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January 28 2014

January 28, 2014  
 

This bulletin updates you on the 3 components of JCDA Oasis

Oasis Discussions
Oasis Help
www.jcda.ca

 

First Contribution on Oasis Discussions from the Faculty of Dentistry at McGill University

We are pleased to feature two initial posts by the Faculty of Dentistry at McGill University. Dr. Simon Tran led a group of dentists and students in drafting the two posts:

Is There an Association between Maternal Periodontitis and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes?

The Bidirectional Relationship between Periodontitis and Diabetes: How Should Patients Affected by Either or Both These Diseases be Managed?

 

e-Referral Service Registration Process

As promised in last week’s JCDA Oasis Bulletin, we have prepared a detailed post on how to register for the e-Referral service.

Click here to read the post.

 

Results of our survey on what stresses you and your team the most

You have been numerous in responding to our survey on major stress points encountered in your dental practice. The aim of the survey is to identify the most common topics and provide you with tips, best practices, and reviews on how these could be handled. Click here to view the results.

  • Human Resources
  • Patient Related
  • Professional Issues
  • Practice Management
  • Clinical Matters



 
 

Is There an Association between Maternal Periodontitis and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes?

Pregnancy is a normal physiological process that may sometimes result in adverse events like preterm birth, low birth weight (LBW) and/or pre-eclampsia. A multitude of risk factors may increase the incidence of these adverse pregnancy outcomes (APOs), including maternal periodontitis.

Read the post

   

The Bidirectional Relationship between Periodontitis and Diabetes: How Should Patients Affected by Either or Both These Diseases be Managed?

This summary is based on a series of articles published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology (2013, 40 Supplement 14)

Read the post

   

Update with author’s response: What will it be: Ibuprofen or acetaminophen for pain relief after surgical removal of lower wisdom teeth?

This is an update of the summary presented on December 17th, 2013. Based on our readers’ comments and questions, we have sought answers from the author.

Original post
Read the updated post

 

 
 

The following medical conditions are available on Oasis Help:

Get involved with Oasis Help! We invite individuals and groups of general dentists, dental specialists, physicians and pharmacists to join our project as authors, reviewers, and content and translation advisors. Email us at oasishelp@cda-adc.ca

 
 

Inequity in Oral Health Care for Elderly Canadians: Part 2. Causes and Ethical Considerations
Drs. Chao Shu Yao and Michael I. MacEntee

Elderly Canadians face inequitable oral care because of financial, behavioural and physical barriers. The dental profession and the community at large have a social responsibility to reduce this inequity. This is the second instalment in a 3-part series of articles examining oral health care for elderly Canadians.

Read more…

 

Managing Patients with a Loose Implant Abutment Screw
Dr. Stewart Hum

Diagnosis and treatment of a loose implant abutment screw.

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Letter: Financial Recruitment Incentive Programs for Dentists in Newfoundland and Labrador
Dr. Maria Mathews and Dana Ryan

Identifying effective means to recruit dentists to rural communities is an ongoing priority for the profession. In Newfoundland and Labrador, rural communities (population less than 10,000), are home to over 40% of the population, but only a much smaller percentage of the province’s 185 dentists practice in remote areas.

Read more…

 

Visit our Oasis Discussions website to submit the most critical questions relating to your everyday practice. Or, call our toll-free line at 1-855-71-OASIS and leave us a message with your questions. We welcome a broad range of questions about diagnosis and treatment, techniques, materials, instruments, and devices or therapeutic agents. We encourage you to send us your questions as they arise.

Our goal is to have JCDA Expert panellists answer your questions as quickly as possible and share them through our various channels of knowledge translation.

You can help: Please send us the most common restorative emergency scenarios to which you need answers at oasisdiscussions@cda-adc.ca 


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