Traumatic Osteoarthtis, Temporomandibular Joint, dental case studies
This case study discusses a case of Traumatic Osteoarthtis of the Left Temporomandibular Joint with bite changes. The document has multiple images and notes on the condition including clinical presentation, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and therapeutic strategy.
This case study is courtesy of Douglas R. Wall, DDS is in private practice in Long Beach, California. He is a Visiting Lecturer and Part-Time faculty at the UCLA School of Dentistry Orofacial Pain and Sleep Medicine Residency as well as an Associate Professor and Part-time faculty at the USC School of Dentistry Orofacial Pain and Oral Medicine Residency.
Bilateral giant cell granulomata of the mandible: report of case
This case study discusses a case of bilateral giant cell granulomata of the mandible in a 28-years-old female. The document highlights the clinical presentation, radiographic and microscopic features of the case. It also provides information about the disease and its lesions.
This case is courtesy of Michael G. Cassatly, DMD, Certified Business Coach Diplomate, American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, President, MedAchieve Inc. To contact him for more details, please check his website: www.medachieve.com
Cemento-Ossifying Fibroma Presenting as a Posterior Fossa Mass Lesion
Ewing’s Sarcoma of the Mandible in a Young Child
Case Studies of Five Dental Mercury Amalgam Separator Programs
This case study is highlighting five dental mercury amalgam separator programs. It was carried out by Quicksilver Caucus (QSC) in order to evaluate the effects of releasing mercury in the environment. The case study discusses amalgam separator program applied by authorities in Maine, Massachusetts, New York, Metropolitan and Washington State.