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Cleft Lip and Palate: How Adulthood Surgeries Can Be Avoided

by Kahaliah Richards

The Cleft Palate–Craniofacial Journal – Advancements in medical science are astounding. You may no longer need corrective lenses due to an outpatient laser procedure, 15 pounds can be shed with a body wrap, and there is even surgical “super glue.” Unfortunately,

March 22, 2012 News ClinicalCranio facial painPain managementResearch

Pioneering Pain Scientist Dubner Wins Dentistry’s Distinguished Scientist Award

by ken

  Newswise — Ronald Dubner, PhD, DDS, of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry was honored today with the 2012 Distinguished Scientist Award by the American Association for Dental Research (AADR). The AADR presents the award every two years to

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There is a god; we made the New York Times Sunday Review

by ken

IT’S become commonplace to criticize the “Occupy” movement for failing to offer an alternative vision. But the thousands of activists in the streets of New York and London aren’t the only ones lacking perspective: economists, to whom we might expect

July 28, 2011 News CancerCranio facial painDental examination

Chronic Facial Pain – What Dentists Who Treats Chronic Pain Patients Should Know About Central Pain

by ken

by mohamed@healthimaginghub.com from Dental Health Hub Imagin A New York Times article published July 18, 2011 discusses chronic pain and the importance of understanding its origin as a problem that is not always related to disease or injury.  And, according to Melanie Thernstrom cited in the Times article,

June 5, 2011 News Cranio facial painOcclusionPathology

Bruxism and TMJ Disorder- Main Differences & Symptoms

by ken

The following is an excellent overview and explanation to patients of the distinction between bruxism and TMJ disorder…..from Dental Health Magazine staff – June 3, 2011   Bruxism is the medical condition which is the result of the fact that an

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The Hidden Cause of Sinusitis in Seniors

by ken

From Worldental.org Dental Health Magazine Chronic sinusitis is a condition currently affecting approximately 13% of the Americans. On a yearly basis, there are $6 billion spent and 13 million visits made to the doctor because of this complaint. Some patients get

March 30, 2011 News Cosmetic DentistryCranio facial pain

Toronto Cosmetic Dentist Treats Craniofacial Disorders Holistically to Manage Patients’ Pain

by ken

The American and Canadian Academy of Craniofacial Pain estimates that 5 – 15% of North American population may suffer from Temporomandibular disorder, commonly called TMJ. Dr. Susie Ang, a cosmetic dentist in Toronto, ON, is one of a select few