According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, developmental disabilities are “a set of disorders resulting from an impairment in one or more of the following areas: physical, cognitive, communicative, or […]
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Traditionally, esthetics has been concerned with improving the aesthetic appearance of the profile. An assessment of the profile without taking into consideration the frontal view has been the primary interest in classifying […]
[Penn Dental Medicine News] A bequest of $20 million is being made to Penn Dental Medicine in honor of an alumnus.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love The Penn Dental Medicine alum Dr. Arthur E. Corby (D’1917) finished his dental training one hundred and four years ago, and now his philanthropic efforts will […]
The study’s aim was to find out how dentists and patients felt about Dental Monitoring TM (also known as DM), an orthodontic telemonitoring app. The surveys were customized to serve the purpose […]
A preliminary qualitative study that evaluated risk factors affecting the use of digital and social media in the dental profession and dental education.
The term “digital and social networking” refers to internet-based applications that allow the production and sharing of user-generated content, as well as the related digital technology used to facilitate this development and […]
On the first of April this year, Philadelphia —Penn Dental Medicine opened its doors to underserved children and families in the community, offering free dental care in an effort to provide treatment […]
The psychometric characteristics of the item groups from the Oral Pathology exam can be seen in the dental hygiene curriculum.
In partnership with dentists, dental hygienists support people and communities in keeping and improving oral hygiene. The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) dental hygiene instructional standards enable biomedical science teaching to help […]
For any child who has lost a tooth, the tooth fairy is a welcome visitor. The fairy will not only leave a small present under the pillow, but the kid will also […]
Findings point to a role for saliva in SARS-CoV-2 transmission Scientists has found evidence that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, infects cells in the mouth. The findings point to the possibility […]
The most effective ways to minimize the risk of infective endocarditis, a heart infection caused by bacteria in the mouth, are good oral hygiene and routine dental treatment. Just four types of […]