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Can your orthodontic practice survive a data breach incident?

Mark Pribish offers facts and best practices on how to mitigate a cyberattack According to a June 2022 Aite-Novarica consumer report titled ”US Identity Theft: Adapting and Evolving,” identity theft has become so prevalent that it affected one-in-four U.S. consumers in 2021 along with virtually every type of financial product and commercial platform including dental …

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Dental infections: help avoid antimicrobial resistance — part 1

Wiyanna K. Bruck, PharmD, and Jessica Price start their discussion on the judicious use of antibiotics in the dental practice Introduction Antibiotics are one of the greatest medical advances since their first introduction in the late 1920s. Alexander Fleming’s breakthrough discovery of penicillin paved the way for a domain of medicine that has enabled once …

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How the family dentist can identify and correct oral breathing for better patient outcomes

Patrick McKeown discusses simple breathing re-education techniques for children and adults for oral and whole-body health Most dentists, regardless of experience, understand the dangers of oral breathing.1 Yet there is currently no standardized procedure for dentists to identify mouth breathing in their pediatric or adult patients. Moreover, a vital step is missing in the long-term …

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2017 ADA Airway Screening Directive Update

Dr. William M. Hang discusses orthodontists’ logical leading role as healthcare providers for very young children with airway problems Introduction The 2017 ADA directive for dentists to screen for sleep/breathing problems1 opened the door for a completely new era in dentistry. With this new focus, the orthodontic profession logically becomes the best-positioned group to assume …

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Managing controlled substances in dental practice: prescribing and record keeping

Tyler Dougherty, PharmD; Michael O’Neil, PharmD; and Nikki Sowards, PharmD; review key considerations when prescribing and storing controlled substances Introduction Prescription medication misuse, substance use disorder (SUD), and diversion continue to remain problematic across the United States. Dental practitioners are often targeted by patients since they are a potential source of potent prescription opioids. Additionally, …

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Smile bleaching and orthodontic treatment is a perfect match

Drs. Jaimeé Morgan and Stan Presley discuss how appealing to patients’ desires for esthetic enhancement during orthodontic treatment can have other positive effects Orthodontic patients are often overlooked when it comes to addressing their needs for whiter teeth. These patients are usually forced to wait until the end of treatment when the brackets are removed …

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Practical considerations for utilizing Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) — a primer

Nikki Sowards, PharmD; Michael O’Neil, PharmD;  and Tyler Dougherty, PharmD; discuss how prescription drug monitoring programs play an important role in monitoring controlled substances Introduction Although not first-line therapy, prescription opioids play an important role in the management of acute dental pain. However, all medications carry risks, which in the case of opioids can lead …

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Fixed lingual retention: the gold standard or a relic of orthodontics past?

Dr. Amy Jackson discusses retention as an important part of orthodontic treatment Retention is the unspoken, fairly unmonitored phase of orthodontic therapy, and arguably one of the most important parts of orthodontics. There is no perfect tool for retention based on the fact that every tool, even permanent retainers, requires some type of compliance and …

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