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Is My Patient a Hyporesponder?

The importance of learning and disclosing all medications of a current patient is important, and may be a clue to why a patient doesn't respond to sedation as expected.

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Is Your Prescription Bankrupting your Patients?

What's behind the extreme variability in drug prices these days? Incisor takes a look at how fluctuations affect clinicians and patients alike.
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The Rise of No-Drill Dentistry

Is dentistry moving away from the handpiece? New atraumatic techniques may preserve oral health without the need for fillings in early cases.
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Tooth Extraction After Heart Surgery

A patient needs an abscessed tooth extracted, but his blood-thinning medication could complicate the procedure. DOCS Education faculty weigh in.
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Mind Your Manners with Sedated Patients

How much can sedated patients really remember? More than you think, says new study.
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A Clinical Imperative: Educate Your Patients About Antibiotics

Are you ready to join the fight against antibiotic resistance? An easy way to do your part as a community medical professional.
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ADA Resolution 77 Update: It's Not Over Yet!

You may know the final outcome of the ADA House of Delegates vote on Resolution 77. But understanding the who, how and what's next is just as crucial.

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Discharge Protocols after Sedation Appointments

Is there cause for concern if a patient's sedation level seems to increase after leaving the office, even if they are "perked up" by the administration of sugar post-operatively?

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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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If you’re one of the lucky doctors registered for the Atlanta Oral Sedation Dentistry course, then you have the chance of winning two tickets to this year’s SEC Championship game! The game, held on Saturday, December 1 at 4 p.m. EST at the Georgia Dome, determines the Southeastern Conference's football season champion.
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A past DALS attendee emailed his DOCS Education CE Representative expressing how his DALS training helped him during a critical time. What crucial tip from the DALS course did he implement when he suffered a medical emergency?
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The person who answers the phone makes the first impression for your dental practice. What impression is your practice making?
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Move over “Call Me Maybe”—there’s a new summer song making the rounds on the internet. The Oregon Dental Associations viral ode to proper dental care “Teach Me How to Brushy,” based on the 2010 hit from Cali Swag District “Teach Me How to Dougie,” has taken the tubes by storm over the last two weeks gaining almost 500,000 views.
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What does the DOCS Education staff do when the attendees aren’t around, you may wonder? Aside from set-up and breakdown, crunching numbers and catching up on emails, here’s a sneak-peek behind the scenes at the Chicago seminar.
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Facebook: the social media giant is currently valued at $100 billion with over 845 million active users. Every day, 2.7 billion Likes are recorded and 250 million photos are uploaded. Chances are you have a personal account as well as one for your practice. But the billion dollar question looms: will it all last? A recent study conducted by the Associated Press and CNBC aims to find out what the public thinks.
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