Live WebinarOral Health in Comprehensive Cleft Care
29 Sep 2020, 06:00 PM Dubai
Dr. Gerhard Seeberger, Jayant Singh, Dr. Omolola Orenuga, Susannah Schaefer, Prof. Peter Mossey
November 14, 2017
A clinical case that explains the technique step by step
October 27, 2017
Peri-implant disease diagnosis is as fundamental as controversial. Although the progress made during the last decades, it’s still hard to find univocal definitions and unambiguous diagnostic criteria.8,14,30
July 13, 2017
In this article Dr. Thomas Zumstein presents a Neoss implant case that has been in function for more than 11 years. The case shows that long-term success and stable bone levels can be achieved in a predictable way with a high level of simplicity using the Neoss implant system.
June 9, 2017
Specialist Periodontist, Dr Jeremy Vo, explains how he has embraced AIR-FLOW® technology in the management of Peri-Implantitis
January 14, 2017
Most dentists base their practice on an understanding of various risk factors thought to contribute to the common Dental Diseases. We have been taught that Dental Plaque (Biofilm) is universal in the development of caries and periodontal diseases, the former requiring the added ingredient of frequent sugar exposure and the latter, if it is to progress to significant bone loss, needing the presence of one or more of compounding factors such as Genetic Susceptibility, Smoking and Diabetes.
January 13, 2017
Guided Biofilm Therapy provides a two stages clinical protocol that is able to ensure complete cleaning of teeth while preserving tooth substance.
November 9, 2016
Dental implants as abutments for full-arch restorations are a widely accepted treatment modality. However, when scheduling the use of a fixed or removable implant-supported full-arch restoration, many factors should be considered. Due to the possible need for additional surgical steps to enhance the esthetics surrounding fixed restorations, removable implant-supported dentures, often are a preferable alternative.
September 20, 2016
Caries or dental decay in children has been known to exist for many centuries . Early Childhood Caries (ECC) is a chronic, transmissible infectious disease affecting the primary (milk) teeth. It is defined as the presence of one or more decayed, filled or missing tooth surfaces in any primary tooth in a child 71 months of age or younger . It can result in considerable suffering, pain, reduction of quality of life of affected children and disfigurement and frequently can compromise their future dentition. The etiology of the condition is a combination of frequent consumption of fermentable carbohydrates as liquids, especially at night, with on-demand breast- or bottle-feeding, oral colonization by cariogenic bacteria (especially mutans streptococci) and poor oral hygiene .