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March 9, 2010
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Cynthia K. Bradley: A dental assistant you should know!
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In 1976, I did not know what I wanted to do with my life until a friend told me about a dentist who was hiring and was willing to train someone to be his assistant, Cynthia K. Bradley says. I took the job and the rest is history. I initially started as an on-the-job trained assistant, which lasted six months. Working on my first patient was so long ago that I do not remember anything specific, but I do remember feeling nervous and excited all at once.
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Late baby teeth may mean more orthodontic visits: Genes associated with early tooth development identified
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Several genes affect tooth development in the first year of life, according to the findings of a study conducted at Imperial College London, the University of Bristol in the U.K. and the University of Oulu in Finland. The research, published in the open-access journal PLoS Genetics, shows that the teeth of babies with certain genetic variants tend to appear later and that these children have a lower number of teeth by age one. Additionally, those children whose teeth develop later are more likely to need orthodontic treatment. More

Surge in teeth grinding linked to poor economy
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A growing number of people are suffering from dental health problems due to a national upsurge in teeth grinding caused by stress over the stagnant economy, according to a recent study. Researchers from the Chicago Dental Society surveyed more than 250 of its members and found that nearly 75 percent of dentists said their patients reported increased stress in their lives. More

Magnets in dental chairs
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Most dental professionals have never thought that their dental chair could be a risk to patients with pacemakers or implantable defibrillators. They need to think again. A few months ago, Boston Scientific, one of the major manufacturers of pacemakers/ICDs, added a new caution to their contraindications for dental patients. They warn that if a patient has a pacemaker/ICD, and the dental chair has a magnetic headrest with strength over 10 gauss, the patient should NOT sit in the chair. More

Salivary diagnostics
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In what they hope will eventually lead to fewer deaths from pancreatic cancer, researchers have identified four early detection biomarkers of the disease in human saliva. The study, which appears online in the March issue of Gastroenterology, is the first to demonstrate that recently developed salivary diagnostic tools can harness highly discriminatory biomarkers for systemic disease detection. More

Painless dental treatment with sedation dentistry
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It is not at all uncommon for people to have fears and anxieties over going to the dentist. The primary cause of the fear that people associate with dental visits is related to the idea of having to experience pain during certain dental procedures. More

Dentistry needs a facelift
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In times of a recession, there are certainly a number of things that you should be doing for your dental practice. As the economy finally recovers, hopefully we can look back and say there was a silver lining for dentistry and your office in 2009. What is essential is that you take the time during this economic turnaround to give yourself and your practice a facelift. More
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