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Caviar Tongue: Are Dental Hygiene Patients Displaying Signs of “Aging?”

Caviar tongue is a condition recognized by purplish veins located on the ventral side of the tongue. Veins are normally visible underneath (ventrally) the...

20 Ways Dental Patients Drive Dental Hygienists Crazy

Dental hygienists adore their patients and look forward to treating them every day. Here are 20 actions by dental patients, though, that are sure...

A Patient’s Story of Tori Removal

NOTE: This story and associated photos are all used with express, written permission from the patient. Who among us has had a patient that taking...

Peroxide Use in Dentistry: Is it Safe for Oral Health Care?

Every so often, a patient will admit to rinsing regularly with undiluted 3% hydrogen peroxide. If you’re anything like me, your mind immediately envisions...

Cold, Flu, and Sinus Infections: Dental Care while Sick with Viruses

It's that time of year when patients and dental professionals are more vulnerable to getting sick from the seasonal flu or common cold. Many...
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