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Best NBDE Apps for iPhone and iPad

National Board of Dental Examination is a 2 parts examination which should be given by Dental students to get into DDS in the USA. The first part comprises of 400 questions asked from Anatomy, Bio Chemistry and Physiology, Microbiology and Pathology, Dental Anatomy and Occlusion. This is the theory part and after clearing this part [&hellip

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Commonly Used Anti Fungal Medications, Indications, Dosage, Adverse effects and Drug Interactions

Fungal Diseases are commonly caused and spread through Fungal spores, these are most commonly Localized and can become Systemic often. Fungal Diseases like Candidiasis, Histoplasmosis, Blastomycosis, Coccidioidomycosis (Valley Fever), Cryptococcosis, Aspergillosis, Zygomycosis, Toxoplasmosis are the various types of fungal diseases which show Systemic and Localized Oral features in patients affected by it. Fungal infections are [&hellip

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Comparison of Physical Properties of Tooth Colored Restorative Materials

Tooth colored Restorative Dental Materials are being used more profusely in Dentistry as the need for Aesthetics has increased and the tooth colored materials are having similar properties to materials like Amalgam. Here i am going to compare the various physical properties of Tooth colored Restorative Dental Materials: Strength Compressive Strength Modulus of Elasticity Shrinkage during [&hellip

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Clinical Features of Unilateral and Bilateral Temporomandibular Ankylosis

TMJ Ankylosis is very easy to diagnose with the help of Clinical examination, and it is dependent on knowing the clinical features to differentiate True Ankylosis from False Ankylosis and also to differentiate between Unilateral and Bilateral ankylosis. Here we are going to Differentiate between Unilateral and Bilateral  TMJ Ankylosis and list out the Clinical [&hellip

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NEET 2013 Question paper | NEET MDS 2013 questions

We are collecting the most number of questions from NEET 2013 so please share in the comments section the quesions which we missed out. NEET 2013 QUESTION PAPER: Primary defect in scurvy is A decrease mineralization B decrease osteoid matrox formation C increase bone resorption D decrease bone mass with normal moneralization and osteoid formation [&hellip

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NEET – MDS Entrance Detailed information 2012-2013

NEET – National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination is the national entrance examination being conducted by AIIMS for admissions into MDS seats all over India for the year 2013. Here is the NEET MDS 2013 Question paper – NEET MDS 2013 NEET MDS Examination dates 2013: As per the latest updates from DCI – NEET for [&hellip

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Bacteria in Periodontal Tissue – Protective bacteria and harmful bacteria

Periodontal Tissue is the most affected part of the oral cavity after gingiva due to colonies of Bacteria. Due to the inflammatory reactions of bacterial products the periodontal tissue looses its integrity and this leads to Periodontitis. Which is the loosening of the tooth or Mobility of tooth caused due to loss of Periodontal attachment [&hellip

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Oldest Tooth Decay / Caries found in Paleozoic Reptile / Dinosaur

The First recorded evidence of Tooth Decay / Caries has been seen in this Reptile named Labidosaurus hamatus or the “lipped lizard” which belonged to the Permian geological period which was 275 million years ago. The evidence of Infection in the Lower Jaw was visible through the modern imaging technique, Computerised tomography (CT Scan) which [&hellip

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Rare Microscopic View of a Used Dental Floss

Dental Floss is an Effective method to clean the inter dental areas which can be a heaven for Micro-organisms to reside undetected. Dental Flossing once a day has proved to be very useful in controlling Caries and eliminating Halitosis. Here is the Normal Floss being used and the image below that is the Microscopic image [&hellip

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Use Dental Hand Signs in Clinics for Communication during Procedures

During Dental Procedures when you will be having multiple instruments in your patients mouth and the patient has to communicate with the dentist it becomes impossible to speak, this is where the Dental Hand Signs come in and are quite useful in communicating the patients concern without disturbing the working field. It is more useful [&hellip

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Unique and Rare Shapes of Root Canals

In this post we will be uploading all the rare and unique shapes of Root Canals which we can find Dental practice around the World. You can also contribute to this list if you get any case which you think is worth adding to this list – Mail us at (juniordentist@gmail.com) and we will upload [&hellip

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Antibiotic Use in Dentistry – Guidelines, Indications and Contraindications

Antibiotic is a Greek word – “Anti” meaning ‘against’ and “Bios” meaning ‘life’ Antibiotics are being used in Dentistry from a very long time. And as we have seen in the recent past overuse or improper use of these antibiotics, antiviral and antimicrobial drugs there have been instances of an appearance of Super Bug which is resistant to [&hellip

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Dental Problems in Diabetes Mellitus | Oral Manifestations of Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus  is a metabolic disorder characterized by relative or absolute insufficiency of insulin and disturbances of carbohydrate metabolism. WHY Diabetes happens:Diabetes Mellitus occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or when the body cannot effectively use tht insulin it produces. Cells use glucose and body needs insulin  a hormone produced by B [&hellip

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List of Top 12 Dental Apps for Android Mobile Phones and Tablets

Android is now the leading Software in Smartphones, so for Dentists and Dental Students and even for the patients there are apps in the Android App store which are very useful in every part of your life. As a Dentist or a Dental Student or Dental patient there is always something to learn for which [&hellip

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