Who doesn't love the idea of a good vacation: breaking out of routine surroundings and getting away from the humdrum of everyday life?
Your patient today is a 62 year-old female, Abby, who is a regular maintenance patient in your practice, and she has been suffering with oral ...
Patient therapy that extends beyond the muscles
Dental imaging rises to a new level with the use of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT).
Hygienist completes transition from military service to pursuit of a doctorate.
RDH Under One Roof opens up July 17-19 at Caesars Palace
The market became flooded when new dental hygiene schools were erected and began churning out graduates in record numbers.
Hygienist describes how amputated leg prompted her to keep marching in life
Nevada has experienced the highest unemployment rate in the country for 31 months, reporting 11.8% in October 2012.
The Florida Public Health Institute recently published that there were 115,000 emergency room visits for preventable dental conditions in Florida in 2010, at a cost of $88 million.
Having treated patients for over 30 years, I recall technological advances that have been remarkable: power toothbrushes, intraoral cameras ...
I recently walked into a dental lab and I was floored. I watched as a young health-care professional reached into the cold sterilization with her bare hand.
It is hard to believe that another year has flown by and we are already into 2013.
It is my understanding that dental hygienists are sometimes accused of being overly intense.
The topics for this column often start from questions asked of me during presentations or emails delivered to my inbox.
Before you read any further, I’ll warn you that this column started out as a rant. But after giving this subject more thought, I now consider it a rant with a plan.
My boss is a micromanager! He drives me crazy with his never-ending reminders to do this or that, and his constant scrutiny of my work ...
Did you know that when a dental practice decreases 10% in gross production in 12 months, there is a 25% loss in its value?
Mary Carotid, age 34, plops down in your operatory chair and announces her gums are bleeding and she doesn’t know why.
Lory Laughter reflects on trivia from the first 100 years of dental hygiene.
I want to say happy birthday emphatically.