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Eight-year clinical evaluation of two types of resin composite in non-carious cervical lesions

Dental News and Technology

Published: 25 June 2022 Clinical Oral Investigations ( 2022) details Abstract Objectives In this clinical study, the 8-year clinical performances of a flowable resin composite was compared with that of a conventional resin composite.


Restoration accuracy hinges on preparation design

Dr. Bicuspid

When it comes to the accuracy of digital scans for complete onlay restorations, preparation design and the type of intraoral scanner used to capture the images matter, according to a study recently published in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry.


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7 Ways to Streamline Dental Insurance Claims Processing

Oral Health Group

Processing dental insurance claims can be a complex and confusing task. But if you can identify your bottlenecks and redundancies while automating certain manual tasks, you can speed up claims processing and reduce costs.

More Women, Minorities Enter Dental School

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

After reviewing results of the Commission on Dental Accreditation’s Survey of Dental Education, the American Dental Association Health Policy Institute (ADA HPI) announced that 56% of first-year dental students were women in the fall of 2021.


The Pankey Institute Announces the Induction of Dr. Lee Ann Brady as a Pankey Master

Dental News and Technology

Recognition as a Pankey Master is the organization's highest honor with the recipient's portrait permanently displayed in the Institute's Master's Hall. KEY BISCAYNE, Fla.

HPI: Dental hygienists, assistants get pay hikes of up to 6%

Dr. Bicuspid

Approximately eight out of 10 dentists recently have given pay raises -- commonly in the range of 4-6% -- to dental hygienists and assistants, according to poll results released in June by the ADA’s Health Policy Institute (HPI).

San Diego Moms: What I Learned About My Kid’s Teeth

The Super Dentists

I’ve always thought teeth were high-maintenance. The process of brushing, flossing and gargling while ensuring you do your twice-a-year check-ups can be exhausting. Then, you have children and the work. Read More.


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Monkeypox Gains Pandemic Status

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

The World Health Network—a group of scientists and citizens from around the globe focused on promoting health—has deemed monkeypox a pandemic. Thus far, more than 3,400 cases of monkeypox have been reported throughout 58 countries.


5 ways to make your practice more LGBTQ+ friendly

Dr. Bicuspid

Healthcare utilization is lower among the LGBTQ+ community, but there are simple steps dental practices can take to make their practices welcoming for all patients, according to diversity and inclusion advocates Drs. Marita Inglehart and Scott Schwartz.


Integrating CAD/CAM dentistry into your practice with advanced materials

Off the Cusp

Off the Cusp - Patterson Dental blog. Read Time: 7 Minute, 21 Second. In the early days of CAD/CAM dentistry, there weren’t many material choices, limiting what clinicians could do with the technology.

Iron deficiency anaemia and early childhood caries

The Dental Elf

This review assessing a potential association between early childhood caries (ECC) and iron deficiency anaemia(IDA) included 14 studies.


10 Key Points from EuroPerio10

Reena Wadia

HALITOSIS: The two biggest causes of halitosis are gum disease and a tongue coating. The tongue surface area makes up almost a quarter of the surface area of the mouth – it’s equivalent to the surface area of an ipad mini – so that’s a lot of space for bacteria to hide in!

Pediatric dentists may need to improve their image interpretation

Dr. Bicuspid

Some pediatric dentists didn’t perform very well when they tried to identify and detect traumatic dental injuries and problems on patients’ images, according to a small explorative study published June 20 in BMC Oral Health.

Russian Dentists Struggle to Adapt Their Practice in Response to Sanctions

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene

Russian dental providers rely almost entirely on imported dental materials from the United States and Europe to treat their patients.

6 Unit Canine To Canine Bridge Cost

Best Dentist in Houston

If you’re missing your front teeth or some of your front teeth need to be extracted, you may be looking into getting a dental bridge. Your dental team may have recommended a canine-to-canine bridge known as a six-unit bridge for your front teeth.

HIGH ESTHETICS NONINVASIVE – Composite Veneering Today


Live Lecture. HIGH ESTHETICS NONINVASIVE – composite veneering today – Dr. Hanni Lohmar. Do you and your patients have high demands on esthetic restorations and also the desire to work as non-invasively as possible? Composite veneering is a wonderful way to meet both of these demands.

Do's & don'ts for no-shows and late cancellations

Dr. Bicuspid

No-shows and last-minute cancellations create serious scheduling and production problems, but there are some techniques to minimize these occurrences, writes Dr. Roger P. Levin. Read more on Related Reading: Do's & don'ts for internal marketing.

Canadian Dental Hygienists Association Meets with Federal Health Minister


In a virtual roundtable with select professional association leaders convened by the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Health, the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) underscored the importance of including preventive oral care services in the federal government’s new dental care program.

Clinical Case: Simplifying an esthetic restoration in anterior teeth using resin composites.


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Former Office Manager Sentenced to 3 Years for Dental Office Embezellment


Today's post is fairly short because the real story is in the link that follows. I am posting this because statistics show that between 1 in 6 or 1 in 4 dental offices will have someone embezzle from them. That is a scary number. So with that in mind I thought today's post should emphasize that it really does happen to offices. In fact, it is happening right now to some unsuspecting doctors. My advice is to "trust but verify".