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Improperly made dentures may be a possible cause of mouth cancer
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Improperly made dentures may be a possible cause of mouth cancer

World Oral Cancer Awareness Month is celebrated annually in April. Per statistics, every day a life is lost to oral cancer. Therefore, this month is dedicated to educating the public regarding the increase in oral cancer cases internationally. The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS) states that amongst the newly diagnosed cases, a…

Teenager Loses Most Of Her Face After A Routine Tooth Extraction
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Teenager Loses Most Of Her Face After A Routine Tooth Extraction

A teenager from Cambodia lost 60% of her face following a number of supposedly routine dental procedures which resulted in an infection from ‘flesh-eating’ bacteria. 18-year-old Suth Ret developed ‘Necrotizing Fasciitis’ after minor procedures to have a tooth removed. She visited a doctor in December last year complaining of a sinus infection. He suggested she…

WORLD ORAL HEALTH DAY – THE CELEBRATION BEGINS
Events

WORLD ORAL HEALTH DAY – THE CELEBRATION BEGINS

In 2007, FDI World Dental Federation launched the largest global awareness campaign on oral health. This campaign – World Oral Health Day (WOHD) – is celebrated each year on 20th March to raise awareness across the planet for the prevention and control of oral diseases. In a world where 90% of the population will suffer…

V. International Implantology Week – Dental [R]evolution
Events

V. International Implantology Week – Dental [R]evolution

HL-DentClinic and Academy  in Baden-Baden, Germany, are hosting one of the year’s most highly-anticipated events in the world of dental technology. The V. International Implantology Week, sponsored by Century Implant Technologies (C-Tech) will consist of the following schedule packed with comprehensive and exciting events:   Tuesday, 2nd | Wednesday, 3rd | Thursday 4th CURRICULUM DIGITAL…

Stop Overusing Antibiotics In Dentistry
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Stop Overusing Antibiotics In Dentistry

The next time you are about to prescribe your patient an antibiotic for a toothache or an endodontic infection, stop, and reconsider. You may often come across patients who self-medicated their toothache with antibiotics. You will also find patients who insist on being prescribed antibiotics “just to be safe”. May people are conditioned to believe…

Man Undergoes Near-Total Face Transplantation Surgery
International News

Man Undergoes Near-Total Face Transplantation Surgery

Facial transplantation is an incredibly rare procedure of removing part or all of a donor’s face and attaching it onto a patient who has suffered facial injury or deformity. Doctors in the US have successfully completed a near-total face transplant on a 32-year-old man during an extensive, life-changing surgery to improve his ability to chew,…

Quackery and unsterilized instruments threaten lives
National News

Quackery and unsterilized instruments threaten lives

The Chairman of Patients’ Rights Forum, Dr. Noor Mehar, has informed that over 600,000 quacks are operating freely across the nation. He reiterated a passage of SOR 504, a law passed by the federal government on March 9, 2015 decreeing that all medical devices in any medical field including dental clinics, should be sterilized. Despite…

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