Allan Farman, BDS, MBA, PhD, DSceditorial@drbicuspid.comX-RayImage Gently in Dentistry: Child-size x-ray dose for kidsThe upcoming Image Gently in Dentistry campaign reminds dentists that children are more sensitive to ionizing radiation than adults. Dr. Allan Farman provides guidelines for pediatric imaging and emphasizes that dental professionals should image gently and image wisely.July 27, 2014InsuranceCDT 2013 and beyond: More changes afootThe process by which the ADA's Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature (CDT) is revised has undergone a revamping itself, with a more broad-based maintenance committee and greater transparency. A number of coding changes are set to take effect next month, many of them related to imaging.December 13, 20123D PrintingAAOMR president: NY Times CBCT article hits the markThe recent New York Times article that questions the safety of cone-beam CT (CBCT) should be applauded because it poses questions that are relevant to the safety of dentistry's most vulnerable patients when it comes to radiation exposure: children.December 16, 20103D PrintingThe communications gapWhen it comes to electronic sharing of diagnostic photographs and radiographs across state lines, we need a simple, universal standard.March 11, 20103D PrintingThe AAOMR turns 60The American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (AAOMR) is no longer just for radiologists.December 7, 20093D Printing2009 a special year for oral radiologyThe annual American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Congress in October will celebrate two important anniversaries.September 29, 2009X-RayDiagnostic imaging shines at FDI 2009Three-dimensional x-rays garnered much attention at the world dental congress in Singapore this month.September 21, 2009HomePeer-reviewed journals vs. blogsOne validates scientific claims, the other offers opinions and stimulates debate. When used properly, both are important elements of modern dental research and discussion, argues Dr. Allan Farman.May 18, 20093D PrintingShould cone-beam CT be used for caries detection?Cone-beam CT is a valuable adjunct for dental diagnosis. But it is an adjunct to, not a substitute for, traditional methods.April 29, 20093D PrintingComplications happen, but ...Complications can happen during any procedure. Consent, documentation, and communication are your greatest defense on such occasions, according to Dr. Allan Farman in his latest Talking Pictures column.April 22, 2009Page 1 of 2Next PageTop StoriesDental HygieneOral health tied to HNC survivalBetter oral health is tied to increased survival from head and neck cancer (HNC).HomeGa. dentist has the world’s largest trove of toothpaste tubesDental HygieneStudents turn to lotus plant to design fog-free face masksDental AssistantDANB to offer RHS exam in Spanish in 2024Sponsor ContentWe care about what you think.