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By David L. Rothman, DDS, FAAPD, FACD, FICD
Supported by: GC America
For more than four decades, fluoride-containing dentifrices have been key in reducing caries in children. Casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate with fluoride (CPP-ACPF) formulated as a mousse or a varnish has been used successfully and safely in children, and it has been shown to reduce caries activity and white spot lesions in preschool children. This Inside Dental Hygiene eBook features a continuing education (CE) article that reviews the use of CPP-ACPF in remineralization therapy for children.
Supported by: Air Techniques, Inc.
This Inside Dental Hygiene eBook features a continuing education (CE) article that describes how dental hygienists can use lasers in the dental office, and, more importantly, if they are allowed to use them in their state. An accompanying article describes how technology impacts every aspect of patient care, as it has elevated available home care products, along with instruments used in the office. Download to earn 2 FREE CEU now!
Supported by: Henry Schein Dental
This Inside Dental Hygiene eBook features a continuing education (CE) article that reviews different teeth whitening methods, particularly an in-office technique to reduce tooth sensitivity using 37% carbamide peroxide. An accompanying article describes the importance of a dental hygienist’s ability to educate patients about the advantages and disadvantages of different cosmetic dentistry strategies. Download to earn 2 FREE CEU now!
Supported by: Paradise Dental Technologies, Young Dental, VOCO, Directa Dental, Dental Care Alliance
This Inside Dental Hygiene eBook explores recent evidence of periodontal-systemic interaction and highlights some of the emerging trends in the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal diseases, such as point-of-care diagnostic technologies and advanced host immuno-inflammatory response modulation strategies. An accompanying article describes how clinicians must be familiar with the etiology and risk factors for peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis as well as how to properly diagnose and treat these two clinical entities in their earliest stages.
By Katrina M Sanders, RDH, BSDH, MEd, RF; Joy D. Void-Holmes, RDH, BSDH, DHSc, AADH
Supported by: Dentsply Sirona
This Inside Dental Hygiene eBook offers two continuing education (CE) articles on the latest in infection prevention, drawing on the experience of leading experts in the field. The dental community has experienced a perceived risk to their health and that of their patients, prompting a new perspective and focus. Learn more about updated infection control strategies. Download to earn 4 FREE CEU now!
By Sherri Lukes, RDH, MS, FAADH
Supported by: Parkell
Dental professionals are becoming more involved in interdisciplinary care, identifying symptoms in the oral cavity that may be indications of systemic disease. Beyond detecting and identifying oral symptoms, the dental professional also plays an important role in understanding when and how to make recommendations that will benefit the patient’s oral health and mitigate oral effects of systemic issues. Download to earn 2 FREE CEU now!
By Cynthia Blendermann Perone, DDS
Supported by: PDS University — Institute of Dentistry
This article provides information to help identify, screen and diagnose common oral pathologies and oral abnormalities.
By Karen Lau, MS, RD, LDN, CDE
Supported by: Sunstar Americas, Inc
Diabetes, oral health, and nutrition are interrelated, with inflammation being an important link. This article explains the importance of oral healthcare professionals to encourage interventions in these disciplines so these professionals can help allay diabetes and its complications, along with other related issues, in their patients.
By Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, MAGD
Supported by: Philips Oral Healthcare
This article discusses how the formation of oral biofilm can be a major factor leading to periodontal disease and also describes maladies associated with periodontal disease.