This Month’s Features
A variety of options are available to support clinicians in their efforts to reduce the prevalence of tooth decay.
The new system is designed to support clinicians in their ability to provide individualized, patient-centered care.
With careful consideration of myriad factors—from self-report to clinical exam—oral health professionals can effectively diagnosis and treat this common condition.
Oral health professionals have an important role to play in reducing the prevalence of this virus.
Panoramic radiography offers many benefits but appropriate technique is key.
Routine maintenance is critical to preventing implant failure.
Memorial Day 2020 is approximately when clinical dental hygiene practice reopened after COVID-19 shut us down.
Ask the Expert
Clinicians should consider the design of the sickle when deciding upon its use.
Products and Services
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
The University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD) in Baltimore has created a graduate program in oral health and dental medicine for nondental healthcare providers.
Digital Agenda covers all that’s happening under Dimensions’ social media platforms.
Like Dimensions of Dental Hygiene’s Facebook page to share your thoughts on posted questions.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene Brand Ambassador Ann Cote, RDH, MSHA, talks about her 17-year career in the dental field.
Preprocedural rinses have recently been recommended to help reduce viral loads in dental aerosols.
The immune-suppressing drug used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients, rapamycin, has been reported to reduce bone loss, inflammation, and changes to oral bacteria in older mice with periodontal diseases, according to a recent study.
A study published in eNeuro suggests taking antibiotics alongside opioids may increase the risk of opioid abuse.
The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR) has awarded the Center for Dental, Oral and Craniofacial Tissue and Organ Regeneration (C-DOCTOR) a $30 million grant to further explore regenerative therapies.
The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) released its “Interim Guidance on Returning to Work” in early May, as many states began allowing the reopening of dental practices for elective treatment.