Posts Tagged ‘ dental restoration’
Study Club #2 : Computer Guided Implant Surgery Based on a Merger Between Cone Beam CT and Intraoral Scanner.
Study Club #2 titled ” Computer Guided Implant Surgery Based on a Merger Between Cone Beam CT and Intraoral Scanner” which was presented by Dr Michael Sodeifi was a success!! Here are some pictures from the Wednesday 6/27/12 event. Stay tuned for more info on the next study club, lecture 3 TBA which is going to be in […]
According to an article written in the New York times on May 1st, 2012, there has been an upraise of people arriving at the ER with complaints of severe pain from dental disease. Several of these patients are requesting pain medication to dull their symptoms, leaving ER doctors scrambling to decide the best way to […]
A dental restoration or dental filling is a used to restore the function, integrity and morphology of missing tooth structure. The structural loss typically results from caries or external trauma. It is also lost intentionally during tooth preparation to improve the aesthetics or the physical integrity of the intended restorative material. Dental restoration also refers […]
A dental implant is a devise that is implanted into the jawbone as a means of restorating a missing or failed tooth. Most dental implants are made of moslty titanium and are similar in size and shape to the natural root of the tooth. Dental implants can have a screw-like feature with enhanced coating to […]