The end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency means the CDC is no longer publishing community transmission levels, which were used by facilities to decide whether to require broader masking.
With the publishing date of the CDT 2024 kit approaching on Sept. 13, the ADA is reminding the dental world that the Association is the exclusive copyright owner of Current Dental Terminology, the Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature and the ADA Dental Claim Form.
The cover story looked at the color interference associated with a new translucent cement and two conventional opaque cements and how the thickness and shade of the restorations impacted that interference as well.
Hilton Israelson, D.D.S., a Texas-based periodontist and former ADA trustee, passed away on May 19. Dr. Israelson, who had been providing periodontal services to patients of greater Dallas since 1981, was an ADA trustee from 2011-15.
The Health Subcommittee of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee approved a bill May 17 that included several provisions supported by the ADA to help address shortages in the dental workforce.
The ADA proposed updates to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 to ensure that fiduciary responsibility is mandated to be disclosed to consumers and providers.
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