Volume 1


Case Report

A Conservative Treatment Approach to Replace a Single Missing Posterior Tooth: Inlay Fixed Dental Prosthesis

The conventional three united fixed dental prosthesis or an implant supported crown are the most common prostheses considered for the replacement of single missing posterior tooth but a more conservative inlay fixed dental prosthesis can be considered as a definitive treatment modality in certain clinical conditions, in patients having favorable Occlusal factors such as presence of all teeth, good Occlusal stability, absence of bruxisms, canine guided or mutually protected occlusion and periodontally sound abutments.

Published 16 Nov, 2016


Research Article

Fra-1 Expression in Salivary Gland Cancer Cells

Salivary gland cancers, neoplasms of the head and neck, have shown to exhibit a wide variety of biological, pathologic, and clinical variations.

Published 16 Nov, 2016


Editorial

Prevention: The Most Valuable and Inexpensive Oral/ Systemic Health Care

It is generally recognized and accepted, not just by modern western health and dental practitioners, but also Eastern forms of medicine that the “mouth is the window to all diseases of the body.”

Published 16 Nov, 2016


Review Article

Millennials and the Future of Dentistry

Millennials are a larger population with a very different in attitude, than Baby Boomers and should have a greater impact than Baby Boomers on the traditional American society and dentistry in particular.

Published 16 Nov, 2016


Research Article

Sella Turcica Variations in Skeletal Class I, Class II, and Class III Adult Subjects: A CBCT Study

Introduction: Sella turcica is an important landmark for superimposition in orthodontics. The current literature reports a large variation in the size of sella turcica among the three different type’s skeletal malocclusion classes.

Published 16 Nov, 2016


Review Article

The Mechanisms of Mineralized Tissue Resorption by Clast Cells in Relation to Orthodontic Tooth Movement and Root Resorption

Orthodontic tooth movement depends on favorable supporting tissues responding to the forces used during treatment.

Published 14 Nov, 2016


Review Article

Applications of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry - Literature Review

The Botulinum Neurotoxins are produced by the anaerobic bacterium Clostridium botulinum and are considered the most potent toxins known and its application has become useful and significant in the treatment of oral and maxillofacial injuries.

Published 14 Nov, 2016


Case Series

Surgical Management of Impacted Canines: A Literature Review and Case Presentations

It has been well reported in the literature that proper development of the canine teeth plays a major role in esthetics as well as in establishing proper dental arch form.

Published 14 Nov, 2016


Review Article

Dental Stem Cell Banking, The Future is Here: A Case Report

The world over the entire educated population is well aware of the various possibilities of stem cell science and research, an endless possibility to repair and regenerate tissues in our body.

Published 10 Nov, 2016


Case Report

Role of Soft Tissue Diode Laser in Cheiloplasty to Enhance Smile-Makeover: A Case Report

Lasers were introduced into the field of clinical dentistry with the hope of overcoming some of the drawbacks posed by the conventional surgical procedures.

Published 10 Nov, 2016


Review Article

Minimally Invasive Dentistry: Polymer Burs

Dental caries is a multifactorial disease which is very much prevalent in India occurring especially in high economic group and some in middle and lower economic groups of world population.

Published 10 Nov, 2016


Review Article

Changing the Landscape of Learning in Dentistry

At the University of British Columbia Dental School we are using Flipped Learning to teach fundamental medical sciences to our first year students.

Published 10 Nov, 2016


Research Article

Difference between Behcet’s Disease Oral Aphthosis and Idiopathic Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis

Introduction: The aim of this study was to look if any clinical characteristics of oral aphthosis (OA) could discriminate Behcet’s Disease (BD) from Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS), at the patient’s first visit.

Published 03 Nov, 2016


Research Article

Substance Use and Oral Health Sensations among a Population of Nigerian Motor Park Workers

Objectives: To determine patterns of substance use and Oral health sensations among substance users.

Published 31 Oct, 2016


Mini Review

Anatomy of the Upper Airway and Its Growth in Childhood

Because several craniofacial anomalies are related to the narrow upper airway, for example narrow maxilla or retruded mandible, orthodontists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons are involving diagnosis and treatment of paediatric obstructive sleep apnoea.

Published 26 Oct, 2016


Research Article

The Height of Occlusal Registration Blocks before and After Jaw Registration: A Comparative Study

The occlusal surface of complete denture is developed according to the maxillo-mandibular relationship that is recorded during the jaw registration stage.

Published 11 Aug, 2016


Perspective

Current and Future Complications of Video Laryngoscopes

Magboul reported the first case of near lingual nerve injury in an elderly female patient caused by the GlideRite® Rigid Stylet (Rigid Glide Scope Stylet) in 2010.

Published 11 Aug, 2016


Case Report

Progressive Fibrous Ankylosis of Temporomandibular Joint Caused by Psoricatic Arthritis: A Case Report

Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is a chronic, disabling inflammatory disease, associated with psoriasis. Involvement of the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is very rare and may cause severe deformation or dysfunction.

Published 10 Aug, 2016


Case Report

Stem Cell Bone Allografts in Maxillary Sinus and Ridge Augmentation, Report of a Case

Maxillary sinus and ridge augmentation were performed using the allograft cellular matrix containing live stem cells (Osteocel)*.

Published 10 Aug, 2016





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