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Oral cancer screenings are occurring, but do they happen often enough?

Statistics from Sikka Software indicate that the average U.S. dental practice conducts slightly more than nine oral cancer screenings a month. We take a look at the reasons why more are not being performed.

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Ethical dilemma: Dental hygienists who work while sick

Sick patients and sick clinicians pose a challenge in that small operatory. One mother scheduled a dental appointment in conjunction with a medical appointment for strep throat so she could accomplish two tasks at once. What is the right course of action?

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Tonsil stones: Symptoms, prevention, and treatment in the dental setting

Amber Auger, RDH, writes that the dental screening and treatment for tonsillar inflammation and stones can help patients experience relief from severe throat and ear pain.

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Vote on the Heart to Hands video entries

Dental hygienists share their stories about what the dental hygiene profession means to them, recording short videos about their careers. Please vote to help select the recipients of the Heart to Hands Award.

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Why is saying goodbye to your dental practice so hard?

Kimberly Morgan, RDH, recently had to leave her dream practice due to her spouse's relocation. It's very hard to say goodbye. She shares her experience of the daunting task of finding new friends to replace her former colleagues.

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When patients cancel: Scripts to use for canceled hygiene appointments

Betty Hayden outlines some strategies for the front desk to consider when patients attempt to cancel their "cleaning appointment." The front office representative on the phone shouldn't say "no problem" and not even attempt to reschedule.

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Articles about the development of new products

DentistryIQ.com publishes numerous articles about trending products within the dental profession. Recent articles, for example, have explained the development of a wrist band to reduce cord drag, as well as teething products for young children.

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