Online Dental CE Courses
The purpose of this course is to provide oral health professionals with information regarding the assessment of oral complications of medica
Sofia Dental Meeting 2012 in Sofia, Bulgaria
Periodontal Disease and Diabetes: A Two-Way Street to Health Through Interdisciplinary CollaborationDonna Jornsay, Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Certified Diabetes Educator / Lauren Gueits, Registered Dental Hygienist
While the trend is certainly to insert more implants, clinicians should be familiar with treatment alternatives, their pros and cons.
Periodontal disease is one the most common chronic conditions affecting patients and populations. Accordingly, the disease is initiated by e
Dental Tribune Study Club C.E. Symposia at the 100th FDI Annual World Dental Congress, Hong Kong
Eating disorders have become a problem that is epidemic on our college campuses with possible life threatening implications. This presentati
Saliva is critical for maintenance of good oral health. Key actions of saliva include: buffering to prevent an acidic oral environment which
A technique which can retain, slightly mobile teeth by means of splinting for a long time in patient's mouth in a healthy state; has high ac
Once used sparingly, CT imaging has become more commonplace over the last decade, yet not all dentists recognize its value nor how it can af
When patients ask “What products should I use for better oral health?”, dental practitioners should be able to provide evidence based answer
The increasing number of lasers and their soft tissue applications are leading to much confusion of the role diode lasers play in dentistry.
Sinus lift and onlay bone grafting are invasive procedures. Due to the risks and morbidity of the procedures, costs and time, patients are r
Imagine being able to offer your patients the ability to detect lesions around the margins of restorations. Lesions not seen on x-rays or v