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مجموعة من الاجهزة الحديثة في طب الاسنان والتي قد لم تكن تسمع عنها من قبل في باوربوينت من 42 سلايد , معظمها اجهزة تشخيصية Diagnostic tools.
الباوربوينت في معلومات جديدة ومفيدة لاطباء الاسنان الذين يحبون الاطلاع على كل ما هو جديد في عالم طب الاسنان, وخاصة في مجال التشخيص الشعاعي والسريري..
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اسماء الاجهزة التي يتكلم عنها:
- Caries Detection Solution
- CAT Scans
- Digital X-rays
- Electric Hand Pieces
- Optical Scanners
- NTI Splint
- Orthophos XG5
- Intra-Oral Camera
- Periodontal Antibiotics
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- Advancements in dental technology can offer you modern solutions to traditional dental problems. The driving force behind technological advances is a desire to provide you with leading edge dental treatment that can be performed in a more efficient, effective, comfortable manner. It also helps in detecting dental problems in an early stage.
Air-abrasion • Bone replacement • Autogenous Man Made Bone Replacement • Cadaver/Animal Bone Replacement • CAD/CAM (also known as CEREC-one visit dentistry) • Caries Detection Solution • CAT Scans • Diagnodent • Desensitizers • Digital X-rays • Electric Hand Pieces • Intra-Oral Camera • Lasers • Optical Scanners • Microscope • NTI Splint • Periodontal Antibiotics • VELscope • ViziLite • Periometer • The Wand • Orthophos XG5 – Digital Pano and Ceph Xray • Digital Photography
4. Serving as an alternative to a traditional dental drill, an air- abrasion system is primarily used to treat small cavities, preserving healthy tooth structure without the use of a local anesthetic. Air- abrasion allows for the precise removal of decay through a blast of pellets consisting of air and aluminum oxide. The air-abrasion technique can also be used to help repair old tooth restorations by accessing difficult areas such as those between the teeth.
5. There are three types of bone replacement used to assist people suffering from bone loss or those requiring extraction: • Autogenous Man Made Bone Replacement: A freeze dried material that is made in the laboratory. • Cadaver/Animal Bone Replacement: Bone that is preserved, processed and sterilized from a deceased individual or animal source. • Grafting Bone Replacement: Bone taken from another area of the body, such as the iliac crest section of the pelvis.
6. Platelet-rich growth factors can help induce rapid bone growth and healing. It is used in bone replacement and offers rapid healing properties. Bone replacement performed by clinicians today is more refined than in the past and can be more easily assimilated into the existing bone structure.
7. allows for the fabrication of dental restorations through computerized technology. Your dentist may work with CAD/CAM in the office to complete tooth restorations in one visit that would otherwise require two visits to complete. Perfectly fitted restorations are designed in three dimensions. With CEREC technology, we can restore decayed teeth, design and place porcelain crowns, replace amalgam fillings, design and place inlays, onlays , dental bridges and dental veneers in one appointment.
8. Caries detection solution is a liquid red dye that is applied over a tooth to confirm that all tooth decay is removed from an affected area that has been treated. This solution is very similar to plaque disclosing tablets that are used after brushing to highlight any areas you missed or that aren’t thoroughly cleaned.
9. A 3-D image CAT scan is used to help implantologists (dentists who provide surgical and restorative implant services) view and work on the jawbone or surrounding bone structure to produce more accurate results. CAT scan technology has become increasingly specialized for dentistry as implants, rather than dentures, have become the standard of care for tooth replacement.
10. Diagnodent is a tool used for the early detection of cavities. The advanced technology uses sound pulse and laser to detect caries earlier than traditional methods allowed, so that treatment can commence immediately limiting the amount of decay allowed to occur. This helps preserve the maximum amount of natural healthy tooth structure.
11. Desensitizers can be used by your dentist or hygienist prior to dental treatment if you have sensitive teeth, so that you are comfortable throughout treatment. Desensitizers can be used alone or in conjunction with other pain and anxiety relief modalities such as a local anesthetic or sedation dentistry.
12. Digital radiography (digital x-ray) is the latest technology used to take dental x-rays. This technique uses an electronic sensor (instead of x-ray film) that captures and stores the digital image on a computer. This image can be instantly viewed and enlarged helping the dentist and dental hygienist detect problems easier. Digital x-rays reduce radiation 80-90% compared to the already low exposure of traditional dental x-rays.
13. • abscesses or cysts bone loss • cancerous and non-cancerous tumors • decay between the teeth • developmental abnormalities • poor tooth and root positions problems inside a tooth or below the gum line • Detecting and treating dental problems at an early stage may save you time, money, unnecessary discomfort, and your teeth!
14. Electric hand pieces can assist in hygiene procedures and can be used with rotary cutting instruments. Electric hand pieces offer a smooth delivery of material which puts less stress on the healthy tooth structure. They are often quieter too.
15. Intra-oral cameras can produce accurate images of your teeth and the supporting structure. This allows you, your dentist and a dental technician that might be involved in your treatment, to see tooth defects. Intra-oral cameras also help you to learn more about dental hygiene practices, including where to focus on brushing your teeth.
16. Lasers offer reduced discomfort and in some cases, a suture free option for the treatment of benign tumors, cold sores, crown lengthening, decay removal, gummy smile changes, dental fillings, tongue tie and speech impediment improvements, nerve regeneration for damaged nerves and blood vessels and scars. Lasers may also be applied in the treatment of select dental conditions such as sleep apnea, certain cases of TMD and tooth sensitivity. This is a very exciting area of development in dental technologies. Lasers use light energy as their method of operation, resulting in a shortened and almost painless healing period.
17. Optical Scanners provide a digital map of the tooth and create a 3-D replica model of the dental structure. This helps in accurate color analysis for cosmetic restorations made in a dental laboratory such as porcelain veneers, crowns and bridges.
18. The use of microscopes in dentistry has been one of the latest trends to perfect acute vision for dentists. Microscopes offer dentists the ability to see micro-cracks, weakened underlying tooth structure and the proximity of the dental nerves with precise accuracy. Microscopes also offer more accuracy in removing affected tooth structure while preserving healthy tooth structure. The microscope is an improved diagnostic tool as well as a treatment-assist dental tool.
19. The NTI splint is an anterior splint used for TMD patients. The NTI and other splints, such as the Kois Deprogrammer have the potential application of helping to treat patients affected by migraine headaches.
20. There are “site specific” antibiotics that are designed to concentrate the treatment in specific locations. Periodontal antibiotics are applied directly to the diseased site, enhancing the effectiveness of treatment for periodontal disease.
21. VELscope is a brand new FDA-approved oral cancer screening system that uses incandescent light so your dentist can see abnormalities that may not be apparent or visible to the naked eye. VELscope is also used by oral surgeons to help identify diseased tissue around a lesion and determine the appropriate margin for surgical excision.