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March 22, 2012 News ClinicalCranio facial painPain managementResearch

Pioneering Pain Scientist Dubner Wins Dentistry’s Distinguished Scientist Award

by ken

  Newswise — Ronald Dubner, PhD, DDS, of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry was honored today with the 2012 Distinguished Scientist Award by the American Association for Dental Research (AADR). The AADR presents the award every two years to

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

August 11, 2011 News AnatomyNew TechnologiesOcclusionPain managementRepetitive stress injury

Relief for Chronic Migraines & Pain – YOU TUBE “RUbLES”

by ken

I know, lousy word play…..but check this out and the associated videos.. Related articles New Migraine, Not The Same As The Old Migraine (everydayhealth.com) What Makes a Migraine a Migraine? (everydayhealth.com) Alternative Therapies for Migraines (everydayhealth.com)

April 8, 2011 News Pain management

Coffee table books personalize the Comprehensive Dental Experience

by ken

In a world of CAD/CAM dentistry, the inevitable has to be that people will share the information on their dental treatment as much as they will share their visit to Costa Esmeralda (a stay in the presidential suite of the

April 7, 2011 News EndodonticsPain management

It’s a Mythtery to me

by ken

Want to take advantage of the Mobile Me cloud to share two of the more important articles I know to address Endodontic Pain as it relates to antibiotics and effective therapeutic regimens.  Because a blog goes viral, I’d urge you

March 15, 2011 News Pain management

Opioid prescribing practices put patients at risk, study finds

by ken

by Carla Weeks – Globe and Mail, March 14, 2011 Tylenol 3 and Percocets are routinely used for dental pain –  READ THIS ARTICLE – click on link and then read below…….. Some family physicians write dramatically higher numbers of prescriptions

February 21, 2011 News AnaesthesiaPain management

Is articaine better for infiltrations?

by ken

By Laird Harrison, Senior Editor -Dr. Bicuspid — Articaine worked better than competing anesthetics in seven out of 10 randomized clinical trials of infiltration analyzed for a review presented at the recent American Association for Dental Research (AADR) meeting in Washington, DC. But

February 9, 2011 News Pain management

Pain, complain, the brain, disdain – may all be easily explained

by ken

Some of us are born to be a pessimistic, says study. The chemical NPY in the brain affects the way in which we see the world. Image via Wikipedia Researchers at University of Michigan discovered that levels of a molecule

June 26, 2010 News Pain management

Look into my eyes, deeper, deeper…………………

by ken

Hypnosis in dentistry (Hypnodontics) Hypnosis is no longer seen with mysticism and the occult, and increasingly has gained importance in the scientific world. Brazil was regulated by the CFO (Federal Council of Dentistry) use. Hypnosis and Dentistry Hypnosis when used in dentistry to