Table of Contents

October 2013
Volume 34, Issue 9
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From the Editor

From the Editor: Minimizing Risk

Louis F. Rose, DDS, MD

pp 650

The Voice

Executive Director of AAP Reflects on Past, Shares Plans for the Future

Ellen Meyer

pp 714

Continuing Education

Bridging the Gap Between Preventive and Restorative Dentistry: Identification of Caries Risk Factors and Strategies for Minimizing Risk

Pamela M. Maragliano-Muniz, DMD

pp 664-668; quiz 669

The Dentist’s Role in Diagnosis and Treatment of Halitosis

Stuart J. Froum, DDS, Kristina Rodriguez Salaverry, DDS, MS

pp 670-675; quiz 676

Business of Dentistry

Growing a Practice: Smart Use of Digital Tools Can Increase Revenue

James W. Ramey

pp 658-660

Departments

New Text Details Principles Behind Adhesive Dentistry

John Burgess, DDS

pp 662

Kois Center Case of the Month

“Training Teeth”: Transitional Resin Bonding for Diagnostic Purposes

Sandra Hulac, DDS

pp 686-690

Case Reports

One Abutment–One Time: The Negative Effect of Uncontrolled Abutment Margin Depths and Excess Cement—A Case Report

Alfonso Piñeyro, DDS, Lloyd M. Tucker, DMD, MSD

pp 680-684

Special Report

Adhesive Dentistry: 2013 and Into the Future

David S. Alleman, DDS, Simone Deliperi, DDS

pp 698-699

3M ESPE’s High-Performing Adhesives: Meeting the Wide Array of Dentists’ Needs

pp 700

BISCO ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL®: A Reliable, Effective One-Bottle Adhesive Solution

pp 702

DENTSPLY Caulk’s Prime&Bond Elect® Universal Adhesive—All About Strength and Simplification

pp 704

Pulpdent High on Total-Etch Adhesion Today, Sees Rise in Bioactive Materials Ahead

pp 706

Shofu Focusing on “Healing Adhesives” for 6th and 7th Generations and Beyond

pp 708

Ultradent’s Peak® Universal Adhesive Performs As Self-Etch Or Total-Etch—Without Compromise

pp 710

Clinical Updates

Retrieval of a Defective Cement-Retained Implant Prosthesis

Todd R. Schoenbaum, DDS, FACD, Edward A. McLaren, DDS, MDC, MDS

pp 692-696

Online Only

An Unusual Case of Gingival Enlargement: Peripheral Odontogenic Fibroma

Rania Livada, DDS, MS, Norman Fine, DMD, MS, Jacob Shiloah, DMD

e 87-90

Maxillofacial Prosthetics: History to Modern Applications. Part 2 – Speech and Swallow Prostheses

Gregory J. Paprocki, DDS

e 91-95

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