Purpose: To clarify variations of vascular distribution around the mandibular anterior tooth lingual region, an area in which vascular injuries have often been reported during dental implant surgery. [ ... ]
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate upper airway changes related to craniofacial changes induced by a facemask (FM) combined with Le Fort I osteotomy without down-fracture in Class III ma [ ... ]
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Histology of the Periodontium by Max A. Listgarten, DDS
Histology of the Periodontium by Max A. Listgarten, DDS This online course is devoted to the histology and microscopic anatomy of the periodontium. The author of this web-based course is Max A. Listgarten, who is Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania and Clinical Professor of Periodontics at the University of California in San Francisco. Heiko Spallek (University of Pittsburgh) accounts for the technical implementation of the course. A German translation of the original Englisch version was provided by James Deschner (The Ohio State University).
University of Pennsylvania, Temple University,The Ohio State University und University of Pittsburgh Created: May 8, 1999 Last change : URL: http://www.dental.pitt.edu/informatics/periohistology/index.html Author: Max A. Listgarten Deutsche Übersetzung: James Deschner Technical Development:
Local anaesthesia is used routinely throughout dentistry. Complications are, however, relatively uncommon. A unique case of superficial skin necrosis and neurological symptoms following admin [ ... ]
CONCLUSION: Dentists need to carefully evaluate all toothache patients to ensure that the diagnosis is correct prior to the initiation of irreversible treatment.
PMID: 17546865 [PubMed - indexed f [ ... ]
Abstract: Background/purpose: The design and materials of a prosthesis affect the loading of dental implants and deformation of the bone. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effects of prosthesis [ ... ]