A DOCS Education Member seeks the faculty’s advice:
I have a long-standing patient that now has severe positional vertigo. She will not let me lower the back of the chair from the 90 degree seated position. She has no dental fear, and has always tolerated her dental work without local anesthetics.
Change is inevitable. The only real question is whether to change for the better or for the worse. In this issue, Incisor unveils the improvements and advancements made in the Pediatric Sedation Dentistry curriculum—and what they mean for your practice.
Did the Mayans sport bejeweled grins long before it was cool? Do toothbrushes really grow on trees? And how about our first president George Washington: Did he *really* have teeth made of wood? Incisor answers these questions and more.