This Month’s Features
With a growing aging population across the United States, oral health professionals are charged with helping this vulnerable population prevent dental disease and improve oral health.
Evidence supports the effectiveness of this type of traditional Chinese medicine in the management of work-related pain.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many oral health professionals have embraced teledentistry as an effective means of delivering care.
By supporting the prescription drug monitoring program, promoting the proper disposal of opioids, and encouraging opioid stewardship, dental hygienists can make a difference in this public health issue.
Proper diagnosis of erythematous, erosive, and ulcerated appearance of the gingiva is key to effective care.
By reducing healthcare disparities, providing nonjudgmental care, and addressing areas of high risk, oral health professionals can play a unique role in encouraging oral and systemic health in this patient population.
A few weeks ago, I took my first airplane trip since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously impacted dentistry. All oral health professionals are concerned about remaining safe during the provision of dental care and ensuring the safety of patients. The appropriate wearing of masks is key to the safe provision of care.
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Lubricating gel for dry mouth and tooth decay.
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New Jersey-based MouthWatch LLC—a leader in innovative teledentistry solutions, digital case presentation tools, and intraoral imaging devices—was recently included on the annual Inc. 5000 list, a ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
The dental clinic at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston went from treating more than 600 patients per day to approximately 12 patients per day in the school’s emergency clinic.
The United States Health Resources Services Administration has awarded the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Dental Hygiene Program in Flagstaff a $3.25 million grant to support students from racial and ethnic minority groups who meet financial aid requirements.
Medicaid dental providers face a confidence gap in their ability to implement COVID-19-related changes.
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The clinician-recommended Colgate Professional Direct program connects patients with the right oral hygiene products for them.