The association of surgeons of India, Jharkhand chapter conducted a workshop on ‘Research Methodology’ today in the Auditorium of Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur.Continue reading “Association of Surgeons of India, Jharkhand Chapter Conducts Workshop on Research Methodology”
Indian Dental Association, Jamshedpur branch conducted scientific deliberation today in Hotel Ganga Regency. The session included interactive lectures by eminent practitioners of the city followed by IDA Open House discussion.Continue reading “IDA Jamshedpur Conducts CDE Activities”
Acyclovir is given in Herpes Simplex, Herpes Zoster and Chickenpox. It does not cure the disease but decreases the duration of illness, prevents the generation of new vesicles and reduces pain and itching. When given, it reduces post Herpetic neuralgia pain.Continue reading “Antiviral Drugs”
Herpes Zoster or Shilgles is caused by Varicella Zoster virus, the same virus that causes chicken Pox.Continue reading “Herpes Zoster”
The pontic, \pŏn΄tĭk\, is an artificial tooth on a fixed partial denture that replaces a missing natural tooth, restores its function, and usually restores the space previously occupied by the clinical crown.
The design of the pontic are as follows:Continue reading “Pontic Design”
Mucostatic technique helps in recording all the basal tissues in a non-compressed state. To record the impression by mucostatic technique, Zinc-Oxide Eugenol, Impression Plaster or Fluid Wax is used. To record the tissue details by fluid wax technique, firstly, the final impression has to be taken by conventional materials like Zinc Oxide Eugenol or impression plaster.Continue reading “Fluid Wax Technique”
According to location
- Pit and fissure caries
- Smooth surface caries
- Root surface caries
According to extent or severity
- Incipient (reversible)
- Cavitated (non reversible)
Based on whether new or old
- Initial or primary caries
- Recurrent or secondary caries
According to rate of progression (speed)
- Acute or rampant
- Chronic caries
- Arrested caries
According to Pathway of caries
- Forward caries
- Backward caries
Infection control guidelines for the management of patients with suspected or confirmed pulmonary tuberculosis in healthcare settings
These guidelines provide recommendations for healthcare workers to manage patients who are confirmed or suspected of having pulmonary tuberculosis.Continue reading “Infection Control Guidelines for TB”
Peri-implantitis is a condition of inflammation of tissues around the implant. If it is not treated, it will lead to implant failure.
The most important criterion for osseointegration of implant is primary stability. Micro movement of approximately 20 micron are known to prevent osseointegration of implant and may lead to fibrous union.Continue reading “Peri-Implantitis and Implant Failure”
- the act or process of closure or of being closed or shut off.
- the static relationship between the incising or masticating surfaces of the maxillary or mandibular teeth or tooth analogues.