Management of Patients with Prosthetic Joints

New clinical practice guidelines conclude that, in general, prophylactic antibotics are not recommended prior to dental procedures to prevent prosthetic joint infections. Read More

 

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 Dr. Thomas Sollecito and Dr. Elliot Abt discuss the use of prophylactic antibiotics prior to dental procedures in patients with prosthetic joints.

 

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

Featured: Advanced Evidence Based Dentistry Workshop

New York University School of Dentistry

Apply for Upcoming ADA/NYUCD Advanced EBD Workshop:  February 9-13, 2015

The ADA Center for Evidence-Based Dentistry is now collaborating with NYU College of Dentistry to offer this one-week intensive course on evidence-based dentistry (EBD); this advanced course was formerly offered as the ADA/Forsyth EBD Course.

Dr. Cheng has four published critical summaries on the EBD website, with the most recent titled "No clear evidence exists favoring self-etch primers or conventional acid-etch techniques in orthodontic bonding." 

-Dr. Linda Cheng, DDS, FAGD, ABGD
Assistant Professor
Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry