Oral Medicine

Detecting Oral Cancer: A New Technique and Case Reports

Until now it has been difficult to determine which abnormal tissues in the mouth...

Aphthous Ulcers: Treatment and Case Report

Aphthous ulcers are a common occurrence in the general population. Although not life-threatening, they...

Oral Candidiasis Infections With Limited Clinical Findings

The most frequently isolated human oral fungal pathogen is Candida albicans.1 Other opportunistic and...

Oral Manifestation of a Food Allergy: Case Report

Adverse reaction following the ingestion of a specific food is common for some people....

Intentional Extraction and Reimplantation of the Same Tooth

Preservation of natural dentition is the primary goal of any conservative treatment modality. Although...

The Dentist’s Role in Managing Oral Complications of Cancer Therapies

More than a million new cases of cancer are diagnosed in the United States...

Geographic Tongue: Literature Review and Case Reports

Erythema migrans (EM) is a benign, red-and-white condition that commonly affects the tongue. When...

Extraction, Bone Graft, and Immediate Placement of a 6-Unit Fixed Bridge

Placing a permanent fixed bridge immediately after extraction has always been a tricky and...

Review of Hemostatic Agents Used In Dentistry

Dentists perform a variety of surgical procedures frequently requiring the need for a hemostatic...

The Use of Disposable Electrode Tips in Radiosurgery

The use of disposable electrode tips in radiosurgery—one of several types of electrodes designed...