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Pathways to Infection Prevention

Pathways to Infection Prevention
Presented by: Dental Learning Credits: 3 CE

Infection prevention is essential to provide safe care and to protect patients, dental healthcare workers, and the community at large. The emergence or reemergence of infectious diseases such as SARS, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, and avian flu variants again highlight the importance of infection prevention in all settings. At the same time, microbial antibiotic resistance is increasing and a scenario where antibiotics are no longer effective against infectious diseases can be foreseen.

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Practice Marketing : People Are Your Portfolio

Practice Marketing : People Are Your Portfolio
  • Bob Alaburda
  • Aug 5, 2013

It was a tempting offer. Sign on the dotted line, and make your critics disappear. Perhaps you've heard the story.

 

Stacy Makhnevich, a New York dentist, tried eliminate negative online reviews with a patient contract that promised “additional privacy.” The agreement granted the dentist copyright over any online reviews posted by her patients, which provided a legal pathway for quickly and easily removing any criticism.

 

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The Top 5 Worst Movie Dentists of All Time

The Top 5 Worst Movie Dentists of All Time
  • Bob Alaburda
  • May 29, 2013

While many dentists strive to provide the perfect Hollywood smile, dentistry rarely receives star treatment in return. From a drunken dentist in Vegas to a singing sadist on Skid Row…one thing is for certain: these dentists are as bad as they come. Here are the 5 worst dentists that have graced the silver screen, wreaking havoc on themselves and their patients.


#5. Ed Helms -- The Hangover

 

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Restorability and Treatment with the Single-Unit Crown

Restorability and Treatment with the Single-Unit Crown
Presented by: Dental Learning Credits: 2 CE

Restorative dentistry is both art and science used to restore the dentition that is worn, damaged or missing due to disease, injury, age or failure of previously placed restorations and for esthetics. The restorative procedures vary greatly depending on the complexity of the clinical case; the health, finances and desires of the patient; and the preferences of the clinician. The single-unit, full-coverage crown is one of the most common restorations in dentistry.

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Evacuation Lines, Environmental Surfaces, and Dental Unit Waterlines

Evacuation Lines, Environmental Surfaces, and Dental Unit Waterlines
Presented by: Dental Learning Credits: 2 CE

The treatment of environmental surfaces and dental unit waterlines (DUWs) is required for adequate infection prevention. Environmental surfaces include both clinical contact and housekeeping surfaces. Clinical contact surfaces must be treated with barrier protection or cleaned and disinfected for each and every patient, in accordance with guidelines, to prevent indirect transmission of microorganisms and disease.

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