Periodontal and oral maxillofacial surgery instruments pictures with description by Nordent company. A PDF document with 37 pages. Instruments are also available here
Collection of oral surgery books available in different reading formats.
Books available online are
- Principles of oral and Maxillofacial surgery, 5th edition
- Anesthesia secrets
- Atlas of minor oral surgery
- Practical infection control in dentistry, 3rd edition 2010
- Essentials of traumatic injuries of teeth
- Manual of minor oral surgery for the general dentist, 2006
Short essay questions by the University of Health Sciences, Lahore.
A Textbook of Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Open access book with 32 chapters with 856 pages. Edited by Mohammad Hosein. A project of InTech
Textbook of general and oral surgery
By David Wray and co. 1st edition and published in 2003.
Oral surgery for the general dentist
Presentation in PDF format by David B. Ettinger.
Oral Radiology; principles and interpretation
Free oral surgery chapter Safety net dental clinic manual.
Information material for dentistry students by Advanced quick bonding, Japan website.
Chapter on this topic by Department Director of Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Yasuhiko Tsuyama
A free chapter from Management of complications in oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Online PDF file contains more than 555 colored pictures of different oral conditions. Published in 1988 by George Laskaris. File hosted by saudedireta heath portal.
Facial Asymmetry: Etiology, Evaluation, and Management
Article published in 2011 by You-Wei Cheong, MD; Lun-Jou Lo, MD.
Dr. Hesham Khalil
Lily Koo, Harvard medical school
Richard L. Arden, Robert H. Mathog
Orbital Wall Fracture Repair Using Seprafilm
Mehryar Taban, M.D; Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2009
Andrew H. Murr, MD FACS
Minimally invasive approaches in severe panfacial fractures
Erdem GÜVEN; Turkish Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery
Balasubramanian Thiagarajan and Venkatesan Ulaganathan;
Squamous cell carcinoma of buccal mucosa
Current Aspects on Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Globally oral cancer accounts to 2-4% of all types of cancer, although in some regions it is more e.g. in India it contributes to 45%. The article is written by Anastasios K. Markopoulos and published in The Open Dentistry Journal, 2012, 6, 126-130
Differential diagnosis of oral mucosal lesions
A guide by Michael W. Finkelstein, DDS, MS
Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Buccal Mucosa: Outcomes of Treatment in the Modern Era
Bachar et al; Laryngoscope, 122:1552–1557, 2012
Tumours of the Oral Cavity and Oropharynx
A free online chapter
Surgical margins in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma: what is ‘close’?
Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol DOI 10.1007/s00405-012-2317-8
A lecture by Catholic University of Louvain, St – Luc University Hospital
Early detection of oral cancer
- El-Mofty; Egypt. J. Oral Maxillofac. Surg. 2010:1:25- 31
Delayed diagnosis of oral squamous cell carcinoma
Akbulut et al. Journal of Medical Case Reports 2011, 5:291
The cytomorphological analysis of buccal mucosa cells in smokers
- AKGÜL, C. GÜNDOĞDU205 Turk J Med Sci 2011; 41 (2): 205-210
Ludwig’s Angina: Diagnosis and Treatment
It is the life threatening condition is due to deep neck infection manifested by swelling of neck, tongue and submandibular areas. It was first described by Ludwig in 1836. The article discusses in detail about the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of Ludwigs angina.
Discusses the diagnosis and treatment.
British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 4(7): 1552-1557, 2014
Inflammatory diseases of maxillofacial and neck tissue
A lecture note
Ludwig’s angina: diagnosis and treatment
A literature review article. RSBO. 2013 Apr-Jun;10(2):172-5
Ludwig’s angina and airway considerations
A case study
Ludwig’s Angina—A Controversial Surgical Emergency
International Journal of Otolaryngology Volume 2011 (2011)
Hemisection of Multirooted Tooth
Hemisection : is the procedure in which multi-rooted tooth is surgically divided into two half through the bifurcation of tooth buccolingually.The diseased half of the crown and root will be removed and the other half will be retained which is sound
Indications of hemisection:
- Severe bone loss and periodontally destructed one root and part of crown.
- Broken instrument which is irretrievable.
- Unrepairable perforation.
- Non-negotiable calcification of one root.
- Severe caries, resorptive defects and vertical root fracture
Contraindications of hemisection:
- Fused roots in which root separation is not possible.
- Root canal treatment of remaining root is unable to perform.
- When bony support for remaining root is insufficient for restoration.