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Bisphosphonates are widely used for the treatment of abnormal bone metabolism for example in osteoporosis. Their continuative use leads to a strong inhibition...


Sinus elevation surgery has become a sought -after part of implant dentistry and procedures have evolved over the last 25 years to a point where sinus grafting...


Tooth loss results in  bone remodeling and reduction in horizontal and vertical dimensions of the alveolar ridge. In the posterior upper jaw a sinus...


Title: Management of Complications Associated with Elevation of the Maxillary SinusAuthor: Prof. Matteo ChiapascoWhen: May 8th, 2020Time: 8pm GMT+2 – 2pm EST – 11am...


Tooth extraction causes vertical and horizontal alveolar bone resorption with a spontaneous volumetric hard and soft tissue remodeling. This unfavourable...


Platelet-rich plasma (PRP)  is a concentration of platelets derived from the centrifugation of autologous whole blood. It is extensively used to promote soft...


Surgical extraction of impacted mandibular third molar is a common treatment performed with a therapeutic or prophylactic aim. Complications associated with this practice are various; nonetheless,...


Intrabony cista in the jaw are the most common benign findings in the oral and maxillofacial area. The best treatment option to manage intrabony cystic lesions...


Maxillary third molar extraction is commonly performed in dental clinics. The traditional techniques is a combination of luxation and removal forces...


Restoration of teeth with insufficient coronal tooth structure due to deep caries, resorption or traumatic injury with fracture line extended under gingival...


Patient’s anxiety, surgical difficulty, medical background can lead the dentist to choose to perform the wisdom tooth extraction under general rather than...


Tooth autotransplantation is the transplantation of one's own tooth from one site of the mouth to another edentulous site. This technique is possible only when a donor tooth is available....


Sutures are the most frequently used medical device for wound closure. Similarly to other materials being implanted in the human body, suture materials are also...


Odontogenic keratocyst (OKC), also known as keratoconus odontogenic tumor, is locally aggressive and frequently relapses, with most relapses occurring within 5 years of treatment. It originates...


Panoramic radiography, also known as orthopantomography (OPG), is commonly used in facial and dental pain investigations. This radiographic modality shows the...


Impacted third molars are directly or indirectly the underlying cause of numerous disorders in the mouth, jaw and facial regions like:  pericoronitis...


Maxillary sinus elevation has been shown to be a safe and effective means of creating adequate vital bone formation for implant placement in pneumatized ...


Co-authors: G. Monaco, S. Cecchini, G.A. Pelliccioni.

Late infections resulting from the surgical removal of third molars, despite having a relatively low incidence (from 0.5% to 1.8%), represent a significant ...


Co-authors: A. L. Rossi, V. Capilupi, D. Palombo - Department of biomedical, surgical and dental sciences, Università degli studi di Milano, ASST Santi Paolo e Carlo, Clinical Unit of Oral Surgery

INTRODUCTION Tooth extraction is associated with a significant alteration of the soft tissues surrounding the post-extraction alveolus. The alveolar bone...


INTRODUCTION Post-extraction or post-surgical bleeding, defined as continuous bleeding for more than 8-12 hours after dental extraction or an oral surgery,...


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