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Why isn’t your practice growing?
Why isn’t your practice growing?If your practice isn’t growing, maybe it’s time to stop blaming external circumstances and look at what you can change.
How electropolishing benefits both dentists and patients
How electropolishing benefits both dentists and patientsYour dental instruments are at risk of corrosion, but this electro-chemical process can stop the damage in its tracks.
The dental prescriptions that are killing your patients
The dental prescriptions that are killing your patientsAre your prescribing habits leading to harmful consequences for your patients?
Can opioids prescribed for wisdom tooth extraction lead to long-term drug use?
Can opioids prescribed for wisdom tooth extraction lead to long-term drug use?New research shows that young people who filled an opioid prescription immediately before or after wisdom tooth surgery were nearly three times as likely to still be filling opioid prescriptions months later.
The top 5 geriatric product trendsAs the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, it's important for hygienists to understand their role as caregivers.
4 things you NEED to know about waterline disinfection
4 things you NEED to know about waterline disinfectionContaminated waterlines are a frightening proposition, but they're easily mitigated with these proactive steps.
Are elderly patients with caries at risk of developing respiratory problems?
Are elderly patients with caries at risk of developing respiratory problems?New research takes a look at the link between poor dental hygiene and breathing issues.
ADA commends efforts to update Surgeon General’s Report on Oral Health
ADA commends efforts to update Surgeon General’s Report on Oral HealthThe updated report will document progress in oral health over the past 20 years.
The states with the best and worst oral health in 2018
The states with the best and worst oral health in 2018How does your state stack up against the competition?
Study shows toothpaste alone doesn’t protect enamel or prevent erosion
Study shows toothpaste alone doesn’t protect enamel or prevent erosionA team of researchers analyzed nine toothpastes on the market that claimed to have desensitizing or anti-erosive properties.