Issue 1 Volume 12 (2024)

Efficacy of Linezolid-Based Hydrogel as Local Drug in Stage II Grade A Periodontitis-A Clinical Study
Efficacy of Linezolid-Based Hydrogel as Local Drug in Stage II Grade A Periodontitis-A Clinical Study
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Written by Poulami Chakraborty   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
To prepare and characterize linezolid-based hydrogel and evaluate its efficacy as local drug delivery in stage II grade A periodontitis. Linezolid-based hydrogel was prepared. Hemolysis assay was done at various concentrations (2%, 4%, 6%, 8%, 10%) and a biocompatibility test was performed by MTT Assay. Forty patients with stage II grade A periodontitis were involved in this clinical trial. Participants were split into two groups. Group A (control) received only scaling and root planing (SRP) an
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Evaluation of Complete Denture Impressions: Implementing A Numerical Grading Method
Evaluation of Complete Denture Impressions: Implementing A Numerical Grading Method
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Written by Dalea Mohammed Bukhary   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
Several factors affect the quality of Complete denture (CD) final impressions, such as techniques, materials, operator skills, and dentist-patient relationship. Hence, understanding the clinical impressions-related skills of students may help improve the assessment and teaching process. A total of 160 completely edentulous arches were treated, maxillary (n=80) and mandibular (n=80). Final impressions were made by 4th-year undergraduate dental students (males=40 and females=40). The defects and q
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Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Use of Chat GPT In Dentistry Among Dental Students and Dental Professionals
Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Use of Chat GPT In Dentistry Among Dental Students and Dental Professionals
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Written by Chetan Belaldavar   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
ChatGPT is an advanced language model that uses deep learning methods to generate answers. The effectiveness of ChatGPT in healthcare education has been studied and has been shown to enhance the personalized learning experience, with the ability to improve communication skills and student involvement in the learning process. Because of ChatGPT's novelty and prospective applications in research and education, it is important to understand the factors that affect its acceptability. This is the
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Effect of Banana Peels on Dental Bleaching: An in Vitro Study
Effect of Banana Peels on Dental Bleaching: An in Vitro Study
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Written by Abdulmohsen Alrabiah   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
Dental bleaching has become one of the most demanding dental procedures for patients with high esthetic concerns. This research determined how well banana peels worked as a dental bleaching agent compared to traditional bleaching gels that included 35% hydrogen peroxide (HP). For a total of fifteen permanent incisors, three groups (GI, placebo; GII, 35% HP; and GIII, banana peels) were allocated at random. There were three 45-minute bleaching treatments. A visible ultraviolet light spectrophotom
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A Systematic Review for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Amoxicillin, Amoxiclav, and Chlorhexidine Prophylaxis after Tooth Extraction
A Systematic Review for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Amoxicillin, Amoxiclav, and Chlorhexidine Prophylaxis after Tooth Extraction
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Written by Lukas Česaitis   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
This study aims to consider a systematic review of past literature on this topic. It concentrates on the use of these antibiotics in oral-related research. The study is also focused on analyzing the effectiveness of the prophylactic use of antibiotics and antiseptic Chlorhexidine. This study involves the initial search of relevant past studies on the topic. The research process involved a comprehensive search in medical databases: PubMed, Medline, Google Scholar, and other reliable websites onli
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Salivary Specimen in COVID-19 Testing for Dental Settings: A Meta-Analysis Comparing Saliva, Nasopharyngeal and Serum Specimens
Salivary Specimen in COVID-19 Testing for Dental Settings: A Meta-Analysis Comparing Saliva, Nasopharyngeal and Serum Specimens
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Written by Cristalle Soman   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
The Coronavirus Disease 2019(COVID-19) virus testing can be done using multiple specimen types, mainly nasopharyngeal, saliva, and serum. The nasopharyngeal swab (NPS) is a gold standard in COVID-19 testing and diagnosis but is often uncomfortable for the patient and requires professional expertise in sample collection. The rationale of this study was to evaluate saliva, nasopharyngeal, and serum detection of COVID-19 and compare saliva with other specimens in COVID-19 testing. Using PRISMA 2020
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Assessment of School Teachers' Awareness about Dental Trauma in Children at Riyadh City: Survey Study
Assessment of School Teachers' Awareness about Dental Trauma in Children at Riyadh City: Survey Study
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Written by Haneen Alshukairi   Published On Issue 1 Vol 12, 2024
Loss or displacement of teeth has an adverse effect on children's psychological health, function, and appearance. Approximately 25% of kids get dental injuries at school. Males are more likely than girls to be harmed than females are, and upper central incisors are the most often damaged teeth. TDIs are most often brought on by falls, sports, bicycling, and auto accidents. Children with Class II division 1 malocclusion, more overjet, and incompetent lips that do not shield the top front teet
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