The award-winning Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society is published quarterly and contains a variety of articles on treatment methods, clinical diagnosis, medical and dental research, and professional and business information of interest to dentists.
Dental procedures involving drilling at very high speeds generate debris, such as amalgam, tooth enamel, and calculus, often also traveling at high speeds. In the absence of proper protection, this debris may find its way into the eyes of the practitioner or dental assistant. This article describes the eyewear recommended to avoid serious injury.
Also in this issue:
• Substance Abuse and Tooth Destruction
• Dental Practice Demographics in Massachusetts
• A New Integrated Oral Health and Care Model in Primary Education
Past Journal Issues
Published twice annually, Word of Mouth is a consumer publication created as an avenue to communicate important dental health information to the public. Articles in Word of Mouth come from dental health care professionals of the American Dental Society and the Massachusetts Dental Society, as well as other sources.
Past Word of Mouth Issues
Published six times annually, the MDS Connection is a great source to stay informed of state and federal legislative issues, actions taken by the Board of Trustees, and Council and Committee activities. Each issue contains valuable classified ad listings, announcements of new membership benefits, and special programs.
Past MDS Connection Issues