This Month’s Features
Support Orthodontic Treatment Success
Dental hygienists play an integral role in helping orthodontic patients maintain adequate oral hygiene—a necessity for positive treatment outcomes.
Calcium phosphate technologies may support the remineralization process, thereby helping to ensure the integrity of the tooth surface in the face of mineral loss.
By improving the ergonomics of clinical practice, dental hygienists can reduce the risk of career-ending injuries.
Update on Maximum Recommended Dosages for Local Anesthesia
Clinicians should be aware of current Food and Drug Administration-approved recommendations when determining the appropriate dose for individual patients.
Precautions must be taken to ensure both clinician and patient safety during ultrasonic instrumentation.
Following are simple strategies to help patients with this autoimmune disorder maintain their oral health.
Risk assessment analysis, monitoring risk factor modification, and managing risk factors in patients with periodontal diseases, or those at high risk, are essential to successful treatment.
Oral health professionals can help noncompliant patients improve their dental health by using the interdisciplinary system of behavioral modification.
Minimally Invasive Periodontal Surgery Revisited
The addition of a videoscope to this technique provides benefits for both clinicians and patients.
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The Relationship Between Facial Paralysis and Xerostomia
I have consistently observed the presence of xerostomia among patients with facial paralysis. Is there an association between the two?
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A listing of featured products.
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