26 December 2014 - Category: Patient Communication
» Interceptive Orthodontics - Orthodontics Early Treatment
Interceptive Orthodontics - Orthodontics Early Treatment: Interceptive orthodontics simply means diagnosing and treating malocclusions as soon as they are detected, Interceptive Orthodontics is a phased type of orthodontics, Growth is utilized to correct developmental occlusion problems.
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29 November 2014 - Category: Patient Communication
» Normal Occlusion - Ideal Bite
Normal Occlusion - Ideal Bite: The mesiobuccal cusp of the maxillary first molar is aligned with the buccal groove of the mandibular first molar, There is alignment of the teeth, normal overbite and overjet and coincident maxillary and mandibular midlines...
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28 November 2014 - Category: Patient Communication
» Causes of Teeth Sensitivity
Tooth sensitivity is caused by the gradual exposure of the softer part of your tooth that lies under the tooth enamel, "dentine", Dentine has tiny tubules and are filled with fluid,the tubes contain the nerve endings, Eating or drinking foods and drinks that are hot, cold or sweet can cause this fluid to move...
SANDID Olivier
26 May 2014 - Category: Periodontics
» Anatomy and physiology health periodontium
Anatomy and physiology health periodontium
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16 April 2014 - Category: Orthodontics Extractions
» Extractions Contreversies in Orthodontics, Choice of teeth for extraction.
Extractions Contreversies in Orthodontics, Choice of teeth for extraction, 1st Upper Premolar Extraction, Extraction of two lower premolars, Extraction of 4 premolars, Lower incisor extraction, First molars extractions, Wisdom teeth extractions, Tooth impaction Extraction Unfavorable position...
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14 April 2014 - Category: Orthodontics Extractions
» Non-extraction Orthodontic therapy- Space gaining
Non-extraction Orthodontic therapy, Space gaining in orthodontics, Expansion, Reduction of overjet, Levelling of the curve of Spee on the proclination of mandibular incisors and expansion of dental arches, Molar distalization, Stripping: Reduction of proximal enamel, Unblocking of mandibular growth....
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27 February 2014 - Category: Facial Growth - Oral Function
» Oral Habits- Thumb sucking
Oral Habits- Thumb sucking: Thumb sucking is the most common oral habit and it is reported that its prevalence is between 13 to 100% in some societies, During infancy, it is the most well-developed sensation, Helps with sustenance as well as deriving sensory pleasures.....
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25 February 2014 - Category: Facial Growth - Oral Function
» Oral Habits in Children, Tongue thrusting
Oral Habits in Children, Tongue thrusting: Tongue thrusting, is the habit of placing the tongue in the wrong position during swallowing.....
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24 February 2014 - Category: Functional Appliances
» Nite guide- patient
Nite guide- patient: Nite-Guide® is a comfortable, soft plastic appliance that can straighten a 5 to 7 year old child’s permanent front teeth as they erupt into the mouth by using natural dental eruptive forces The appliance can help eliminate buck teeth (overjet), crowding, overbite .....
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24 February 2014 - Category: Orthodontic Retention - Relapse
» Long term stability of an anterior open bite
Long term stability of an anterior open bite: A clinical case with anterior open-bite, treated in the mixed dentition, is presented. This approach demonstrates one of the possible approachesof treatment, which is capable of interfering with growth and redirecting its vectors. Orthodontic and orthopedic methods were used, consisting of slow maxillary expansion, through a fixed palatal crib soldered in a bi-helix appliance .....
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19 February 2014 - Category: Dental Anomalies
» Abnormalities of teeth- Dental Anomalies
Abnormalities of teeth- Dental Anomalies: Supernumerary teeth , Hyperdontia and Cleidocranial Dysplasia , Hypodontia , Oligodontia and Ectodermal Dysplasia , Taurodontism , Fusion, Gemination, Dilaceration and Concrescence , Hypercementosis, Screwdriver incisors and Mulberry molars, Macrodontia , Dens in dente, & Enamelomas , Attrition, Erosion and Abrasion , Internal and External Resorption, Dentinogenesis Imperfecta, Dentin Dysplasia , Amelogenesis Imperfecta.....
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18 February 2014 - Category: Dental Anomalies
» Enamel hypoplasia Causes and treatment options
Enamel hypoplasia (EH) is a defect in tooth enamel that results in less quantity of enamel than normal. The defect can be a small pit or dent in the tooth or can be so widespread that the entire tooth is small and/or mis-shaped. This type of defect may cause tooth sensitivity, may be unsightly or may be more susceptible to dental cavities. Some genetic disorders cause all the teeth to have enamel hypoplasia....
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