New Research Featured by the American Dental Education Association
A new Michigan OPEN paper has been featured by the American Dental Education Association. Authored by Dr. Romesh Nalliah, BDS, MHCM and Michigan OPEN clinical information analyst Brooke Kenney, MPH, the research focused on 329 patients who underwent either surgical or routine dental extractions and found that patients who used opioids after their procedure reported higher levels of pain than those who did not. Patient satisfaction was found to be similar among opioid and nonopioid users. Read the paper here.