Issue 2 Volume 8 (2020)

Human Identification Through Gum-A New Vision In Forensic Odontology Written by Arushi Chawla   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Aim: The study aims to bring about a change in the conventional and tedious methods used during the investigation of the suspect or victim, for identification and introduce a material which can be used, by forensic investigators to the police officers worldwide with ease. Objective: To use gum as a make-shift impression material to overcome the drawbacks of the conventionally used dental materials and assess its feasibility in forensic odontology. Materials and Method: The technique used require
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Evaluation Of Psychological Factors In Patients With Oral Lichen Panus Written by Anshul Aggarwal   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Aim: To establish a correlation between psychosocial factors (stress, anxiety, and depression) in oral lichen planus patients Study Design: Lichen planus is considered as a chronic inflammatory mucocutaneous disease of unknown etiology .In recent years the mental health of patients of lichen planus has been clinically analyzed both with and without psychological questionnaire. various questionnaires that are acceptable to patients have adequate sensitivity and specificity in their ability to ide
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Oral Cancer Awareness Among The General Public In Aligarh Of Uttar Pradesh Of India Written by Anshul Aggarwal   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Introduction: Oral cancer is a major health concern globally. It is the third most common type of cancer in India and it accounts for 30% of all cancer cases in the country. In recent years, the incidence of new cases of oral cancer has increased in India especially in young adults. The rate of morbidity and mortality associated with oral cancer is higher in India as compared to western countries. It may be due to the lack of awareness and knowledge regarding oral cancer in the general public. I
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Different Restorative Systems In Non Carious Cervical Lesions Written by Özge Türkoğlu   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Background: Six different restorative systems were applied in non‒carious cervical lesions (NCCLs). They demonstrated acceptable clinical performances, except for retention rates of Beautiful II, Beautiful Flow Plus F00, and Dyract XP restorations, after 12th month. Objective: The aim of this one‒blind clinical trial was to evaluate and compare the clinical performance of six different restorative systems for restoring NCCLs. Methods: A total of 300 restorations (n=50) were placed in 33 patients
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The Role Of PET-CT In The Diagnosis Of Carcinoma Of The Buccal Mucosa With Severe Trismus- A Case Report Written by Karthik R   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Buccal mucosa carcinoma has an aggressive nature of spreading into the adjacent masticatory space resulting in difficulty in mouth opening and hindering adequate clinical examination by visualization. Buccal mucosa carcinoma proves a diagnosing challenge to the clinician due to its rapid metastases into the adjacent tissues. Such a case of buccal mucosa carcinoma in a 40-year-old male, who reported with a chief complaint of restricted mouth opening and inability to eat, is presented here. This a
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Influence Of Background And Cement Shades On The Color Of Low-Translucency Lithium-Disilicate Ceramics Written by Mohammed Zahran   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Statement of the Problem: Matching adjacent anterior all-ceramic restorations supported by natural teeth and implants to adjacent natural teeth or all-ceramic restoration is a demanding task for both clinicians and dental technician, especially when cemented to natural teeth and/or implant-supported abutments with different stump shades. Aim: To compare the optical effect of dissimilar background and cement shades in terms of color differences ( DE ) after cementation to low -translucency lithiu
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Comparison Of Diagnostic Efficacy Of Four Methods In Detecting The Canal Orifices Of Maxillary 1st Molar- An In-Vitro Study Written by Amit Kumar Garg   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to compare the diagnostic efficacy of the naked eye, surgical operating microscope, Surgical loupe, fluorescein sodium dye, and tooth clearing technique in detecting the canal orifices of extracted maxillary 1st molar among Indian population. Methods: A total of 50 extracted maxillary 1st molars were divided into four groups as follows: group I-naked eye, group II- surgical loupe, group III-surgical operating microscope, and group IV-fluorescein sodium
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Comprehensive Review of Oral Granular Cell Lesions Written by Bhavna Chulliparampil Mohan   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
A precise histopathological diagnosis is dependent mainly on accurate visual analysis of tissue architecture, cellular morphology, and appearance. A number of oral lesions and tumors show cells having a granular appearance. These lesions either present with a typical granular cell appearance or granular cell changes in lesions, which usually have a different histological appearance. The present paper aims to review various granular cell lesions of the oral mucosa, jaws, and salivary glands with
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Biocompatibility Of Calcium Silicate-Based Cement Incorporated With Silver Or Gold Nanoparticles - An In Vitro Study Written by Teena Sheethal Dsouza   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
The effectiveness of nano incorporation into materials has brought about a new horizon into dentistry and the society, as the past and current literature so far reports that the perceived benefits outweigh the perceived risks. The objective of this study was to determine the cytotoxicity of calcium silicate-based cement incorporated with either silver or gold nanoparticles on human lymphocytes. The results showed that the incorporation of silver or gold nanoparticles did not affect the overall b
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Marketing Research On Dietary Supplements For Periodontitis In Patient Diabetes Written by Galyna Biloklytska   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
The vast majority of periodontal diseases are inflammatory and can develop under the influence of both local causes and the combined action of common (endogenous) and local factors against the background of changes in the reactivity of the body. In the pathogenesis of the development of periodontal diseases in patients with diabetes, the main role is given to angiopathies. Since periodontitis is characterized by various vascular disorders, which are largely similar to diabetic angiopathy, it is
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Anterior Teeth Visibility And Its Relation To Aging Among Saudi Population Written by Mohammad Abdullah AlRafee   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Aim: To examine the influence of age and gender on the degree of maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth display during natural and exaggerated smiles among a group of Saudi subjects. Methods: 320 Saudi adults (males and females) were randomly chosen. The measurements were carried out directly on the subject at natural and exaggerated smiles utilizing a Fowler Electronic Digital Calliper to the nearest tenth of a millimeter. Three measurements per tooth were performd and the mean was determined.
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MMP20, KLK4, and ENAM Genes Prognostic Significance in The Dental Erosion Development Written by Biloklytska G. F.   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Background: The importance of polymorphic variants and combinations of MMP20, KLK4, and ENAM genes, isolated from the buccal epithelium, in the development of dental erosion and caries against the background of periodontal disease has not been fully understood. Aim: The aim was to study the prognostic significance of MMP20, KLK4, and ENAM genes in the development of dental erosion and caries against the background of gingivitis in young people. Methods: An instrumental dental examination was car
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Root Canal Morphology And Its Relationship To Endodontic Procedures Written by Ali A. Alshehri   Published On Issue 2 Vol 8, 2020
Background: Root canal morphology varies between the types of the teeth; maxillary teeth are different in their general morphology and termed accordingly as incisors, canine, premolar, and molar. This variation is further subject to classification systems of their root canals. Methodology: We searched Pubmed for ((root canal) (AND (morphology) OR (anatomy)) OR maxillary tooth))). Review: Type I of the Vertucci classification is prevalent across all maxillary teeth. This finding is true in popula
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