Supported by DUX Dental, the free webinar, scheduled to take place February 12, will discuss the risks of bib clip cross contamination and compare the advantages and disadvantages of current disinfection methods and options.
The sugar-free and alcohol-free formula features fluoride to help strengthen tooth enamel and prevent decay.
The device safely removes plaque, bacteria, and debris from the tongue’s surface.
Burris, DDS, MS, has launched a campaign to change Arkansas state law so that he and other dental specialists can provide basic teeth cleaning services.
The brochure, titled "Antibiotics and Dental Treatment," helps clarify who should take antibiotics before dental treatment and who should not.
The treaty, which upholds the use of dental amalgam as a cavity-filling material, calls for signatory countries to set national objectives and implement programs related to dental caries prevention, aimed at reducing the need for dental amalgam.
The campaign, a joint effort between The Partnership for Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives and the Ad Council, aims to encourage parents to keep kids’ mouths healthy by brushing for 2 minutes, twice a day.
According to a new survey, more parents report their children brushing their teeth for 2 minutes, twice a day.
<i>The Gross, Disgusting and Totally Cool Mouth Book</i> by Theodore Croll, DDS, features unforgettable, real-life photos that illustrate the importance of good dental hygiene to patients.
Research findings show 40% to 70% of disinfected dental bib clips still harbor bacteria even after standard disinfection.