Enriching Oral Health Education Globally

Since 2011

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  • Bite Right: Dental Occlusion

    Bite right dental occlusion refers to the proper alignment and contact of the upper and lower teeth when a person closes their mouth. Achieving the correct occlusion is essential for overall oral health and comfort. When the teeth come together correctly, they distribute the forces of chewing evenly, reducing the risk of dental problems, such…

  • Oral Cancer- Differentiate & Diagnose

    Early detection and screening for oral cancer are critical because it significantly increase the chances of successful treatment. Regular dental check-ups, self-examinations, and a focus on risk reduction (like quitting smoking and reducing alcohol consumption) are essential for preventing and detecting oral cancer. Here’s a brief description of the process in this course.

  • SAPTeeth Laboratory Technician Course

    A dental laboratory is a specialized facility where dental prostheses, such as crowns, bridges, dentures, and orthodontic appliances, are custom-designed and crafted to meet the unique needs of individual patients. These laboratories work closely with dentists and dental professionals to ensure the highest quality and precision in producing these dental devices. Dental technicians, skilled craftsmen…

  • Neck Dissection

    Neck dissection is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of lymph nodes and associated tissues from the neck region. It is typically performed to treat or diagnose conditions such as cancer, infections, or other abnormalities in the neck. This procedure can vary in extent, with different types of neck dissections (e.g., selective, modified, radical)…

  • Surgical Orthodontics Mastery: Surgery First Approach

  • Navigating Orthodontics – Diagnosis to Correction

    Navigating orthodontic diagnosis to correction is a collaborative effort between the orthodontist and the patient, resulting in improved oral health, a functional bite, and a more attractive smile. The journey may vary in duration depending on the complexity of the case, but the ultimate goal is to achieve a lasting and healthy orthodontic correction.