Thu.Jun 10, 2021

Younger adults are taking medications that could affect long term oral health

Dental News and Technology

Study shows dentists need to be aware of medication history even in younger patients REGENSTRIEF INSTITUTE Research News SHARE PRINT E-MAIL IMAGE: MEDICATIONS CAN PLAY A SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN ORAL HEALTH.

Website Redesign for Immigration Psychology

Clicc Media

Complete WordPress Makeover for Immigration Psychology Business Immigration Psychology Location: Miami, FL Website: [link] The Changes Jacqueline from Immigration Psychology found us from an old animated video we did for an attorney-client a few years ago, it was pretty surprising and amazing.


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Regenerative medicine: characterization of human bone matrix gelatin (BMG) and folded platelet-rich fibrin (F-PRF) membranes alone and in combination (sticky bone)

Dental News and Technology

Published: 01 June 2021 Cell and Tissue Banking ( 2021 ) Cite this article Abstract During the last two decades autologous platelet and leukocyte rich products (PRP; PRF), opened new perspectives in regenerative medicine.


Periodontal disease cost U.S. $154B in 2018

Dr. Bicuspid

Periodontal disease comes with a high cost: The U.S. lost $154.1 billion in 2018 due to the condition, according to an analysis published on May 30 in the Journal of Periodontology. The loss was even worse in Europe, where periodontal disease cost the region nearly 158.6

Delta Dental Launches Survey to Gain Insights into Patients’ Oral Care

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Delta Dental Plans Association will deploy the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems Dental Plan Survey nationally to gain insight into patients’ oral health experiences. . The anonymous survey asks adults about their oral healthcare experiences.


Becoming a proactive leader in the wake of a crisis

Dr. Bicuspid

Being a proactive dentist means always looking for opportunities to enrich the practice. To recognize opportunities and be bold, one must be prepared with knowledge from the past, present, and future. Dr. James V. Anderson offers tips to help you do just that.

Do You Take Your Own Advice?

Patient News

Time for your 6-month check-up? We’re halfway through the year, so it’s time for a 6-month check-up on practice performance. Is everything healthy and thriving? What’s under the tongue or along the gumline? Any spots or weaknesses?

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How to Comfort Teething Babies

Broomfield Dentists / MountainAire

The teething stage is inevitable and can be a hard phase for parents to navigate. If you have a teething baby, our team at Mountain Aire Dentistry is here to give you advice on what you can do to ease the pain of your teething babies and make them more comfortable during the process. .


Studies Continue on COVID-19 Vaccines in Children Younger Than 12

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

With children ages 12 to 17 now eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, many families have jumped at the chance to protect their older kids from SARS-CoV-2 infection. However, what about children younger than 12?


It’s not OK for your dental practice to use free cloud-based communication

Dental Buzz

Only paid versions of cloud-based communication software are HIPAA compliant, for one reason. Featured Practice Management Products Software cloud-based communication Compliance dentistry enterprise grid Google Chat HIPAA microsoft 365 Microsoft Teams Skype Slack WhatsApp Zoom

How else can we best support you?


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Henry Schein Invests in a Majority Interest in eAssist


Recently eAssist announced they had created a buying group for client offices that was called eAssist Buying Power. The idea behind the formation of the group was to allow client doctors to pool their purchasing power together to receive reduced pricing. One of the advantages corporate dental practices have is their purchasing power. When you call a supplier and need something for 100 offices, the price will be different than if you want to order the same product for ONE office.


What does plaque consist of?


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