When Brisbane dentist, Dr Erik Fung planned a new dental practice, he wanted a surgery that was both stylish and practical.
If you communicate effectively with patients; drive a consumer-oriented healthcare experience – i.e. know specific patient preferences and engage with them effectively; you should already be driving a steady stream of treatments plan and case acceptance.
A smile goes a long way and that’s certainly the case for many children in Cambodia. To help improve the smiles and oral health of Cambodian communities, Your Aid, We Deliver is calling for dentists to help make a difference to the people of Cambodia by lending their skills and expertise, whilst also having an enriching experience and developing their skills.
CASE STUDY: A 42 year old female was referred to DMDI for a Cone Beam CT of the 21/22 region. The referrer expressed concerns regarding potential horizontal root fracture of 21 and coronal root fracture of 22, due to recent trauma.
By Mark Tuffley, BDSc (Hons) (Qld), MB BS (Qld), MDSc
In this article, we present a complex case of leukoplakia progressing to early squamous cell carcinoma and it’s effective surgical management with Geistlich Mucograft combined with Complex Nutritional Metabolite (CNM) antiseptic wound dressings.
By Dr Chris Farrell BDS, CEO & Founder of Myofunctional Research Co.
A certain means of sparking lively exchange between dental practitioners is to raise the topic of Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ/D). Opinions regarding the causes of TMJ/D are varied, but aside from offering a nightguard to prevent bruxing or a referral to a prosthodontist, treating the multifactorial causes of the widespread disorder remains a grey area for the profession.