Dr. Tara Renton discusses nerve injury Prevention is better than cure in all instances of iatrogenic nerve damage — but when it happens, it is crucial that clinicians take the appropriate steps to manage the condition. Management of local anesthetic (LA)-related injuries is essentially by counseling and medication for pain, if it is present. The …Read CE Article
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Dr. Adam Patel details the huge potential of piezosurgery for improving the predictability and ease of dental implant treatment Piezosurgery was first introduced in 1988. Its development was encouraged by the need for high levels of precision and safety in bone surgery compared with that achieved by standard bur and saw instruments (Landes, et al., …Read CE Article
Drs. Andrew Shelley and Richard Oliver examine how to prepare for the risk of hemorrhage when placing implants in the lower jaw While tooth loss in industrialized countries is in decline, the population is rising at the same time — and with it, the proportion of people over the age of 65. This means that …Read CE Article