Submucous cleft palate (SMCP) occurs due to an abnormal fusion of the muscles of the soft palate when the baby is developing in utero. In the case of submucous cleft palate, the cleft is underneath the mucous membrane, which is the tissue that covers the palatal roof.Read More
Author: Dr Navneet Kaur
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Navneet is a dentist by profession and a travel freak by heart. You would either find her secluded in her room studying books or away on travel expeditions to places nobody's ever even heard of.
A dental nerve block is an effective way to manage orofacial pain without distorting the anatomy of a wound and to carry out painful dental treatments easily and comfortably.Read More
Calcium deficiency can result in severe oral conditions such as decreased jaw bone density, tooth decay, irritated gums, etc.Read More
Once the dental pulp gets injured, it can’t repair itself and may die. This process is known as necrosis of pulp and causes the tooth to become non-vital or dead.Read More