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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

October 29, 2019 News News

A New System To Measure Pain More Accurately Could Help Fight The Opioid Addiction Crisis

by Roberto Molar Candanosa, Northeastern University

Struggling to assess pain based on a zero-to-ten scale is not an uncommon issue when doctors treat patients, especially because the concept of how painful something is can vary from person to person. It’s difficult to put a number on

October 13, 2019 News News

Dentists Closely Watching Pain Management Study

by News 3 Las Vegas

The National Institute of Health is putting its money where its mouth is in the opioid crisis by shelling out nearly $12 million for a long-term study to determine if non-addictive pain medication like acetaminophen and ibuprofen are as effective

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