The webinar takes place on Thursday, April 28 (12 pm CT to 1 pm CT).
- A longitudinal cohort study of opioid prescripti...
- Survival analysis of crown margin repair: A retr...
- Patterns of radiograph use in a population of co...
- Resilience Webinar Series Part 1: How Can Dentis...
- Preventing HPV Cancers in Action Part 2: Dentist...
- Disparities in dental health issues and oral hea...
- Effectiveness of barrier devices, high-volume ev...
A longitudinal cohort study of opioid prescriptions associated with nonsurgical dental visits among Oregon and New York state Medicaid beneficiaries, 2014-2016 (May 2022 Article 3)
JADA May 2022
Studies estimate that approximately one-third of all opioid prescriptions (Rxs) from dentists are associated with nonsurgical dental procedures, which suggests unwarranted opioid use.
Medicaid; opioid prescriptions.
Survival analysis of crown margin repair: A retrospective study in a dental school setting (May 2022 Article 2)
JADA May 2022
Repairing crowns with defective margins is minimally invasive and cost-effective compared with replacement. The authors’ objectives were to examine the survival trajectory of crown margin repairs and to determine the factors associated with survival.
Repair; crowns; replacement; margin; dental restoration; caries.
Patterns of radiograph use in a population of commercially insured children (May 2022 Article 1)
JADA May 2022
The objective of this study was to evaluate differences in number and type of radiographs used among 3 age groups (0-5, 6-12, 13-18 years) by general dentists, pediatric dentists, and other specialists, and to determine the association between number and type of radiographs and clinical need.
Bite-wing radiographs; dental specialty; age; children; panoramic radiographs; fullmouth radiographs; periapical radiographs.
Resilience Webinar Series Part 1: How Can Dentists Develop Emotional Resilience in a World Full of Stress?
American Dental Association on-demand
This presentation was recorded on April 19, 2022
Oral health care providers have been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last two years, providers have found innovative ways to prioritize patient safety and infection prevention, and weather financial setbacks. Focused on helping dentists in all career phases, this course gives learners 10 evidence-based resilience strategies to support their mental health and wellness. These techniques can support individuals, and can be used in all practice environments and educational settings, especially in times of uncertainty and prolonged stress. Presenter Sheela Raja, PhD, is an author, associate professor at University of Illinois Chicago, and director of the UIC College of Dentistry Resilience Center.
• Define toxic stress, trauma stewardship, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burnout
• Discuss risk factors for compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burnout in oral healthcare providers
• Understand evidence-based resilience strategies for healthcare providers
Preventing HPV Cancers in Action Part 2: Dentists As Vaccinators
This presentation was recorded on April 4, 2022.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased awareness of dentists as vaccinators—including the HPV vaccine. Please join Rosie Wagner DDS, Founder, Smiles By Rosie Family Dentistry and Isaac Zeckel DDS, Chief Dental Director, HealthLinc, to discuss the benefits of dentists as immunizers, steps to becoming a dentist immunizer, medicolegal considerations, and ways to increase access to care by providing a new vaccination setting, with innovative vaccination approaches that utilize on-site interdisciplinary teams.
• Learn the steps in becoming an immunizer, including registration with one's state database, training on storage, handling, and administration of vaccines, and necessary equipment purchases
• Learn about one FQHC’s collaborative practice to educate patients and administer the HPV vaccine while in the dental operatory
• Describe ways to increase access to care by providing a new vaccination setting
Presented by the ADA’s Council on Advocacy for Access and Prevention (CAAP).This course is free and open to all
Non-dentists and non-members are welcome to take this course. You’ll be asked for an ADA Login when registering. Creating an account is free and does not require membership. Follow the links below to create an account.
Non-dentists can create accounts here.
Most U.S. dentists and dental students, regardless of membership status, have an ADA number, which functions as your User ID. To retrieve your ID, please visit Forgot User ID
Disparities in dental health issues and oral health care visits in US children with tobacco smoke exposure (April 2022 Article 3)
JADA April 2022
The objective of the authors was to assess the relationships between tobacco smoke exposure (TSE) and dental health and dental care visits among US children.
Teeth; dental health; tobacco smoke pollution; secondhand smoke; thirdhand smoke; child; National Survey of Children’s Health.
Effectiveness of barrier devices, high-volume evacuators, and extraoral suction devices on reducing dental aerosols for the dental operator (April 2022 Article 2)
JADA April 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the importance of minimizing exposure to aerosols generated during dental procedures. The authors’ objective was to measure the aerosolized particles in the breathing zone of operators using several facial protection and filtration methods.
Aerosols; microscope; CDC; OSHA dental handpieces; filtration; SARS.
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