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Fixed Bridge Prostheses Management of Epileptic Patients.
(Nig Quarterly J Hosp Med., 2012)
Background: Epileptic patients in the course of seizures may suffer damage to or loss of teeth and other oral tissues. Moreover, they are at great risk during their seizures from aspiration of foreign bodies such as ...
Prevalence of self reported hypersensitive teeth among a group of Nigerian undergraduate students
(Niger Postgrad Med J, 2011)
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To determine the prevalence of self reported hypersensitive teeth and relate this to the frequency and quantity of consumed carbonated drinks among a group on Nigerian dental and medical undergraduate ...
Comparison of the dimensional stability of alginate impressions disinfected with 1% sodium hypochlorite using the spray or immersion method
(Nig Quarterly J Hosp Med, 2007)
Objective: To determine and compare the dimensional stability of alginate impressions disinfected with Sodium hypochlorite using the spray and immersion methods. Methodology: Alginate impressions of a master model of ...
Reasons for Endodontic Treatment of Permanent Teeth of Patients Seen in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital
(Nig Quarterly J Hosp Med, 2006)
Evaluation of Linear Dimensional Stability of Various Combinations of Dental Stone and Plaster
(Nig Quarterly J Hosp Med, 2011)
Background: It has been observed that due to the cheaper cost of dental plaster compared to dental stone, casts on which most of the dental prostheses and appliances were being fabricated in various laboratories were often ...
Dens Invaginatus: Prophylactic Management
(Nig Dental Journal, 2007)
Densinvaginatus is thought to be asa result of distortion of the enamel organ during tooth development and the subsequent protrusion of a part leading to the formation of a linear enamel canal that ends at the cingulum, ...