What is the prosthesis planning stuff?
Plan from the prosthesis down, never from the bone up
What is implant spacing from adjacent tooth?
What is the implant spacing from adjacent implant?
What is the fabrication method for computer guided surgical implant guides?
Why is 3D printing used for surgical guides?
predictability, better restorative and surgical control and easy to gain parallelism
What are the inferior alveolar canal branches?
incisive and mental
Lingual space to planned gingival margin
Apical length to planned gingival margin
What are the tx for TMJ disorders based on?
beliefs not scientific evidence
What are the two TMD categories?
extra articular and intra articular
What are the characteristics of extra articular TMD
NOT PRIMARY to TMJ, non invasive management
What are the characteristics of intra articular TMD?
specific TMJ pathology
How to tell if extra articular?
hand to the side of face, and biting causes pain on the same side
How to tell if intra articular
finger pointing directly to the joint, pain on the opposite side
What is the scan used for osteoarthritis or bony structure?
What is used to evaluate soft tissue and disc?
This is the panoramic image of a new 17-year-old female patient with a history of chronic bilateral temporal headaches that are unable to be controlled medically. She is otherwise healthy. On examination, her MIO = 36 mm; she has good lateral and protrusive jaw movements and no masticatory muscle pain or tenderness. What is your management plan?
advise her that TMJ have nothing to do with her headaches
What is the example for developmental TMJ pathology?
Agenesis, Congenital, developmental, condylar hyperplasia, microsomia
The CBCT image of a patient shown below demonstrates the requirement of implant at the region labeled as "Area#3". What is the proper treatment procedure?
Sinus lift, bone grafting, surgical guide, and implant placement.
skeletal tissue, growth plate cartilage, bones and teeth
soft tissue, articular cartilage, tissues
joint stiffness and destruction
precipitation of calcium salts into primary sites of chronic inflammation or dead and dying tissue
deposition of calcium in normal tissues despite normal serum calcium and phosphate level
What is Eagle's syndrome?
calcified styloid process or calcified stylohyoid ligaments
What are the symptoms of Eagle syndrome?
foreign body sensation in throat on swallowing
The likely cause of vague intense pain in the neck on speaking, chewing, swallowing, turning the head, opening mouth widely and a foreign body sensation in throat on swallowing is
ossification of the stylohyoid ligament
bone tissue forms inside muscle or other soft tissue after injury
A 22-year-old male patient reports with pain, swelling and limitation in mouth opening for 3 weeks. Gives history of multiple teeth extraction. Clinical examination revealed a hard-intra-muscular mass in medial pterygoid muscle and radiograph showed a homogenous radiopacity. What is this?
Sialolith formation location?
Multiple well defined, sausage type or target like calcification superimposed at the neck of the condyle and mandibular ramus
localized change in normal bone metabolism that results in the replacement of the components of normal cancellous bone with fibrous tissue andcementum-like material,abnormal bone or a mixture of the two. more radiopaque
• Periapicalcemental dysplasia
Simple bone cyst?
Well defined radiolucency that scallop up between the tooth (like flared end of canal)
Attached cyst to CEJ?
Crestal split technique
use osteotomes and chisels to produce greenstick fracture and expand plates
What is the use of crestal split technique?
widen alveolar ridge
non vital osseous tissue harvested from one individual to another
onlay to retain bone graft
What is the tx for dense bone island that appears as radiopacity within bone?
localize abnormality, assess periphery shape, analyze internal structure and analyze lesion effects