The study, published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, reveals a significant percentage of children experiencing bullying as a result of dental and/or facial appearance.
Changes to be implemented in two phases beginning in July 2014. Phase two, to be implemented in 2015, will focus on cone beam CT used in dental offices and oral-maxillary surgery practices.
The system’s quick scan+ feature provides a solution for dental professionals seeking a low-exposure alternative to CBCT scanner.
A Finnish study found that teen athletes have better oral health behavior than other adolescents, brushing their teeth more frequently than their non-athlete peers.
The study found that coated archwires had a low esthetic value as they displayed a nondurable coating, and that the remaining coating showed a severe deterioration and a greater surface roughness conventional stainless steel and NiTi counterparts.
A Dutch study, published in PLOS One, fails to define a minimum record set, but does determine that cephalograms are not needed for treatment planning Class II malocclusions, while digital models can successfully replace plaster casts.
The presentation will explore the public health impact of community water fluoridation, including challenges and opportunities for state and local partners.
A British study finds that irrespective of the dental procedure performed, people who were happiest about their appearance before receiving aesthetic dental treatment were those who were the happiest after treatment.
According to a new survey, more parents report their children brushing their teeth for 2 minutes, twice a day.
A new study compared changes in hard and soft tissues and the treatment efficacy of 2-jaw surgery combined with nonextraction treatment for skeletal Class III malocclusion in patients who received minimal versus conventional presurgical orthodontics.