The DMD Top 5 for the Week Ending Oct. 21

October 22, 2016
Joe Hannan

These five stories were the most popular on Dentist’s Money Digest last week.

The former dentist allegedly abused three men after administering nitrous oxide to incapacitate them.

2. New CDC Study Highlights Income Divide Behind Lack of Dental Sealants: Children from low-income families are not receiving this painless, effective dental procedure to stave off cavities, a new study shows.

3. Attracting New Patients Doesn’t Have to Be Like Pulling Teeth: As the dental market becomes more competitive, how can dentists stand out?

4. Study Predicts ADA Exodus if Controversial Resolution Passes: A new report claims thousands of dentists will leave the American Dental Association if a resolution related to sedation dentistry is enacted.

5. What You Need to Know about Potential Drug Interactions: It is imperative to know the risks of potential interactions of patients’ medication with dental drugs, said speaker Harold Crossley, DMD, at the recent ADA 2016 Meeting in Denver, CO.

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