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Communicating periodontal issues across dental implant platforms

Drs. Stuart Segelnick and Mea A. Weinberg review typical challenges and management at the dental implant-abutment connection Introduction Dental implants have a record of long-term success with a cumulative survival rate of about 96% up to 10 years post-loading.1,2 It is important to realize the various factors that can influence implant survival or failure. A …

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Dental infections, part 2 — prophylaxis: help avoid antimicrobial resistance

Wiyanna K. Bruck, PharmD, and Jessica Price continue their discussion of concepts surrounding antibiotic prophylaxis in dentistry Introduction Use of antimicrobials in the field of dentistry is not limited to treating active dental infections. Many dentists prescribe antibiotics as a onetime dose prior to performing procedures. In fact, in the United States, general and specialty …

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Building confidence and improving repeatability in your endodontic practice

Dr. Mark Anthony Limosani discusses a new endodontic file system Endodontic therapy’s primary purpose is to optimize oral health by preserving the natural dentition by treating an ailing pulp dentin complex. Most practitioners are mindful of the fact that the longevity of their work depends on the patient’s ability to manage oral hostilities such as …

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Dental infections: help avoid antimicrobial resistance — part 1

Wiyanna K. Bruck, PharmD, and Jessica Price start their discussion on the judicious use of antibiotics in the dental practice Introduction Antibiotics are one of the greatest medical advances since their first introduction in the late 1920s. Alexander Fleming’s breakthrough discovery of penicillin paved the way for a domain of medicine that has enabled once …

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Managing controlled substances in dental practice: prescribing and record keeping

Tyler Dougherty, PharmD; Michael O’Neil, PharmD; and Nikki Sowards, PharmD; review key considerations when prescribing and storing controlled substances Introduction Prescription medication misuse, substance use disorder (SUD), and diversion continue to remain problematic across the United States. Dental practitioners are often targeted by patients since they are a potential source of potent prescription opioids. Additionally, …

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CBCT — recognizing anatomic structures before implant surgery

Dr. John Pasicznyk discusses implants and how CBCT can help endodontists with treatment planning Implant dentistry is a rapidly growing aspect of the profession as more clinicians start to provide implant therapy as a routine aspect of treatment. This creates an atmosphere where patients are aware of implants as a treatment option and may even …

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