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August 6, 2019 Feature ImplantologyOral Health

Minimally Invasive Surgical And Prosthetic Management Of A Failed Implant In The Esthetic Zone

by Dr. Sherif Said

Introduction Management of the peri-implant soft tissue contours is a critical component of esthetic implant therapy. In patients with high esthetic demands, minimally invasive surgical techniques and prosthetic soft tissue development are important in achieving a seamless, naturally appearing implant

October 24, 2016 News AnesthesiologyDental OfficeDentistryGeneral PracticeNewsOral Surgery

Many Questions are Arising Around Alberta’s Anesthesia Guidelines

by Alexandra Zabjek, CBC News

Alberta is one of just two provinces where dentists with specialized training both administer general anesthetic and perform a dental procedure on a patient, according to a CBC inquiry. The majority of provinces require at least two “operators” be present

February 19, 2012 News ImplantologyNew Technologies

Hiossen Osstem Cas-Kit Crestal Approuch sinus lifting kit

by ken


July 29, 2011 News Clinical case report - prostho/ortho

La Dolce Vita

by ken

From ZERODONTO – by Drs. Cozzolino, Mariniello, Sorrentino and CDT Sacchetta A new technique of prosthetic dental abutment movement with individualized fixed resin provisional crowns and resilient material is proposed……. Clinical case 1 A man 26 years old came to

May 28, 2011 News Dental TraumaEndodonticsImplantology

Expasyl – the concept of extrapolation makes good sense

by ken

Had the occasion to chat with Dr. Jordan Soll a while back and for some reason, the subject of his use of Expasyl came up. It’s primary purpose is for tissue retraction. As I listened to him describe it’s value,

May 13, 2011 News General News

Seven trillion patients will ask you, “can I have this done?”

by ken

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February 13, 2011 News Pathology

Compartmental tongue surgery yields better outcomes

by ken

By Donna Domino, Associate Editor – from DrBicuspid.com – FULL ARTICLE February 9, 2011 — Tongue cancer patients who have compartmental tongue surgery live longer and have fewer recurrences of the disease compared with those who undergo conventional surgery, a new retrospective study

January 5, 2011 News Oral Surgery

Is Oral Surgery Safe When Taking Blood Thinning Medications

by ken

Posted by Dr. Todd Welch on Jan 5, 2011 in Oral Surgery This questions brings up two important topics: what does warfarin do and what are the consequences for tooth removal or any other oral surgical procedures. Let’s take them

July 25, 2010 News Geriodontics

Older patients’ oral health critical prior to surgery

by ken

July 23, 2010 By: Erin Archer, R.N. from DrBicuspid.com Elderly patients presenting for surgery may be harboring undetected oral infections that could lead to expensive and life-threatening complications, according to a study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (June 1, 2010). The

July 6, 2010 News Endodontics

What would you do to treat this case?

by ken

The raw power of the internet is the ability to shift gears on the fly………the blog is in its infancy, we’re following a trodden path………perhaps we need to invent our own path and journey on one not only less travelled,