In this article, we show how dental professionals have the opportunity to combat the opioid epidemic and improve quality of care for patients taking opioids.
This article offers a deep exploration of why early detection of OSCC and treatment at the earliest stages are essential for improved prognosis and survival rates.
An economic perspective on fixing the current health coverage model
A reform agenda must be aimed at a truly comprehensive national approach to healthcare
Management of acute dental infections requires an understanding of microbiology, anatomy, pharmacology, wound healing, and oral surgery. Recognizing early signs of inflammation and differentiating the...
Early identification may save lives, reduce cost of care
Understanding a critical link in the oral-systemic health connection
As our patient populations age, polypharmacy is a concern for all dental professionals
Is genotyping the “next frontier” of periodontitis treatment?
The Incurred Medical Expenses option provides a pathway for fund oral healthcare for seniors on Medicaid.
If the delicate balance of the oral environment is disturbed, the caries process can run rampant.
A lack of preventive care often leads to complicated clinical circumstances for patients in detention.
Dentists can provide much-needed primary care for certain oral health conditions.
How clinicians can manage the direct and indirect oral effects of the disease
Research on the use of dental stem cells, which can be harvested and banked for future use