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A personal touch makes for a happier holiday season

While your competitors scramble to get out their holiday cards, why not do something this season that most of them don't do? Get personal. Share your seasonal sentiments face to face if you can, or by phone if you can't. While sending out cards remains a popular way for...

source: Fred Berns
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American Academy of Periodontology President Steven Daniel, DDS, discusses the organization's recent World Workshop, Best Evidence Consensus on CBCT and lasers, and partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The interview was recorded at the 2018 Chicago...

source: DentistryiQ

The absence of a protein critical to the control of inflammation may lead to rapid and severe bone loss, according to a new University at Buffalo study. The study found that when the gene needed to produce the protein tristetraprolin is removed from healthy mice, the animals...

source: University at Buffalo via ScienceDaily

Dental offices have lodged complaints to the ADA about explanation of benefit statements that are incorrect or need to be clarified, but the American Dental Association has resources available for dentists when dealing with third-party...

source: American Dental Association

The bacteria that cause periodontitis may also play a part in the onset of pancreatic cancer, according to new research coming out of Scandinavia. Researchers at the University of Helsinki and the Helsinki University Hospital, Finland, and the Karolinska Institutet, Sweden...

source: Bite

Health officials have identified a cluster of dentists who died of a mysterious lung disease. A report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that nine dentists in Virginia were found to have idiopathic pulmonary...

source: CBS News

Teeth sometimes can be so misaligned, collagen fibers under the gums need to be cut before braces can be employed to straighten them. However, patients may avoid the procedure because it’s invasive and can be painful. A team of Israeli...

source: Dentistry Today


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