Our roster of bloggers addressed a wide spectrum of clinical issues that you probably will face in your operatory in 2017—if you haven’t already. Here are our Top 10 Blogs of 2016, based on traffic at dentistrytoday.com.
Do you know what to do when a patient presents with abrasions, lacerations, and fractures? Drs. Alex Moule and Nestor Cohenca review the guidelines you need to follow to guarantee a full recovery.
Dr. Jason R. Flores explains the vital role that these physicians play in dental surgeries that require higher levels of anesthetic administration or increased airway management skills.
How common is oral cancer? How do people get it? And should dentists worry about false positives? Jo-Ann Jones dispels the mistaken beliefs surrounding the growing rates of this deadly disease.
These tools eliminate the challenges in maintaining and fostering pink aesthetics, reports Dr. Barry F. McArdle.
Prices are falling fast on these cutting-edge technologies. Dávid Lakatos outlines how 3-D printers will enable dentists to make their own surgical guides and other valuable tools.
With the danger of antibiotic resistance spreading worldwide, Dr. Manor Haas discusses why you should consider alternative treatments when you encounter typical infections.
Misinformation about the benefits of fluoride permeate the Internet. Now, Dr. Johnny Johnson Jr says, self-appointed advocates are twisting Michigan’s contamination crisis to fuel their propaganda.
Case acceptance can be tricky, especially when procedures are complicated and intimidating. Dr. Craig S. Kohler explains how you can incorporate today’s digital technologies to explain what you’re doing and put their minds at ease.
Dr. Wayne Kerr tells the story of how he had one of his friends in the chair for a routine exam, but an informed look inside the oral cavity led to a life-saving diagnosis.
What would you do with a separated file at the apex in a mesial root? Dr. Rico D. Short explains how you can stay calm and save the tooth by bypassing it and placing some calcium hydroxide.