This Month’s Features
Harness the Power Of Mobile Technology
Oral health professionals can use texting to encourage healthy behaviors among their patients.
The topical application of hyaluronic acid following surgical procedures may encourage oral wound healing.
Exploring the Antigingivitis Armamentarium
The regular use of therapeutic mouthrinses may help reduce the risk of gingivitis and, ultimately, periodontal disease.
Regular yoga practice many help dental hygienists maintain their musculoskeletal health.
Dental hygienists need to adhere to evidence-based polishing protocols when performing this common procedure.
Addressing the Oral Side Effects of Cancer
Providing appropriate dental care to patients with cancer before, during, and after treatment is important to maintaining their oral health and quality of life.
Improving oral health professionals’ understanding of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of biofilm associated diseases is key to their successful prevention and treatment.
The Use of Laser Fluorescence in Sealant Monitoring
While this technology shows promise, the research is mixed on its ability to detect decay beneath sealants.
Supporting Oral Health in Patients with Breast Cancer
Supporting Oral Health in Patients with Breast Cancer Dental hygienists play a vital role in helping these patients maintain their oral health.
Tips for Administering the Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block
Tips for Administering the Inferior Alveolar Nerve Block Providing sufficient pain control to patients is critical to dental hygiene care.
Understanding the Correlation While the relationship is not causal, the presence of periodontal inflammation may impact the cognitive degeneration associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
The Importance of Health Literacy
The Importance of Health Literacy Patients with low health literacy need targeted interventions to support successful treatment outcomes.
Alzheimer's disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and the only cause of mortality among the top 10 that cannot be prevented, cured, or slowed.
Ask the Expert
Ensure Successful Sterilization In Any Dental Office
I work as a temporary dental hygienist in many dental offices. In one practice, the dental assistants bag the dental instruments for sterilization but do not completely close the pouches (leaving their adhesive stickers intact).
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Product Profile: Philips Sonicare For Kids
A Fun Way to Inspire Better Brushing in Children
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Sunstar Spotlight Explores Oral wound Healing Using Hyaluronic Acid
Newsline National Group Aims to Bolster School Based Sealant Programs
Evidence based research demonstrates the efficacy of sealants in preventing dental caries.
Global Organization Promotes Future Free of Caries
The Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF) recently held its sixth annual global summit during the FDI World Dental Congress in Bangkok, Thailand.
First All-Female Class in Orthodontics Makes History
They've just started their orthodontic residency program, but six dentists are already making history