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ketty

إنضم إلينا في : 01/11/2010
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#23080 موقع رائع للاسنان وفيه فيديوهات مفيدة

تمت مشاركته بواسطة ketty مفعل 01/12/2010 - 16:56

http://www.estheticprofessionals.com/edu_dvd.aspx موقع رائع للاسنان وفيه فيديوهات مفيدة


#22935 ortho treatment of impacted teeth

تمت مشاركته بواسطة ketty مفعل 21/11/2010 - 18:27

ortho treatment of impacted teethكتاب رائع

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#22785 بعض الاسئلة عن المنتدى

تمت مشاركته بواسطة ketty مفعل 10/11/2010 - 18:40

سلام عندي بعض الاستفسارات ارجو الرد عليهاكم عدد نفاط التقييم التي يجب ان احصل عليها حتى احمل من المرفقات كتب او اسطوانات ام ان العدد يختلف باختلاف الملف المرفق.انا عندي 5 نقاط وعندما احاول تحميل مرفق اكبس عليه ولايحدث شيء ولاحتى تظهر رسالة لتخبرني انه لاليوجد نقاط كافية ما المشكلة؟


#22752 زراعة الاسنان

تمت مشاركته بواسطة ketty مفعل 07/11/2010 - 18:38

ملف رائع ومبسط عن زراعة الاسنان

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#22750 GHOST PAIN AFTER ROOT CANAL TREATMENT

تمت مشاركته بواسطة ketty مفعل 07/11/2010 - 17:19

Ghost pains happen after an amputation. In the case of someone who has recently had an arm amputated, he may experience pain in his fingers, even though the fingers are no longer there.These are caused by the brain's inability to acknowledge that the fingers are missing, and the pain results from the memory patterns still in place in the neural circuitry from the "stump", to the place in the brain where the pain was originally experienced.In the case of a root canal, the nerve inside the tooth is amputated. The patient may therefore experience ghost pain in the tooth for the same reason that the amputee experiences pain in his fingers. This type of pain may be sharp and shooting pain in the tooth, or a dull ache. These symptoms generally go away on their own and are either not treated, or are treated with a temporary course of Tylenol, Ibuprophen or another light analgesic.


#22718 save an avlused tooth

تمت مشاركته بواسطة ketty مفعل 06/11/2010 - 21:57

Save an avulsed Tooth


    [*]Handle the tooth carefully. Try not to touch the root (the part of the tooth that was under the gum). It can be damaged easily.
    [*]If the tooth is dirty, hold it by the upper part (the crown) and rinse it with milk. If you don't have any milk, leave the tooth alone. Don’t wipe it off with a washcloth, shirt or other fabric. This could damage the tooth.
    [*]Keep the tooth moist. Drop it into a glass of milk. If you can't do this, place the tooth in your mouth, between the cheek and gum. A young child may not be able to safely "store" the tooth in his or her mouth without swallowing it. Instead, have the child spit into a cup. Place the tooth in the cup with the saliva. If nothing else is available, place the tooth in a cup of water. The most important thing is to keep the tooth moist.
    [*]Try slipping the tooth back into its socket. In many cases, it will slip right in. Make sure it's facing the right way. Don't try to force it into the socket. If it doesn't go back into place easily and without pressure, then just keep it moist (in milk, saliva or water) and get to the dentist as soon as you can.
    [*]It usually takes about two weeks for ligaments in the jaw to firmly reattach to the tooth. A knocked-out tooth that has been replaced probably will need root canal treatment. This will remove the damaged nerve and keep the tooth from darkening. It also helps to prevent infection.
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