|Table of Contents
* Home, Introductory Page
* About the Author
* 3D Animation, Birthday Card for a Friend, in Flash Format
* Timeline for The Sutton Infection, which started on or about August 9, and continues to this day
* Standard of Care, Simple Questions about Dental Science that First Year Students need to Answer Correctly to make it to Year 2.
* Tooth Numbering System, Mesial Distal Lingual Buccal
* Diagrams & Illustrations
* Notes regarding Surgical Procedure to Remove Damaged Nerves
Feb. 16, 2019 * Technical Additions.
Block Diagram of Human Nervous System,
Specific to Teeth
Accessory innervation (Tooth #30, 2009, Dr. Raja Shah @ UoP-Dugoni)
Induced Neurochemical & Electrical Innervation as a source of Trigeminal Neuralgia, after Dental Infection
ANSWER: Threshold Formation.
QUESTION: What do Students of Transistor Function
have in Common with Students of Human Nerve Function ?
Fooling Around #1 * "I Know Kung Fu" scene from the Matrix.
What does the learning method featured by the Wachowski Siblings in the movie, The Matrix, have to do with Damaged Teeth Nerves & (induced) Trigeminal Neuralgia ?
Fooling Around #2 * Drive Your Cats Nuts Section. Turn Down the Speaker Volume.
6 Questions First & Second Year Dental Students Must Answer Correctly
1. Symptomatic Pain can Co-Exist with Neuralgia.
True or False ?
2. When a patient has Dental Pain and Neuralgia, which pain is usually greater ?
A - Dental Pain
B - Neuralgia
3. Can diseased tissue, left embedded in a patient's jaw, be a contributing factor in creating a case of Trigeminal Neuralgia, where none existed before ? Yes or No.
4. Can Necrotic tissue, left embedded in a patient's jaw, be a contributing factor in a case of Trigeminal Neuralgia, where none existed before ? Yes or No.
5. Relative to timing. When a patient has Diseased Teeth Tissue in their jaw, is it healthier to remove it ASAP, or to let it sit there for 3 months ?
A - ASAP
B - 3 months
6. When Rendering a Judgment about the Source of a Patient's Tooth Pain, is it better to just consider the most recent dental procedure, or to consider the tooth's entire procedure history, even if it goes back 25 years ?
A - Most Recent Only
B - Entire History
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When it is present, the Dental Pain is usually much greater than the Sinusitis sensations and pain that some Doctors label Neuralgia.
3. Yes, diseased tissue, and the inflammation and infection associated with it, can be a contributing factor in TN & Sinusitis.
5. A, ASAP
6. B, Entire History