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Orem, Utah—"Just about there, bud. Holy cow, you're doing so good."

The U.S. Supreme Court will review a decision by the federal court of appeals affirming the Federal Trade Commission's claim that the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners' actions against certain teeth whitening services providers violated federal antitrust laws.

The Dental Group Practice Association, a nonprofit industry association representing more than 30 dental support organizations (DSOs), March 3 named Dr. Quinn Dufurrena its new executive director.

Washington—HIPAA-covered dental practices and other health care entities must report breaches of protected health information to the U.S. Office for Civil Rights under the federal breach notification rule. Reporting deadlines vary for breaches involving fewer or more than 500 individuals.

Show and tell can be a lot more productive than it was back in grammar school for practicing dentists who use The Chairside Instructor: A Visual Guide to Case Presentations.

Screening for diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol in the dental office could save the health care system up to $102.6 million each year, according to a study published by the ADA Health Policy Resources Center.

It's time to start planning for ADA 2014—America's Dental Meeting in San Antonio by ordering a print copy of the Preliminary Program.

The application deadline is April 25 for the ADA Foundation's Samuel Harris Fund for Children's Dental Health grant program.

Delta Dental unveiled a new risk-based dental insurance plan Jan. 1 for its employees in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio that reduces the number of cleanings each year for healthy adults.

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