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  1. gian Carlo Muñoz says:

    Importante hacer más estudios sobre el ardor bucal tengo algunos pacientes al final terminaron tomando simbalta por que la final me parecía una neuropatía y simbalta han podido con su dolencia

  2. Jose rodríguez says:

    Solicito cotización de equipo Rx Gnatus periapical-oclusal, de pared sist. convencional con brazo pantográfico.
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  4. Allen samuelson says:

    In actuality, DENTISTS perceptions of their role as professionals needs to change. It is the dentist who shapes the thought patterns, opinions, and concepts of health that are absorbed by those they serve. A health orientation vs a surgical approach is what is required. When a patient comes to a dental office only to be told they “need treatment” patients are depressed, feel loss of control, feel as if they are wasting money etc. Rather, a cogent, caring, diagnostically driven blended with a prognostication of at least hope will allow the patient to understand the issues at hand. This should never be presented such that the patient will then “buy a load of dental treatment” but rather stimulate interest and the value of preservation and conservation of their dentition through knowledge and wisdom, preventive control patterns with the aid of the dentist. Dentists are LONG TERM HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, not short term surgical technicians. We are more like Family Practice Physicians rather than orthopedic surgeons (who may see a patient four or five times). Indeed it is embarrassing if a dentist has to “continually do surgery” on a patient— no they should educate, inspire and work with the patient such that they need minimal treatment as time progresses…..When teeth cannot be treated the patient should fully understand why and be given time to process this information.
    Very respectfully—-there’s no dentistry like no dentistry and the best dentistry is none at all.
    Allen samuelson DDS
    Chapel Hill, NC

  5. Luis Clinton says:

    Cuánta verdad tiene Esté articulo. Pero tenemos que seguir luchando por nuestra noble profesión. Saludos desde Puno- Perú.

  6. Javier Calderón Navarro says:

    Es muy acertado su comentario ya que nuestra querida u amada profesión por lo menos en país Costa Rica esta super saturada y por el caos económico que está pasando mi país, se expande Los opciones de trabajos.

  7. Bergeron says:

    Thank you for this important article

  8. Luís Humberto Ortiz Gomez says:

    Quisiera saber más de este tema

  9. Hola Dra
    Mi felicitaciòn por su artìculo
    Es mi intenciòn ahondar y aprender màs sobre el tema en cuestiòn .
    Quisiera de su parte , una orientaciòn en cuanto a bibliografìa y si ud dicta cursos a distancia (soy de Argentina) .
    Desde ya agradezco su respuesta
    Un cordial saludo
    Dr Gustavo Ignacio Taborda Cirujano Màxilo Facial

  10. Thierry COLLIER, DDS says:

    I thank Dr. Aps for his very useful contribution: indeed intraosseous anesthesia is the simple method to achieve profound analgesia in dental anesthesia, as explained.
    I want to point out two details:

    1- Dr. Charles Cavaroz defended his medical thesis on the 21st of July 1909, not in 1906.

    2-In fact, the first French-speaking author dealing with intraosseous anesthesia was Dr. Raymond Nogué in April 1907:
    Nogué R. L’anesthésie diploïque. Exposé de la méthode. Technique. Résultats. La Rev Stomatol. 1907;14(4):191–7.
    Later Dr. Nogué published the book “Anesthésie” (Nogué R. Traité de stomatologie : Anesthésie. J-B Baillère et fils, Paris, 1912.), in which he allocated no less than 17 pages to intraosseous anesthesia (pages 292 to 328).

    Further details can be found in the following paper (in French…):
    Collier T, Villette A. 100 ans d’anesthésie diploique, le progrès fait rage! Le Fil Dent. 2008;(34):14–8.
    Available in Researchgate:

    Warmest regards.
    Dr. Thierry COLLIER

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