Issue 1 Volume 7 (2019)

Antibiotic Prophylaxis Following Simple Exodontia: A Controlled Trial Written by Maj. Amit Bhandari   Published On Issue 1 Vol 7, 2019
Antibiotics are prescribed by dentists in various dental procedures. They are used both in therapeutic and prophylactic managements. Since oral infections are multi-microbial in origin involving gram-negative, gram-positive, facultative anaerobes, and obligate anaerobic bacteria, antibiotics serve as first line of treatment in inhibiting the growth of disease causing organisms. But reckless prescription of antibiotics has resulted in resistance, posing a serious health threat worldwide. Modifyin
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Prevalence Of Epithelial Dysplasia In Oral Leukoplakia And Its Clinical Correlation; A Retrospective Study Written by S. Karthiga Kannan   Published On Issue 1 Vol 7, 2019
Aim: The aim of this study is to evaluate the prevalence rate of epithelial dysplasia (ED) among leukoplakia and its clinical characteristics among south Indian population.   Materials and Methods: This cross sectional retrospective observational study was conducted in two centers including a private dental hospital and a private dental college, India. Twenty nine patients’ details were included, the clinical findings such as age, gender, clinical appearance, site of involvement, asso
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Cemento-Ossifying Fibroma Of The Mandible: Report Of A Case Written by Damla Torul   Published On Issue 1 Vol 7, 2019
Background and Aim: Cemento-ossifying fibroma is a rare benign neoplasm, affecting the jaws. Because it shares many features with other lesions of the jaws, definitive diagnosis of the cemento-ossifying fibroma is a challenge for the clinician and requires the integration of histopathological, radiological, and clinical examinations. In this article, the diagnosis and surgical management of a cemento-ossifying fibroma, localized in the premolar area of the mandible are presented.   Case Rep
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Occlusion is the fundamental concern of prosthetic and restorative dentistry. Occlusal ‎discrepancies are one of the deleterious functional problems perceived after the treatment of ‎the prosthesis or restorations. The study aimed to identify occlusal interferences in order to ‎refine the occlusal c Written by Sami Adhuwayhi   Published On Issue 1 Vol 7, 2019
Occlusion is the fundamental concern of prosthetic and restorative dentistry. Occlusal ‎discrepancies are one of the deleterious functional problems perceived after the treatment of ‎the prosthesis or restorations. The study aimed to identify occlusal interferences in order to ‎refine the occlusal contacts, by the use of occlusal indicators. It reviews and discusses the ‎various occlusal indicators available for the correction of occlusal discrepancies in both ‎fixed and remo
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