TOP DENTAL NEWS
Dental issues keep 55% of National Guard from deploying
June 2, 2008 -- Dental health is no trivial matter in the Army National Guard, where 55% of all soldiers are considered nondeployable because of dental disease or lack of a recent dental exam.  Discuss
Perfect panoramics: Part I -- What to buy
May 30, 2008 -- If you don't have a digital panoramic x-ray scanner, you may be hurting your patients and depriving your pocketbook. But which one should you buy? In this article -- the first of a two-part series -- we'll guide you through the marketplace.
Saliva provides early warning signs of cancer
May 29, 2008 -- Looking inside someone's mouth may one day involve more than dental care. It could enable early diagnosis of various cancers, leading to more effective treatment outcomes and better survival rates.  Discuss
Making early detection of oral cancer a priority
May 28, 2008 -- Oral cancer has a five-year survival rate of only 50%. A patient's best chance of surviving is early detection. While a number of methods and new technologies are now available to enhance early detection, the panel is still out on whether there is any one best approach for detecting oral cancer.  Discuss
OralCDx wants to revise ADA-endorsed BrushTest ads
May 28, 2008 -- OralCDx, the company sponsoring a controversial oral cancer advertising campaign, wants to change the text of ads endorsed by the ADA as critics challenge the company's relationship with the ADA.  Discuss
Financial reports reflect slowing demand for dentistry
May 23, 2008 -- Confirming analyst predictions, three major dental supply companies' recently announced financial results show that they have been hit by a slowdown in the dental market.  Discuss
Studies find link between tooth loss and cancer
May 23, 2008 -- Do your patients roll their eyes when you press them about their brushing and flossing habits? Researchers this month provided yet another compelling reason why they should take you seriously. Three new studies suggest a strong correlation between periodontal disease, tooth loss, and an increased risk of developing cancer.  Discuss
Keep your patients coming back
May 22, 2008 -- The issue of "lost patients" isn't just annoying; it can be costly. If you have been in practice for five years, you have probably lost more than a million dollars due to unscheduled dental work that needs to be done on existing patients, according to Joy Millis, C.S.P., a presenter at the California Dental Association (CDA) conference in April.  Discuss
Cone-beam and multislice CT measurements found equally accurate
May 16, 2008 -- Planning for complex implants? Then you can get equally accurate measurements using either CBCT or MSCT, a recent study found. Other factors -- such as the size of the area you want to see -- may make a bigger difference in choosing between the two, the researchers say.  Discuss
Study: Wireless sensors better for endo x-rays
May 16, 2008 -- Wireless digital image receptors give you the most accurate view inside a tooth. So say researchers at the University of Missouri at Kansas City (UMKC) who compared three different kinds of sensors.  Discuss
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