Autores: Adriano Rocha Germano, Sylvio Luiz Costa De Moraes,
We started the transition!
We are about to establish another transition of coordination of our Journal, a heritage of the Brazilian College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Traumatology. The editorial team of the Journal of The Brazilian College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, represented by the Editorial Board,...
Autores: Sylvio Luiz Costa De Moraes,
Oral pathologies: a 10-year casuistry
Introduction: Oral lesions and pathologies are determined by the clinical examinationthat generates a diagnostic hypothesis, confirmed from complementary examssuch as biopsy. Epidemiological studies make it possible to describe the healthconditions of a given population, the profile of patients...
Autores: Walter Paulesini Junior, Anynne Rezende,
Keywords: Epidemiology, Biopsy, Histology, Pathology, Oral. Diagnosis, Oral,
Comparative analysis between different implant designs in relation to insertion torque and primary stability in polyurethane biomodels
Introduction: The primary stability of implants is directly related to the surgicaltechnique, the macrogeometric design and the bone density of the receiving area. Theobjective of this study was to evaluate the insertion torque and the coefficient of primarystability of two implants with...
Autores: Danilo Lazzari Ciotti, Artur Lage Pedroso, Rogerio Junqueira Pereira, Jean Marcello Pagotto, Raimer Ferreira Souza, Cassio Kampits,
Keywords: torque, Dental implants, Comparative study,
The maxillo-facial surgery and the mucormycosys’ treatment: Case Report
The mucormycosis is a rare and serious fungal infection. The disease is caused by mucoralesfungi, mainly the genus Rhizopus sp, Mucor sp, Rhizomucor sp and Lichtheimiasp. It presents itself in a highly invasive and opportunistic way. It is associated withimmunosuppressive patients, especially...
Autores: Sylvio Luiz Costa De Moraes, Ana Carolina Klein dos Santos,
Keywords: Surgery, COVID-19, Mucorales, Mucormycosis,
Trichilemmal cyst in the upper lip: case report
Introduction: Trichilemmal Cyst is a rare cyst filled with keratine, with little incidencein the mouth, that predominantly affect women, having the possibility to malignize.Its appearence is more common in the scalp being responsable for about 90%of the cases. Case Report: The aim of this paper...
Autores: Matheus Cavalcante Tomaz Bezerra, Nicholas Pascuotte Filippetti, Brenda Soares dos Santos,
Keywords: Hair Diseases, Epidermal Cyst, Dermoid Cyst,
Iatrogenic mandibular angle fracture and extractor: case report
Introduction: The unerupted and/or impacted third molars are often indicated forsurgical removal and this procedure is potentially associated to risks of complicationssuch as mandibular fractures. Objective: The present article reports a case ofiatrogenic fracture of the mandibular angle and...
Autores: Cassio Edvard Sverzut, Ítalo Miranda do Vale Pereira, Priscila Faleiros Bertelli Trivellato,
Keywords: Molar, third, Mandible, Iatrogenic Disease, Intraoperative Complications,
Exeresis of peripheral ossifying fibroma gigantiform: case report
Introduction: This study aims to describe an atypical case of peripheral ossifying fibroma(POF) of large dimension, showing the importance of complete ablation alongwith its etiological factors. Case report: A male individual, melanoderm, with anodular lesion on inferior alveolar rim at the left...
Autores: Amanda Achkar Coli, Marcelo Zillo Martini, Eliezer Laranjeira Andrade, Stefany Torres Matos, Manoel Valentim Castilho,
Keywords: Surgery, oral, Mandible, Neoplasms,
Osteoma of the mandibular condyle as main cause of progressive facial asymmetry and severe pain: a case report
Introduction: Osteoma is a benign neoplasm that may affects the mandibularcondyle and causes facial asymmetries and joint disorders. Methods: After clinicalhistory examination, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and bonescintigraphy, a 58-year-old patient was diagnosed with a tumor...
Autores: Eduardo Parente, Samara da Silva Pinto,
Keywords: osteoma, Facial asymmetry, Orthognathic surgery,
Treatment of oroantral fistula with buccal fat pad: Case Report
Bucosinusal communication is a complication often associated with exodontia ofposterior teeth, which when not properly treated can result in compromised sinustissue and formation of oroantral fistula. The present article reports the case of apatient who developed an oroantral fistula after...
Autores: Marcio Bruno Figueiredo Amaral, Guilherme Veloso Ramos, Laura Braga Figueiredo, Luiza Vale Coelho, Paulo Henrique de Almeida Fonseca,
Keywords: Surgery, oral, Adipose tissue, Oroantral fistula,