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Careers 2021 - An Elite Learning Resource Guide

Careers 2021: An Elite Learning Resource Guide

Read This Issue Now! Welcome to the 2021 Elite Learning Careers Resource Guide The Careers 2021 issue will provide you with useful and timely information and tips from industry professionals that will help you grow and succeed as you navigate your career in healthcare…

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Link Between Gum Disease and Cognitive Impairment

Researchers looked at dental health over a 20-year period to study gum disease and its effects Gum disease, especially the kind that is irreversible and causes tooth loss, may be associated with mild cognitive impairment and dementia 20 years later, according to a study…

Teenage boy smoking a cigarette at risk for poor adolescent dental hygiene

Adolescent Dental Hygiene: Smoking and its Effects

Research spanning over 133 countries shows how smoking impacts dental hygiene in kids age 13-15 While the negative effects of smoking aren’t new news, the effects specific to adolescent dental hygiene required further investigation, which happened in the form of a recent study entitled…

Dentist teaching little girl how to brush teeth during National Children's Dental Health Month

5 Ways to Promote National Children’s Dental Health Month

Build relationships with your clients and their children by promoting National Children’s Dental Health Month this February. Family dental care encourages educating not only the parents but the children to develop life-long dental hygiene practices. This month is a great time to begin educating…

Metabolic Syndrome Can Result from Poor Oral Hygiene

Study from Japan shows connection to condition causing higher risk for heart disease, diabetes Periodontal or gum disease is known to be a significant risk factor of metabolic syndrome, a group of conditions increasing the risk for heart disease and diabetes. In a new…

Dentistry

Minor Changes to Dentistry Under New Administration

Dentistry Unlikely to see broad, sweeping changes Broad, sweeping dentistry reforms are not expected under the administration of President-elect Joe Biden because it is unlikely that Democrats will control the U.S. Congress, panelists said during an Association of Dental Support Organizations (ADSO) roundtable discussion…

Children’s Dental Health Month 

Celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month 

February marks a month of focus on pediatric oral health with National Children’s Dental Health Month National Children’s Dental Health Month is approaching, and the ADA is helping dentists celebrate the occasion with posters available to festoon dental offices. The 2021 slogan for Dental…

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