dental caries

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Synonyms for dental caries

soft decayed area in a tooth

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A good attitude towards infection control among students of Allied Hospital was observed however they need more knowledge and awareness regarding dental infection and infection control in dentistry along with many improvements in clinical practices.
Infection of the infratemporal space is a rare clinical condition which occurs mostly due to dental infection, tooth extraction, fractures involving the maxillary sinus and infections of the maxillary sinus.
There are two potential modes of dissemination of a dental infection to the cervical spine: lymphatic or hematogenous.
Though protective health component is an integral part of dental infection control program but little attention has been given to educational intervention and implementation of research evidence into clinical are throughout the world14.
There were 70 (83%) patients who had associated with systemic diseases, of those having diabetic mellitus is 22 (26%), Dental infection was the common cause of deep neck infection 17 (20%).
Association between Chronic Dental Infection and Acute Myocardial Infarction.
Her statement revealed she continues to suffer from allergies, dental infection and separation anxiety.
Arthralgia patients who later developed heumatoid arthritis were no more likely to show signs of dental infection with Porphyromonas gingivalis than were those who didn't develop the disease, according to a small case-control study.
And, as we have written in our previous column a few years ago, dental infection can cause heart disease.
His medical history was unremarkable except for a dental infection requiring a right mandibular tooth extraction three weeks ago.
The major predisposing factor in the onset of disease in our study was dental infection, which progressed to NCF in 36 patients (94.7%).
Head and neck necrotizing fasciitis as a complication of tonsillitis, dental infection and trauma is recognized, with diabetes mellitus, alcohol excess and immunosuppression known risk factors [1].
The case was previously attended outside the institute and was treated for long time for dental infection. There was history of swelling & pain in left jaw for 3-4 months.