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Dentistry is a subdivision of medical science involved in the study, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity and of adjacent and related structures and tissues, particularly in the maxillofacial (jaw and facial) area.

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2020-01-09 Research Article

An evaluation of hardness of commercially available provisional restorative materials: An in vitro study

Nimra Mehraj, Samarth Kumar Agarwal*, Romil Sinhal and Kanesha Abrol

Abstract

Statement of problem: Provisional restorations play a critical role in the success of restorative treatment so they must maintain their integrity in the oral environment throughout the diagnostic and restorative phases.

Purpose: The...

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2019-11-25 Case Report

Lateral Pedicle and Connective Tissue Graft – A combined approach for management of isolated gingival recession

Ramnath Elangovan*, Ramakrishnan Theyagarajan, Ebenezer Mani and Mejalla Muthiah Amaladhas

Abstract

Gingival recession is defined as apical migration of the gingival epithelium leading to the exposure of root surface. There are many surgical procedures for treating gingival recessions and the main goal is to cover the exposed tooth surface by soft tissue augmentation. The s...

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2019-11-21 Case Report

Cranio-Facial Fibrous Dysplasia: A case report of a conservative treatment in a monostotic form associated with an orthodontic management and a bone graft of the non-lytic bone area for dental implant rehabilitation

Seban A*, Blein E, Perez S and Seban B

Fibrous dysplasia is an osteolytic lesion in which bone is replaced by an instable fibrous osseous tissue. The aim of this case report is to highlight dental rehabilitation (bone grafts to allow dental implant) on patients suffering of this condition.

A 39-year-old female with a har...

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2019-11-15 Review Article

Alcoholism and its implications for the dental team, an update and review of the literature

Vignesh Eswara Murthy*

Precis: This Literature review is intended to provide dental practitioners with an update of the implications that Alcoholism poses to them.

Statement of the problem: Alcoholism raises several distinct problems for dental professionals.

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2019-08-20 Research Article

Colour keys to emotion in management of children and intellectual distraction using coloured games in dental environment for children

Rajakumar S*, Kavitha Ramar and Revanth MP

Aim and objective: Dentistry for children is not difficult but is different from what is practiced for adults. The children reacts to differently to people and places around them. Anxiety is an emotional state that helps normal individual defend themselves against a variety of...

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2018-12-31 Short Communication

How Condylar modifications occurs

Rohit Kulshrestha*

Functional appliances used in correction of class II malocclusions are shown to modify the neuromuscular environment of dentition & associated bones. There are many studies related to the skeletal, dental and neuromuscular changes which are evaluated cephalometrically, clinically as well as wi...

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2018-10-26 Case Report

Preventing Peri-implantitis with a proper Cementation Protocol and with the consideration of alternatives to Cement-Retained Implant Restorations

Tony Daher*, Robert G Mokbel and Vahik P Meserkhani

Successful implant restoration is depending on an adequate surgical and prosthetic protocol. In the last few years an increase in Peri-Implantitis has been attributed, in part, to the excess cement left around the implant collar and threads, leading in many cases to bone loss and even the comp...

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2018-07-25 Research Article

Staining susceptibility of recently developed resin composite materials

Olivier Duc, Emilie Betrisey, Enrico Di Bella, Ivo Krejci and Stefano Ardu*

Objectives: To evaluate the colour stability of 3 recently developed resin based materials continuously exposed to various staining agents.

Methods: 144 disc-shaped specimens were made of each of the 3 tested composites (Essentia, Brillant, Inspiro)...

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2017-11-20 Procedure

Fabrication of Lingual Retainer made easy

Madhvi Bhardwaj, Shantanu Khattri and Rohit Kulshrestha*

Direct bonding of a lingual retainer is challenging because it requires a long working time on the lingual aspect of the anterior teeth. Due to no direct vision there is a risk of contamination from saliva and moisture, which can cause bond failure; and it is difficult to apply the adhesive ex...

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2017-06-08 Case Report

The Neuromuscular diseases in Pediatric Dental Office

Ambarkova Vesna*

The neuromuscular disorders may be hereditary, autoimmune, and in some cases with unknown etiology. These diseases are characterized by progressive course, muscle weakness, and in an advanced stage with binding the patient to a wheelchair. This group includes a number of diseases, but from the...

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