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To make the transition to practice a little easier, the ADA is providing senior dental students with a courtesy one-year subscription to the new ADA/PDR Dental Therapeutics Online, a comprehensive, user-friendly digital reference on drugs used in dentistry.

Arranged in three sections, ADA/PDR Dental Therapeutics Online (X064) contains drug information essential to solving patients' dental problems.  

Geneva—On March 20, dental professionals and others in more than 50 countries worldwide will be "Celebrating Healthy Smiles" on World Oral Health Day.

The Special Care Dentistry Association will hold its 26th Annual Meeting on Special Care Dentistry April 10-13 at the Westin Michigan Avenue in Chicago.

New Orleans—Volunteers from the Alliance of the American Dental Association made their charitable outreach and dental health education efforts look easy in the Big Easy during the AADA annual convention Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 2013.

Researchers reported in January that ancient humans developed cavities, toothaches and swollen gums—suffering the same oral maladies that modern humans face.

A new biopatch that can regenerate missing or damaged bone may be able to help people who need dental implants, according to researchers at the University of Iowa.

Wells Fargo Practice Finance is accepting entries for the 14th Annual Dental Office Design Competition.

Newark, N.J.—As a television reporter and producer, Elizabeth Fanciullo has covered the Kentucky Derby, two visits by President George W. Bush in southern Indiana, and flown in a B-17 bomber during an airshow.

Boston—The DentaQuest Foundation has renewed all 18 of its Oral Health 2014 Initiative grants.

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