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Are you responsible for handling the insurance and billing in your office? If so, I bet you are one busy person. Not only do you process every claim and make sure you have every detail correct so the claims go out successfully, but then you also turn around to enter the...

source: Jill Nesbitt
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In veterans, oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma is associated with traditional carcinogens and poor clinical outcomes, according to a study published in the September issue of Head & Neck. Dr. lad C. Sandulache, from the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and colleagues...

source: HealthDay News via Medical Xpress

Enhanced oral cancer detection can help general practitioners save patients' lives while protecting dentists from malpractice lawsuits, according to a presentation by Dr. Jonathan Bregman at the California Dental Association's CDA Presents...

source: DrBicuspid.com

Mercury. Mold. Lead. Sometimes there are very good reasons for you to be worried about those substances. But some unscrupulous healthcare practitioners capitalize on those concerns. "They push tests for mold intoxication or say you need to have the mercury in your teeth...

source: ConsumerReports.org

What do actor Patrick Swayze, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg have in common? They were all diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In an ongoing series of articles on the oral-systemic connection, the Auburn Reporter looks at how...

source: Auburn Reporter

Whether you're prone to lazy brushing or consistently brushing after every meal, there are oral hygiene mistakes you could be making that are slowly sacrificing your pearly whites. Here are 10 common ones to avoid to help your choppers stay healthy and bright.

source: Bustle

Dr. Jerry Brown, now a retired clinical dentist, was 21 when the unexpected Type 1 diabetes diagnosis came. He had been making frequent trips to the restroom and felt excessively thirsty. A swimming test required for his graduation...

source: American Dental Association


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