Tips for Dental Students Archive

Text Books for the BDS 1st Year Course – Subject Wise

Books are the major source of information, even though your lecturers and professors have filled your brain with loads of information earlier, but it is the books that would do the best job prior to the exams. From the first year of B.D.S, you should have all the main textbooks rather than ...Read More

Branches of Dentistry in US, Canada, India and Australia for Post Graduation

Dental degree in the countries like India, U.S., Canada and Australia have got separate branches for the Post-graduation after the Bachelor degree is completed as there are 9 recognized Dental specialties in these countries, and passing out in these post-graduation courses would give the professionals a special recognized name, for example, a Prosthodontist ...Read More

Instruments used for Cavity Preparation and Restoration

Instruments used for Cavity preparation and Restoration – Cavity preparation is one of the most commonly used and performed procedure in every dental clinic. Learning about Cavity preparation is a must for every dental student / dentist / hygienist irrespective of the branch which you might specialize in. Cavity preparation is done ...Read More

Posterior Superior Alveolar Nerve Block Technique

Posterior Superior Nerve Block is used to block or Anesthetize the Posterior Superior alveolar Nerve which will anesthetize the Maxillary Molars except the Mesio-Buccal root of First Maxillary Molar which is supplied by the Middle Superior Alveolar Nerve. Posterior Superior Nerve Block the LA agent is deposited in proximity to the Anatomical ...Read More

Bennett’s Classification of Fracture of Teeth

Beneett’s Classification is used to evaluate Fracture of Tooth in the Coronal and Root fracture. There are other Classifications which are more commonly used called Ellis Classification of Fractured Teeth. In Bennett’s Classfication the fractured teeth are divided into Five types based on fracture of tooth in the Coronal and Root position. ...Read More

Principles of Prescription Writing for Dentists in Dental Clinics

Prescription is an important part of treatment plan in a dental clinic as the medication given to the patient is prescribed and the patient can obtain the medicines with the help of your Prescription. There are instances where your Prescription can also be used for obtaining medications without your permission so you ...Read More

Can Tooth infection cause Sinus infection ??

Tooth pain is a common symptom of Maxillary Sinus infection because of the close proximity of the Palatal root of Maxillary first molar to the floor of Maxillary Sinus. The close proximity is the reason why dentists are very careful before going for extraction or doing Root canal treatment in Maxillary first ...Read More

Methods and Techniques of Tooth Separation

Tooth Separation: It is the procedure used in obtaining separation between two adjacent teeth to help in Class 2 restorations of Amalgam, Composite or Miracle Mix. Slow or Delayed Separation: It is the slow/ gradual repositioning or separation of teeth by inserting some foreign material between the teeth which takes some weeks ...Read More

Infraorbital Nerve Block – Local Anesthesia Technique

Infra Orbital Nerve Block – Block of Anterior and Middle Superior Alveolar Nerves Inferior alveolar nerve block as the name suggests blocks the Infraorbital nerve block along with some other nerves which is used mainly when working in the Anterior Maxillary region. So let us see in detail about How to give ...Read More

Ideal Requirements of Root Canal Sealers

Root Canal Sealers: It seals the discrepancies between the canal walls and the core obturating material along with cementing the obturating material to the Root canal. Root canal sealers play an important role in Obturation step of Root Canal Treatment, where it acts to sea the spaces and gaps between Obturating material ...Read More

Types of location of 3rd Molar root to Inferior Alveolar Nerve Canal

The 3rd molar is the most commonly impacted tooth in the whole dentition because of the timing of the eruption and the lack of length of Jaw which has been decreasing over generations thanks to Evolution. During 3rd molar impaction of the Mandible there are many factors which should be considered before ...Read More

List of Bones of the Body or Skeleton

Bones of the Body are numbered 206 in a Adult Human Being. As a Dental/Medical Student it is important to remember each and every bone of the body. The Photo in this post will help you in remembering all the 206 bones of the Adult Human Skeleton in a very easy way. Number of ...Read More

Books for NBDE part 1 – Subject wise and Question Banks

From Jan 2012 there have been new Rules and Regulations regarding the scoring system of NBDE Part 1 and there will be no score given which means there will be no score on NBDE Part 1 Exam. Your Report will just be a PASS or FAIL. If you score 75 or above, ...Read More

Common Failures of Dental Restorations

Dental Restorations are the most common type of Dental treatment in the world with thousands of Dental Fillings or Restorations being given every day, and the life span of Dental restoration varies depending on many factors like cavity preparation, shape of cavity, mixing of restoration, marginal integrity of the restoration … etc ...Read More