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The 'spiritual' side of the festivities were supervised by Rev. Oral Rubbish (known to his lay friends as David Wilde 7T2).
February 1, 2001 Feature

See Pictures (February 01, 2001)

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Please note: PHOTOS WILL NOT BE RETURNED. Due to space and quality requirements, we are unable to print every photo we receive.Show us where YOU read Oral Health. Send your photos to: Oral Health, 1450 Don Mills Rd., Don Mills,

February 1, 2001 Feature

Guidelines for Manuscript Submissions to Oralhealth (February 01, 2001)

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Oral Health welcomes original articles to its editorial, and is proud to be the means by which original works are introduced to the dental profession. When submitting an original manuscript, remember to include and/or consider the following:MANUSCRIPTSOral Health considers it

February 1, 2001 Feature

Learning Assessment (February 01, 2001)

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The SLSA program is based on current, referenced literature and consists of 40 questions, answers, rationales and references. Answers appear at the end of each quiz.Dentists who complete the 15 question quiz in the November, 2001 issue of Oral Health

February 1, 2001 Feature

Chew On This

by David Cowan, DDS, FICD(C), FADI, FACD, FPFIA

EDITORIAL

FIGURE E New crown.
February 1, 2001 Feature

General Dentistry: Troubleshooting With Composiposts: Some Thoughts and Suggestions

by John D. Marotta BSc, DDS, MAGD, FICD, FADI

In 1994 when I first decided to use a Composipost, retrievability was my main concern. My patient’s lower left, first bicuspid had an old direct pulp cap that abscessed. I performed endodontics on the tooth but the pain did not

FIGURE 8: Close-up picture of the tip of a "paking" instrument.
February 1, 2001 Feature

General Dentistry: A New Nonsurgical Treatment for Periodontal Patients Who Refuse Surgery

by Dr. John Linghorne, DDS

Most general practitioners have many patients with moderate to advanced periodontal disease who refuse to have surgical treatment. The author, a periodontist, his brother a general practitioner and their father a periodontist developed, tested and used a nonsurgical approach on

February 1, 2001 Feature

See Websites

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www.film.comMovie reviews, clips, zine and lots to read including news and box office statistics. Features an excellent use of technology.www.imdb.comThe Internet Movie Database is the best place to settle a movie bet. Here, you can find out which Planet of

January 1, 2001 Feature

Web Sites (January 01, 2001)

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www.bbc.comMay look like any other portal, but click on a menu choice like ‘history’ to find intelligently written articles. Don’t miss the 24-hour news and feature broadcasts.www.bitpipe.comA one-stop shop for technical news and analysis on the Web. This site has

January 1, 2001 Feature

Doctors Beware: The Dilemma of Infant Oral Care

by M-Reza Nouri, DMD, Dip.Paedo., FRCD(C)

I recently had the opportunity to examine a five-year-old boy as a new patient in my office. The medical history was non-contributory other than seasonal asthma and the fact that he had undergone three surgeries for cleft lip and palate.The

January 1, 2001 Feature

INFECTION CONTROL: Kissing Spreads AIDS-related Virus

by R. A. Clappison, DDS, FRCD(C)

Herpes virus 8 was discovered in 1994 and is the cause of a cancer of the skin known as Kaposi’s sarcoma. Some researchers had suspected that the virus was transmitted by sexual intercourse but the November 9th issue of the

Diamond Head, Oahu served as the backdrop for Dr. Ed MacMurdo and his staff (l to r): Tara Villeforte, Christine Rybak, Shirley Carlson and Lisa Simmons.
January 1, 2001 Feature

See Pictures (January 01, 2001)

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Please note: PHOTOS WILL NOT BE RETURNED. Due to space and quality requirements, we are unable to print every photo we receive.Show us where YOU read Oral Health. Send your photos to: Oral Health, 1450 Don Mills Rd., Don Mills,

January 1, 2001 Feature

Self Learning Assessment (January 01, 2001)

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The SLSA program is based on current, referenced literature and consists of 40 questions, answers, rationales and references. Answers appear at the end of each quiz.Dentists who complete the 15 question quiz in the November, 2001 issue of Oral Health

December 1, 2000 Feature

Learning Assessment: Self Learning, Self Assessment Program for Dentists

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SLSA 2001 Self Learning/Self Assessment 2001 will commence in the January 2001 issue of OralHealth. The format will continue to be four items per month for 10 months, followed by a 15-question quiz in the November 2001 issue.Advertisement Dentists who

December 1, 2000 Feature

A summary of interesting sites for our readers to browse (December 01, 2000)

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If you know of a site your colleagues would find informative, send the information to: Catherine Wilson, Managing Editor, cwilson@corporate.southam.caAdvertisement or fax: (416) 442-2214 www.legal-fiction.com Law and literature go hand-in-hand, but before you publish the next great thriller, submit your

December 1, 2000 Feature

PERIODONTICS: Periodontal Disease as a Risk Factor for Cardiovascular Disease

by Henry H. Chang, DDS, MS and Haihong Chen

ABSTRACT: Coronary heart disease is one of the leading causes of morbidity and death in most countries. In the United States, coronary heart disease is responsible for one of every five deaths. In recent years, a number of studies have

December 1, 2000 Feature

PRODUCT PROFILE: Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA): An Updated Review

by Ioana Cirstescu, DDS and Maria-Lilliana Rodriguez, DDS

ABSTRACT: Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA)* is a special purpose dental material developed at Loma Linda University. Studies to evaluate its properties and explore possible applications have yielded promising results. Ease of manipulation as well as the unique ability to stimulate

FIGURE 7 Radiographs confirms that the canals were successfully located.
December 1, 2000 Feature

ENDODONTICS: The Use of Apex Locators in the Diagnosis of Perforations

by Yosi Nahmias, DDS, MSc.

It is Monday morning, you are starting a root canal on an upper first molar. The x-ray shows that the canals are calcified. You make your access opening in a careful manner and after half an hour of drilling you

Dr. Ivalise Alvarez Rosa and friend in Cienfuegos, Cuba with their favorite dental journal.
December 1, 2000 Feature

See Pictures (December 01, 2000)

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Show us where YOU read Oral Health. Send your photos to: Oral Health, 1450 Don Mills Rd., Don Mills, ON M3B 2X7 Please note: PHOTOS WILL NOT BE RETURNED. Due to space and quality requirements, we are unable to print

FIGURE 14
December 1, 2000 Feature

General Dentistry: Full Arch Triple Tray Technique

by Ronald N. Porth, DMD

The triple tray technique is a very efficient method for taking impressions. The impression taken prior to preparing the teeth can be utilized to fabricate both the temporary restoration and then the final impression, which includes the opposing occlusion. The

December 1, 2000 Feature

ENDODONTICS: Coronal Leakage: A Clinical Studies Review

by Stephen Johal, DMD

A 43-year-old woman saw her dentist complaining of a toothache. Her medical history was not significant. The maxillary left lateral incisor was diagnosed as the cause of her complaint. There was no sinus tract or buccal swelling, EPT gave a