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Dental Health covers the overall health conditions of the teeth gums, pulp, and dental tissue. It deals with the diseases and medical conditions which affects a person Dental health such as Gums and Cavities. Thus, it does not limit to the teeth structures and its conditions, but it extends to the temporomandibular joint and other supporting, muscles, nervous, vascular, and anatomical structures which decides the optimum dental condition of an individual.
- Public Health Dentistry
- Dental Rehabilitation
- Dental Education and Practices
- Academic Dentistry
Tooth Anatomy plays a major role in deciding the Dental treatment for various dental diseases. The various structure of the tooth and its significance can be studied and practiced elaborately. Though various treatment procedures are present, the management of tooth care must be implemented to lead exemplary dental care which can be done through various procedures and simple daily practices.
- Teeth Morphology
- Dental Hygiene
- Teeth Nomenclature
- Traditional Dental care
Dental care from infant age is a must in order to maintain their future dental health. Thus, unusual eating habits, improper tooth structures, and Milk tooth during their childhood can be improved by consulting the Paediatric Dentist regularly to avoid improper alignment of the Teeth which may bring out facial discomfort for the individual. This also includes educating the parents about nutritional diets for the children.
- Prenatal dental health
- Tongue Thrusting
- Pediatric dental care and Management
- Recent trends in Paediatric Dentistry
Though the effect of the tumor cells is seen more in the soft tissues of the dental parts such as Pulps and Gums which causes Red and White Patches like structures which can be lethal in the end stage of the conditions. Oral cancer is mainly caused by smoking, drinking, chewing tobacco, hereditary, mutation of genes and Human Papilloma Virus. Removal of the cancerous cells can be decided based on the stage of the cancer cells. Treatment methods such as Tumour resection are preferred for the removal of the tumor region.
- Pathogenesis of Oral Cancer
- Complications in Oral cancer
- Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy
- Trends and treatments of Oral cancer
- Prevention and Management care in Oral Cancer
Orthodontics is one of the branches in the field of dentistry which involves the correction in irregularities of the tooth structures using various appliances and methods. It helps in correcting the tooth posture and alignment which can improve the facial appearances. Dental complications such as crowded teeth, missing teeth, and broken teeth can be repaired by using orthodontics products.
- Jaw and teeth image scanning
- Orthodontic gene therapy
- Usage of Orthodontics and practices
- Discomforts, Scratches, and bruises
- Root Shortening in Orthodontics
Epidemiology of Dental and Oral Health: The causes of the dental disorders which can be seen throughout the individual’s life from the childhood till the adulthood varies according to the appropriate nutrient content intake and diet management. As some of the determinants of the dental disorders involves affecting not only the oral health of the individual but it also affects the entire body health which can be critical at some time. Improper education of Dental health, insufficient medical care in remote geographical locations may also play a vital role.
- Unusual diet
- The deficit in Nutrient Intake
- Chewing and intake of Tobacco products
- Role of Fermentable Carbohydrates
Dental Complications: The Complications which may occur during the dental treatment can cause threatening problems especially after the treatments and procedures. Dental Complications can also incur the high failure rate of the treatment for the individuals which can cause total Tooth damage. As per the Dental Associations, Dental complications can be overcome by using various pain relievers and local anaesthesia in the treatment region.
- Bleeding and Inflammation
- Swelling and Pain
Pathophysiology of Dental and Oral disorders: In General, the overall changes in the case of Dental problems will be more prominent in the Dental region. The physiological consequences may be due to the bacteria present in the cavities which slowly tends to involve in the breakdown and degradation of the teeth. Mutans Streptococci is the common bacteria which is present in the cavities and thus during its process of breaking down of the teeth, it releases an acid which can be harmful to the body at an increased extent of the release. Inflammation of the Tooth can also cause problems in the rest of the body.
- Demineralization and Remineralisation
- The collapse of the Entire Structure of Tooth
- Chewing Problems
- Dental health and Diabetes
Clinical Researches in Dental Health: Treatment of various dental disorders, comparing the efficiency of the treatment and the comfort of the patient which can be done to identify the perfect treatment for the corresponding dental condition through clinical researches. Identifying the most compatible biomaterials which are used in periodontics, orthodontics, and endodontics and improving the quality of the product which is used for the patient will be decided under the clinical dental trials.
- Quality of Dental Health care
- Compatibility of the Materials
- Patient Acceptability of the treatment
Dental Caries and Treatment Methodologies: Dental caries which is the most common dental disease case which is the accumulation of the bacteria in the tooth region which is exposed to fermented carbohydrates of the food which is taken in by the person. Treatment and diagnostic methods such as Root canal, Wisdom tooth removal, Internal tooth Imaging and many regular treatments such as scaling and grooving which should be carried out in order to maintain a healthy dental condition.
- Laser Dental treatment
- Dental Braces and Removing Techniques
- Grooving and Shaping of damaged Teeth
- Cavity Treatments
- Gum Surgery
Dental Imaging: Imaging in Dentistry generally involves the Digital Radiography which like the principle of Common X-ray imaging. The types of Dental Radiographs are periapical, panoramic and cephalometric where the small x-ray films are placed between the teeth. 2-Dimensional images are used commonly but since the depth of the structures are not identified 3D images are preferred nowadays which gives the accurate measurement of the depth and width of the tooth.
- Digital Dentistry
- Digital radiographs
- Dental Computed Tomography and Cone beam imaging
- Ultrasound Dental Imaging
- Magnetic Dental Imaging
Dental Products and Biomaterials: Biocompatible Dental materials include metals, polymers, Chemical Resins and synthetic materials which are easily accepted by the host body of the individual without any effects in the host. These materials can be used to play the exact same function of the natural tooth. Resins and gums which are used to fill the cavities which are made up by the dimethacrylate, silicon dioxide, Amalgam and many more.
- Dental Fillings
- Dental Caps and Supporting structures
- Dental Crowns
- Prosthetics in Dentistry
- Adhesives used in Dentistry
Dental Implants: Implants can be useful for individuals who have improper teeth alignment and damaged tooth which highly affects the facial look of the person. Using dental implants such as an artificial tooth, Mandibular jaw implant, Molar Implants which proves to be the best choice for improving the facial and dental irregularities.
- Tapered Dental Implants
- Endosteal Implants
- Risks and Complications
- Micro and Nano Dental Implant Materials
Dental Cosmetics: Cosmetic Dentistry is one of the branches of the Dentistry which gives importance in Shape, size, and positioning of the Teeth which increases the aesthetic appearances of the individual’s Teeth. Cosmetic dentistry involves coloured tooth caps, crown fillings, fixation of Dentures, treatment of fractured teeth and positioning of the teeth. Since the damage in the dental region of the individuals can affect the entire facial region, Dental cosmetics are proven to be an important highlight in dental health care.
- Sports Dental guards
- Restorative materials
- Teeth Whitening
- Cosmetic dentures
Diagnosis and treatment in Dental health care: Diagnosis of dental disorders using nanobots which are inserted in the appropriate region and drug delivery to dental spots provides unique and simple dental care. Investigation of the disorder with the help of radiographic and Serum chemistry practices can be performed. Screening, Clinical examination such as checking the soft areas.
- Fluoride treatments
- Electrical Conductance
- Tooth Extraction
- Fiber optic illuminations
Advancements in Dental treatment and Therapies: Various new form of technologies are emerging in recent times to ensure that quality dental care is provided for each and every individual across the globe. Methods like Velscope which provides effective lighting can be used in detecting the earliest form of Dental disorders and painless Dental treatments which eliminates the use of needles and sharp objects. Thus, the revolutionary dental methods which can be both effective and in proper quality of treatment for the person is in implementation for quality dental health care management.
- Laser Dentistry
- Intraoral Camera
- Painless and effective sedative techniques
- Features and implementation of recent treatment methods
- Endoscopy filtered fluorescence method
Endodontics Specializes in treatment and therapies which are used for improving the pulp, tissues, and roots of the Teeth conditions especially if there are any occurrences of trauma or injury in the tooth. One of the most common and often used treatment is the root canal treatment which can be performed by an endodontist. The Advancements in treatments and therapies has made the complications in Pulp and tissues look easier.
- Surgeries and Treatments in Endodontics
- Recent trends in Root and Pulp treatments
- Complications and postoperative treatment pain
- Technologies and devices used in Endodontics
Dental Nursing is the field of Dentistry which involves in the process of treatment and surgeries as much as the dentist does. Patient care and treatment to be done must be educated and explained well to the patients well before the process which can ultimately help in smooth and undisturbed treatment for the patient. The support provided for the patient by the Dental nurse will be extended to the Dentists and Dental Technicians for supporting them during the course of treatment, setting up of dental treatment instruments and making the patient area sterile and hygiene.
- Patient Care and Management
- Patient Treatment education
- Dental Nursing Education
- Role and Responsibilities of a Dental Nurse
Dental Instruments and Devices: Properly sterilized and quality dental instruments play a major role in providing effective dental treatment. This includes the usage of Dental Drill, Dental scalps and Fixation screws, Sickle probs and many more. Devices such as effective lighting and imaging will increase the treatment of the patient. Laser Therapy also plays a vital role in Dentistry where painless and effective treatment can be done for the individual.
- CAD/CAM methods
- Therapeutic devices in Dentistry
- Risks and Complications
- Soft and hard tissue analysis
Regular check-up and proper maintaining of Dental hygiene, following a healthy diet and nutrient intake, pave the way to healthy dental care. Proper daily cleansing of the tooth, polishing of roughened tooth surfaces and needed care should be taken for dental plaques. Though many advanced treatments are present self-management of Dental Care is vital and necessary in order to maintain a healthy life.
- Interdental Cleaning
- Regular Dental Examination
- Natural dental treatments
- Chemomechanical caries removal