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  • Oct 25, 2023

    Healthy Mouth, Healthy Brain: Exploring the Connection Between Periodontitis and Neurodegenerative Disease

    Often, public perception in dentistry is that of concern for cavities, broken teeth, and missing teeth. In light of what our patients can see or perceive, there is a silent menace that goes undetected and, in many cases, is overlooked or under-emphasized.
  • Oct 25, 2023

    Pain, Pills and New Perceptions

    The beauty of dentistry and medicine, in general, is the ever-present evolution and growth of evidence-based practices guided by novel understanding. The advancement of knowledge allows our “practice” of the healing arts, to be refined continuously to better serve our patients and customize treatment modalities for maximized efficacy in rendering patient care.
  • Oct 25, 2023

    What if Dentistry Was Disorganized?

    This editorial from 1931, written at the front end of the Great Depression, gives us much to contemplate.1 After all, as members of the dental profession, we continue to have a public to serve emerging from the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are entrusted by society with the right to self-regulate.