Retrieved from EBSCO with Full Text Database. This clinical review was written by Dr. Todescan assistant professor of dental diagnostic and surgical sciences, Professor Lavigne faculty of school of dental hygiene, and Dr. Kelekis-Cholakis director of graduate periodontics program, University of Manitoba. The article provides guidance to clinicians on how to properly care for patients with dental implants. Dental implants are being used more frequently to replace missing dentition and require just as
The course is a job oriented bachelor 's degree program. BDS holders have opportunities in hospitals, the pharmaceutical industry and in the medical device manufacturing industries.The degree is awarded to the candidates who successfully complete the four-year span of the course and mandatory one-year internship program in dentistry education. After getting the degree candidates become eligible to practice as a dentist anywhere in the country. Also, check B.Sc (Bachelor of Science) As a Career Option. Bachelor of Dental Surgery BDS Cours A dentist or a dental surgeon is a specialist in the dentistry.
During my PharmD course, I used to teach Pharmacoepidemiology & Public Health concepts to dental postgraduate students. All these jobs helped me improve my personality and independence. After PharmD, I had worked as a medical content writer and developed skills required for medical communications. Afterward, I have been practicing as a clinical pharmacist in a tertiary care hospital at Grand Cayman, a territory of United Kingdom. The
The practical work given by my dentist started off with check-ups to aiding the dental nurses. I also observed a range of oral hygiene treatments such as stain removal treatment to prevent gum disease. This experience taught me about the advancement in technology since my dentist introduced me to the Damon brace system and I observed the braces procedure on a patient. I was associated with common problems orthodontist face such as the overbite, crowding and spaced teeth. These problems were calmly solved by the dental team since they provided support and explanations to the patient.
Traumatic dental injuries are common, attention-seeking problems that affect children worldwide. It is of utmost importance to treat such injuries correctly and on time to improve future outcomes and avoid pulpal and periodontal damage in cases of permanent tooth injury. It is as important to manage TDI in primary teeth to avoid disruptions to the succedaneous permanent teeth. Dental trauma falls under four main categories according to Andreasen (Feliciano and de França Caldas Jr, 2006); injuries to the hard tissues and dental pulp, injuries to the periodontium, injuries to the supporting alveolar bone, and injuries to the oral mucosa. Injuries to the Hard Tissues and Dental Pulp Uncomplicated Crown Fracture: this can include either an
CONCLUSION In this paper, a novel approach is proposed to detect the measure of the teeth from dental x-ray images. The top hat-bottom hat transformation is followed by smoothening of the image to enhance the contrast and the boundaries of the image respectively. The statistics of the teeth are calculated so as to provide the dentists with an accurate and faster method of the detection of the measure of the teeth. The work has given appreciable results and can be aimed for coloured dental
As classy as a dentist educational history may be, take care to also check how much experience your future dentist has had. Official recommendations from other institutes and even other dentists can help you decide whether the dentist is right for you and your
INTRODUCTION In general, orthodontic treatment focuses on improving functional occlusion and facial appearance. (1) Awareness of how facial appearance affects quality of life has rapidly increased the demand for such treatment. In most cases, the motivating factors for undergoing orthodontic treatment are enhanced dental and facial aesthetics and consequently minimized psychosocial problems. (2,3) Studies of oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) in orthodontics are important because they provide information about therapeutic needs and outcomes as well as long-term oral health improvement. (4) They can also ensure better therapeutic choices based on the patient’s perception.
These three were the most common procedures as stated by Dr. Maniglia. She usually performs at least three regular checkups each day and the regular checkups include teeth whitening and removing cavities. She stressed the importance of brushing one's teeth to avoid forming cavities. She added that cavities form when food builds up in the teeth forming a sticky plaque. This plaque contains bacteria which lead to tooth decay.
POTENTIAL OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN DENTAL EDUCATION. Dr Mohammad Faisal, Faculty of dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia. Abstract: The aim of dental education is to produce a dental surgeon with prescribed packages of knowledge upon graduation and be able to practice safe and ethical dentistry for the human race. In the past medical and dental education was teacher centric with students mainly learning what the teacher chose to teach them but recent advances in education, because of information and communication technology, health sciences education is also becoming more and more student centric. In today’s world information and communication technology offers benefits to dental education through online tutorials, virtual