Happy Thanksgiving! Dear Colleagues, Happy holiday greetings to our amazing dental community! 2019 has been a year filled with immense gratitude towards our referring dentists and patients.
Dear Dental Community, Hope all is well! Please see the seminar flyer below for our upcoming event on Thursday, October 17, 2019. Please do not hesitate to give us a call at 909-396-9944 with any questions. RSVP can be done via phone, fax, or e-mail in which all contact information is provided on the registration form below. Until [...]
After failure of root canal treatment, apical surgery with retrograde obturation may be a good alternative when conventional orthograde re-treatment cannot be accomplished. Successful surgery requires placing a root-end filling to prevent possible bacterial reinfection. The ideal root-end filling material should be biocompatible, bioactive, stable, insoluble, and have no mutagenicity; it should also [...]
Peri-implant mucositis, which resembles gingivitis around natural teeth, may progress to peri-implantitis, a pathological inflammatory condition that occurs in the coronal portion of dental implants and leads to progressive loss of supporting bone. Prevalence of these conditions is high, with peri-implantitis occurring in nearly 20% and peri-implant mucositis in nearly half of all [...]
Chronic apical periodontitis, an inflammation of the apical periodontium, typically results in an osteolytic apical lesion of endodontic origin, most frequently presenting as asymptomatic apical periodontitis. Studies have shown an epidemiological connection between apical lesions of endodontic origin (ALEOs) and cardiovascular diseases, including endothelial dysfunction, atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. While an elevated [...]
LINK: " Infection Control Presentation Outline CDB cut handout" Please view the following link which highlights the June 20th Infection Control presentation. You may also print the PDF file in advance to follow along with Ms. Nancy Dewhirst. Thank you!