Periodontics, Oral Surgery & Implants

Dentigerous Cyst Associated with an Erupted Tooth – An Unusual Presentation

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Published: Saturday, 07 June 2014 12:57 Written by
Dentigerous cysts are the most common developmental cysts in the jaw region. They are usually associated with the crown of unerupted teeth, Occurrence of a dentigerous cyst with an erupted anterior tooth is exceptionally rare and seldom reported in literature ...this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

Detrimental Effects of Smoking on Periodontium in Health and Disease

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Published: Saturday, 07 June 2014 12:57 Written by
Cigarette smoking is a preeminent prospect for the cause of jillions of diseases. The cause of the development and progression of periodontitis has received pervasive attention, with significant progress over the past decade in clinical, microbiological, immunological, biochemical, and behavioural domains ...this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

Reversal of Residual Soft-Tissue Anesthesia: A Review

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Published: Saturday, 07 June 2014 12:57 Written by
Phentolamine mesylate, a nonselective α-adrenergic blocking drug, is the first therapeutic agent marketed for the reversal of soft-tissue anesthesia and the associated functional deficits resulting from an intraoral submucosal injection of a local anaesthetic containing a vasoconstrictor ...this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS
The management of a patient who had reported with fracture of an implant abutment screw by means of a custom cast post and core is presented... this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS
The mandibular ramus can act as an excellent source of autogenous bone for augmentation of alveolar ridge deficiencies. This article describes a case report of localized alveolar ridge augmentation using block bone autografts harvested from the mandibular ramus... this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

Anomalous Branching Pattern of the External Carotid Artery in Cadavers

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Published: Sunday, 04 May 2014 11:08 Written by
It is important to fi nd out type and frequencies of vascular variations. Variations in the course, branching and distribution of carotid arteries are commonly encountered... this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

Campylobacter Infection Antimicrobial Resistance Trends

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Published: Sunday, 04 May 2014 11:08 Written by
To determine the trends of campylobacter sensitivity and resistance to antibiotics, at the Bahrain Defence Force Hospital (BDF), in 13 months period... this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS
Oral submucous fi brosis is a chronic diseased condition characterized by gradually increasing fi brosis of the oral cavity, mainly the buccal mucosa, anterior faucal pillars resulting in partial and gradually tending towards complete trismus if left untreated... this article is reprinted with permission of the IJSS

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