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April 6, 2010
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Emily Pascavage: A dental assistant you should know!
American Dental Assistants Association    Share   Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
I always had an interest in the dental field, and after five years of teaching I decided to pursue a new career path as a dental assistant. I researched a few schools and YTI Career Institute best fit my needs and expectations. Not only is the curriculum taught by knowledgeable and experienced professionals in the dental field, but the personalized instruction and small class sizes was appealing to me. More


California Dental Assistants Association Annual Session

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The California Dental Assistants Association Annual Session, held Saturday, April 10, is open to all members of the dental team and not restricted to members only. Assistants, hygienists, dentists and students of any dental profession are welcome to attend. Click here for more information.


ADAA Speakers Directory is coming soon
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It is my pleasure to introduce to ADAA Active members a new benefit of your membership, said ADAA President Angela M. Swatts. Are you a speaker or presenter of a dental related topic? Are you an active member of the American Dental Assistants Association? If so, you may now be part of our ADAA Speakers Directory Network! Please complete this application to be considered for inclusion in the American Dental Assistants Association Speakers Directory. More

It may be April Fools time, but dental assistants are all business!
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In dentistry the patient comes first, but you have to take care of the practice too and the practice administrator role is to keep things running smoothly … particularly through the protection and maintenance of patient information and the management of patient records. ADAA offers #0907-The Business of Dentistry: Patient Records & Record Management. This is one of several ADAA courses addressing the Business of Dentistry and part of the dental assistant’s professional realm. View sample More

Mom's kiss can spread cavities to baby
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Numerous studies have shown that cavity-causing bacteria can pass from person to person through the transfer of saliva, such as sharing utensils, blowing on food, and yes, even kissing that sweet little bundle of joy on the mouth. More

Getting your patients' teeth to 90 years old with excellent clinical care and superb restorative products
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Getting to 90 with our teeth starts with a comprehensive examination to determine the condition of the teeth, occlusion, soft tissues, periodontum and TMJ. I am evaluating the patients existing condition as well as looking for warning signs of future problems, writes Dr. Grant Chyz .Esthetics also becomes part of the dialogue with the patient. Does he or she like their smile? If we have treatment needs in the esthetic zone, has the patient ever thought about whitening? I feel that a crown or composite restoration should be natural and esthetic looking regardless of whether we are using B1 or A5. More

Inflamed tissues linked to increased production of protein involved in pain signaling
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Using a novel animal model to study craniofacial pain, researchers at Oregon Health & Science University's School of Dentistry have discovered that when tissues are inflamed, the nerve cells carrying pain information from the head to the brain produce in large quantities a protein involved in pain signaling. More
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