"Oral and maxillofacial surgery" Essays and Research Papers

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    Orthognathic surgery Reconstruction of craniomaxillofacial deformities Based on skeletal growth potential Surgerical movement of jaw structiures Correct MANDIBULAR discrepencies Sagitall ramous osteostmies Sagittal split osteostomie ***************** Most common RIF increased popularitie Correct variety of mandibular deformities Distraction osteogenesis ** Genioplasty ** Dramatic facial change with relaltively minor surgery Morphology of bony chin and overlaying soft tissue must

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  • The Characteristics Of Oral Surgery In The 12th Century

    Although many wrote about oral surgery beforehand‚ there was no precise or detailed description of oral surgical procedures until the 10th century. In the Islamic Golden Age‚ Abulcasis described different oral surgical techniques. He strongly believed and supported the idea of conserving dental structures‚ however believed when tooth decay occurred‚ extraction was necessary. He always concluded that dentists should be careful and make their own evaluation when removing patients tooth‚ as patients

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  • Oral Essay

    Definition of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology Oral and maxillofacial pathology is the specialty of dentistry and pathology which deals with the nature‚ identification‚ and management of diseases affecting the oral and maxillofacial regions. It is a science that investigates the causes‚ processes and effects of these diseases. The practice of oral and maxillofacial pathology includes research‚ diagnosis of diseases using clinical‚ radiographic‚ microscopic‚ biochemical or other examinations‚ and

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  • Oral Piercings

    Introduction Oral jewelry is frequently seen in dental practices‚ especially with adolescents and young adults. The most common piercings are on the tongue and lip. Piercings can also be found on the uvula‚ labial frenum and lingual frenum. Another form of piercing is dermal piercings that can be found on the chin‚ dimples‚ upper and lower lip‚ and on the cheeks near the sinuses. There are several reasons why adolescents and young adults get oral piercings‚ including control over the body‚ as a

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  • Persuasive Essay On Dental Surgery

    to a Healthy Smile! Dental surgery is slated as a type of surgery that deals mainly with gums and teeth. It is one of the medical procedures which engage the artificial modification of detention. That’s why the procedure can often be categorized under ’Cosmetic dentistry’. Dr. Weisglass and his dental surgery in New York City is the best available solution‚ if you need extraction‚ tooth replacement‚ gum repair or cosmetic surgery. Remember‚ there are numerous types of dental issues‚ which can be

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  • Smokeless Taabacco and Oral Cancer

    Running Head: SMOKELESS TOBACCO AND ORAL CANCER Smokeless Tobacco and Oral Cancer Diana Candamo DEH2400 Oral Pathology September 22‚ 2011 Broward College Smokeless Tobacco and Oral Cancer Like cigarettes‚ smokeless tobacco products contain a variety of toxins associated with cancer (The American Dental Association‚ 2011). Smokeless tobacco is not burned‚ but it is chewed and is also known as chewing tobacco‚ oral tobacco‚ spit or spitting tobacco‚ dip‚ chew‚ and snuff (National Cancer

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  • Process Essay: The Importance Of Dental Surgery

    have open heart surgery or your appendix removed‚ chances are at some point in your life you will have to have dental surgery. Root canals‚ crowns‚ and removal of wisdom teeth‚ are all things most of us will have to face‚ and dental surgery should be taken just as seriously as any other medical surgery. Here are some things you should think about before dental surgery

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  • Dental Treatments in India – Boosts Up Your Oral Health

    Keeping up good oral health can help prevent most of the dental problems to an extent. Dental Treatments are becoming quite expensive and proper care should be taken before going for any dental procedure. You must ensure that your teeth are well taken care of. Dental problems are increasing enormously in today’s fast lifestyle. People with diverse dental problems find it hard to get the correct guidance and proper management of all their dental needs. They have to rush here and there‚ from specialists

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  • Oral Dentistry Personal Statement

    discovered through trial and error. I am fascinated with dentistry because of the passion involved in it‚ my respect for the dentists and oral surgeons who put so much effort into diagnosing my father’s illness‚ and my passion for science. When I was in secondary school‚ my dad was diagnosed with oral cancer. It was a tough time for our family‚ but we were not alone. The oral surgeons were always by our side‚ consistently providing hope and reassurance throughout the treatment when we needed it the most

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  • Market Trends for Oral Care in the Philippines

    Market Trends The Philippines’ arena for oral care is slowly being recognized internationally. “Dental Tourism” has been an increasing trend. It is a subgroup under medical tourism. As the cost of living in the Philippines cost a lot lower than they are in the U.S. or than in the U.K‚ so does the cost of dental treatments. Dentists in the Philippines offer high quality service with reasonable prices and with the added benefit of easier communication with tourists because of the Filipino dentist’s

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