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Demystifying dentistry from a pathologist's insight involves shedding light on the intricate aspects of oral health and disease pathology. As a pathologist, one plays a crucial role in understanding the cellular and molecular changes within oral tissues, contributing to the diagnosis and treatment of various dental conditions. This perspective aims to demystify common perceptions and highlight the collaboration between pathology and dentistry.

A rubber dam is a dental device used to isolate a specific tooth or teeth during dental procedures. It consists of a thin sheet of latex or non-latex material that is stretched over a frame and secured around the tooth with a clamp. The primary purpose of a rubber dam is to create a dry and isolated field, improving visibility and preventing contamination from saliva and other fluids during dental work. This course takes you through all the steps of rubber dam discussion and you will have a demonstation video at the end of it.

Tooth jewelry, also known as tooth gems or tooth bling, is a cosmetic dental accessory that involves the placement of small, decorative jewels or crystals on the surface of a tooth. Typically made of materials like crystals, diamonds, or other gemstones, these ornaments are non-invasive and are attached to the tooth using a safe dental adhesive.

Dental tourism involves individuals traveling to other countries to access dental care, often seeking high-quality services at a more affordable cost than available in their home country. This global trend has gained popularity due to the combination of competitive pricing, advanced dental technologies, and the opportunity for patients to explore new destinations while addressing their dental needs. Dental tourism destinations typically offer a range of services, including routine check-ups, cosmetic dentistry, and complex dental procedures, attracting patients from around the world seeking cost-effective and high-quality dental treatments along with a unique travel experience.

3D printing in dentistry revolutionizes traditional dental practices by employing additive manufacturing techniques to create dental components and devices. This cutting-edge technology allows for clinical practice in a refined way. In this course you will learn about 3D printing applications in dentistry. Basics of printing and types of Printers will be discussed. Different types of printing software and how to use them would be discussed in depth.