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Weekly Wisdom: The Importance of Interviewing Patients

by Oral Health

  In this week’s Weekly Wisdom video, Dr. Mark Lin explains how important interviewing patients is and what questions you should be asking.   Subscribe to Oral Health’s weekly e-newsletter to have the latest episode delivered straight to your inbox each week!  

December 21, 2011 News EndodonticsYouTube

Endodontic Diagnosis – the world of cone beam me up Scotty!

by ken

I have a dream for this blog – I want to see an ancillary clinical forum exist called MENTOR – Multi-platform Educational Nexus Terminal for Online Resources. The day will come when hopefully, all the dentists in this country will

September 21, 2011 News AwardsGeneral News

Think too much Part A

by ken

I often wonder if over-analyzing anyhing is a positive or a negative. Obviously, second guessing yourself is dangerous, but in the context of getting as much information from a patient as possible, do we set ourselves up to fail as

September 13, 2011 News Endodontics

3 rooted maxillary premolars

by ken

Wonderful presentation!The maxillary premolars have a higly variable anatomy. The maxillary premolars with three distinct roots are extremely rare, especially the second maxillary premolar.This new video describes the diagnosis and clinical management of first and second maxillary premolars with three

June 14, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomography

cbCT – Lesion size considerations

by ken

From Dr. Fred Barnett and those of us who are trying to learn the nuances of cbCT diagnosis online as it should be. Related articles Certify me, certify you blues….understanding cbCT (blogohj.oralhealthjournal.com) Certify me, certify you blues – understanding the

May 16, 2011 News ElearningEndodontics

What’s your diagnosis doctor?

by ken

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May 4, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomographyCranio facial painDigital radiographyEvidence based dentistryGeriodonticsPathology

The Hidden Cause of Sinusitis in Seniors

by ken

From Worldental.org Dental Health Magazine Chronic sinusitis is a condition currently affecting approximately 13% of the Americans. On a yearly basis, there are $6 billion spent and 13 million visits made to the doctor because of this complaint. Some patients get

April 19, 2011 News General News

Alzheimer’s Diagnostic Guidelines Updated for First Time in 27 Years

by ken

By Angela Haupt – The first new diagnostic guidelines for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly 30 years expand the definition to include patients with earlier stage symptoms, emphasizing that the disorder begins wreaking havoc on the brain years before it can

April 6, 2011 News ImplantologyInnovations in dentistry

The McKenzie brothers are not the only truly famous Canadians

by ken

From Dr. Bicuspid and the very lovely Kathy Kincade April 6, 2011 — A team of Canadian researchers is developing a diagnostic tool they say can enhance the early detection and monitoring of peri-implant inflammation and thereby reduce the number

April 5, 2011 News Digital radiography

What’s your diagnosis doc?

by ken

In the immortal words of Bugs Bunny, “Eh, what’s up doc?”What do YOU think you’re looking at??  Post your thoughts in the comments section below.

January 21, 2011 News General News

bioAnalytics launches HeartFriendly™ Dentist Program with the Dental Health Group of Burlington Using Biosign UFIT® Health Monitor

by ken

TORONTO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ – Biosign Technologies Inc. (TSXV: BIO) and bioAnalytics Inc. announced today that the Dental Health Group in Burlington, Ontario, has deployed the HeartFriendly Dentist™ program, which utilizes the UFIT®TEN-10 Health Monitor. “Our mandate for the HeartFriendly™ Dentist program is to support

January 21, 2011 News Cone beam computed tomographyDigital radiographyEndodontics

The certify me, certify you blues….cbCT in endodontic diagnosis..where is Ricky Gervais when you need him?

by ken

by Jason J. Hales D.D.S., M.S. Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is a valuable tool in endodontic diagnosis. The following case illustrates how CBCT provides added diagnostic information not available through traditional 2D imaging. This patient was referred to our

September 4, 2010 News Cone beam computed tomography

Where or rather who is Waldo?

by ken

What’s your diagnosis doctor; what’s your treatment plan? Related articles by Zemanta Facebook Places knows where Waldo is! (scottpaterson.org)

July 16, 2010 News Cone beam computed tomography

But not for everyone in Ontario……problematic, pathetic or pity..

by ken

I have no affiliation with any product being shown in this You Tube video.  I find it unconscionable that I cannot purchase and use small FOV cbCT in my Ontario office to facilitate diagnosis at a level consistent with nine