4 Dental Health Tips for College Students

4 Dental Health Tips for College Students

College is one of the most life-changing experiences for your child and for you. Whether you are sending your first or fifth child off to college, the empty nest feeling is always bittersweet. You want to prepare them as much as possible so that their transition to college life is simpler. The last few weeks… Continue reading 4 Dental Health Tips for College Students

Finding a job in federal dentistry

Finding a job in federal dentistry

Almost 5,000 dentists work for the U.S. Public Health Service, the Department of Veterans’ Affairs or the military. Among the benefits with this professional choice: a base salary access to an assortment of nontaxable income and benefits a competitive compensation package that grows with years of service and promotions potential use of time to complete… Continue reading Finding a job in federal dentistry

Working together against oropharyngeal cancer

Working together against oropharyngeal cancer

The American Dental Association (ADA) and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have joined together to combine their efforts to prevent oropharyngeal cancers through educational outreach to increase HPV vaccination rates. The United States is experiencing an epidemic of cancers of the oropharynx (throat: the tonsils, base of tongue/lingual tonsil) related to human… Continue reading Working together against oropharyngeal cancer