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Dental sedation: an overview

Dr. Brian McGue discusses how sedation can affect patients and dentists Sedation of dental patients is not a new concept. Dentists in the United States have been sedating patients for more than 150 years. In the mid-19th century, Horace Wells and William T.G. Morton were dentists who demonstrated that the perioperative use of sedation for […]

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Restoratively driven endodontic access and instrumentation

Dr. Gregori M. Kurtzman discusses preserving sound tooth structure and gaining endodontic access The endodontic component of treatment The accepted goal of dental treatment the elimination of all decay. When treating the tooth endodontically, an accepted goal is removal of all decay. Any decay that remains weakens the tooth, which can allow the remaining decay

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The importance of maintaining indoor air quality in dentistry

Drs. Tyler Orehek and Troy Roeder discuss the reasons for maintaining diligent air quality standards in the office Three years into the Covid-19 pandemic, most industries and professions have undergone significant long-term changes. As more Americans resume their lives, each with a different definition of normalcy, all industries must adapt. New safety protocols, guidance, and

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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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