Dr Mahesh Vasireddy explains why he likes using Coltene’s Affinis Black Edition impression material.
Quintess Denta states that Heka’s UNIC range of dental treatment centres are created with well-being in mind, combine aesthetics with functionality, and create the perfect environment for a pleasant visit to the dentist.
After many years working as a dental nurse and dental hygienist, Catherine Waldron joined the DDUH and ultimately became Director of the dental hygiene programme. She recently completed a PhD on the oral health of people with disabilities.
Oral candidiasis is a relatively common infection, which can significantly impact on patient quality of life. While clinicians are aware of the common presentations of candida, we highlight an atypical presentation.
Oral and peri-oral piercings have been well documented to have destructive effects on both the dental hard tissues, and the oral and periodontal soft tissues. This paper presents two case reports, which highlight the effects of such piercings on the gingival tissues and possible treatment options available.
Catherine Waldron PhD, who is interviewed on page 170 of this edition, outlines her research into oral health interventions for people with intellectual disability.
Coltene has a range of products available on the Irish market for dentists. The company states that its Affinis impression material is suitable for your laboratory-fabricated impressions and that it offers the ideal basis for teamwork between dentists and dental technicians.