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Bryan McLelland – Dentist Brain Candy

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This week we discuss some pretty interesting articles from the Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery the first one discussing the Akinosi nerve block technique versus the inferior alveolar nerve block technique for beginners to see whether there’s an ease in learning and decrease complication rates for beginners.   I didn’t ask us the use of […] The post EP177: What Nerve Block Technique is Easiest to Learn, Jaw Fractures and Impacted Wisdom Teeth, BMP for Alveolar Cleft Grafting and more appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week in Dental news to abuse will start off by discussing how  dental offices can win back lost patience as well we’ll talk about a new retraction paste that’s made out of a combination of 15% aluminum chloride and kaolin Clay will also discuss  a new product available called Moisyn they can help patients […] The post EP176: Dental News – Win Back Lost Patients, Xerostomia Cured, Post Op Dental Implant Care System appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week we go over weight loss with jaw fractures and whether or not doing a closed reduction or an open reduction makes a difference in this weight loss. The average patient with a mandibular fracture loses approximately 5% of their body weight but if it made it to the ICU they lose up to […] The post EP175: Weight Loss with Jaw Fractures, OSA with Mandibular Setback and More appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I discussed the latest release and new materials and implant and abutment surface from Nobel Biocare. This includes Xeal and TiUltra. The post EP174: Nobel Biocare Does it Again appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week we are going to talk about enhancing your dental team’s communication as well as using salivary diagnostics for your dental practice to assist in bacterial identification for Paragon it is as well as caries risk assessment and oral cancer screening. We’ll also talk about how you can borrow Ritz-Carlton and their famous Empire […] The post EP173: Dental News to Abuse Part 2 appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week in Dental news to Abuse I discuss changes with coding occlusal night guards and how to bill them and make sure you get reimbursed for these little critters. In addition, I discuss the ins and outs of emailing patient dental records and making sure you protect Patient Healthcare information or PHI. I also […] The post EP172: Dental News to Abuse appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I discussed two interesting articles the first one is a discussion about the use of topical benzocaine and that’s 20% benzocaine gel in the maxilla and specific of the anterior maxilla to decrease pain of injection and entry of the needle and deposition of the fluid as well I discuss hereditary angioedema for […] The post EP171: Does Topical Work? Spontaneous Face and Airway Swelling- Be AFRAID! appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I have some dental news for you including what the US Congress has been up to in regards to dental bills what the projected size of the dental implant Market is by 2028 a little chit chat about an electronic syringe called dental pain as well as a new line of products for […] The post EP170: Dental News to Abuse appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
In this episode I discussed three interesting articles the first article discusses the quality of life of patients with jaw and facial deformities before and after jaw surgery and the notable unremarkable quality of life improvements from both a psychological and functional component. I also discuss whether antiplatelet drugs need to be stopped and whether […] The post EP169: Spike Your Local, Plavix and Dental Implant appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
In this episode I discuss the increasing use of the Intensive Care Unit for a. Digenic infections over the last decade in Australia. I also discuss the conservative treatment of medication-related osteonecrosis of the Jaws and the success rates and spontaneous resolution of this process that you can expect from this modality and this treatment […] The post EP168: Predictors of ICU Admission for Dental Infections, Treatment of MRONJ, IntraOperative Imaging appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
In this episode, I start by discussing the periodontal stability on the distal of the mandibular second molar after a coronectomy on mandibular third molars. This is a three-year study and over the last several years the popularity of a coronectomy for high-risk third molar situations with close proximity to the inferior alveolar nerve begs […] The post EP167: Perio and Coronectomy and IV Ibuprofen vs IV Tylenol appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I discuss navigation vs lab guides vs free hand implant bbn placment accuracy, medications to consider avoiding in those 65 years old or more and whether clone abutments are the same as branded parts in a lab. The post EP166: Most Accurate Way of Placing Implants, Clone Abutments Suck (maybe), Medications to Avoid in Elderly appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I go through an article from the Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery written by Bryan Bell that discusses the history of jaw surgery. Orthognathic surgery has an interesting progression through time that any dentist or surgeon should know about and will find well summarized in this podcast. The post EP165: History of Jaw Surgery appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
In this episode, I discussed an article titled office-based sedation and general anesthesia for COPD patients part 1. This is a good review of COPD it’s pathophysiology its epidemiology and issues with IV sedation and general anesthesia with Dental patients. The post EP164: COPD and Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Sedation Part 1 appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I discuss the need for all of us to call Google at 1-844-491-9665 to get them to add the category of “dental implants” instead of the only option being “dental implants periodontist”.  I also discuss how our National Association will help with an application for the American College of Surgeons fellowship and the […] The post EP163: Call Google Now, Vaping Hamper Healing? ABOMS Changes Coming, ACS Fellowship appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
In this episode, I start with a discussion about low-level laser light therapy and helping nerve recovery after a bilateral sagittal split osteotomy. There is a significant risk of permanent numbness after jaw surgery particularly lower jaw surgery and this study looks at a novel therapy of low-level laser light therapy to see if recovery […] The post EP162: 3rd molars Damage 2nd Molars and Lasers Decrease Paresthesia and Surgery First is good for the Brain appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
In this episode, I discuss the misdiagnosis of a swelling on the roof of the mouth that turned out to be cancer. This was misdiagnosed twice and can have serious implications for patients. In addition, we talked about the incidental radiographic finding with a panorex showing calcifications in the Carotid artery and its association with […] The post EP161: Misdiagnosis of a Palatal Mass, OSA and Carotid Calcifications, dental implants in erosive lichen planus appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This week I discuss articles out of the Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in December of 2018. We will discuss a pork larvae infestation of the oral mucosa in three separate patients including both the clinical presentation and management of these lesions.  We shall discuss how to prevent periodontal defects distal to mandibular third […] The post EP160: Larva Infestation in Your Mouth, Preventing Perio Defects after 3rds appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
This episode is a must-listen for every dentist and the team. Botox originally was used for noncosmetic purposes for 13 years and then transitioned into cosmetic uses for lines and wrinkles of the face particularly in the glabella frontalis and crow’s-feet areas on the face to eliminate wrinkling and specifically Dynamic wrinkles. There are many […] The post EP159: Botox In Dentistry appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
Jaw surgery is a significant surgical procedure with a significant amount of postoperative pain. This prospective study and this podcast discuss postoperative pain control consumption of Narcotics Peak pain and risk factors that seem to lead to more postoperative pain and tenderness. I think you’ll find this discussion helpful in the greater context of narcotic […] The post EP157: Opioid Consumption After Jaw Surgery appeared first on Dentist Brain Candy.
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