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January 11, 2022 Video APPsDental Video

Weekly Wisdom: 2 Great Apps to Help You Prescribe Medication

by Oral Health

  Dr. Sanj Mohanta recommends using these two apps when prescribing medication for patients in this episode of Weekly Wisdom.     Subscribe to Oral Health’s weekly e-newsletter to have the latest episode delivered straight to your inbox every week!

January 27, 2020 News News

Higher Education: McMaster Partners with Ont. Company to Research Dissolvable Oral Strips

by David Yasvinski, The Growth Op

Rapid Dose Therapeutics (RDT) is going back to school. The Ontario-based company has partnered with McMaster University — and secured a $540,000 grant from the Canadian government — to advance its drug delivery system by developing “novel biopolymer compositions” that

July 30, 2019 News DentistryNews

Missouri Restricts Dentists’ Prescriptions Of Opioids

by KCTV News

A new Missouri law limits the amount and types of opioid pain medications dentists can prescribe. The bill, signed earlier this month, tells dentists to restrict opioid prescriptions to no more than the equivalent of 10 regular Vicodin pills per

July 19, 2018 News News

Pain Meds for Dental Work May Have Affected Cory Monteith’s Sobriety

by CTV Vancouver

Editor’s Note: This isn’t the type of news we would normally share on our website, but with the recent opioid crisis it’s an interesting case to look at. The star’s mother is suggesting medication prescribed after a dental procedure triggered

September 3, 2011 News General News

Wellness – Prescribing Exercise to Treat Depression

by ken

Thanks to Paul Martin and Jean Chretien, Canadians are not experiencing the disaster many are experiencing south of the border down Washington way.  And yet, medical histories are showing an abundance of SSRI usage, financial problems plague treatment planning, jobs

January 5, 2011 News Oral Surgery

Is Oral Surgery Safe When Taking Blood Thinning Medications

by ken

Posted by Dr. Todd Welch on Jan 5, 2011 in Oral Surgery This questions brings up two important topics: what does warfarin do and what are the consequences for tooth removal or any other oral surgical procedures. Let’s take them