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A cleft palate (palatoschisis) is a fissure in the roof of the oral cavity. It is usually a congenital deformity that leads to abnormal communication between the oral and nasal cavities. Problems are cosmetic, dental, speech, swallowing, hearing, facial growth, emotional. The zones involved by common oral clefts are upper lip, alveolar ridge, hard palate and soft palate. More than 50% are combined clefts of lip and palate and about one-fourth are bilateral. The psychological and socio-economic handicap of oral clefts may be severe. It is a deformity that can be seen, felt and heard, and constitutes a crippling affliction.This book gives an overview of cleft palate starting from history to current treatment options.
Drug-induced gingival overgrowth remains the most widespread unwanted effect of systemic medication on the periodontal tissues. Gingival enlargement represents an over-exuberant response to a variety of local and systemic conditions. Gingival enlargement produces aesthetic changes and clinical symptoms including pain, bleeding, speech disturbances, abnormal tooth movement, occlusion problems, problems in mastication, enhancement of caries development and periodontal problems. The medication-induced gingival overgrowths occur as a side effect following administration of drugs used mainly for non-dental treatment and thus the overgrowth cannot be explained as a variation of the intended pharmacological action of the drug. Currently, more than 20 prescription medications are associated with gingival enlargement. This book is an insight addressing this issue in detail.
Stomatognathic system of human body composed of tmj, masticatory muscles and teeth. This system is involved in chewing, swallowing, mastication and speech. Any change in these components leads to abnormal function and orofacial pain which can be termed as temporomandibular disorders or myofacial pain disorder syndrome. Dentist has a major role to diagnose such type of orofacial disorders. By restoring the normal functions of these three components the temporomandibular disorders can be treated. There are varieties of appliances mentioned in the literature to treat such disorders. In this book a conscious effort has been made with brief description of the all available appliance used to treat temporomandibular disorders.