EBD Champions Conference for 2015

Registration is now open!
 
November 3-4, 2015 in Washington, DC to be held in conjunction with ADA 2015 — America's Dental Meeting®

 

Evidence-Based Dentistry

EBD improves patient care by integrating three important aspects of clinical practice:
1. A dentist's expertise
2. A patient's needs and preferences
3. The best available scientific evidence

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ADA Science Podcast

Click here to listen in as ADA Evidence-Based Dentistry Champion, Dr. Partha Mukherji discusses how he implements EBD into his practice.

 

New to EBD? Watch a quick tutorial.

Five- to 10-minute tutorials give you a quick understanding of basic EBD principles. Modules include EBD Overview and Series on Statistics. Watch now

Dietary fluoride supplement recommendations remain unchanged in light of the new recommendations for community water fluoridation in the United States

These dietary fluoride supplement recommendations are intended for children and adolescents at high risk of developing dental caries and whose primary source of drinking water is deficient in fluoride (i.e., communities with natural fluoride levels below or equal to 0.6 ppm). Since the current fluoride recommendation for Community Water Fluoridation is higher, i.e., 0.7 ppm, the 2010 ADA Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry recommendations remain appropriate. Dentists and physicians should check on their community fluoridation levels from their local water authority before prescribing dietary fluoride supplements to their patients. 
 

Professor Byrne has ten published critical summaries on the EBD website, with the most recent published in the January 2015 issue of JADA titled "Peri-implant marginal bone loss is minimal after 5 years of function".

G Bryne-Gerard Byrne, BA, BDentSc, MSD
Associate Professor
University of Nebraska
College of Dentistry