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  Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Periodontal Diseases  Popular

The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) published these guidelines (11/28/2006) in an effort to facilitate the identification of patients with periodontal diseases who, because of their disease severity and/or risk profile, present significant challenges in treatment.
Added on: Nov 29, 2006 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1754 | Comments: 0

  ADA Lawsuit Against Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium  Popular

The American Dental Association (ADA), the Alaska Dental Society (ADS) and several individual dentists filed a lawsuit on January 31, 2006 in state Superior Court, seeking to stop the unlicensed practice of dentistry and dental surgery by non-dentists.

The complaint asks the court to declare the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and its dental health aide therapists (DHATs) in violation of state dental licensing laws.
Added on: Feb 01, 2006 | File size: 103.52 Kb | Downloads: 1640 | Comments: 0

  ADA Issue Paper: Quality Dental Care for American Indians and Alaska Natives  Popular

Faced with a horrific level of disease, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium expanded the Alaska Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) several years ago to include dental health aides, who would provide a variety of services in underserved areas. The ADA supports the Dental Health Aide program, with the exception of one component: the use of dental health aide therapists (DHATs)to perform irreversible surgery that no non-dentist should perform.
Added on: Feb 01, 2006 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1581 | Comments: 0

  ADA President Kathy Roth Urges Congress to Improve Access to Dental Care  Popular

Kathleen Roth, D.D.S., president of the American Dental Association (ADA), testimony before the Health Subcommittee of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee on improving access to dental care. Dr. Roth urges the subcommittee to reform Medicaid in order to better address unmet oral health needs.
Added on: Mar 31, 2007 | File size: 89 bytes | Downloads: 1556 | Comments: 0

  New York State Notice of Dental Amalgam Separator Installation  Popular

New York State regulations require that all dental facility waters likely to come in contact with amalgam waste must be treated prior to discharge by an amalgam separator. This form is intended to provide a consistent format for dentists to satisfy this one-time reporting requirement. Follow-up reporting by dentists is only required when new separators are placed in service. Dentists may complete and submit a copy of this form to satisfy the reporting requirement. Alternatively, dentists may use another format which is consistent with the requirements specified in 6NYCRR 374-4.
Added on: Aug 31, 2006 | File size: 28 bytes | Downloads: 1477 | Comments: 0

  ADA Comparison of Restorative Materials  Popular

This chart, in PDF Acrobat format for viewing on any computer, is a tabular comparison of dental restorations prepared by the American Dental Association. To read this chart you must have Acrobat installed on you computer which is available free at nukeistry and at Adobe's website.
Added on: Nov 20, 2002 | File size: 106 bytes | Downloads: 1398 | Comments: 0

  Testimony of Dr. Vincent C. Mayher, DMD  Popular

Testimony of Dr. Vincent C. Mayher, DMD, president-elect of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), in support of using dental amalgam as a viable option to treat dental decay. The hearing was conducted at the Food and Drug Administrations (FDA) Joint Meeting of the Dental Products Panel of the Medical Devices Advisory Committee of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health and the Peripheral and Central Nervous System Drugs Advisory Committee of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.
Added on: Sep 18, 2006 | File size: 76 bytes | Downloads: 1381 | Comments: 0

  ADA Statement to Congress on Amalgams  Popular

This is the statement that the ADA gave on amalgam (silver fillings) to the government reform committee of the US House of Representatives on November 12, 2002.
Added on: Nov 20, 2002 | File size: 69 bytes | Downloads: 1324 | Comments: 0

  AltaPoint  Popular

A free demonstration Windows version of AltaPoint dental practice management software is available for you to download. The demo is fully-functional with a 10-patient and 10-bill limit. The demo requires Windows 95 or above.
Added on: Nov 22, 2002 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1321 | Comments: 0

  Health Canada's Letter to Dentists Re: Dental Amalgam  Popular

This letter is to advise you of Health Canada's position on the safety of dental amalgam and recommendations for its use. Many Canadians are concerned over the risk of mercury toxicity from amalgam, partly as a result of recent proposals by some countries to place severe restrictions on its use, or to ban it entirely.
Added on: May 04, 2003 | File size: 10 bytes | Downloads: 1282 | Comments: 0

  CDA President's Report to Finance Committee  Popular

Speech delivered October 31, 2002, by Dr. Tom Breneman, CDA President, to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance Pre-Budget Consultation
Added on: Nov 06, 2002 | File size: 91 bytes | Downloads: 1273 | Comments: 0

  Lytec Dental Professional 6.5 (Windows 95, Disk 2 of 2)  Popular

This is disk 2 of 2.
Added on: Nov 22, 2002 | Version: 6.5 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1262 | Comments: 0

  Oregon Dental Public Health Report (Nov. 17, 2006)  Popular

Oral disease is a serious, often overlooked public health problem that affects the majority of Oregonians during their lifetime, according to a new report from the Oregon Department of Human Services Public Health Division. "The Burden of Oral Disease in Oregon" describes the extent of the problem and its consequences, and offers strategies for improvement.
Added on: Nov 23, 2006 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1222 | Comments: 0

  ACE Dental 2.2 (Macintosh version)  Popular

The free demo version of ACE Dental 2.0 for Macintosh is a fully functional version can run on any Macintosh with a color monitor and at least 6 MB of free RAM memory. The program and sample data are in one file that is compressed to 2.2 MB.
Added on: Nov 21, 2002 | Version: 2.0 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1204 | Comments: 0

  Lytec Dental Professional 6.5 (Windows 95, Disk 1 of 2)  Popular

FREE TRIAL VERSION. With over 3,200 installations, Lytec Dental for Windos has become the popular choice among dentists who wish to automate their practice without spending a fortune. The demo program provides all functionality of the actual program, but is limited to a 20 patient maximum.
Added on: Nov 22, 2002 | Version: 6.5 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1195 | Comments: 0

  Easy Dent  Popular

EasyDent Dental Windows Software since 1984. Designed by Dentists, with hundreds of satisfied clients across the country. Billing, Charting, Electronic Insurance, Recalls, Referrals, Scheduling, Treatment Plans, Electronic Statements, Time Clock, Charting, Collections, Forms, Inventory, NetCom, and more........
Added on: Nov 22, 2002 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1188 | Comments: 0

  ACE Dental 7.0 (Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP version)  Popular

A free demo version of ACE Dental 7.0
This demo is limited to 50 patients. All other features are fully enabled and will run on any 32 bit Windows computer. (acedemo5.exe)
Added on: Mar 22, 2006 | Version: 7.0 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1183 | Comments: 0

  ACE Dental 5.0 (Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP version)  Popular

A free demo version of ACE Dental 5.0
This demo is limited to 50 patients. All other features are fully enabled.
Added on: Nov 21, 2002 | Version: 5.0 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1110 | Comments: 0

  Oral Health: Preventing Cavities, Gum Disease, and Tooth Loss  Popular

No one should suffer from oral diseases or conditions that can be effectively treated or prevented.

Richard H. Carmona, MD, MPH, FAC
Surgeon General
U.S. Public Health Service
Added on: Sep 12, 2005 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 1097 | Comments: 0

  Dental TeamWork Newsletter  Popular

A pilot newsletter for dental office staff, featuring articles aimed at helping Canadian Dental Association (CDA) members maintain a viable practice environment (in PDF format). This newsletter is published by the CDA as a member service. To learn more about CDA member services,
Added on: Dec 13, 2002 | Version: 02SepOct | File size: 98 bytes | Downloads: 880 | Comments: 0

  Testimony of Dr. Vincent C. Mayher, DMD  Popular

December 15, 2010 testimony of Dr. Vincent C. Mayher, DMD, past president of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), in support of using dental amalgam as a viable option to treat dental decay. The hearing was conducted at the Food and Drug Administrations (FDA) Joint Meeting of the Dental Products Panel of the Medical Devices Advisory Committee of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health and the Peripheral and Central Nervous System Drugs Advisory Committee of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.
Added on: Dec 17, 2010 | File size: 76 bytes | Downloads: 873 | Comments: 0

  Testimony of William Walsh  Popular

William J. Walsh, an expert on dentistrys impact on the environment and a consultant to the American Dental Association (ADA), testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reforms Subcommittee on Domestic Policy, chaired by Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), at a hearing on "Assessing State and Local Regulations to Reduce Dental Mercury Emissions." Representing the ADA, Mr. Walsh told the subcommittee that dentistry contributes a very small amount of the mercury in wastewater, the ADA and its members are taking every reasonable step to further minimize that impact and that government mandates are not necessary.
Added on: Aug 03, 2010 | File size: 0 bytes | Downloads: 858 | Comments: 0

  Replantation of an Avulsed Incisor After Prolonged Dry Storage: A Case Report  Popular

Management of tooth avulsion in the permanent dentition often presents a challenge. Definitive treatment planning and consultation with specialists is seldom possible at the time of emergency treatment. Replantation of the avulsed tooth can restore esthetic appearance and occlusal function shortly after the injury. This article describes the management of a child with an avulsed maxillary permanent incisor that had been air-dried for about 18 hours. The replanted incisor retained its esthetic appearance and functionality 2 years after replantation, yet the long-term prognosis is not good because of progressive replacement root resorption.
Added on: May 07, 2002 | File size: 66 bytes | Downloads: 791 | Comments: 0

  Management of Dental Patients Who Are HIV-Positive  Popular

Prepared by: Research Triangle Institute-University of North Carolina Evidence-based Practice Center Research Triangle Park, NC
Arthur J. Bonito, Ph.D.
Lauren L. Palton, D.D.S.
Daniel A. Shugars, D.D.S., Ph.D.
Kathleen N. Lohr, Ph.D.
Jessica P. Nelson, B.A.
James D. Bader, D.D.S., M.P.H.
Anne W. Jackman, M.S.W.
Added on: May 07, 2003 | File size: 540 bytes | Downloads: 731 | Comments: 0

  Periodontal Health and Systemic Disorders  Popular

Recent studies in periodontal medicine suggest a mild to moderate association between human periodontal disease and certain systemic disorders such as diabetes mellitus, pneumonia, heart disease and preterm birth. The latest evidence, presented at a symposium entitled Periodontal Health and Systemic Disorders, sponsored by the University of Western Ontario School of Dentistry, showed that indeed such an association is likely. New data suggest that this association is not indicated by traditional clinical signs of periodontal disease but rather by a cluster of host immune and inflammatory mediators. The coming era of periodontal medicine based upon molecular criteria will affect the future of periodontal diagnosis, treatment and professional practice.
Added on: Apr 01, 2002 | File size: 144 bytes | Downloads: 614 | Comments: 0

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