Archive for September, 2019
MINI DENTAL IMPLANTS: ARE THEY OK?
We have used Mini Dental Implants (implant diameter less than or equal to 2.9 mm) over the years for a variety of applications. The most common use has been to use them for orthodontic anchorage – that is where the implant is placed and used to secure braces in order to move teeth. The implant […]
ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD AND PRIVATE PRACTICE
Computerization has been present since the start of my practice life, about 30 years ago. We have always transcribed our notes and so we have always utilized computer based systems to organize our data including patient registration. The use of this information to file insurance came on the scene a number of years ago and […]
Flossing: Absolutely Necessary!
Yes, You Still Have to Floss. No, the dance move “flossing” does not count. The AP recently released an article making the claim that “there’s little proof that flossing works”. Their review cited a series of studies that found flossing does little or nothing to improve oral health. Here’s the problem: the studies were flawed. […]