Putting Education to Work

When I graduated from dental school, Continuing Education was the last thing on my mind. I was certain that I had learned all that I … more

Managing Oral Mucositis Cancer Therapy

The goal of this paper is to present oral mucositis management approaches that are currently available in Canada. It is currently estimated that over 500 Canadians … more

A Tale of Two Lasers

Laser therapy is not a foreign concept in most dental practices, as many practitioners include soft tissue surgical lasers in their arsenal of high-tech equipment. … more

Integrated Sterilization

Over the past five decades, the dangers of microbial threats in the dental practice have been more specifically recognized, and more definitively addressed, than ever … more

Drug Shortages

In February of 2012, many Canadians became aware of an issue that had been lying dormant for many years: drug shortages. Sandoz, a division of … more

Coronectomy: A review

One of the most common procedures in oral surgery is the removal of third molars. Third molars may be erupted, partially impacted and completely impacted. … more

The Big Picture Of Low Back Pain

Low back pain in the dental profession is quite prevalent. I have written oLn the pervasiveness of this, and the development of it, in previous … more