Alex Dagostinoeditorial@drbicuspid.comDental PracticeHPI: 8 out of 10 dentists support dental insurance reformDentists largely support dental insurance reform, according to findings from the ADA Health Policy Institute's Economic Outlook and Emerging Issues in Dentistry poll. More than 1,100 dentists responded to the poll, which was conducted from November 8 to November 13.December 13, 2022Dental HygieneDental professionals can help prevent HPV cancersOral healthcare professionals may help prevent HPV-related cancers by increasing HPV vaccination rates for patients, according to a study published on December 8 in the Journal of the American Dental Association.December 12, 2022DenturesMilling vs. 3D printing: Which one is best for dentures?When it comes to creating dentures, artificial teeth can be milled or 3D printed, but which method is more accurate? Both processes were deemed clinically acceptable in a head-to-head comparison that was published on December 1 in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry.December 12, 2022Dental PracticeNow trending: Oral piercings and gemsDentists are warning against a popular trend among young adults: oral piercings and gems. The trend may pose serious damage to one's oral health, according to a commentary published in the Journal of the American Dental Association.December 11, 2022CAD/CAMCAD/CAM Insider: Milling vs 3D printing: Which one is best for dentures?December 7, 2022Dental PracticeInflation tops COVID-19 for reasons to delay dental careU.S. adults are more likely to report concerns about inflation and rising prices than concerns about COVID-19 as reasons to delay dental care, according to public opinion research released on December 7 by the Delta Dental Institute.December 7, 2022CAD/CAMDentist helps World Cup fan bullied for his smileA dentist in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, provided a Moroccan football fan with a new smile after he was bullied about his teeth at the Qatar World Cup, according to news reports. The dentist crafted the fan a set of full dentures to fix his crooked teeth.December 7, 2022Invisible AlignersIntraoral appliances routine part of dental practiceThe fabrication and use of intraoral appliances are becoming a routine part of dental practices, according to a study published in the December issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association. Researchers analyzed intraoral appliance application, practice workflows, and changes in practice trends.December 1, 2022Home'Dateline' to feature dentistDr. Lawrence Rudolph, a dentist who once ran a respected dental chain in Pittsburgh, PA, was charged with homicide and insurance fraud in January 2022. NBC is promising new details and interviews in a December 2 episode of "Dateline" that focuses on the 2016 death of Rudolph's wife.December 1, 2022Restorations5 reasons why WHO's essential medicines improve oral health equityJust over a year ago, dental medicines were added to the World Health Organization's (WHO) list of essential medicines. Now, dentists are weighing in on the possible implications for public health policy in a commentary published in the Journal of the American Dental Association.November 30, 2022Page 1 of 15Next PageTop StoriesLegal IssuesDental clinic must pay $97K to settle civil rights caseA Minnesota dental clinic has reached a settlement in a civil rights case.ImplantsDentist to give $60K new smile to mocked OU football fanSugarSoda tax may be linked to drop in dental-related hospital staysInsuranceU.S. lawmaker asks companies to answer for poor oral care accessSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.