Oral Health Group


November 1, 2015 Feature Dentistry

With A Little Help From My Friends A Case Report

by Dennis D. Yokota, DDS, MS

I am envious of those of you that practice with other practitioners – generalists and/or specialists. Why? Because you can easily discuss your challenging treatment plans with someone to gain another perspective. Fortunately, I practice in the midtown of a

November 1, 2015 Feature Dentistry

“Train The Brain”

by Dr. Mark H. E. Lin

I feel honoured to have been chosen as one of the editorial board members for the November (Prosthodontic Specialty) issue of Oral Health. Please allow me to extend a special thank you to my predecessor, Dr. Bruce Glazer for his

November 1, 2015 Feature Dentistry

Risk Management Advice And Guarantees In Dentistry An Interview With Ms. René Brewer

by Oral Health

All practicing dentists should be armed with practical risk management knowledge to minimize exposures to patient lawsuits and or College complaints. As such, this article will highlight some of the important information in a question and answer interview format with

November 1, 2015 Feature Cosmetic / AestheticDentalMaterials & Technology

Mise à jour des connaissances scientifiques sur les facettes dentaires en porcelaine

by Francine Albert

La demande pour des facettes en porcelaine a beaucoup augmenté depuis les dix dernières années (Stappert et al. 2005). Historiquement, la façon la plus prévisible de corriger l’esthétique des dents antérieures était de poser des couronnes. Les avances en techniques

November 1, 2015 Feature Dentistry

Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Dental Implants and Fixed Dental Prostheses

by Goth Siu, BHSc, DMD, MS, Cert. Prostho., FRCD(C)

Advances in dental implant research, design and their clinical application have greatly changed dental care. Improved protocols in implant therapy over the last several decades have made implant supported restorations biologically and mechanically predictable.1-5 However, there is still a role

October 1, 2015 Feature Dentistry

Clinical Management Of Peri-Implantitis And Periodontitis: Are There Differences In Treatment Protocols?

by Eugene Kryshtalskyj, DDS, Dip. Perio., MSc (Perio), FRCD(C); Eugene Gerald Kryshtalskyj, BSc(hons); Alexander Matthew Kryshtalskyj, HBSc, BSc(hons)

IntroductionDental implants have evolved significantly over time. Four thousand years ago root form bamboo pegs were tapped into the jawbone to replace lost teeth, which changed to similarly shaped pegs made of precious metals or ivory in Egypt 2000 years