This Month’s Features
Maintaining appropriate infection control protocol protects both patients and clinicians.
The effects of COVID-19 on the role of sealants in caries prevention.
The Basic Screening Survey is an essential public health tool in reducing rates of dental decay among vulnerable populations.
This oral bacterium implements strategies to invade the various tissues beyond the periodontium.
Providing education on oral health modifications as well as anticipating complications and modifying treatment to ensure safe and effective dental hygiene care can help patients with psoriasis maintain their oral health.
Oral health professionals should be knowledgeable about this metabolic disorder’s pathophysiology, characteristics, systemic and oral health manifestations, and oral care considerations.
Collaboration is key when managing this common oral heath condition.
As you may have noticed, a new image is appearing on articles in Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. Depicting a magnifying glass focused on a page of a publication with the words “Dimensions Peer-Reviewed Content,” it signifies that a particular feature or continuing education (CE) article has gone through the process of peer review.
Ask the Expert
Hair barriers were used more widely during the pandemic in healthcare settings. Is there any research supporting the use of hair covers in the dental operatory?
Products and Services
ErgoPrism Loupes by LumaDent provide dental hygienists with a truly ergonomic solution.
Pac-Dent’s ProMate™ CL and AntiSplatr™ disposable prophy angles help clinicians protect their own health as well as their patients.
A listing of featured products.
Newsline + Industry Info
Found in oceans across the globe, coral has proven time-consuming for scientists to measure and study.
Dimensions of Dental Hygiene offers an online “Ask the Expert” forum where readers may submit questions for answer by an expert clinical panel on topics.
The Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Dental Hygiene Program in Richmond has a new director, Marion C. Manski, RDH, MS.
Everything I know about what happened to me on the day of my sudden cardiac arrest—July 12, 2013—is because those present told me.