Friday, October 7, 2022

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By Donna Smith, BSDH, MSEd, RDHAP Detection and assessment are important aspects of dental hygiene therapy. The preliminary examination can point the therapist toward the unique needs of each patient. Dental hygienists are trained to be observant—examining soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity to detect deviations from “normal” or “healthy” tissues. Detection of abnormal findings can...

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By Stephen K. Harrel, DDS The global pandemic has increased interest in the dangers of “aerosol-generating procedures.” This term originally referred to aerosol procedures directly associated with the hospital care of patients with acute COVID-19. Specifically, study was first focused on the risks of aerosols when removing breathing tubes and clearing the airways of patients with COVID-19 on...

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