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Lateral luxation - A young boy was referred to the Orthodontic and Pedodontic department after a traumatic injury involving the upper 4 incisors....
Intrusions - Intrusion is a forceful displacement of a tooth into the alveolar bone. Classified as luxation injuries, they display some distinct features in primary or in permanent dentition, involving specifically-oriented therapeutic or prognostic considerations .......
Dental trauma and dento-alveolar injuries- Dental injuries have been classified according to a wide variety of factors, and studies from different countries show that prevalence ranges from 4 to 30 %. The causes and types of dento-alveolar traumatic injuries may differ according to the material investigated .......
Study Skills- The majority of college success is due to motivation and time management. Anyone who tells you that they can get through college without studying, or that they make great grades without studying is pulling your leg. Success in college takes effort.
Restoring receded gums /delayed eruption of teeth-
Children under 5 and perio prevention/ Galvanic reaction
Estrogen Not a Factor in Jaw Disorders
Implant Dentistry of Washington- Dental implants are the future in dentistry and are becoming more and more widely used across the globe. Success rates have sky rocketed in the past few years and people are finding comfort and confidence again in replacing their missing teeth with dental implants. This web site is designed for anyone who wants a simple breakdown in explanation on the latest in implant dentistry.
Advanced Dental education in the U.S. for Indian citizens - This website is intended to save you time and effort,and to assist you in finding all the information you would need to consider an advanced education in Dentisrty in the US. Though it has been designed to aid Indian trained dentists, this site could be useful to Indian and foreign dental students or prospective dental students too.
Educational Opportunities for Non U.S. Citizens in American Dental Schools
Author to whom correspondence should be addressed: James J. Sciote, Department of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, 3501 Terrace St., Pittsburgh PA, U.S.A. 15261-1932; phone 412-648-8419, fax: 412-648-8817; firstname.lastname@example.org
6 yr old Empress
Canal and Ultrasonics
Cotton stuffed chamber
Pulp floor sandblasting
Silver point removal
Difficult acute curve
5 canaled premolar
Ortho and implant
Tipped to lingual
Acute pulpitis images
AG BU ortho band
using TF files
Tooth # 20 and #30