Spring 2015

Visionary Work

Cells from dental pulp could be used to treat sight-stealing macular degeneration

More than 15 million Americans suffer from age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a disease that >>

Sjögren’s Invisible Symptoms

Patients manage to soldier on, despite fatigue, depression and cognitive issues, study finds

Sjögren’s syndrome is the second most common autoimmune disease, affecting as many as 4 >>

Can’t ‘Open Wide’

The challenges of treating patients with scleroderma

Scleroderma is an autoimmune disease that causes thickening and tightening of the skin. Patients >>

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Dental Art & Science

Maxillofacial prosthodontists help their patients overcome disfiguring trauma and rebuild their lives

One-Stop Health

Dentists upstairs, physicians downstairs. Integrated community clinics make it easier to care for patients—and for patients to take care of themselves

Myth Busters

There’s a lot of dubious data about dental care out there. Our experts offer advice for helping your patients separate fact from fiction

Maze of Questions

Five years after the passage of health-care reform, its impact on dentistry remains muddled 

Total Body Treatment

Tufts joins a select group in launching residency program in oral medicine 

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Horton Returns

Seuss collector comes back with more lost stories

His Mother’s Demons

A bittersweet memoir of growing up in the shadow of mental illness

Visionary Work

Cells from dental pulp could be used to treat sight-stealing macular degeneration

Professional Allies

New course educates dentists and hygienists in tandem

A Dental ‘Oscar’

Clinics for patients with special needs win national award