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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2020-06-12 Mini Review

Applications to reduce the amount of excess cement for cement-retained implant supported prostheses: Mini review

Zühre Belde Akkaya* and Bahadir Ersu

Cement-retained implant-supported restorations has been preferred by many clinicians due to its ease of production, low cost and similarity to dental supported restorations [1].  In the literature, many complications caused by residual cement, ranging from acute severe bone resorption to imp...

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2020-05-15 Opinion

Determination of calcium in the tooth structure by using flame emission spectrophotometer

Şükrü Kalaycı*

018Calcium is the most common element in the tooth’s structure. In addition, calcium is one of the elements that are effective in maintaining dental health. As a result of calcium deficiency, the tooth becomes brittle and begins to rot. Calcium deficiency usually occurs in acidic beverage c...

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2020-04-28 Editorial

Behaviour management during dental treatment!!!

Rohit Kulshrestha*

Behavioral dentistry is an interdisciplinary science, which needs to be learned, practiced and reinforced in the context of clinical care and within the community oral health care system. The objective of this science is to develop in a dental practitioner an understanding of the interpersonal, i...

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2020-04-24 Research Article

Tooth erosion and the role of pepsin reflux

Jeanine Fisher, Graham Porter, Stuart Graham, Christos Ziaras, Andrew D Woodcock and Peter W Dettmar*


Objective: The purpose of the study was to evaluate if there is a link between salivary pepsin levels and tooth erosion. Also, to determine if gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is responsible for much of the tooth erosion seen by dentists.

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2020-04-03 Mini Review

Bifid Mandibular Canals: A case report and mini review

Sourav Sarkar* and Saini Mondal

The presence of bifid mandibu¬lar canals is an unusual but not rare occurrence. The mandibular canal containing the inferior alveolar artery, vein, and nerve, originates from the mandibular foramen and terminates at mental foramen [1-4]. In radiology, mandibular canal’s appearance has b...

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2020-03-18 Short Communication

Trends in Teledentistry

Rudrakshi C*


Socioeconomic barriers appears to be the greatest threat to dental care apart from considering the geographic location of the population. Access to need of care becomes primary consideration and through teleconsultation it is possible to overcome these barriers. As oral cavit...

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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 Singhal and Kanesha Abrol


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


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 ...

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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 ag...

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