Root extraction of a subcrestally fractured incisor doesn’t show up on a regular basis. Usually it’s an emergency, but this case took a longer route to complete. Seven months ago I had a patient come in on an emergency basis. His complaint was that he had a tool strike his front tooth and it was […]
This is where I will add my random surgical thoughts on cases. I will also add videos and photos of select cases to help define a point. Some of the cases I’ll present here may be outside of the norm, cases you don’t see everyday. Other cases will be rather straight forward and basic. My goal is to help expand the accessibility of surgical examples for dentists who may need to learn through seeing.
If there happens to be a specific case you are preparing for and would like to see an example of how the surgery could go, email me and I’ll see if I can get a video up.
Just when you think you’ve got a handle on things, life throws a curve ball. Twice this week I’ve had extractions turn out to be more difficult than I had anticipated. I should have seen it coming, but went into it with the hopeful optimism I’m famous for. The first extraction that decided not to […]
A Service, My Passion The first dental procedure I performed was local anesthetic under the supervision of a dentist near Loma Linda University and the second dental procedure I performed was the extraction of #15. This was while on a mission trip to a small island string known as Kiribati which is located to the […]