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Dental Internet Directory (July 01, 2003)

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FIGURE 10--Photomicrograph showing left mandibular cyst wall composed of fibrous tissue and lined by keratinized epithelium with a polarized basal cell layer (Haematoxylin and Eosin x 40).
July 1, 2003 Feature Dentistry

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery: Multiple Jaw Cysts in a Syndromic Patient

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Carolina Ortega, DDS, Jessica Kudlats, DDS, Nick Blanas, DDS, FRCD(C) and Simon Weinberg, DDS, FRCD(C) Odontogenic and non-odontogenic jaw cysts usually occur as solitary lesions although the presence of multiple lesions in one patient is possible. The presentation of multiple

FIGURE 10--Framework Fracture of Fixed Implant Prosthesis.
July 1, 2003 Feature DentistryPeriodonticsProsthodontics

Periodontics: Implant Complications and Maintenance Issues

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By Jim Yuan Lai, DMD, MSc(Perio), FRCD(C) and Francine Albert, DMD, MSc(Prosth), FRCD(C) The high predictability and long-term success of implant therapy has been well documented (Adell 1981, Albrektsson 1986). Complications do arise, as it may be the case after

June 1, 2003 Feature DentistryOrthodonticsPeriodontics

Dental Internet Directory (June 01, 2003)

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June 1, 2003 Feature Dentistry

Letters (June 01, 2003)

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Re: What’s In a Name?… My View, Janice Goodman, March, 2003 I am a dentist in Vancouver and thought I would write a note of agreement to the sentiment expressed in your recent ‘Viewpoint’ in Oral Health. It would be

May 1, 2003 Feature DentistryOrthodonticsPeriodontics

Dental Internet Directory (May 01, 2003)

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FIGURE 4--Definitive restorations with proper function and aesthetics.
April 1, 2003 Feature DentistryProsthodontics

Designing Anterior Restoration for Function and Aesthetics

by Frederick M. McIntyre, DDS, MS

Our patients’ demands for beautiful smiles have created an aesthetic revolution in the dental materials industry today. Never before has the dental profession experienced such rapid development in dental materials; all related to the demand for aesthetic dentistry. New composites

FIGURE 5C--Picture of upper and lower right quadrants; 1.6, 1.5, 1.4, 1.3, 1.2, PFM implant-supported crown at site 1.4 restored by Dr. Susan Murray, (note the formation of a full papilla in the 1.3/1.4 embrasure space but not in the 1.4/1.5 embrasure space) .
April 1, 2003 Feature DentistryPeriodontics

Aesthetic Considerations: Hard and Soft Tissue Management in Single Tooth Implant Placement

by Suzanne Caudry PhD, DDS, Dip Perio MSc.

Single tooth replacement with an implant is challenging especially in a highly compromised site. If the final outcome of a single tooth implant is to resemble, aesthetically and functionally, a real tooth surrounded by natural looking soft tissues, there are

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April 1, 2003 Feature Dentistry

Non Orthodontic Realignment Utilizing a Non Invasive Direct Resin Technique

by Robert Margeas, DDS

In recent years, significant improvements in composite resin technology have occurred. The development of these composite materials has provided clinicians with the ability to directly restore fractured, misshapen, mal-aligned teeth and to repair enamel defects easily. The availability of composite

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April 1, 2003 Feature Dentistry

Free Hand Bonding of a Discoloured Central Incisor

by Marcos Vargas, DDS, MS

One of the greatest challenges in restorative dentistry is achieving natural aesthetics of the single anterior tooth. Matching the hue, chroma, and value, along with the proper contour takes artistic skill. Communicating the proper anatomy, color, opacity, translucency and polychromatic

February 1, 2003 Feature DentistryOrthodonticsPeriodontics

Internet Directory (February 01, 2003)

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ASSOCIATIONS CANADIAN ACADEMY OF PERIODONTOLOGY Excellent source of informationon periodontics. www.cap-acp.caAdvertisement CANADIAN DENTAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION Bad things happen to good dentists. www.cdpa.com iCANADEN…internet CANAdian DENtistry An OPEN FORUM on the business and practice of dentistry. www.canaden.com ONTARIO STUDY CLUB FOR