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SURGERY, med. jur. That part of the healing art which relates to external diseases; their treatment; and, specially, to the manual operations adopted for their cure.
     2. Every lawyer should have some acquaintance with surgery; his knowledge on this subject will be found useful in cases of homicide and wounds.

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Eligible patients for the primary care minor oral surgery service will be provided with a choice of providers who their dentist can refer them on to.
8220;The ultimate goal of our new website is to provide both current and prospective patients with all the information they need to feel comfortable and secure about their procedure,” said Mark Funt, DMD, of Greater Philadelphia Oral Surgery.
Patients with such medical conditions will need to be evaluated at Smile Expressions Orlando dental implants & oral surgery office before determining if they are a candidate.
Sponsored by Crest and the only one of its kind in California, the Smile Shoppe offers free dental screenings and treatment to active members of the Boys & Girls Club, performing everything from regular checkups to oral surgery.
Thousands of patients suffer from dry mouth caused by certain diseases, by therapies such as head and neck radiation and chemotherapy, and by Sjogren's syndrome, diabetes, Bell's palsy, oral surgery, and the aging process.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans say they aren't afraid of oral surgery -- multiple extractions and removing impacted wisdom teeth -- but a majority report they don't want any memory of it, according to a new survey by The Gallup Organization.
About Artimplant Artimplant is a biomaterials company focused on solutions to problems in orthopedic and oral surgery.
In that game, the Clippers forward crashed to the floor and eventually needed oral surgery to repair two broken teeth.
Ludwig's angina is a serious and potentially fatal disease that still receives attention in the otolaryngology and oral surgery literature.
NASDAQ: LCBM) announced today the market introduction of HAPSET(R) Hydroxylapatite Bone Graft Plaster for oral surgery applications related to the restoration of periodontal bone defects and tooth extraction sites.
The oral surgery standard of care for procedures requiring bone augmentation is to harvest bone from other sites in the patient and implant it where needed.