Through high-speed photography and microscopy, researchers have identified a key property of ultrasonic hand scalers, and how new tip designs might make SRP more comfortable and effective.
Tags: ultrasonic, dentistry, cavitation
An influential commission of forensic science experts has called for the end of using bite mark analysis as evidence.
Do pediatric cases make you tense up? Are you unsure how to best set a child at ease? Dr. Barbara Sheller discusses ICCPD's course on pediatric patient managment.
Methadone is a powerful opioid used for maintenance treatment as part of the process of treating opioid dependency.
When a patient seizes during a routine hygiene appointment, their companion mentions that it may be due to acute dental fear. Can the clinician safely provide this patient a comfortable experience?
Could sleeping tendencies and oral health be connected? A new study implicates sleeping habits as a potential source of enamel erosion.
Genetic predisposition to weaker or stronger enamel might influence caries formation more than previously thought.
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A new method of local anesthesia administration has emerged using electricity to increase tissue penetration. Could high-fear patients stand to benefit?
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