How to value each measurement and when to restore implants in immediate and grafted sites. This presentation features clinical cases from a private practice, supported by clinical studies performed by Dr. Barry Levin.
2020 Joint Meeting: AAEM, IABDM, IAOMT, and ICIM on March 5-7, 2020 | Will be held at Omni Dallas Hotel555 South Lamar Street, Dallas, TX
SAVE THE DATE! Holistic Dental Association: 43rd Annual Symposium on April 2-4, 2020 at Houston Texas
Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Southern Academy on June 25-28 in Palm Beach, FL.
The Annual Meeting will offer continuing education lectures by several of our internationally known
members, Drs. Michael Pikos, Christopher Richardson, and John Russo.
The International Journal of Dental Hygiene recently released an article, “Success of non‐surgical periodontal therapy in adult periodontitis patients‐a retrospective analysis,” that studied adult patients who had undergone periodontal treatment.
Tooth be told, there’s a lot of potential misunderstandings when it comes to dental treatment and proper dental care which fuels the lack of excitement when you see an upcoming dental appointment on your calendar. And while its true that going to the dentist isn’t all fun and games, knowing the truth behind certain myths will certainly help your chances of maintaining good oral health.
August 20, 2019 — Patients diagnosed with anorexia and bulimia have significantly worse periodontal conditions and poorer oral health-related quality of life, such as physical and psychological limitations, according to a new study published in the Journal of Periodontology.
Patients have probably heard stories about how poor oral health can lead to a variety of medical conditions, some of them serious. However, some patients may have doubts about the seriousness of the oral-systemic link.
“The ultimate risk factor for an infectious disease is the causative agent of that disease. Without that agent, no disease will take place no matter what other risk factors the subject may possess”
Titanium is a commonly used inert bio-implant material within the medical and dental fields. Current titanium is thought to be safe but in some cases, there are reports of problems caused by titanium.