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Periodontal care in general practice: 20 important FAQs – Part two Reena Wadia

This is the second in a two-part series that aims to summarise answers to common questions facing dentists in general practice. The first part of this series is entitled ‘Periodontal care in general practice: 20 important FAQs − Part one’... Continue Reading →

Screw retained vs. cement retained implant-supported fixed dental prosthesis

A fixed dental prosthesis can be secured to an endosseous implant via cementation (using a provisional or definitive cement) on an implant abutment that is screw retained to the implant or directly in the implant via screw retention. The clinical... Continue Reading →

The Dalhousie Removable Partial Denture Manual

This undergraduate manual for removable prosthodontics provides a comprehensive and systematic guide to the assessment, design and delivery of the partial prosthesis. AA Click here for the manual

The ‘rationale’ behind occlusal adjustment

It seems as though occlusion is having its second...third or even fourth renaissance. Key Topics in Restorative Dentistry is one of many platforms that have provided teaching or lecturing on the somewhat expansive subject. One aspect of 'occlusal theory' is... Continue Reading →

Step-by-Step Approaches for Anterior Direct Restorative Challenges by Fahl

This article, the second in a two-part series, continues the discussion of a conservative, effective, and artistic philosophy for performing esthetic direct anterior composite restorations based on the principles of emulating the proper form, color, and function of natural dentition.... Continue Reading →

Dental Implant Fractures – Aetiology, Treatment and Case Report by Goiato

This study aimed to investigate the etiology, clinical manifestations, and treatment options of dental implants fractures through a literature review and to relate a clinical report. Click here for the paper

Root end surgery UR1 and cyst removal by John Rhodes

An informative video with some brilliant footage of the management of a upper right central incisor. https://youtu.be/EaMxV8kNCWo

Immediate implant placement: treatment planning and surgical steps for successful outcome

The methods and modes through which we place implants vary greatly from the classic studies conducted by Branemark and colleagues-these were largely delayed and the prosthesis had a distinct design with highwater cylinders allowing good access for oral hygiene. As... Continue Reading →

Ferrule Effect – Literature Review

Preserving intact coronal and radicular tooth structure, especially maintaining cervical tissue to create a ferrule effect, is considered to be crucial for the optimal biomechanical behavior of restored teeth. The ferrule effect has been extensively studied and still remains controversial... Continue Reading →

Continued apexogenesis of immature permanent incisors following trauma by Welbury & Walton

Two cases of trauma to immature teeth are described which differed significantly in their initial severity. However, both subsequently presented with continued apical root formation. In the two cases a histological examination after tooth removal confirmed continued apical development ot... Continue Reading →

Endodontics and the ageing patient

Patients are living longer and the rate of edentulism is decreasing. Endodontic treatment is an essential part of maintain-ing the health and well-being of the elderly. Retention of natural teeth improves the quality of life and the overall healthand longevity... Continue Reading →

Clinical guide to periodontology: Reconstructive periodontal treatment by Floyd et al.

Regeneration of the lost tissues of the periodontium is an ideal therapeutic goal and has been the subject of much research and ingenious clinical techniques. Reconstructive or regenerative techniques are used either singly or in combination for three main purposes:... Continue Reading →

Ultra-conservative approach to the treatment of erosive and abrasive lesions by Colon & Lussi

The therapeutic management of tooth wear lesions does not require the removal of diseased tissue. Nevertheless, diverse etiological factors may be associated with the condition and they could be difficult to eliminate; this has to be considered when planning therapy.... Continue Reading →

A clinical guide to periodontology: Pathology of periodontal disease by Hasan and Palmer

An appreciation of dental plaque and the host response provides an essential basis from which to understand the disease process and treatment rationale. This information will help the reader to understand not only the way that plaque may have an... Continue Reading →

A practical guide to endodontic access cavity preparation in molar teeth by Patel & Rhodes

The main objective of access cavity preparation is to identify the root canal entrances for subsequent preparation and obturation of the root canal system. Access cavity preparation can be one of the most challenging and frustrating aspects of endodontic treatment,... Continue Reading →

Guidelines for the Management of Traumatic Dental Injuries: 2. Avulsion of Permanent Teeth

Avulsion of permanent teeth is one of the most serious dental injuries, and a prompt and correct emergency management is very important for the prognosis. The International Association of Dental Traumatology (IADT) has developed a consensus statement after a review... Continue Reading →

Restoration of endodontically treated teeth, Manocci & Cowie 2014

The restoration of endodontically treated teeth has undergone significant changes in the last 20 years. Most of these changes are associated with the preservation of tooth structure, this has been achieved first of all with the increasing use of operative... Continue Reading →

Dental implants in patients affected by systemic diseases, Donos & Calciolari

Several systemic diseases (and relative medications) have been reported to impair or in some cases complicate dental implant surgery. In broader terms, when dealing with patients suffering from systemic diseases, the monitoring of the medical condition and of the related... Continue Reading →

The restorative management of the deep overbite, Beddis et al. 2014

A deep overbite is where the vertical overlap of the upper and lower incisors exceeds half of the lower incisal tooth height. Problems associated with the deep overbite can include soft tissue trauma, lack of inter-occlusal space and tooth wear,... Continue Reading →

Guidelines for management of sodium hypochlorite extrusion injuries by Farook et al. 2014

Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) is the most common irrigant used in modern endodontics. It is highly effective at dissolv- ing organic debris and disinfecting the root canal system due to the high pH. Extravasation of NaOCl into intra-oral and extra-oral tissues... Continue Reading →

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