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December 17, 2019 News News

New Study Seeks to Improve the Way Dentists Measure Children’s Pain During Appointments

by University of Washington

So, since childhood fears of the dentist last into adulthood and can lead to health problems, why isn’t more being done to understand young people’s experience of dental pain? That’s exactly what Cameron Randall, a clinical psychologist and acting assistant professor

November 24, 2019 News News

Tylenol And Ibuprofen Get Priority In Pittsburgh Dental School’s New Pain Relief Guidelines

by Post-Gazette

The University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine has started to use new opioid-free pain management guidelines in most outpatient procedures done in its clinics, in what may be a first in schools across the nation. For decades, doctors have

July 21, 2011 News Social networking

Twitterers avoid dental advice from their Peeps, errrhh Tweeps

by ken

From Dental Tribune – July 20, 2011 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., USA: Users of the microblogging service Twitter are tweeting extensively about their dental problems, a nationwide survey in the US has shown. It also revealed that most of those complaining

July 19, 2011 News Social networking

JDR publishes study titled ‘Public Health Surveillance of Dental Pain via Twitter’

by ken

From News Medical – July 19, 2011 The microblogging service Twitter is a new means for the public to communicate health concerns and could afford health care professionals new ways to communicate with patients. With the growing ubiquity of user-generated