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Editorial for Volume 6, Issue 9

There are numerous advancements and interdisciplinary connections that go beyond traditional dental practices. These innovative approaches not only enhance dental care but also have a significant impact on overall healthcare. It is time to discuss what is trending in dentistry and going a little beyond our traditional world of clinical dentistry.

In the ever-evolving field of dentistry, there are several trends and future advancements that are shaping the industry. It has expanded its reach to various other domains, creating new possibilities and improving patient outcomes. Let’s take a look at some of the exciting developments:

  1. 3D Printing
  2. Implant Dentistry
  3. Biomimetic Dentistry

3D Printing Dentistry: The Omnipresent Future of Prosthodontics – Srinjoy Chatterjee

Advancements in technology have revolutionized the field of prosthodontics, particularly through the use of 3D printing. With 3D printing, customized and precise dental restorations can be created, leading to improved patient outcomes. Srinjoy Chatterjee discusses how this cutting-edge technology is transforming the way dental prosthetics are designed and manufactured.

Implant Dentistry – How to Choose the Right Products for Your Practice – Mr Curatorial Yurij

Implant dentistry has become increasingly popular as a long-term solution for missing teeth. However, choosing the right implant products for your practice can be challenging due to the wide range of options available in the market. Mr Curatorial Yurij provides valuable insights into selecting the most suitable implant products based on factors such as material quality, surface treatments, surface roughness and abutment-implant interface.

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Biomimetic Dentistry: Tooth Mimicry for Enhanced Dental Care – Srinjoy Chatterjee

Biomimetic dentistry focuses on mimicking natural tooth structure and function when restoring damaged teeth. By emulating nature’s design principles, biomimetic dentistry offers patients enhanced aesthetics and functionality. Srinjoy Chatterjee explains how this approach allows for conservative treatments that preserve more healthy tooth structure while providing long-lasting results.

Dentistry is no longer confined to the oral cavity alone and intersects with various other disciplines. These interdisciplinary connections not only expand the scope of dentistry but also contribute to improved patient care outcomes across various aspects of healthcare. Here are a few areas where dentistry goes beyond its conventional boundaries:

  1. Physiotherapy in Dentistry
  2. Non fiction book readings for dental graduates
  3. Marketing for a clinic startup

Beyond Dentistry: Physiotherapy in Dentistry – Dr Nupur Shrirao

Physical therapy may not be commonly associated with dentistry, but it plays a crucial role in addressing musculoskeletal issues of the head, face and neck region. Dr Nupur Shrirao sheds light on the importance of incorporating physiotherapy techniques to manage conditions such as temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ), headaches and neck pain, and prevent their recurrence.

Beyond Dentistry: 5 Must-Read Books for Dental Graduates – Dr Khadija Chikhly

Continuing dental education is essential for dental graduates to survive in the field. But reading books not only for surviving, but thriving in this demanding field is equally important. Dr Khadija Chikhly recommends five must-read books to ensure overall personal and professional development, drawing from diverse fields like philosophy, productivity, leadership, and healthcare itself.

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Beyond Dentistry: Marketing for a Clinic Startup – Dr Rockson Samuel

Starting a dental clinic requires not only exceptional clinical skills but also effective marketing strategies. Dr Rockson Samuel shares practical tips on how to market a clinic startup successfully. From building an online presence to leveraging social media platforms, these marketing techniques, from pre launch to post launch, will help attract new patients and establish a strong brand identity.

By exploring these diverse topics of trending dentistry and going beyond traditional dentistry, we can see how scientific evolution and interdisciplinary connections enhance patient care, improve treatment outcomes, and contribute to the overall advancement of healthcare.

Remember to stay tuned for more exciting articles on Dentistry and Beyond Dentistry!

Author

  • Dr Nupur Shrirao is a consultant prosthodontist and a grammar Nazi! Besides dentistry, she enjoys giving stage performances and radio jockeying with All India Radio.

Dr Nupur Shrirao is a consultant prosthodontist and a grammar Nazi! Besides dentistry, she enjoys giving stage performances and radio jockeying with All India Radio.

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