When is ideal care inappropriate? January 15, 2020 -- When is ideal care not the best care we can deliver? This is one of the more important clinical questions we can ask ourselves, writes Dr. David Rice. He describes certain situations and patients for which ideal may not be the best treatment course. Discuss
When does speed kill your cash flow in the dental practice? January 9, 2020 -- More than ever, time is our most valuable commodity, and we often hear efficiency and speed are important for a dental practice. But there are times when faster isn't better, particularly when it comes to impression materials, notes Dr. David Rice. Discuss
Neocis reaches implant milestone January 8, 2020 -- Dental implant surgery company Neocis announced that its Yomi robotics system was used to place over 1,000 implants in 2019.
Dentist sued, allegedly set girl's mouth on fire January 6, 2020 -- The family of a 5-year-old girl filed a lawsuit on January 2 against a Las Vegas dentist, claiming he set the child's mouth on fire during a routine dental procedure that left her with injuries that may be permanent, according to news reports. Discuss
Study finds SDF safe and effective on kids' teeth
Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) was found to be safe and 100% effective in stopping active caries in primary teeth of at-risk children and was also well-accepted by their parents in a new study, published in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry. Read more.