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.
A case of alveolar lymphangioma in a white Irish neonate is presented. The relevant background, clinical presentation, diagnosis and management are discussed.
Prospective audit: anterograde amnesic effects of IV sedation with midazolam in patients having oral surgery procedures
An audit measuring the anterograde amnesic effects of intravenous sedation with midazolam in a cohort of patients.
This paper identified training and remuneration as the two main barriers to a future total phase-out of dental amalgam in the Republic of Ireland.