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As a dentist, it is important to have a basic knowledge of oral medicine and pathology, because it can help to diagnose require treatment and severe general diseases that appear with lesions in the mouth.
Oral medications manual allows you to find answers to some of the questions and concerns that can sign up when faced with a patient with symptoms from the oral mucosa. Click for example. one of the diagnoses in the sidebar to learn more about symptoms and treatment options, or click on one of the pictures in the photo index to see if it looks like something you’ve seen in one of your patients. You will also find information on where to refer to the case of suspicion of malignancy in the oral cavity of a patient.
Dental Association Continuing Education
Overtandlæge, dr. odont. Morten Schiødt and professor, lic. a dr. odont. Jesper Reibel, with contributions from Anne Marie Lynge Pedersen, Camilla Kragelund and Siri Beier Jensen.
The illustrations derived from Dental Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic, Rigshospitalet,
Oral Pathology & Medicine, Copenhagen School of Dentistry and Oral Surgery
and Oral Pathology, Aarhus School of Dentistry.
Communication and Project Coordinator Tina Mie Juul Dental Association
After Training Manager Ole Marker Dental Association
1256 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45 70 25 77 11
Fax: 70 25 16 37
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We hope that you can benefit from this reference work in oral medicine.
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