Annals of Dental Specialty

ISSN: 2347-2022
eISSN: 2321-8436
DOI Prefix: 10.51847
JCR IF: 0.3

About This Journal

Our journal “Annals of Dental Specialty” is double blind peer reviewed journal, designed by the group of renowned specialists from various field of dentistry. This journal is formulated to discuss the newer techniques and original research works, reviews, at the national platform from all the field of dentistry. This journal also deals with special and rare case reports. The journal will be published quarterly.

The journal personifies the scope and diversity for the field of dentistry.

Important instructions for readers and authors


  1. Communications regarding submission of original articles, Review articles and Case reports should be addressed to the editor-in-chief on the following email address  [email protected] .
  2. Information for authors is available on the journal’s website at https://annalsofdentalspecialty.net.in/en/journal-page/instructions-to-author. Authors should consult these instructions before submitting manuscripts to the journal.
                   
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Latest Articles
Management of Enamel Stains Using a Combination Technique of Microabrasion and Remineralizing Agent
Management of Enamel Stains Using a Combination Technique of Microabrasion and Remineralizing Agent
Written by Swapnil Vats   Published On Issue 3 Vol 11, 2023
The most common cause of an unaesthetic smile is Dental fluorosis which leads to discoloration of the teeth due to staining. The staining of the incisor and cuspids gives a disagreeable and unaesthetic smile which ranges from mild-to-moderate fluorosis stains and tobacco stains. To overcome these problems, a minimally invasive approach, Enamel Microabrasion can be considered which not only enhances esthetics but also leads to minimal enamel loss. Due to the abrasive effect of the material, there Read More

Influence of the Position of the Apical Foramen on the Accuracy of Electronic Apex Locator
Influence of the Position of the Apical Foramen on the Accuracy of Electronic Apex Locator
Written by Amna Yusuf Siddiqui   Published On Issue 3 Vol 11, 2023
Deviation of apical foramen from the long axis of the anatomic apex is often undetectable on periapical radiographs. Use of electronic apex locators (EALs) in such cases might be prudent. Conflicting results have been reported regarding the influence of the position of an apical foramen in relation to the anatomic apex on the accuracy of EALs. This study was designed to shed further light on this potential influence. Fifty-six extracted human maxillary and mandibular molars were decoronated at t Read More

Does Sphincter Pharyngoplasty Improve Speech Hypernasality in Cleft Patients with Velopharyngeal Incompetence?
Does Sphincter Pharyngoplasty Improve Speech Hypernasality in Cleft Patients with Velopharyngeal Incompetence?
Written by Basem Tarek Jamal   Published On Issue 3 Vol 11, 2023
Despite successful cleft palate surgery, 10 to 30% of patients may experience abnormal speech resonance, most notably hypernasal resonance as a result of the velopharyngeal insufficiency (VPI). Surgery remains the most effective means of correcting VPI and among the popular procedures are sphincter pharyngoplasty. The purpose of this study is to compare speech hypernasality after sphincter pharyngoplasty in the management of cleft-related VPI. The study reviewed patients with velopharyngeal insu Read More

Age Estimation of Human Remains Using the Dental System: A Review
Age Estimation of Human Remains Using the Dental System: A Review
Written by Larisa Bianca Galea-Holhoș1   Published On Issue 3 Vol 11, 2023
Several methods of using teeth to estimate age at death are based on macroscopic, microscopic, and biochemical analyses of teeth. In addition to being very complex and expensive, microscopic and biochemical, methods destroy dental tissue and therefore make it impossible to use dental findings for further studies. The purpose of this article is to review the non-destructive methods of estimating the age of remains through teeth for immature people by examining the evolution of the dental system a Read More

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