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Endodontics 6th Edition by Ingle and Bakland PDF

Endodontics 6th Edition Free PDF Download Ebook. Ingle and Bakland deal with maxillary sinusitis and endodontic illness, expanded by CT scans is featured. The most recent endodontic armamentaria are covered in depth.  With a roundup of the world’s specialists in all phases of the specialty, this book guarantees to be the final word in endodontic […]

July 8, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Maxillary sinus surgery

Antral washouts Diagnostic in cases of chronic mucopurulent sinusitis, washouts can be performed under local or general anaesthesia. They are of little therapeutic value.         Procedure Spray the Nose with Decongestant and local anesthetic. I always infiltrate the inferior meatus with Xylocaine and adrenaline using a dental syringe. A fine trocar and canula will […]

July 7, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Restorative Techniques in Paediatric Dentistry, Duggal PDF

Restorative Techniques in Paediatric Dentistry 2nd Edition PDF Download Ebook. Monty S. Duggal reveals readers the way to restore “baby” enamel broken by advanced dental caries. This text presents simple-to-observe descriptions of the most recent techniques and step-by-step, color photographs. Matters embody treatment planning, analgesia administration, pulp therapy, and crown installation.  This text evaluates new material […]

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Principles of tooth preparation

If there’s a missing tooth è Decay, overeruption, tilting, food impaction and gum diseases. Principles of tooth preparation: a-Biological consideration. b-Mechanical consideration. c-Esthetic consideration.   a-Biological Consideration: 1-damaging during tooth preparation – Prevention of damaging of adjacent tooth by a metal matrix, and proximal enamel of the tooth being prepared (lip or fin). – prevention […]

May 31, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Biological Testing of Dental Materials

In 1978, the working team 5 of the Federation Dentaire International (FDI), the Commission for Dental Materials, Instruments, Tools and Therapeutics (COMIET) – today’s The Commission for Dental Products, have agreed upon the document No. 198 which was published in the bulletin No. 204.  The bulletin describes recommended tests for evaluation of dental materials.  It […]

April 30, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Tooth Discoloration: Aetiology, Features, Management

Tooth Discoloration: Aetiology, Features, Management Aetiology Beverages/food. Poor oral hygiene (chrornogenic bacteria): green/orange stain. Drugs: iron supplements – black; minocycline – black; chlorhexidine – brown/black; rifabutin – red. Clinical features Poor oral hygiene: gingivally. Beverages/food: affects all surfaces but mainly gingivally . Drugs: affects all surfaces but mainly gingivally. Management Reassurance. If due to beverages/food/drugs, […]

February 28, 2013 | 0 Comments More

Border Molding

Border Molding Border Molding means shaping borders of impression tray  Functional or manual manipulation of tissues  Duplicates contour & size of vestibule Performed with Thermoplastic modeling compound Waxes Impression materials Tray Wax Spacer Remains in place during border molding procedures Custom Tray Comfortable 2-3 mm from vestibule Dry periphery of tray (Compound will not stick […]

April 20, 2012 | 1 Comment More

Chronic Pulpalgia : Diagnosis and Treatment

Chronic Pulpalgia : Diagnosis and Treatment Chronic pulpalgia is completely irreversible.Patients complains about discomfort for weeks or even years, suppressing the pain with analgesics. Chronic pulpalgia often refers to other teeth or the opposing arch. Pain may be precipitated by biting down on an open cavity. Cold has little effect, but heat may increase the […]

April 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Acute Pulpalgia : Treatment

Acute Pulpalgia : Treatment Acute pulpalgia is found in three stages : incipient, moderate, and advanced. All three are related to advancing degrees of inflammation. Incipient acute pulpalgia Incipient acute pulpalgia should be completely reversible. It is characterized by mild discomfort such as that experienced following cavity or crown preparation. It may be gone by […]

April 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More

Pulpectomy method : step by step

Pulpectomy method : step by step : 1. Although local anaesthesia is usually not required, as the pulp is non-vital, there may be remnants of vital, inflamed tissue in the apical 1-3mm of the canal which may be sensitive. Furthermore, the tooth may be tender because of apical inflammation. 2. Rubber dam is required. 3. […]

January 17, 2012 | 0 Comments More
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