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How Stem Cell Therapy Will Give Your Patients Wolverine Powers

Think regeneration is just a "superpower" from comic books and sci-fi? Advances in stem cell therapies are turning what was once fiction into reality.

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Patient Receives Successful Implant-Supported Denture with Sedation Dentistry

A partially endentulous patient receives better denture support through sedation dentistry.
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Herbal Remedies and Sedation Medications: Know the Dangers

Find out how the use of seemingly-innocuous herbal supplements might affect patient response to your procedures. What are the ingredients you need to watch out for?
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Are You Ready for the New Boom in Pediatric Dentistry?

Pediatrics is the fastest-growing market in dentistry. Dr. Roger Sanger explains how DOCS Education's updated protocols can keep you on top of the new wave.
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Resolution 77: The Most Monumental Mistake the ADA Could Ever Make

The ADA is voting on revised sedation guidelines, known as Resolution 77, on November 10. The resolution will obliterate oral sedation dentistry—and put you and your patients at risk.

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One Step Closer to an Enamel Restorative Treatment

Researchers in England report progress in the search for an effective restorative agent that can curtail infection and sensitivity. If dentinal tubules, nanoparticles and fluorosurfactants are your thing, keep reading.

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Why Anesthetics Aren't Effective for Long Cases

A member has been on a losing streak when it comes to keeping his patients numb and comfortable for restorations. Why isn't the anesthetic as effective?

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The Single Most Important Reason Why Every Dentist Needs Advanced Life Support Training

It's inarguable, infallible and undisputable. Just ask veteran dentist and longtime DOCS Education Member Dr. Steve E. Chamish.

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Millennials Prefer Dentists to the Banking Industry

A study shows that Millennials are primed to wreak havoc on the banking industry, which has nothing to do with dentistry. Or does it?

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Is it Safe to Sedate a Bipolar, Diabetic Smoker with Active Hep. C?

A patient presents with multiple medical conditions, including bipolar disorder, diabetes and an active HCV infection. To top it all off, she's a smoker. Should the clinician proceed with oral conscious sedation?

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Linda Edgar, DDS, MEd, MAGD has been a valiant champion for education and quality patient care...
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Health care providers in Washington have new regulations and guidance to help with more effective pain management.
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As part of our ongoing commitment we periodically share stories from the news and media about DOCS Education members from around the world. Here is one such story.
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The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) inducted the new President and other Officers and Trustees for the AAPD Board of Trustees during its 64th Annual Session in New York.
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The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is looking for general dentists...
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The DOCS incremental oral sedation protocols are considered moderate sedation and require a Class I (moderate oral) sedation permit in...
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