Texas Mission of Mercy event helps hurricane victims

Volunteers provided over $524,000 of charitable care to 653 patients in two days

Snapshots of American Dentistry — October 15, 2018

Hours worked by gender, age

Harvard student receives Foundation research award

Dr. R. Frederick Lambert is the recipient of the 2018 ADA Foundation Crest and Oral-B Promising Researcher Award

Patient safety conference in Orlando, Fla., in December

Conference aims to help attendees discuss how to detect, understand and mitigate dental care-related harm.

Equipment enhances ADA Laboratory work

The lab has purchased and is using new equipment that will allow it to expand its capabilities

Longtime policy, economics researcher Dr. Howard Bailit dies

Farmington, Conn. — Dr. Howard Bailit, a longtime educator and health policy and economics researcher, died Oct. 2. He was 80 years old.

Credit card scams hit California dentists

Street gangs target and intimidate our families and businesses to feed their criminal enterprise.

Illinois State Dental Society Foundation serves over 1,100 at MOM event

The Illinois State Dental Society Foundation took over the Bank of Springfield Center in Springfield for its biennial Mission of Mercy.

Clear aligner companies intensify dispute with new lawsuit

3Shape alleges rival Align is stifling competition illegally in attempt to gain monopoly in market

Patients, dentists can report to FDA issues with direct to consumer dentistry devices

Patients and dentists can report issues with medical devices to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, including any problems they have had with devices related to direct to consumer, or DTC, dental laboratory products.