This report highlights the oral manifestations of leukaemia. It illustrates the classification, the signs and symptoms, and the differential diagnoses of leukaemia that are relevant for a dental practitioner. There is also an example of a case report, which highlights some of the intra-oral presentations of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML).
To evaluate evidence on pit and fissure sealants available since the publication: Pit and fissure Sealants: Evidence-based guidance on the use of sealants for the prevention and management of pit and fissure caries (2010) and assess whether there is a need to adapt current practice, considering the Covid-19 pandemic.
The management of the deep carious lesion is a topic of keen interest to the dental profession with many and varied treatment modalities advocated in the scientific literature.
Occlusal dysaesthesia is a clinical disorder characterised by persistent occlusal discomfort in the absence of obvious occlusal discrepancies.
Determining dental students’ and dental hygiene students’ perceptions of eating disorders and their management
There is a need for development within the dental curriculum to improve the teaching and training regarding the diagnosis and management of eating disorders.