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  • Eruption sequestrum
    on Jul 17, 2013 in Paediatric Dentistry
    The eruption sequestrum is an anomaly associated with the eruption of teeth in children.Clinical features:The eruption sequestrum is a tiny irregular spicule of bone overlying the crown of an erupting permanent molarfound just prior to or immediately...
  • Dentin hypocalcification
    on Jul 17, 2013 in Developmental Disturbances
    Normal dentin is calcified by deposition of calcium salts in the organic matrix in the form of globules which increase in size by further peripheral deposition of salts until all the globules are finally united in to a homogenous structure.In dentina...
  • Multiple unerupted teethMultiple unerupted teeth is an uncommon condition in which there is a more or less permanently delayed eruption of teeth,The person affected may have retained his deciduous teeth or the deciduous teeth may have been shed but the permanent teeth have...
  • Focal epithelial hyperplasia - Heck's disease
    on Jun 25, 2013 in Developmental Disturbances
    Focal epithelial hyperplasia or heck’s disease is seen on the oral mucosa of a group of Navajo Indian children.It has also been reported in Colombia,Ecuador,Venezuela,Brazil,El Salvador,Guatemala,Paraguay,Israel ,Egypt and also in Greenlandic Eskim...
  • Fibromatosis gingivae - Elephantiasis Gingivae
    on Jun 25, 2013 in Developmental Disturbances
    Fibromatosis gingivae is also known as Elephantiasis Gingivae or Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis or Congenital Macrogingivae. Fibromatosis gingivae is a diffuse fibrous overgrowth of the gingival tissues.Clinical features:This condition is manifeste...
  • Double lip
    on Jun 25, 2013 in Developmental Disturbances
    Double lip is an anomaly characterised by a fold of excess tissue on the inner mucosal aspect of the lip.It may be congenital or acquired as a result of trauma to the lip.Clinical features:This reduntant mass of tissue usually occurs on the upper lip...
  • Cheilitis glandularis
    on Jun 25, 2013 in Developmental Disturbances
    Cheilitis glandularis is an uncommon condition occuring most frequently in adult males.In this case the lower lip becomes enlarged,firm and finally everted.Etiology:The cause of Cheilitis glandularis is unknown.But it has been suggested that chronic...
  • Inferior alveolar nerve block - Mandibular nerve block
    on May 22, 2013 in Oral and maxillo facial surgery
    Inferior alveolar nerve block is otherwise known as mandibular nerve block.The The inferior nerve block is the most useful of all nerve blocks.Bilateral nerve block ia rarely indicated because of the extreme patient discomfort produced by the bilater...
  • Clinical signs and symptoms of allergy - Respiratory reactionsRespiratory reactions:Clinical signs and symptoms of allergy may be related to the respiratory tract.Bronchial asthma is the classical respiratory allergic response.The signs and symptoms include1.Respiratory distress.2.Dyspnoea.3.Wheezing.4.Flushing...
  • Clinical signs and symptoms of local anaesthetic overdoseClinical signs and symptoms of local anaesthetic overdose appear when the anaesthetic blood level in an organ rises to an overly high level for that individual.Minimal to moderate overdose levels:Signs-1.Talkativeness.2.Apprehension.3.Excitability.4.
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