- Treatment in the dental practice of the patient ...
- Association between a child’s caries experience ...
- Choice of cement for single-unit crowns: finding...
- Hospital inpatient admissions for nontraumatic d...
- E-Cigarettes: What are the Facts Behind All that...
- Diagnostic Signs of Abuse
- Recognizing and Reporting Child Maltreatment: Ch...
Treatment in the dental practice of the patient receiving anticoagulation ther (July 2019 Article 2)
JADA July 2019
Background. The use of anticoagulants is ubiquitous in outpatient medical practice, with anticoagulants now among the most common classes of medications prescribed in the United States. Despite its safety, anticoagulation around minimally invasive dental procedures remains a source of discomfort for dental practitioners and a common reason for referral to specialist anticoagulation clinics. The introduction of new anticoagulant options, as well as the changing practice pattern in anticoagulant prescription, somewhat contributes to this situation. Reviewing the commonly used anticoagulants in outpatient medical practice, as well as their implications in dental practice, is integral to providing safe oral health care.
Keyy Words. Anticoagulation; antithrombotics; periprocedural management; dental practice; atrial fibrillation; venous thromboembolism.
Association between a child’s caries experience and the mother’s perception of her child’s oral health status (June 2019 Article 3)
JADA June 2019
Background. Mothers play a primary role in the health of their children. This role may be of particular importance for children in Appalachia who have increased caries relative to children in other regions of the United States. The authors examined the degree to which a child’s caries experience was in concordance with the mother’s perception of the health of her child’s teeth, and how concordance varied by sociodemographic factors.
Key Words. Mother-child relationship; oral health; caries; Appalachia.
Choice of cement for single-unit crowns: findings from The National Dental Practice-Based Research Network (June 2019 Article 2)
JADA June 2019
Background. In this article, the authors present clinical factors associated with the type of cement practitioners use for restoration of single-unit crowns.
Key Words. Resin cements; glass ionomer cements; dental bonding; restorative dentistry; fixed prosthetics; crowns.
Hospital inpatient admissions for nontraumatic dental conditions among Florida (June 2019 Article 1)
JADA June 2019
Background. In this study, the authors analyzed patterns, trends, and correlates of hospital inpatient admissions for nontraumatic dental conditions (NTDCs) in Florida for the calendar years 2006 through 2016.Keyy Words. Hospitalization; inpatients; caries; periapical diseases; periodontal diseases; dental pulp diseases; Florida; hospital charges; emergency service; hospital.
E-Cigarettes: What are the Facts Behind All that Vapor?
Use of E-cigarette products is at epidemic levels for teens and young adults.
The purpose of this webinar is to inform dental providers about the products,
trends for use, and health harms and benefits of e-cigarette use. The program
will also provide information about the effects of e-cigarette flavors on oral
health. Finally, participants will learn about the efforts to address the harms
that e-cigarette products pose to young people the first-of-its-kind e-cigarette
quit program to address the significant rise in youth vaping.
This is a recording from a 2019 Webinar from ADA's Council on Advocacy for Access and Prevention.
Diagnostic Signs of Abuse
Dental professionals may be the first or only point of contact for domestic violence victims in a health care setting and since as much as 75% of physical abuse involves injuries to the head, face, or neck areas, they may be the most capable of recognizing the signs of abuse. This webinar will provide guidance to the dental professionals to evaluate signs of suspected abuse and neglect. Actual cases will be provided as visual examples to help the dental team make a differential diagnosis before reporting suspected abuse to social services.Learning Objectives:
- Define abuse and neglect
- Describe the differences between inflicted injuries and accidental injuries
- Identify the professional team’s role in reporting suspected cases of abuse and neglect
Warning:This program contains discussion and graphic representation of violence that may be disturbing to some participants. Viewer discretion is advised.
Recognizing and Reporting Child Maltreatment: Child Abuse, Neglect, and Sex Trafficking of Minors
Dentists and other professionals are mandated to report suspected child abuse. Learn how to recognize signs of child abuse and neglect as well as potential indicators of sex trafficking of minors. This session will provide an overview of the child welfare system, child abuse reporting laws, risk factors and research on human trafficking of minors, and the role dentists and other professionals play in the protection of children.
- Recognize the role of the child welfare system in protecting children
- Summarize child abuse reporting laws
- Identify indicators of child maltreatment
- Give examples of human trafficking of minors
- Recognize dentists and other professionals’ role in protecting children
Courses from ADA 2018 Honolulu Now Available
Unable to attend the 2018 Annual Meeting in Honolulu? Not to worry! Select recorded content from ADA 2018 has been added to the CE Online Library.
About ADA CE Online
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