This Month’s Features
The code maintenance committee of the american dental association is considering the addition of three new codes related to scaling and root planing.
Oral health professionals need to be knowledgeable about this common oral condition and understand which patient populations are at greatest risk.
Technological advancements have much to offer the practice of dentistry from patient education to the provision of treatment.
Oral health professionals well versed in effective diagnostics and prevention strategies can help patients avoid this precursor to peri-implantitis.
When using ultrasonic instrumentation, the entire root surface must be meticulously debrided in order to achieve successful outcomes.
Dental hygienists are key to ensuring positive outcomes following periodontal implant therapies.
Clinicians who are knowledgeable about gluten-mediated reactions will be prepared to treat patients with these types of allergies.
Maintaining the oral health of patients who have experienced stroke is critical to supporting their systemic health.
A variety of strategies enable dental professionals to successfully provide much needed oral health care to this patient population.
The first time I met Nancy Goorey, DDS, I was more than a little anxious. Actually, I was terrified.
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I work in a practice that serves a large population of Karen people, who are a small ethnic minority in Burma. I'd like to provide culturally competent care to these patients. Do you have any advice?
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Dimensions of Dental Hygiene is pleased to include with this issue the second annual Perspectives on the Midlevel Practitioner—a reference that provides an in depth look at the role new workforce models play in the evolving profession of dental hygiene.
Young dental joins fight against breast cancer
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, with all 31 days dedicated to increasing public awareness about the importance of maintaining good oral health.
The Colorado Community College System announced that two of its community colleges received approval from the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education to offer 4-year Bachelor of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene degrees.
Back to school is a reason to smile for most children, but those smiles will shine a bit brighter for some students in Olathe, Kansas. That's because many will receive access to professional oral health care services for the first time.