June 2, 2015
by Kahaliah Richards
One of the most popular articles in dentistry today is written by a pediatric dental specialist at the University of Washington.
The article has a long, complicated title but upon reading it, I thought it should have been called “Dentistry 2.0″.
Here are some excerpts which point to the new thinking in Dentistry 2.0:
So, Dentistry 1.0 is all about surgical intervention without treating the underlying disease. By contrast, Dentistry 2.0 seems to be about finding those patients at high risk and treating the underlying disease to avoid surgical restoration and to improve the patient’s oral health and overall health.
Which version of dentistry do you think the aging population wants?
By: Ross Perry
SOURCED: Partners In Prevention – http://partnersinprevention.ca/dentistry-2-0/
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