Volume 10, Issue 1 - March 2015
“Digital Dentistry” & “Bionic Dentist” the Future of Dentistry Today
By: Alexandre Khairallah
Within the last twenty-five years, the advent of computer has revolutionized our life in general and our work as dentists in particular. Incorporation of digital technology is now becoming an integral part of contemporary dentistry...
Modern Dental Marketing Strategies
By: Salman Khan
Many years ago when I started working, the only form of advertising that could be used by a Dental Clinic was listing in the local Yellow pages. Advertising was almost perceived as being ‘cheap’ in the UK...
Debate in Focus
”No-preparation” and Minimally Invasive Veneers in Clinical Practice: | Part 1
By: Beata SmielakObjectives: “No preparation” veneers and veneers requiring minimal preparation of dental enamel are steadily increasing in popularity among today’s dental practitioners but they are suitable for selected individual cases...
Dental Care Throughout Pregnancy: Do’s and Don’ts
By: Alexandre Khairallah
The most challenging problem in the orthodontic practice is the palatally impacted canine and the most commonly used treatment modality is canine alignment and withdrawal to the line of occlusion. However, the duration and prognosis of such treatment is not always predictable. The orthodontic traction may take much longer time than expected and patients may encounter pain more frequently than explained. It has become obvious that all efforts should be made to make canine orthodontic movement more predictable without exerting unnecessary forces onto the neighboring teeth to avoid the well-known side effects to the remainder of the dentition...
Noncarious Cervical Lessions: From Etiology to Therapy
By: Marta Krolo, Aleksandra Kovacevic
The purpose of this article was to briefly summarize the most important characteristics of noncarious cervical lesions, as well as the etiological factors that lead to their formation. Cervical area represents one of the most sensitive parts of the tooth due to the specific position, as well as the structure and thickness of hard tissue. It is less resistant to various chemical and mechanical stimuli, and as a result the lesions in this area are frequently encountered in everyday practice...
Effect on Micro-Leakage of Composite Resoration with Two Different Adhesives after Bleaching
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effects of two different adhesive systems after bleaching with 38% Hydrogen peroxide on microleakage of Class V composite resin restorations.
Research Summaries in Focus
Summarized & Presented by: Mohammad Adnan Abu Khalifeh
Two Minutes with
Dr. Bassam F. Rabie
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