Proper diagnosis and staying abreast of the latest treatment strategies are the basis of effectively Managing this common dental complaint.
By Shelly Withers, RDH, MS, and Debra Zawistowski, RDH, BS
In-office treatment of this common dental complaint can provide effective relief.
By Harlan J. Shiau, DDS, DMSc
Many strategies are available to help patients
prevent or manage this common complaint.
By Faith Y. Miller, RDH, MSEd
Dental hygienists can help their patients
effectively address this common source of
discomfort by staying abreast of the latest
By Shelly Withers, RDH, MS;
Debra Friesen, RDH, MS; and
Yiming Li, DDS, MSD, PhD
Research supports a variety of techniques to treat this common
By Harlan Shiau, DDS, DMedSc
A variety of options is available to treat this common
By Richard D. Trushkowsky, DDS, FAGD, FICD, FACD, FADM
To effectively manage dentinal hypersensitivity, the causative
factors must first be identified.
By Denise M. Claiborne, RDH, BSDH, MS
Dentinal hypersensitivity often accompanies bruxism. Here’s how to
help patients manage this condition.
By Ronald E.Goldstein, DDS
Help your patients find relief from dentinal hypersensitivity with these current treatment options.
By Morey J. Gendler, DDS, and Mark S. Wolff, DDS, PhD
How to help patients undergoing whitening treatment avoid dentinal hypersensitivity.
By Kathleen B. Muzzin, RDH, MS
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