease.
Oral health professionals are in a unique position to provide screening and education based on individual risk factors to manage this public health issue.
Fluoride varnish and silver diamine fluoride are both viable treatment options in efforts to relieve the pain of dentinal hypersensitivity, particularly among older adults.
Dental hygienists play an integral role in educating patients about the oral and systemic effects of menopause.
P4 medicine, which encompasses participation, prediction, prevention, and personalization, offers new avenues to manage the various stages of periodontal diseases.
Other than a virtual assistant on my mobile phone, I don’t have a digital-assistant device, although I’ve thought of getting one.
Ask the Expert
I am a recent graduate and am wondering what type of insurance I should purchase before starting practice.
Products and Services
No articles Found
Newsline + Industry Info
When Ryan D. Rutar, RDH, MAM, BA, BS, applied for the Nebraska Dental Hygienists’ Association’s 2019 Nebraska Dental Hygienist of the Year Award, he wasn’t sure he had much of a chance.
Personalized medicine, or more specifically P4 medicine, which encompasses participation, prediction, prevention, and personalization, is the focus of the latest continuing education (CE) article, “An Integrative Approach to Periodontal Health,” sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Colgate.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene, with premier sponsor Colgate and supporting sponsors Patterson Dental and PDT Inc, is pleased to announce that Jacquelyn L. Fried, RDH, BA, MS, is the 2019 recipient of The Esther Wilkins Lifetime Achievement Award.