What you need to know about gum disease April 26, 2017By Kara Vavrosky RDHPreventing infection in your mouth is key to maintaining your overall health. Backrests and your health: What does the research say?Backrests are an important consideration when selecting an operator stool. Study finds that certain type of children respond better to laughing gas February 17, 2017By Anesthesia ProgressIf a dentist could predict how a child is likely to respond to the usage of laughing gas, also known as nitrous oxide, the visit is more likely to be free of anxiety and fear. The top 8 dental movies of ALL time February 09, 2017By Nicholas HammIt’s Oscars season, which means it’s time to round up the best movies out there. Are right angles... wrong?For years, sitting with your hips at a 90-degree angle was thought to be ideal. But research suggests otherwise. You choose: Private or group practice?A survey of hygienists' opinions on private and group practices. Could this drug mean the end of dental fillings? January 20, 2017By Nicholas HammA team of researchers at King’s College London have found evidence that tooth pulp can be naturally healed with the help of an Alzheimer’s drug. Why poor posture can be a real pain in the neck January 06, 2017By Stephenie OvermanOne of the biggest dangers for dentists is strain caused by awkward positioning, so we take a look at how to combat injury. 5 important facts about new code D4346 for a fresh start in 2017 December 14, 2016By Patti DiGangi RDH BSHere are five important facts you need to know about the new code. 5 thought-provoking questions hygienists asked Kara RDH this November November 22, 2016By Kara Vavrosky RDHKara RDH shares some of the questions dental hygienists asked her recently and then provides helpful and encouraging answers.