Monthly Archives: August 2016

Malignant Minor Salivary Gland Tumors : imaging , clinical findings , pathology , treatment , epidemiology

   Malignant Minor Salivary Gland Tumors       Epidemiology  The same malignancies that arise in the major salivary glands occur in the minor salivary glands. Depending on the series,… Read more »

Root Coverage Procedures

Root Coverage Procedures – Surgical procedures used in the treatment of recession defects may basically be classified as: (1) pedicle soft tissue graft procedures (2) free soft tissue graft procedures… Read more »

Benign Minor Salivary Gland Tumors : imaging , clinical findings , pathology , treatment , epidemiology

   Benign Minor Salivary Gland Tumors       Epidemiology  A minor salivary gland consists of cellular constituents of the major salivary glands (parotid, submandibular, sublingual) that are located within… Read more »

clinical practice management of pediatric children

Child Management from Practice Management Perspective – The clinical practice management of pediatric children is a mixture of • Leadership • Planning • Marketing • Time management • Delegation •… Read more »

Follow-up Visits of Previously Treated Children

Follow-up Visits of Previously Treated Children – Most children previously treated by a dentist satisfactorily/unsatisfactorily have memories of their dental visits. – The nature and extent of dental care delivered… Read more »

Gingival Recession : introduction , Classification , Index

 Gingival Recession     Introduction      Gingival recession is characterized by the displacement of the gingival margin apically from the cementoenamel junction, or CEJ, or from the former location of the… Read more »

Management of Children with Special Care Needs

Management of Children with Special Care Needs – The World Health Organization has defined a handicapped individual as; “One who over an appreciable period is prevented by physical and mental… Read more »

Pharmacological Management of Pediatric Children

Pharmacological Management of Pediatric Children – Any discussion of child management in dentistry is incomplete without the inclusion of pharmacological methods such as conscious sedation, deep sedation and general anesthesia…. Read more »