Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) or in a society known as gastritis or increased stomach acid is a chronic condition that occurs in the digestive tract due to increased stomach acid. This excessive gastric acid then leads to the esophagus and causes pain in the pit of the stomach or burning sensation in the chest. The esophagus is part of the… Read More


Occlusion of the occlusal caries to the proximal has been widely demonstrated in epidemiological studies. Unlike occlusal surfaces, the proximal surface can not be directly detected visually due to the presence of neighboring teeth. Therefore, the dentist relies on demineralization signs in the bitewing radiographic image as a support of clinic… Read More