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LeFort Fractures. Often the result of blunt force trauma.

Figure Le Fort Classification Of Maxillary Fractures Emergency medical Practice.

Figure 2. Quick Stretches for Dental Staff (Reprinted courtesy of the Duke Ergonomics Program, Duke University.)

Trying to keep my back/neck and hands in good shape: Quick Stretches for Dental Staff (Reprinted courtesy of the Duke Ergonomics Program, Duke University.

This is why impacted wisdom teeth need to be removed. Here a probable dentigerous cyst around the impacted wisdom tooth is now affecting otherwise normal healthy teeth.  http://www.dentaltown.com/MessageBoard/thread.aspx?s=2&f=303&t=202072&pg=19&r=3557764  Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas

This is why impacted wisdom teeth need to be removed. Here a probable dentigerous cyst around the impacted wisdom tooth is now affecting otherwise normal healthy teeth

Good dental marketing lol

LOVE THIS! "Dentist Telephone Pole Flyer With Tear-Off Teeth Dr. John Mullaly, a dentist in Muskegon, MI, came up with a creative approach to advertising his dental services by posting telephone pole flyers with tear-off teeth.