stomatology

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stomatology

[‚stō·mə′täl·ə·jē]
(medicine)
The branch of medical science that concerns the anatomy, physiology, pathology, therapeutics, and hygiene of the oral cavity, of the tongue, teeth, and adjacent structures and tissues, and of the relationship of that field to the entire body.
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Seventy patients, consisting of 35 males and 35 females, who received treatment in the Department of Orthodontics, Shanxi Medical University Stomatological Hospital, China between June 2014 and December 2014, were included in this study after screening against the inclusion and exclusion criteria.
Nevertheless, in spite of the magnitude and severity of the problem, nowadays totally edentulous patients do not receive comprehensive treatment by dentists, as conventional full removable dentures are adapted to them and in very few occasions patients are inquired about their stomatological condition or their prosthesis status after insertion.
In Romania, access to certain services is limited because of the high costs, namely: high performance services, certain stomatological services, high-comfort hotel services, etc.
c) Department of Stomatological Sciences, Federal University of Goias, Goiania, GO, Brazil.
Their topics include the oral prevention and care measures for head and neck cancer, evidence-based decision making in dental care, professional exposure to infectious pathogens in the dental and stomatological environment, special needs and attention required providing dental care for children with cleft lip and palate, the need for jaw stabilization to prevent dysphagia in Down syndrome, computer-aided oral implant surgery, considerations in the dental care of implant-treated patients, and patient autonomy and the doctor-patient relationship in dentistry.
In 1996 Servimed and the Italian firm Finmed undertook Cuba's first joint venture in health tourism called Mediclub in Camaguey to develop a complex that provides clinical and stomatological services, specialized treatments with medicinal mud, and areas devoted to facial and body esthetics (Barnet 1996).
Age estimation of a unknown person based on the examination of bodily remains could be performed either by osteological or stomatological methods.
Alteration in stomatological findings of patents with Yusho (PCB poisoning) in the general examination.
CT images of 103 patients (51 males and 52 females) were selected from the Department of Radiology, Stomatological Hospital, Shanxi Medical University, China, from September 2015 to August 2016.