KAVO | Imaging Presented by: Dr. Katya Archambault Monday June 14, 2021 Course Code: DAG61421 In this course with Dr. Katya Archambault, the clinician will
Course Category: 730 Oral Medicine
This article provides a thorough analysis of the flow of a dental head and neck examination, recommendations on implementing a more comprehensive exam with consistency in dental practice, a review of the normal anatomy, and methods to identify abnormalities and effectively follow up.
There are processes involved in loss of tooth structure that have nothing to do with bacteria, fracture, infection or caries.
There have been significant advances in digital technologies for dentistry. This has offered a new paradigm in workflow techniques for the general practice and most
The BaleDoneen Method—a medical model found to be effective in preventing heart attack, stroke, and diabetes—stresses the importance of oral health in the reduction of
Xerostomia is a term that describes the feeling of having a dry mouth, whether as a perceived sensation or the result of salivary gland hypofunction. Regardless of
Lip competency plays an important role in growth and development within the craniofacial complex. It is an essential component of proper oral rest posture. When lip incompetency
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which is a partial or complete blockage of a person’s airway, is a serious medical condition estimated to affect more than
The new millennium has brought about great advances in technology and innovation. One of those advancements is the discovery of the link between human papillomavirus
SEER (Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results) data demonstrates a decline in oral cancer for tobacco related sites; however, there is a strong trend toward an