orofacial


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Related to orofacial: orofacial pain, Orofacial dyskinesia
Translations

or·o·fa·cial

a. orofacial, rel. a la boca y a la cara.
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With 10 original articles, two review articles and three case reports, Volume 19 (5) presents a regional diversity of articles from the Northeast, Southeast and South regions, distributed in the different publication areas of the journal, with six articles in the area of language, three in Orofacial Motricity, two in the area of Public Health and one article in the areas of Audiology, Oropharyngeal Dysphagia, Educational Speech Therapy, and Voice.
TMDs as the orofacial form of these musculoskeletal disorders are not the most common group of diseases in geriatric dentistry practice, unlike problems related to restorative dentistry, especially prosthodontics (5,6).
Cleft lips and palates are orofacial congenital birth defects that affect the upper lip and the roof of the mouth.
A Clinico-Pathologic Study of 142 Orofacial Tumors in Children and Adolescents in Southern Iran.
Dr Rasool added that more than 300 patients receive daily dental treatment of various natures which includes highly specialized treatment modalities like Orthodontics /Facial Orthopedics, treatment for Orofacial surgery, facial injuries, oral cancer, fixed and removable prosthesis of various kinds, highly specialized regenerative procedures of Periodontal therapy/Dental Implant placements and advance dental care for child health, endodontic and restorative dentistry.
The sections cover taking care of your mouth and teeth; visiting your dentist's office; dental care for infants and children; orthodontic, endodontic, periodontic, and orofacial procedures; oral diseases and disorders; health conditions that affect oral health; and finding and financing oral health in the US.
Cyst of the orofacial region can be grouped into odontogenic and nonodontogenic, epithelial or non-epithelial, and developmental or inflammatory in origin.
We have analysed retrospectively 28 Nasolabial Flap reconstructions in 22 patients with orofacial defects.
Almost half of sickle cell patients experience orofacial pain.
The management of trauma of this region requires an in depth understanding of forms and functions of orofacial region.
1) Oral manifestations of Crohn's disease are referred to as oral CD or orofacial CD, and they often serve as early
Reduced risks of neural tube defects and orofacial clefts with higher diet quality.