Craniofacial Fracture Injuries – Le Fort Classification

Introduction   Maxillofacial fractures is one of the common dental-medical combination trauma in the emergency room. Traffic accidents has been highlighted as the major causes in clinical reports.1-3 To have the better outcomes, diagnosis and treatment planning are essential to provide to different patients according to his/ her situation. It is necessary to identify different…

Porphyromonas Gingivalis – The Bacteria of Periodontitis II (microorganisms, treatment)

*the article is also available on E7 Dental E-Publishing. (E7 dent., 2015;2:28-32) P. gingivalis, the Red Complex   Porphyromonas gingivalis is a non-motile, Gram-negative, rod-shaped, asaccharolytic, anaerobic pathogenic coccobacillus bacterium. (Figure 3) Consider as “black-pigmented bacteroides” because of black colonies formation on blood agar. It is aerotolerant which helps the transmission of the organism between individuals…

Porphyromonas Gingivalis – The Bacteria of Periodontitis I (introduction, oral biofilms)

*the article is also available on E7 Dental E-Publishing. (E7 dent., 2015;2:28-32) Introduction   Periodontal disease is considered as an gum infection of the tissues that surround and support your teeth. It is an inflammatory-based infection with progressive destruction of the periodontal ligament (PDL) and alveolar bone, leading to tooth loss. Gum infection starts from initial…

Case Study of Class III Malocclusion with Unilateral Posterior Crossbite and Facial Asymmetry

Abstract The study case was presented to the Brazilian Board of Orthodontics and Facial Orthopedics (BBO) by Silvio Rosan de Oliveira. Using the treatment maxillary dental expansion, mandibular dental contraction and anterior crossbite correction, eliminating the difference between maximum intercuspation (MIC) and Centric relation (CR). The report showed the diagnosis and the effective of the…

Unilateral Transversal Problem in Orthodontics, Basis & Therapy

Introduction   There are three planes to describe the craniofacial structure. Sagittal planes, coronal planes, and transverse planes. The transverse planes passes horizontally through the body, and divide the body into upper and lower portions. It is widely used to describe the left and the right relationships in professional field. Orthodontic transversal problem is considered…

Treatment of Internal Root Resorption with MTA: Theoretical Review

Introduction   Root resorption is a complex dental application that can lead to dental loss. Different classifications are made according to the cause and location.1 Including the inflammatory root resorption, whether is predentin or on the precementum. Dental trauma, surgical procedures, excessive pressure and irritation from bleaching agents are also considered as one of the causes.1…

E7 Dental E-publishing – Coming Soon!

  We are happy to announce our E7 dental epub. is ready to publish on 14 of September, 2015!   E7 dental e-publishing is one of the online/ paperwork of P&W | EViDENT. The publication contains 7 topics per volume in different aspects of dentistry. It is more like a magazine with both dental research…