Open Access: The principle that research should be accessible online, for free, immediately after publication—is improving the way scholarly information is shared. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry has begun making select articles from Journal of Dentistry for Children available as open access articles.
Teaching Tool for Teledentistry Modeled with Pediatric Dentistry Residents
Reducing Pediatric Intraoral Radiography Radiation Dose Using Reduced-Power Dental X-Ray Units: A Randomized Trial
Guidance for Permanent First Molar Extraction in Molar-Incisor Malformation: Report of Two Cases
Evaluation of a Near-Infrared Light Transillumination Device for Caries Detection in Interproximal
Primary Molar Surfaces
A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing the Success of Mineral Trioxide Aggregate and Ferric Sulfate as Pulpotomy Medicaments for Primary Molars
Developmental Enamel Defects and Dental Caries in the Primary Dentition of Preterm Children
The Importance of Supervising Toothbrush Usage for Young Children at Risk of Lead Toxicity
Radiotherapy Impairs Adhesive Bonding in Primary Teeth: An In Vitro Study
Tooth Brushing Behaviors and Fluoridated Toothpaste Use Among Children Younger Than Three Years Old in Chicago.
Exposure to Electronic Screens and Children's Anxiety and Behavior During Dental Treatment
Understanding Oral Health Behaviors Among Children Treated for Caries Under General Anesthesia
Development of a Silver Diamine Fluoride Protocol in Safety Net Dental Settings