Issue 3 Volume 12 (2024)

Studying the Impact of Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment on Glycosylated Hemoglobin Level in Non-Diabetic People
Studying the Impact of Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment on Glycosylated Hemoglobin Level in Non-Diabetic People
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Written by So-Hyun Son   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2024
Non-Surgical Periodontal Treatment (NSPT) is the first recommended approach to prevent periodontal infections. This study aimed to compare the HbA1c level in non-diabetic people with chronic periodontitis with people with healthy periodontium tissue. Also, in this study, the impact of NSPT on the blood sugar control of non-diabetic patients with chronic periodontitis was investigated. In this clinical trial study, patients were divided into two control and intervention groups. The intervention g
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Investigating the Impact of Vitamin D Deficiency on the Mouth, Jaw and Face: A Review Study
Investigating the Impact of Vitamin D Deficiency on the Mouth, Jaw and Face: A Review Study
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Written by João Botelho   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2024
Vitamin D is one of the steroid hormones that is mainly obtained from food and diet supplements and exposure to sunlight. This vitamin plays a vital role in bone turnover and calcium phosphate homeostasis and as a result the musculoskeletal system. In addition, vitamin D is important in the immune system. This research aimed to review the manifestations of vitamin D deficiency in the mouth, jaw, and face. In this review study, articles published in the English language between 2010 and 2024 were
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External Apical Root Resorption in Clear Aligner Vs. Fixed Orthodontic Appliances: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
External Apical Root Resorption in Clear Aligner Vs. Fixed Orthodontic Appliances: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
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Written by Mariam Varoneckaitė   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2024
The purpose of this study is to examine and compare the amount of external apical root resorption (EARR) in incisors observed after orthodontic treatment using fixed orthodontic appliances (FOA) or clear aligners (CAT). The systematic review was carried out adhering to PRISMA guidelines. The review included retrospective studies and randomized control trials, which performed 2D panoramic radiographs, periapical radiographs, and cone beam computed tomography to evaluate EARR levels in anterior te
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Intentional Replantation with Simultaneous Periapical Surgery- A Case Report with One Year of Follow-Up
Intentional Replantation with Simultaneous Periapical Surgery- A Case Report with One Year of Follow-Up
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Written by Afreen Jannath   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2024
Intentional replantation involves the purposeful extraction of a tooth, which is then reinserted back into its socket. It is considered one of the alternate options to be considered in the management of hopeless teeth presenting with advanced periodontal destruction in anterior teeth. Intentional replantation is generally opted for the management of endodontically reinfected teeth with good periodontal support and contraindicated in teeth with reduced periodontal support. The main advantage is t
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Recent Advances in Minimally Invasive Dentistry; A Narrative Review of the Literature
Recent Advances in Minimally Invasive Dentistry; A Narrative Review of the Literature
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Written by Mohammad Hashem Alqara   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2024
The ideal way to describe minimal invasive dentistry is to treat caries using a biological strategy as opposed to a conventional (surgical) operational dentistry strategy. In cases when surgical dentistry is necessary, treatment is now done as conservatively as possible, causing the least amount of damage to the tooth's structure. This novel method of managing carious lesions shifts the focus from identifying the lesions as cavities (and a recurring cycle of restorations) to identifying the
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Short Implant: A New Normal in Implant Dentistry-Review Article
Short Implant: A New Normal in Implant Dentistry-Review Article
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Written by Jokkin Jesima   Published On Issue 3 Vol 12, 2024
The dental implants have been successful, which has prompted study into methods to reduce surgical complexity and improve survival. Even in the most critical case, the use of implants has expanded as a result of advanced technology. Reduced bone height and volume as a result of bone resorption after tooth extraction renders implant placement difficult. In situations when the standard implants are not feasible, shorter implants have been proposed as an alternative. It's uncerta
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