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  • Bone Loss - Causes and Treatment pop
    Mandibular or Maxillary jawbone density problems can develop through disease conditions, trauma and even the way we take care of our teeth.... or don't take care of our teeth. Learn what can be done to thwart certain bone loss issues and some of the popular procedures for treating it
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  • The Art and Science of Smile Makeovers - 10 Factors pop
    Truly creative dentists who focus much of their practice on cosmetic dentistry tend to follow a set of rules or guidelines for maximizing the probability of achieving the precise aesthetic result their patients want. Learn more about what some of these factors are
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  • Demineralized Tooth Enamel - Whitening Alternatives pop
    Demineralized teeth are a common cause of spotty, splotchy or mottled enamel. Learn how a proprietary enamel modification method was developed to treat unusual stains and spots that don't respond well to traditional teeth whitening procedures and products
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    Dental Materials
  • Clinical and radiographic evaluation of pulpotomies employing calcium hydroxide and trioxide mineral aggregate pop
    This study utilized clinical and radiographic examinations to compare the effectiveness of calcium hydroxide paste and mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) for pulpotomies of primary molars in children.
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  • An evaluation of glass ionomer-based restorative materials as temporary restorations in endodontics pop
    This article compares five restorative materials used to coronally seal endodontically treated teeth against bacterial leakage.
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  • Endodontic treatment of a maxillary central incisor with two separate roots: Case report pop
    This case report involves endodontic treatment of a traumatized maxillary central incisor with two separate roots
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  • Endondontics Retreatment pop
    Retreatment of failing endodontic therapy can range from simple procedures to very complex and time-consuming approaches that require the use of specialized equipment
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  • Chemical Dissolution of Pulp Tissue pop
    Recent endodontic literature is emphasizing the need for wider apical canal preparations to insure adequate irrigation throughout the length of the canal.
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  • A New Post Removal System pop
    Endodontic retreatment can range from simple procedures to significantly complex and time-consuming approaches that require the use of specialized equipment. Non- surgical retreatment has become the rule rather than the exception
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    Forensic Dentistry
  • Forensic Fact Files pop
    The most common role of the forensic dentist is the identification of deceased individuals. Dental identification of humans occurs for a number of different reasons and in a number of different situations. Post-mortem Identification. Dental Profiling. Bite Marks.
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  • Tooth position in full-mouth implant restorations—A case report pop
    Reconstructing the edentulous mouth with opposing, fixed, implant-supported metal-ceramic restorations demands great attention to detail.
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    Oral Surgery
  • Oral surgery gone awry pop
    Most general dentists who perform third molar surgery are aware of the potential complications of treatment that can lead to lingual or inferior alveolar nerve damage and paresthesia. This article describes another complication that can be equally challenging to manage.
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