By Nelson L. Rhodus, D.M.D., M.P.H., F.I.C.D. From the March-April 2015 Issue of Northwest Dentistry A potential long-term complication of chronic rheumatoid arthritis (as well as osteoarthritis1 and other types, including fractures that do not heal and avascular necrosis) is the ultimate destruction of particular joint structures to the degree that the joint must be replaced with synthetic materials. Patients with prosthetic […] Read More »