Knowledge of managing traumatic dental injuries (TDIs) is imperative for all dental practitioners. With the number of adults undertaking orthodontic treatment increasing, and children and adolescents alike continually being treated for orthodontics under the NHS in the UK, it is... Continue Reading →
Orthodontics and veneers to restore the anterior guidance. A minimally invasive approach by Faus-Matoses
Tooth wear is defined as the progressive loss of a tooth’s surface due to actions other than those which cause toothdecay or dental trauma. It is a pathological condition with an increasing prevalence among young people. Theaim of this article... Continue Reading →
The complications of elective orthodontic treatment are numerous. Patients need to be aware, in advance, of possible problems including resorption, instability, caries, recession and failure to deliver optimal tooth position. The investment of time and resources by all concerned is... Continue Reading →
Abstract: Canine ectopia is a frequently occurring orthodontic problem that has been previously linked to a variety of dental anomalies. We report a case series where the presence of ectopic canines has occurred in the presence of different severities of... Continue Reading →
Interdisciplinary management of severe intrusion injuries in permanent incisors: a case series by Nazzal et al.
Intrusion injuries to the permanent dentition are amoung the most severe types of dental injuries, occurring in 0.3‐1.9% of all dental trauma cases. The current clinical guidelines in the management of intrusion injuries are based on level B evidence due... Continue Reading →
Orthodontic treatment, like any aspect of general dentistry, exposes the clinician to the risk of malpractice and litiga- tion. While for orthodontists this issue has not been a major concern over the last century, risk management has, over the last... Continue Reading →
There is a paucity of information on the concise relationship between endodontics and orthodontics during treatment planning decisions. This relationship ranges from effects on the pulp from orthodontic treatment and the potential for resorption during tooth movement, to the clinical... Continue Reading →
Orthodontic treatment of partially edentulous patients is difficult, especially if a significant number of teeth are missing. With loss of teeth, adjacent or opposing teeth usually tip, drift or over-erupt leaving spaces that are not optimal for replacement of missing teeth. Orthodontic correction of these spatial relationships will aid prosthetic replacement of the missing teeth, function, hygiene and aesthetics.
British Society of Prosthodontics-Kulzer Undergraduate Award British Endodontic Society Student Essay Prize-The Harty Prize British Endodontic Society Elective Period Prize British Endodontic Society Foundation Dentist Prize British Society for Periodontology-Frank Ashley Undergraduate Prize British Society of Paediatric Dentistry The National... Continue Reading →