evidence-based dentistry

evidence-based dentistry

a systematic practice of dentistry in which the dentist finds, assesses, and implements methods of diagnosis and treatment on the basis of the best available current research, the dentist's clinical expertise, and the needs and preferences of the patient.
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Forrest, RDH, EdD, received the 2017 Evidence-Based Dentistry Accomplished Faculty Award from the American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Association for Dental Research (AADR).
Rasines, Fluoride Toothpaste Prevents Caries in Children and Adolescents at Fluoride Concentrations of 1000 ppm and above, Evidence-Based Dentistry, 11, 6 (2010).
Evidence-Based Dentistry either publishes systematic reviews or summarises reviews from other organisations, like the Cochrane Collaboration.
According to the report, growing adoption of evidence-based dentistry will be a key driver for market growth.
The topics are evidence-based dentistry, microbiology, pulpal and periapical anatomy and physiology, pulpal and periapical pathology, medicine and pharmacology, diagnosis, diagnosis of non-endodontic disease entities, the treatment of endodontic disease, traumatic dental injuries, resorption, prognosis, and complications.
Awareness, knowledge and practice of evidence-based dentistry amongst dentists in Kuwait.
Evidence-based Dentistry (EBD) is a common approach in Dentistry particularly in developed nations.
Evidence-Based Dentistry On Laser Paediatric Dentistry: Review And Out-Look.
The American Dental Association had also defined evidence-based dentistry as An approach to oral health care that requires the judicious integration of systematic assessments of clinically relevant scientific evidence relating to the patient's oral and medical condition and history together with the dentist's clinical expertise and the patient's treatment needs and preferences5" (fig-1).
This is referred to as evidence-based dentistry, and we are beginning to incorporate this science to better meet the needs of our customers and help them receive benefits based on those needs.
She focuses on topics emphasized in periodontal residency graduate exams and the oral exam of the American Board of Periodontology, including evidence-based dentistry, anatomy, furcations, epidemiology and etiology, pharmacology, prognosis, occlusion, mucogingival therapy, inflammation, oral medicine and pathology, lasers, medical emergencies, and treatment planning.
Evidence-based dentistry advances the use of research evidence effectively in routine clinical practice and improves the dental health professionals\' knowledge regarding effective treatment measures, patient counselling and aid in clearing misconceptions towards various oral health issues.

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