Issue 2 Volume 12 (2024)

Studying the Knowledge and Behavior of Parents in Dealing with Children's Dental Injuries
Studying the Knowledge and Behavior of Parents in Dealing with Children's Dental Injuries
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Written by T. Cantile   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
Among the most common dental problems in children, we can mention dental injuries that have a significant effect on the child's mental and physical health. Considering the special role of parents in this case, their awareness of emergency measures has a significant effect on the prognosis of this issue. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the knowledge and performance of parents in dealing with children's dental injuries. In this cross-sectional descriptive study, standard q
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Metaverse in Dentistry: Assessment of Knowledge Regarding its Application among Dental Students and Dental Professionals
Metaverse in Dentistry: Assessment of Knowledge Regarding its Application among Dental Students and Dental Professionals
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Written by Anoushka Chauhan   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
The metaverse, a convergence of digital technologies is reshaping various industries and holds significant potential to revolutionize dentistry. The study aimed to appraise the knowledge, understanding, and awareness of dental students and professionals regarding the application of the metaverse in dental practice. A cross-sectional study was administered to gather insights from both dental students and professionals, evaluating their familiarity with metaverse technologies such as XR, Blockchai
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An Interdisciplinary Means to the Management of Complex Dental Conditions
An Interdisciplinary Means to the Management of Complex Dental Conditions
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Written by Abeer Abdullah Al-Sunbul   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
Interdisciplinary collaboration and careful treatment planning are needed to manage complex dental conditions. This case report describes the comprehensive treatment of a 27-year-old Saudi man with high caries risk factors, missing teeth, carious lesions, super-erupted teeth, and substandard root canal treatments. Key points include; Preventive therapy, evaluation of tooth restorability, extraction of hopeless teeth, diet analysis, Restoration of carious teeth, endodontic therapy, and pre-prosth
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A Study of the Relationship between Diet and Obesity with Dental Caries in Children
A Study of the Relationship between Diet and Obesity with Dental Caries in Children
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Written by Amit Arora-   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
One of the most common infectious diseases related to nutrition is tooth decay. In this study, the relationship between diet and obesity with tooth decay in children was investigated. This descriptive-analytical study was conducted on children. Tooth decay was determined by the DMFT index. Also, BMI (Body Mass Index) was used to evaluate obesity, and a semi-quantitative FFQ (Food Frequency Questionnaire) was utilized to evaluate food intake. The results showed that the frequency of caries index
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Aromatherapy Versus Conscious Sedation Evaluation in Reducing Dental Anxiety in Pediatric Dental Patients
Aromatherapy Versus Conscious Sedation Evaluation in Reducing Dental Anxiety in Pediatric Dental Patients
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Written by Dinesh Kumar   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
Recent research has sparked a discussion over the best ways to treat young children with caries in their primary dentition. When children usually fear injections and the dental environment, there is a need to ensure that they have a smooth dental experience. Therefore the study aims to differentiate the effect of aromatherapy and conscious sedation in reducing dental anxiety among children undergoing extraction. This randomized clinical trial was conducted in a private dental college for patient
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Factors Affecting the Prognosis of Dental Implants; A Systematic Review
Factors Affecting the Prognosis of Dental Implants; A Systematic Review
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Written by Lara Ghassan Hasan Odeh   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
Since Branemark's debut in the 1970s, dental implants have gained popularity as a therapy option for rehabilitating lost teeth. This treatment option has its drawbacks, too, since prior studies have shown that dental implant failure rates may range from 1% to 19%. Depending on when the abutment was connected, these failures could be categorized as early or late failures: early failures happened before functional loading was applied, and late failures happened after occlusal loading was appli
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Healing of Post-Extraction Alveolar Defects by Primary and Secondary Intention: A Systematic Literature Review
Healing of Post-Extraction Alveolar Defects by Primary and Secondary Intention: A Systematic Literature Review
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Written by Razukevicius Dainius   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
The alveolar ridge undergoes dimensional changes post-tooth extraction. Studies aim to minimize bone loss and complications by exploring methods to preserve bone height, width, and keratinized tissues. This literature review assesses how primary and secondary intention healing influences alveolar ridge dimensions and bone tissue histomorphometry. Following PRISMA guidelines, a literature search was conducted in PubMed, Cochrane Library, and ScienceDirect databases. This systematic review encompa
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Prevalence of Intra-Osseous Jaw Lesions in Paediatric Population: A Single-Centre Retrospective Study
Prevalence of Intra-Osseous Jaw Lesions in Paediatric Population: A Single-Centre Retrospective Study
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Written by Pavithra Jayasankar   Published On Issue 2 Vol 12, 2024
The prevalence of intra-osseous jaw lesions differs in various populations; it remains a major concern for dentists and oral surgeons. Jawbones can be afflicted by a varied group of lesions and can present in diverse clinical patterns, hence adequate knowledge of the clinical and demographic characteristics of these lesions is necessary for the early detection and management. Hence, this study was designed to analyze the prevalence of intra-osseous jaw lesions in the pediatric population. The hi
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