Tue.Jan 31, 2023

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Quality of CAD-CAM inlays placed on aged resin-based composite restorations used as deep margin elevation: a laboratory study

Dental News and Technology

Published: 09 January 2023 Clinical Oral Investigations (2023)Cite this article Abstract Objectives To assess the impact of the age of resin-based composite (RBC) restorations used for deep margin elevation (DME) on the marginal quality and fracture resistance of inlays.

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Omnichroma, Omnichroma Flow, Omnichroma Blocker Flow: When and Why I Use Them in Direct Posterior Composite Restorations

Off the Cusp

Off the Cusp - Patterson Dental blog Read Time: 5 Minute, 22 Second All content provided by Dr. Kevin M. Brown, DDS, AAACD As I have been using OMNICHROMA Flow more routinely in daily dentistry, my confidence in its capabilities has increased.


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Sodium bicarbonate for the management of oral mucositis

The Dental Elf

This review of the effectiveness of sodium bicarbonate in the prevention and management of oral mucositis included 11 RCTs. The included studies were small, hetrogeneous and suggested little benefit from the use of sodium bicoarbonate mouthwashes.

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New Research Looks at Most Effective Interventions for Acute Dental Pain

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

A new study that incorporated a systematic review and a network meta-analysis took a deep dive into what treatments work best to address acute dental pain, and the results may be surprising.

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Are You The Last To Know About Dental Local Service Ads?

My Social Practice

Why Should You Care About Dental Local Service Ads? When patients search for dental services, they see Local Service Ads (LSAs) listed at the top of the search engine. If you haven’t seen LSAs in your Google searches yet, you will.

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Skull of Female French Aristocrat from 1600s Shows How the Wealthy Saved Their Teeth


Today's post is short because the real info is available from the link below. However, let me tell you a bit about it. One of the really amazing technologies that has become fairly common in today's dental practices is CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) that creates 3D x-ray images. These devices give us the ability to basically pick up a patient's skull and rotate it to see things from any angle as well as being able to look inside as well.