Journal of Oral Healthcare

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Case Report Pages 11-16

Botulinum Toxin (Type A) as a Minimally Invasive Treatment for Gengival Smile: Case Report

Authors: Kethylin Broilo, Juliana Alves da Silva Ramalho, Priscilla Aparecida Pereira, Karen Muller Ramalho and Susana Morimoto

Abstract: Gingival smile is considered when gingival exposure of 3 mm or more is visible during smile. Depending on person personality and self-acceptance the gummy smile can lead to aesthetic discomfort while smiling. Depending on the etiology, different treatments may be indicated. However, not all patients are willing to undergo longer or invasive treatments, and in these cases, botulinum toxin - type A (BTA) may be a treatment option. This manuscript reports the case of a patient with a 4 mm gingival smile.

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Case Report Pages 7-10

Conservative Treatment of Huge Fibrous Dysplasia Causing Dysfunction in the Maxilla

Authors: Onur Şahin, Xhini Rizaj, Toghrul Aliyev and Ceren Özeren Keşkek

Abstract: Fibrous dysplasia (FD) is a non-malignant condition in which normal bone and marrow are replaced by fibrous tissue and haphazardly distributed woven bone. In the craniomaxillofacial skeleton, the maxilla is more frequently affected by FD than the mandible and generally affects adjacent bones such as the sphenoid, zygomatic and the frontal bones. The aim of this case report is to present the clinical, radiological, histological findings and conservative treatment of patient diagnosed with huge FD caused dysfunction in maxilla.

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Original Article Pages 1-6

Dental Health Relevant to Hedonic and Eudaimonic Wellbeing

Authors: Nobuo Motegi, Charles Watters and Tish Marrable

Abstract: There is scarce literature linked to wellbeing including hedonic and eudaimonic wellbeing in dentistry. Specifically, regarding dental diseases, pain and irritable feeling in person cause hedonic wellbeing, while, serious pain causes not only hedonic but also eudaimonic wellbeing because of malnutrition, insomnia, growth and development.

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