Have you ever felt pain or discomfort after a bite of ice cream or a spoonful of hot soup? If so, you’re not alone. While pain caused by hot or cold foods could be a sign of a cavity, it’s also common in people who have sensitive teeth. [ + ]
Mouth ulcers are a commonly encountered condition in the mouth. Ulcers are usually painful and cause discomfort, but they do not require any medications, provided they are of the systemic origin or a precancerous condition or lesion.
Causes for mouth ulcers:
Lack of essential vitamins
Allergic response to [ + ]
Fistula are a common complication after a cleft palate repair. The size of the fistulas varies from small to large. Many of the smaller fistulas get closed by re-operative palatoplasty or some local flap closure whereas the larger ones are quite complicated and require a [ + ]
The Surgical week @ Richardsons Dental And Craniofacial Hospital (11th Feb 2019 – 17th Feb 2019) was a wrapped up week as we had Dr. Rohit Khosla, Surgical Director| Cleft & Craniofacial Center, Stanford University, California, USA and his team from the Stanford University, California [ + ]
My Experience as a dentist with no previous exposure to maxillofacial surgeries! By this, I mean I have never been exposed to any major surgeries before. The fear of the OT has always haunted me. Cluelessly assisting a surgery for the first time was like [ + ]
What is a class III bite…???
Class III malocclusion is referred to forwardly protruding lower jaw causing it to overlap the upper jaw. The dental classIII bite is the overlapping of the dentition alone while when the lower jaw itself is protruding than the upper jaw [ + ]