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Patients will be grateful for cancelled appointments due to medical symptoms

Do patients accept your medical reasons for postponing dental treatment? Susan Quan, RDH, explains how doctors and staff could be concerned about lost production, but sometimes a dental patient's overall health is more important.

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Memory tricks: How dental hygienists can better remember drug names

Can a bicycle and its round wheels help you remember why your patient is using cyclosporine? Claire Jeong, RDH, explains a few memory tricks for staying updated on the product names used in pharmacology.

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Auger answers a question about RDH Evolution, and then writes an article

Amber Auger, RDH, explains one of the objectives for her seminar during the upcoming conference in Chicago on April 5-8. Then her article, "Follow the Quest," explains how the conference will "declutter your truest desires."

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Should dental professionals avoid nitrous oxide exposure during pregnancy?

Colleen Olson, RDH, follows up on a question about pregnancy and dental x-rays with a similar one regarding nitrous oxide. Yes, the answer is the same, but Colleen shares some research data regarding nitrous oxide and pregnancy.

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Can employers require drug tests even though marijuana is legal?

An employer working in a state that has legalized marijuana asks DentistryIQ's human resources experts about the drug policies that he's allowed to enforce in the dental setting.

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Invisalign drops TRIOS compatibility in the United States

Dr. Chris Salierno, editor of Dental Economics, explains what Invisalign's recent decision means to dental practices.

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