The multiple myeloma cancer is frequently diagnosed in the dentist's office. Researchers have identified a mechanism that might use the cancer's own products to fight it.
Could one's oral health be predetermined to some extent? New genetic tests reveal periodontal disease risk, and could inform clinicians how to proceed with implant treatment.
Learn how clinicians are dealing a knockout blow to peri-implant inflammation and mucositis with both conventional and next-generation techniques!
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Dental implants have an over 95% success rate, but depend on sufficient bone structure and blood supply to integrate. A complete medical history is essential to formulating a successful treatment plan.
Take a look into the intricate and sometimes controversial field of forensic dentistry, where experts use dental evidence to solve crimes and reconstruct events.
Increase case acceptance by addressing these common patient misconceptions about implant treatment procedures.
With recent controversy over the price increase in Epi-Pens, some dentists are questioning whether they are necessary in a dental practice.
Could peri-implantitis be a thing of the past? New research has indicated a potential adjunct treatment that could help seal the implant-abutment interface against the oral environment.
Study finds that over half of all opioid pain control prescribed to patients who have undergone oral surgery go unused. Could this be contributing to prescription drug abuse?