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ADA adopts new HPV vaccine policy for the prevention of oral HPV infection
ADA adopts new HPV vaccine policy for the prevention of oral HPV infectionOral cancers stemming from HPV are on the rise, and dental professionals are urged to support patients to receive this vaccination.
The dangers of microbial resistance in the dental practice
The dangers of microbial resistance in the dental practiceWith many dentists overprescribing antibiotics, microbial resistance is becoming a big concern in the dental industry.
Protecting patients and staff with a high-speed evacuation system
Protecting patients and staff with a high-speed evacuation systemHow the Purevac HVE System is able to quickly and safely remove harmful aerosols from the operatory.
The 3 common infections dental professionals should be worried aboutInfections can spread within a matter of seconds. Follow these steps to protect yourself when treating patients.
5 steps to take after failing an OSHA inspection
5 steps to take after failing an OSHA inspectionFailing an OSHA inspection can be scary, but taking steps to correct the mistakes and move forward can make a world of difference.
Hu-Friedy unveils infection control compliance resource
Hu-Friedy unveils infection control compliance resourceThe GreenLight Dental Compliance Center™ is said to provide critical support in an era when practices need it the most.
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?
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.
5 dos and don'ts of sterilization in the dental practiceInstrument sterilization isn’t necessarily difficult, but it does require attention to detail. Here’s what you need to know.
5 surefire ways to get an OSHA inspectionOSHA violations can be detrimental to your reputation and your practice’s bottom line. Here’s how to avoid an on-site inspection.