It varies depending on whether it is a teaching institute, or a private dental clinic.
Generally, teaching institutions charge nominally, only to recover the cost of the dental material. This is because patients are a necessity for the students to learn the different dental procedures under the guidance of teachers. Here, scaling costs may range…[Read more]
Prosthodontics- it is that branch of dentistry that deals with prosthetics or artifical replacements.
They believe in replacing the whole or a part of the whole. And they can give what u want in different varieties- right from partial/complete, fixed/removable, implants, dental/dentofacial/maxillofacial replacements sometimes nose, ear…[Read more]
There are essentially 3 types of wear on teeth that clinicians may encounter: attrition, abrasion, and erosion.2 However, the literature repeatedly notes that wear mechanisms rarely occur alone, instead acting in combination with each other.2,3
Attrition is seen often in dentistry and is typically described as tooth-to-tooth wear caused either by…[Read more]
There has been a period of time in dentistry where the Avulsed permanent incisor has been seen as a nuisance that can be treated with proper protocols.
However, though we as dentists can look like heroes replanting these teeth, there have been very few studies done on the long-term implications of this treatment, mostly because the bulk of all…[Read more]
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