Lasers & dental technology

How to choose the best intraoral camera for your dental practice

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Published: Monday, 23 November 2015 10:59 Written by
Dental intraoral camera is a photographic device that uses a small wand to take digital pictures in the oral cavity for immediate viewing by dental staff and patient. This method allows for viewing small areas that would be difficult to see without the camera's use.Why should I have an intraoral…

How to choose best Dental Loupes

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Published: Sunday, 13 September 2015 07:27 Written by
Dental loupes consist of lens or series of lenses which when set up allow for optical enlargement of objects that are shown through them i.e. they make things look bigger. Advantages of using loupes • Improving the posture of the dentist while practicing dentistry hence, reducing back pain (which is…

Boon in Dentistry - Stem Cells

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Published: Saturday, 09 August 2014 12:12 Written by
Stem cells are undifferentiated biological cells those can be differentiated into specialized cells and can be divided throughmitosis to produce more stem cells
Pyogenic granuloma is a non-specific gingival overgrowth seen as a response to underlying irritating factors. The growth is mainly seen in young but it may occur in any age group especially in individuals with poor oral hygiene ...this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

Ultrasound as a diagnostic boon in Dentistry - A Review

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Published: Saturday, 07 June 2014 11:56 Written by
TMJ imaging protocol begins with hard tissue imaging to eval uate the osseous contours, the positional relationship of the condyle and fossa, and the range of motion. The use of ultrasonography for the diagnosis of tem-poromandibular joint (TMJ) disorders is uncommon. ...this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

Role of T-Scan III Digital Occlusal Analysis Technology In Current Dental Scenarios-Part1

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Published: Wednesday, 12 February 2014 08:25 Written by
 Dr.Sarah Qadeer, BDS, MS (Korea Univ) KOL, T-Scan Occlusal Analysis Technology; International Lecturer and Researcher, Faculty of Dentistry, Dept. of Prosthodontics Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus Thailand Introduction: The term “Occlusion” has been of considerable interest to dental clinicians and researchers alike.
Teeth start as bi-layered epithelial soft tissue follicles within bony jaws. Follicles grow into teeth and erupt. Early third molar follices are detectable 8to9 years (±9months). Intra-oral dental arches of jaws have finite space accommodating formed crwns.

Comparison of Er:YAG Laser Flapless Crown Lengthening vs. Open-Flap Bur Approach in Animal Studies

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Published: Thursday, 10 October 2013 08:51 Written by
Tosun Tosun/Doç. Dr. med. dent., Giuseppe Iaria/Prof. Dr. med dent., Stefano Benedicenti/DDS Conventionally, crown lengthening surgery is achieved through an “open” mucoperiosteal flap access procedure and the use of rotary instruments. The introduction of mid-infrared laser wavelengths.

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