Surgeons treat woman's severe post-traumatic condylar resorption

Dr. Bicuspid

The report was published on August 13 in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Cases. A woman was treated successfully for severe facial skeletal deformities caused by the condylar resorption of her temporomandibular joint, which stemmed from childhood trauma.

What links oral surgery infections to penicillin allergy?

Dr. Bicuspid

Oral surgery patients with penicillin allergies who take a certain kind of antibiotic as perioperative prophylaxis face a greater risk of developing surgical site infections, according to a study recently published in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

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Robot-Assisted Dental Surgery: The New Frontier in Implant Dentistry

ASDA Blog

So it comes as no surprise that oral and maxillofacial surgery, particularly implant placement, has seen recent advancements in robotic-assisted surgical techniques.

Surgical gloves can be hack for removing stripped dental screws

Dr. Bicuspid

Sterilized gloves can be used to remove damaged dental screws from patients, according to a technical note published online September 11 in the Journal of Stomatology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. What links oral surgery infections to penicillin allergy?

AAOMS delegates to vote on new anesthesia requirements in fall

Dr. Bicuspid

Delegates of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS) may adopt new rules for in-office anesthesia to ensure patient safety, according to a short communication published on May 19 in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Consider pulling wisdom teeth before bone disease therapy

Dr. Bicuspid

Oral surgeons should consider prematurely extracting the third molars of children before they start bone disease therapy to prevent jawbone destruction, according to an article published April 20 in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Fewer opioids prescribed in 3rd-molar surgeries with bupivacaine

Dr. Bicuspid

Oral surgeons prescribed 59% fewer total opioids for patients who received liposomal bupivacaine (LB) during third-molar extractions than for those who did not receive LB, according to a study published on February 22 in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

What Different Types of Dentists Are There?

Aerni Dental

General dentists provide a range of diagnostic, restorative, preventive, and cosmetic services to ensure continued oral health. They provide counseling for the oral habits of children like thumb-sucking.

DITRON DENTAL USA ANNOUNCES OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES

Dental News and Technology

Dr. Jensen is such a respected and accomplished Oral & Maxillofacial surgeon, so his involvement instills confidence. Ladera Ranch, CA ; September 2 3 , 2020 – Ditron Dental USA, the US affiliate of Ditron Dental, a subsidiary of Ditron Precision L td.

SEO for Dentists – 6 Tips for Local Dental SEO

My Social Practice

Oral Surgeon. Oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Great SEO for dentists typically focuses on localized dental marketing efforts. The word ‘local’ simply means that the SEO tactics being used are focused on the geographical area of where the practice is located.

Ditron Dental USA Announces Official Launch of Commercial Operations in the United States

Denticle

Dr. Jensen is such a respected and accomplished Oral & Maxillofacial surgeon, so his involvement instills confidence. Ditron Dental USA, the US affiliate of Ditron Dental, a subsidiary of Ditron Precision Ltd.,