3D printing is the newest name in groundbreaking technologies. It is one of those disrupting inventions that have a strong impression in all fields. It has been previously used in aerospace modeling and designing. In the recent years, it has also been a great contributor in the field of experimental dentistry. Now, the impact of 3D printing in surgery has been widespread, taking the world by storm. Since dentistry had already been using CAD CAM technologies, using 3D printing to produce drill guides for dental implants and producing physical models for orthodontics and prosthetic has revolutionized the industry very fast.
Full Mouth Reconstruction The oral cavity consists of various elements which lead to proper functioning of the mouth. Many a times, patients come with several complaints and want all of them to be fixed. In case there are few problems then they can be treated individually. But when there are multiple problems in the mouth […]
TMJ Problems Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is the hinge which connects the lower jaw i.e. mandible with the temporal bones of the skull. The function of TMJ is very essential in day to day life like chewing, talking as well other mouth activities. TMJ problems can be said to occur when these functions cannot be carried […]
Orthognathic surgery Orthognathic surgery is a procedure which is done to correct various conditions of jaw and face. These include TMJ disorders, malocclusion or other orthodontic problems, problems related to growth and sleep apnea. Orthognathic surgery can also be used as a secondary option in the congenital disorders like cleft lip and palate. Here the […]
Jaw Cyst Jaw cyst is a cavity which is filled with fluid or soft material. It is basically, lined by an epithelium. The fluid exerts pressure which is internal for the cyst and therefore there is growth of the cyst. Cyst in the human body are most prevalent in the jaws i.e. maxilla and mandible. […]