Issue 2 Volume 7 (2019)

Comparison Between Medicinal Plants Used Against Oral Diseases And Pharmaceutical Dental Products In Morocco
Written by Hazim Harouak   Published On Issue 2 Vol 7, 2019
In order to compare aromatic and medicinal plants used against different oral diseases and medicinal products commercialized around the kingdom of Morocco for oral use, two surveys were carried out in Meknes city; the first one was with herbalists operating traditional medicine sector and the second one at pharmacies or parapharmacies. The results revealed the use of certain active principles such as limonene, linalool, eugenol, eucalyptol, thymol, menthol which are present both in medicinal pla
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Tissue Conditioning: Dual Approach About Clinical Cases
Written by Bensouna Salah Eddine   Published On Issue 2 Vol 7, 2019
In many cases, wearing old dentures may cause abnormalities and soft tissue lesions, the success of a new prosthetic therapy is conditioned by the elimination of all the lesions and anatomical defects of these tissues. This can be accomplished by performing pre-treatment for tissue conditioning by the use of conditioning materials that allow osteo-mucosal infrastructures to return to their healthy state by reducing and evenly distributing the stresses to which they are subjected. This approach a
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Radiographic Evaluation Of Maxillary Sinus Surgical Risks In Sinus Lifting Surgery Candidates Using Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT)
Written by Maryam Safabakhsh   Published On Issue 2 Vol 7, 2019
Introduction: Dental implant placement in the maxillary posterior edentulous area can be an indication for sinus lifting surgery in case of inadequate residual bone between the sinus floor and crestal ridge. In the present study, we aimed to conduct a radiological assessment of maxillary sinus surgical risks in sinus lifting surgery candidates, using cone beam computed tomography (CBCT). Methods: In this cross-sectional study, a total of 350 cases (100 premolar, 130 first molar, and 120 second m
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Botox And Dermal Fillers In Dental Clinic: Training And Practice Assessment
Written by Samira Osailan   Published On Issue 2 Vol 7, 2019
Botulinum toxin (BT) is a protein extracted from the bacterium Clostridium and dermal fillers (DF) are injectable soft tissue. Both are widely used for cosmetic and therapeutic purposes. Nowadays many healthcare professionals including dentists are using them in their practice. To assess and evaluate if dentists can do BT and DF in their practice and to determine if training is crucial for dentists before they apply BT and DF in their practice. This descriptive cross-sectional study was conducte
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