by Kryssi McKiel, RDH, BS
Featured in the July issue of RDH Magazine
Armed with shiny new instruments, my brain buzzing with clinical information just itching to be put into practice, I was ready to take on gingivitis and periodontal disease.
by Karen Shelton, RDH
I am an anomaly. I have flossed and I have been obsessed with my teeth since childhood. I am almost as rare as the feather of a phoenix. And yet, I have a confession to make. I no longer use string floss.
by Sherri Warshaw, RDH
The pressure is on, and I am ready for the day. In walks a 6-foot-2 woman. I shake her hand, and I am immediately making mental notes of the size of her fingers versus her oral cavity.
by Marcia Weinstein, RDH, MS
While there may be an occasional use for you, you will no longer be part of a daily routine. You have served well in the past, but unfortunately you will not have that same role in the future.