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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 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 going for Surgical removal [&hellip

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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, you will be [&hellip

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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 So Failures of [&hellip

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Armamentarium or Instruments used in Oral Surgery

Oral Surgery means diagnosis and treatment of oral conditions of the teeth, jaw and oral structures which require surgical intervention. The specialty is also called as Oral and Maxillofacial surgery which tends to involve a larger area of the Oral cavity and Facial muscles, nerves and bones. It involves the diagnosis and surgical treatment of [&hellip

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Shapes of Access cavity preparations of Maxillary Teeth

Access cavity preparation is a step of Root Canal Treatment which marks the start of RCT and is one of the most important step as it requires knowledge of location and number of Root Canals present in every tooth, to understand the proper technique and location of starting and preparing the Access Cavity. Maxillary first [&hellip

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Shapes of Access cavity preparations of Mandibular Teeth

Access cavity preparation is a step of Root Canal Treatment which marks the start of RCT and is one of the most important step as it requires knowledge of location and number of Root Canals present in every tooth, to understand the proper technique and location of starting and preparing the Access Cavity. A Dental [&hellip

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What are the Tissues Surrounding Dental Implant

Dental Implant is an Artificial structure used to replace a missing tooth with the help of Osseointegration. Dental Implant is placed in the desired position after making a hole in the Alveolar bone depicting the natural tooth. But the differences in Tissues surrounding the Natural tooth Root and the root portion of the Dental implant [&hellip

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Drugs Causing Erythema Multiforme

Erythema Multiforme: It is a Hypersensitivity Skin reaction which is caused due to the deposition of immune complex Immunoglobulins IgM in the superficial Blood vessels of the Skin and Oral Mucous membrane. Erythema Multiforme is divided into E.M Minor and E.M Major and is distinct from Steven Johnsons Syndrome. Most common sites for the mucosal [&hellip

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8 Best ways to Improve your Dental Practice | Tips and Trick to Improve Dental Practice Marketing Online

Dental Practice is not just about setting up a clinic and waiting for patients to come by and spread word about your clinic through word of mouth or through pamphlets being distributed. Dental Practice is also a Business where Dentists are the Businessmen and the Patients our Clients. As we see in every Business the art of Advertising and [&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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Levels of Radiosensitivity of Organs, cells and structures of the Human Body

What does Radiosensitivity of Cells, Organs and Structures of Human body mean ? Radiosensitivity is the relative susceptibility of cells, tissues, organs to the harmful action of radiation. It denotes the level of harm which radiation can cause to certain types of cells in the body. We have divided into High, Intermediate and Low Radiosensitive [&hellip

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Classification of Sounds and Importance in Prosthodontics and Dentistry

Various types of sounds are produced by the oral cavity with the help of coordination of several parts of the oral cavity like the tongue, lips, teeth, palate which work in coordination to produce the sounds. These sounds are very important in the fabrication of Complete denture which helps in determining the correct Vertical dimension, [&hellip

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List of Prodrugs and their Active fomrs used in Dentistry and Medicine

Prodrug is an inactive form of drug which needs conversion in the body to one or more of its active metabolites. The metabolite form is the one which is active and is capable of producing the desired reaction. Advantages of Prodrug: It offers advantages over the active form in being more stable, having better bioavailabilty [&hellip

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Classification of Cranial nerves based on Sensory, Motor and their Functions

There are 12 cranial nerves which supply the head and neck region and have varied functions of purely sensory, purely motor and mixed type. Vagus is the only nerve which supplies to parts other than head and neck region like Lungs, Heart, Intestine and Stomach. I have divided the Functions of the 12 cranial nerves [&hellip

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