13 March 2022

Personalized or precision dentistry

There are certain partially or totally genetically based diseases whose phenotypic expression in the form of signs and symptoms affects various parts of the human body. […]
21 December 2021

Asymptomatic patients and chameleons, clinical challenges of the future

As I mentioned in a previous article, the term pleiotropy refers to how one gene is responsible for multiple phenotypic effects. This becomes more relevant when […]
20 October 2021

Suggestions of dental agenesis and genetics

Chatting with patients beyond the professional relationship, sometimes and by chance, brings surprises that can arouse our curiosity. How many times does it happen that, when […]
1 March 2021

Tinnitus, temporomandibular dysfunction and the conundrum of the loops

The concept of tinnitus, from a generic point of view, with its multiple causes, is not the subject of this article. Those cases that have already […]
21 February 2021

From bruxism to genetics

The concept of bruxism, from a colloquial point of view, has been and is a generic denomination referring to the situation suffered by those patients who […]