Head, Heart & Hands Three Essentials for Success in Dental Practice By: Hassan Maghaireh, Editorial Director; Smile Dental Journal
Dentists often feel anxious when they want to plan for successful dental practice. In some instances they become frustrated when they notice other colleagues on social medial, who are usually the successful 10% of dentists running their busy dental practices with minimal efforts and huge benefits.
Clinic Values By: Ehab Heikal | BDS, FICD, MBA, DBA
Values are a difficult quantifiable business topic to write about because they can be hard -as a business technique- to develop; and use to make better decisions and build high-powered teams.
Immediate Loading in Implant Dentistry: Prerequisites for Success By: Hassan Maghaireh - BDS, MFDS, MSc
When people have dental implants in their jaws, they usually wait several months for the bone around the implants to heal before the implants prosthetic restorations are attached to the implant. During this healing period they use removable dentures, adhesive bridges or accept having a gap. However, more recently immediate loading of dental implants started to be a popular and predictable treatment option which meets our patient’s demands for better, faster and cheaper implant therapy. The up to date evidence from the dental literature supports immediate loading when proper case selection, good clinical training and good implant system are observed. This case report demonstrates a case of immediate loading for an upper premolar case detailing the clinical steps of immediate loading in dental practice.
Soft Drink Consumption: Innocent Indulgence or Dangerous Drinking Habit? By: Louis Z.G. Touyz - BDS MSc MDent, Kelvin I. Afrashtehfar - DDS MSc
Many carcinogenic substances are known. Recently, soft drinks (pop, soda, lolly water) have been implicated in research as causing esophageal and other pre-cancerous changes. Many carcinogenic substances are known, among which carbon dioxide in gassy-drinks is becoming more and more into contention. However, gassy sugar sweetened drinks are generated on an industrial scale and its increasing production, promotion and consumption progresses unbound. This article warns about excess consumption of soft drinks as a cofactor in many conditions, such as osteoporosis, dental abfractions and diabetes, but particularly for dysplastic esophagitis, which often precedes neoplastic transformation. Moderation of imbibing soft drinks is advised.
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A New Method of Topical Anesthesia by Using Anesthetic Solution in a Patch
Class III Orthognathic Surgical Cases Facilitated by Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics: A Preliminary Report
Antibacterial Effect of New Bioceramic Pulp Capping Material on the Main Cariogenic Bacteria