Salivary Stones, & How it can be Treated?

Salivary stones, as the name suggests, are stones that develop within the salivary ductal system. They can cause obstruction of saliva and pain especially during meal times. They occur due to deposition of calcium and phosphorus in the duct of the salivary gland that hardens with time forming a stone. You might be wondering from…

Cone Beam CT, & Why Sometimes Do We Order It?

Cone Beam CT (Computed Tomography) has been developed in recent years for use in dental & maxillofacial regions and its slowly establishing itself as the imaging modality of choice in certain clinical situations. It allows clinicians to get a 3D image reconstruction of the 2D image. Thus allows a better and accurate radiographic interpretation.

Subgingival Margin Placement – A Step by Step Approach

When doing treatment planning of veneers, crowns, or bridges in esthetic zone. It’s quite often that we have to place our preparation subgingivally but at the same time, we should preserve the biological width. Placing the margin subgingivally will aid in improving the esthetic as it will hide the margin of the restoration. It will…