Could dentists instead of physicians offer testing for diseases? Unprecedented availability of cancer, HIV and diabetes testing means dentists can go further in serving their patients.
Do patients with Addison's disease need preventative antibiotics to receive ordinary restorative care? DOCS Education faculty weigh in.
Sea urchins can scrape, cut and chew nearly everything thanks to their unique dentition. Scientists are attempting to adapt this morphology to accomplish diverse tasks on space exploration missions.
Experts estimate nearly 22,000 in New York are unaware they are infected with HIV. A new testing program at the Buffalo School of Dental Medicine aims to inform patients about their HIV status.
The pharmacodynamics of sedation are determined by factors including metabolism and gastrointestinal function. How do medical procedures that modify these attributes affect sedation appointments?
Fluoride is undoubtedly one of the biggest advances in preventative dentistry, but could the application method make it more effective?
Teeth have been modified for many purposes across the animal kingdom. These are our top picks for the strangest adaptations and structures.
Could the newly-discovered antibacterial effect of a bio-ceramic be used to curb the periodontitis epidemic in America?
Genvoya® contains four medications in one dose for the treatment of HIV.
Social media is an enormous marketing platform ignored by the majority of dentists. Read these tips from SolutionReach on how to use social media to your practice's advantage!
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