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    Scientific Newsletter

    2021

    INFECTION CONTROL ISSUE | OCTOBER 2021

    This October let’s turn our focus back to infection control and discuss the need for the reconsideration of our practices during procedures requiring anaesthesia as well as how our steps to treating emergency pediatric patients have changed since the Covid-19 pandemic.

    PAIN CONTROL ISSUE | AUGUST 2021

    Read this month’s newsletter on periodontal health to learn more about the benefits of probiotics as an adjunct to scaling and root planing to combat periodontal disease, as well as the impact of occlusal trauma and how it relates to periodontitis.

    RESTORATIVE ISSUE | SEPTEMBER 2021

    The month of September brings us a newsletter focused on restorative dentistry! Read on to learn more about polymerization shrinkage in composite resins and the amazing evolution of aesthetic dentistry that has brought us so many advancements.

    PERIODONTAL ISSUE | JULY 2021

    Read this month’s newsletter on periodontal health to learn more about the benefits of probiotics as an adjunct to scaling and root planing to combat periodontal disease, as well as the impact of occlusal trauma and how it relates to periodontitis.

    INFECTION CONTROL | JUNE 2021

    In this month’s newsletter, we learn more about managing infection control and reducing risk during the Covid-19 pandemic. Read on for a comprehensive review of infection control and cross-contamination challenges surrounding intraoral digital imaging.

    MEDICAL EMERGENCIES ISSUE | MAY 2021

    Read this month’s newsletter on medical emergencies where you will find information on how to combat the difficulties handling a medical emergency during Covid-19 and why it is important for the entire dental team to learn the principles of oxygen therapy.

    SURGICAL ISSUE | MARCH 2021

    Read this month’s newsletter on periodontal health to learn more about wound healing monitoring after the surgery as an important concern in dentistry and how it has been extensively studied in the past, both in animals and in humans.