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Case Solution: To Implant or Not To Implant: What Role Does Imaging Play?

This case is presented by the University of Toronto, Department of Oral Radiology Residents: Edwin Chang, Sherif El Saraj, Catherine Nolet-Levesque, Daniel Turgeon, Niloufar Amintavakoli, and Trish Lukat.  Pre-operative images provided courtesy of Dr. Milan Madhavji of Canaray | Specialists in Oral Radiology. You can view the original case here You can view the Case Follow up here Case Solution Periapical osseous dysplasia (formerly known as periapical cemental dysplasia or PCD) is classified as a bone dysplasia, in which normal cancellous bone is replaced by a combination of abnormal, disorganized bone and fibrous connective tissue. In periapical osseous dysplasia, the mineralized component of ...

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What factors should I consider when purchasing appointment-confirmation software for my office?

This question came our way from a practising dentist in response to a recent “Plugged In” article in the JCDA: I am seriously considering adding some software which allows communication with patients by email to confirm appointments. What are the pros and cons of the different systems available to me? What specifications should I insist on in the systems I evaluate? Dr. Jeff Glaizel of Toronto who authors our “Plugged In” column provided this initial response. When evaluating a specific communication technology solution for your office there are 2 main areas to look at: 1. Does the workflow fit into ...

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