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 Dentistry is also known as the Dental medicine and as well as Oral medicine. Dentistry is also considered as one of the branch of medicine that consists of diagnosis, medicine, oral cavity treatment for the diseases that cause in the oral cavity. In the field of Dentistry mainly consists of two people a Dentist and Dental Auxiliaries, Dental technicians and as well as Dental Therapists. Most of the dentists work as practise doctors and as well professors in private institutions. The term Dentistry comes from the word Dentist that which comes from the two Latin words tooth. The study of tooth is known as Odontology. The majority of Dental treatments have been carried out mainly which is used to treat oral cavities and tooth decay .Dentistry is an unique filed which requires the dental students to learn the dental treatment skills that are learned through specialized laboratories and as well as through real patient practices.

Dental Anatomy is an field of Anatomy that deals with the study of Human teeth and its structures. It also specifies the Development, appearance and as well as classification of teeth based on the preview. The Dental Anatomy is also a taxominal science that consists of full information regarding the structure and internal domains which are mainly useful in dental treatments. Usually there are 20 milk teeth and 28 or 32 permanent teeth, 10 are found in the upper jaw and 10 are found in the lower jaw likewise 16teeth found in the upper jaw and 16 teeth found in the lower jaw. Most of the teeth has distinguishable features such as incisor, auxiliary incisor, canine, mandibular central incisor, maxillary canine, premolar, maxillary primary premolar, maxillary secondary premolar etc.

It is an open access journal which has been dedicated to the dentists, dental educators, oral and dental policy makers and as well as hard-tissue scientists. Hence it aims all the scientists to share their innovative ideas through this open access journal which publishes short communications, manual scripts, which is helpful for the readers to understand about the field in which the journal covers the following fields like

 

  • Track 3-1Basic Dentistry
  • Track 3-2• Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Track 3-3• Restorative Dentistry
  • Track 3-4• Laser Dentistry
  • Track 3-5• Dental Treatment
  • Track 3-6• Oral Medicine
  • Track 3-7• Oral Health
  • Track 3-8• Oral pathology
  • Track 3-9• Dentistry and oral Health
  • Track 3-10• Hypnodontics

 A dental implant is a titanium root that which it resembles like a tooth root which is positioned into the jaw bone through a surgical treatment that allows the dentist to replace the teeth with tooth. To consider the Dental implants to should have healthy gums and must have the healthy teeth to support the dental implants.Inorder to take care of this dental implants you should brush your teeth properly besides of this you should visit the dental doctor for every six months in order for the oral treatents.There are two types of Dental Implants which are safe for use they are endostea Implants and sub periosteal Implants.

Endostea Implants: It is the common type of implant that is surgically placed directly into the jawbone which is  also called root-form implants. These are typically shaped like small screws, cylinders or plates it is the study of the interactions that occur between a living organism and chemicals that affect normal or abnormal biochemical function. If substances that have medicinal properties then these are used in pharmaciteucals.

 

Dental Instruments are the tools that are used by the dentists to provide the dental treatments. It consists of tools that are used to examine, manipulate, treat, restore and remove teeth in surrounding areas. The Dental Instruments are following types:

  • Dental Mirror
  • Probes
  • Retractors
  • Local Anaesthesia
  • Dental Hand Pieces
  • Dental Laser
  • Dental torch Wrench
  • Burs
  • Operative Burs

Restorative Instruments includes Excavators, Burnishes, Plungers whereas Periodontal Instruments includes fine scalers, Curettes, Prosthodontic instruments and as well as surgical instruments like Dental forceps. The Dental forceps consists of following types:

  • Cow horns
  • Upper Universals
  • Upper universal fine
  • Lower Universals
  • Upper canine
  • 6.Upper straight long
  • Upper straight short
  • Upper Right molar
  • Upper left molar
  • Root
  • Upper wisdom tooth

The functionality of Dental forceps comes under the need of pincers would do the rest of the job wiggling the tooth out of the gum until the extraction was complete. However most of the Dental forceps has not been designed for the comfort but it took the first place to remove the items from the mouth using the cotton balls which placed against to the dentist’s place of hand throughout the procedure.

 

:  Marketing for dentists is a sticky point for most of the dental practises in order to attract the audience with your products we should follow some of the Dental Marketing Strategies which are specified below:

  • Target Audience
  • Know your competition in the Market
  • Personalised Content
  • Better Branding and value
  • Future Benefits with selling the product in Market
  • Choosing a Right Keyword
  • Social Media Marketing for Dentists
  • Building a clear Website
  • Conclusion

 

The difference between orthodontics and Prosthodontics is itself specifies in the names that orthodontics is a branch of dentistry  that deals with the teeth and which resembles that what sort of science is present in the field. So Prostho means false part which specifies the study of false teeth refers to Prosthodontics. Ortho means straight teeth. This is really minor because the ending ‘’ic’’ refers to the disease so that is why it is named as straight teeth disease but the real name is orthodontia. The orthodontics mainly consists of three branches such as interceptive, corrective, and surgical. Periodontics is the branch that tells about your gums and internal structures around the teeth. They are personally concerned about your that is right from scaling, polishing, correcting the line of the teeth they do it all .The prosthodontics is the branch of dentistry that focuses on dental prostheses. It is considered as one of 10 specialities among different fields of dentistry .It is used to replace the new tooth in the place of lost tooth by using substituents that which are made from carved blocks of ivory or bone. Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that deals with the misalignments in arranging teeth across jaws the advantage of this treatment is which includes the healthier mouth and pleasing appearance among  these in orthodontia there are also other branches such as

Exo-dontia- which is related to the study of removing teeth

Radio-don tics-which is related to the study of radiotherapy for teeth

Periodontics-which is related to the study of children’s teeth

 

The Hypnodontics gives an overview about hypnosis and importance in the field of dentistry. It is the free method which is used to treat the dental pain or any other dental diseases. There are different types of hypnosis in the dentistry such as Traditional hypnosis, covert hypnosis, hypoenestisia, dental phobia etc. The Hypnodontics helps us to overcome fear and panic and dental anxiety, reduces pain and discomfort, control salivation, control bleeding, learn to relax and sit comfort in the dentist’s chair. The hypnosis applications   are anxiety control, reduce in bleeding gums, improvement in the oral hygiene, Anaesthesia. The Hypnodontics procedure mainly consists of seven steps

  • Mind set
  • Testing
  • Introduction
  • Deepening
  • Utilisation
  • Posthypondontic situation
  • Termination

 

The Hypnodontics gives an overview about hypnosis and importance in the field of dentistry. It is the free method which is used to treat the dental pain or any other dental diseases. There are different types of hypnosis in the dentistry such as Traditional hypnosis, covert hypnosis, hypoenestisia, dental phobia etc. The Hypnodontics helps us to overcome fear and panic and dental anxiety, reduces pain and discomfort, control salivation, control bleeding, learn to relax and sit comfort in the dentist’s chair. The hypnosis applications   are anxiety control, reduce in bleeding gums, improvement in the oral hygiene, Anaesthesia. The Hypnodontics procedure mainly consists of seven steps

  • Mind set
  • Testing
  • Introduction
  • Deepening
  • Utilisation
  • Posthypondontic situation
  • Termination

 

It gives the complete detail information about the drugs that effect the patient’s health and optimise the oral treatment by factoring the drugs they take. It includes the basic principles of Pharmacology, the ways that the drug will affect the body, and the potential for adverse drug interactions. In dentistry the therapeutics cannot do more practises when compared to the general practise. However an understanding of the dental therapeutics comes under the cornerstones of the good oral health. In the history of therapeutics there are two approaches those are a magico-religious approach and an empiric-rational approach, he magico-religious approach is based upon the belief that disease is a supernatural event and therefore should be managed by such forces, while the empiric-rational approach assumes that disease is a natural process that is best managed by a scientific approach, and evolving treatments in response to careful observation and evaluation of patient outcomes. It is this latter approach that forms the basis of current evidence-based practice. The empiric religious approach is not so new whereas come to pharmacology it is a branch of pharmaceutical science which is concerned with the study of drug or medication action, whereas drug can be broadly classified as a man-made, natural or endogenous molecule that affects the body organ or tissue, hence it is the study of the interactions between a living organism and chemicals that affect normal or abnormal biochemical function. If the substances have these medicinal properties, they are considered pharmaceuticals.

 

Laser dentistry is the use of lasers which is mainly used to treat different number of teeth conditions. It became commercially used in the dental practise for the procedures involving in the field from 1989. Laser treatment gives the more comfortable treatment among all other treatments which is used to cure soft and hard core tissues compared to drills and other laser tools. The laser dentistry is used to treat variety of procedures including the  treating hypersensitivity, treating tooth decay, treating gum disease and whiting tooth, Laser therapy is more effective,efficivent and comfortable. The other laser treatments are viewing tissues, removing benign tumours, nerve regeneration, treating cold sores, Teeth whitening there are two main procedures in the laser treatment:

1. Common hard Tissue Procedures:

  • Cavity detection
  • Tooth preparation and dental fillings’
  • Treating tooth sensitivity

2. Common soft Tissue Procedures:

  • Treating a Gummy Smile
  • Crown Lengthening
  • Treating tongue frenulum attachment
  • Removing soft tissue folds

 

New trends are emerging in the dental industry every year. Research shows that the upcoming year is full filled with the digital dental trends that includes the new technologies, improved business practises that which  find the new ways to optimize the patient’s experience and as well as robot dentists also.

There are eight dental research trends specified below:

  • Dental 3-D Printers
  • Natural Dental Products
  • Digital Impressions
  • Laser Dentistry
  • Dental group Practises
  • Improving the patient’s experience
  • Automated Patient tracking and management software
  • Robot Dentists and artificial intelligence &Robotics