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Adult dental trauma: What should the dental practitioner know ? Chauhan et al. 2016

The management of adult dental trauma can be a daunting challenge for practitioners at any level. Like medical emergencies, initial management can have a large influence on prognosis. It is important that practitioners understand the basic principles of managing the... Continue Reading →

Clinical decision making after endodontic file fracture McGuigan et al. British Dental Journal, 2013

When a file fractures during root canal treatment there are several treatment options available to the clinician. The definitive management should be based on a thorough knowledge of the success rates of each treatment option, balanced against potential risks of removal or file retention. Although integration of modern techniques into endodontic practice has improved the clinician's ability to remove fractured files, removal may not always be possible or even desirable.

The ‘Cvek’ Pulpotomy

  A short film on the Cvek pulpotomy. Please find below some papers explaining the subject from noteworthy resources. How to manage traumatic pulp exposure. Guideline on Pulp Therapy for Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth Eastman lecture on Dental Trauma... Continue Reading →

Clinical issues in Occlusion: Part 2

Occlusal diagnosis plays an important role in the planning and subsequent delivery of predictable functional and aesthetic restorations and prostheses. Once an occlusal problem is identified there are a number of techniques and materials that can be utilised to record... Continue Reading →

Clinical Issues in Occlusion: Part 1

Mahul Patel and myself published a two part series on Occlusion in the Singapore Dental Journal recently. Part one looks at aetiology and diagnosis with part 2 focusing on methods for recording and treatment planning. Good occlusal practise provides an... Continue Reading →

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