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The AEGD provides training in both primary and comprehensive therapeutic oral health care for patients of any age including individuals with special health care needs; this program prepares dentists for an advanced general practice that includes proficiency in the management of multidisciplinary care.
- One of the most common childhood fears is going to the dentist. Who would not relate? Sitting in a huge chair illuminated by blinding light; enduring lengthy seated sessions with someone looking and poking inside your mouth using edgy and frightening devices. And finally, when the torture is over, that same someone tells you not to eat your favourite sweets and instructs you to brush your teeth regularly. We’ve all been through this as a kid and childhood memories stick with us; just recalling this might send a shiver down your spine. No one likes to go to the dentist in spite of the fact that everyone knows how crucial oral health is and how strongly it is connected to our overall health. But an armada of new technologies from virtual reality through artificial intelligence (A.I.) to CRISPR will revolutionise dentistry and our whole attitude towards oral health in the future.
Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that treats malocclusion, a condition in which the teeth are not correctly positioned when the mouth is closed. This results in an improper bite. An orthodontist specializes in making the teeth straight.
Just as clinical dentistry utilizes standard approaches to assessing individual children’s oral health status through complete examination, providing needed services through clinical care, and ensuring oral health promotion through ongoing preventive care, so too does population-oriented public health dentistry conduct surveillance to assess population health, attend to the adequacy and availability of dental care delivery systems to provide care, and conduct oral health promotion activities that maximize the totality of a society’s oral health.
Nanodentistry is defined as the science and technology of diagnosing, treating and preventing oral and dental diseases, relieving pain, preserving and improving dental health using nanostructured material.
The word Cosmetic Dentistry is used to refer to any dental work that enhances the appearance of teeth, gums as well as gingiva. It principally concentrates on improvement dental aesthetics in shading, position, shape, size, arrangement and general smile appearance. Many dental specialists refer to themselves as "cosmetic dentists". Cosmetic dentistry procedures are used for the aesthetic appearance of the teeth i.e. Tooth-colour fillings, fractured teeth and proper alignment of teeth.
Normally the body's natural defenses and good oral health care, such as daily brushing and flossing, keep bacteria under control. However, without proper oral hygiene, bacteria can reach levels that might lead to oral infections, such as tooth decay and gum disease.
Geriatric dentistry deals with the dental care to older adults which involves diagnosing, preventing, managing and treating of problems associated with age related diseases. The mouth is cited as a mirror of overall health, strengthen that oral health is an essential part of general health. A number of physiological changes take place to the geriatric population with age. Some of them include gastrointestinal, renal, cardiovascular, respiratory, and immune systems often decrease in efficiency, and these impacts upon the entire body, including oral health. The most common oral changes in the aged people are tooth loss, dental caries, periodontitis, dry mouth and oral cancer. People who have lost their teeth partially or completely are referred to as edentulous however who have not lost teeth is referred to as dentate. Palliative care comes into play when the patient’s disease is not reacting to the treatment. It deals with patients at the final stage of the disease where the patients disease is not responding to the the treatment. Dental expression in palliative care may be defined as the increased dental services with a goal of providing prominent achievable oral care to patients who are in critical condition, where oral lesions greatly impact on quality of remaining life of patients, also the initiation and progression of oral lesions may be related to direct or indirect succession of disease, its treatment or both. Maintaining proper oral hygiene will be a difficult task for sick and critical condition patients, hence the main goal of dentist in palliative team should focus on oral comfort which comprise maintenance of oral hygiene, wipe out painful conditions like mucositis, infectious diseases, and ulcerative conditions of oral cavity.
Oral cancer includes cancers of the mouth and the back of the throat. Oral cancers develop on the tongue, the tissue lining the mouth and gums, under the tongue, at the base of the tongue, and the area of the throat at the back of the mouth.Oral cancer accounts for roughly three percent of all cancers diagnosed annually in the United States, or about 53,000 new cases each year.Oral cancer most often occurs in people over the age of 40 and affects more than twice as many men as women. Most oral cancers are related to tobacco use, alcohol use (or both), or infection by the human papilloma virus (HPV).
Prosthodontics is one of the branches of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth and the associated soft and hard tissues by prostheses (crowns, bridges, dentures) which may be fixed or removable, or may be supported and retained by implants.
Endodontics is a routine part of restorative dental procedures. Many teeth presenting with large, old restorations require endodontic intervention to manage tooth pain and allow for restorability.