Issue 2 Volume 9 (2021)

Treatment Of Oral Submucous Fibrosis With Lycopene, Beta-Carotene, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, And Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate Written by Kumar Nilesh   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
This study was carried out to examine the efficacy of multi-drug therapy with the combination of lycopene, betacarotene, zinc, selenium, copper, alpha-lipoic acid, and alpha-tocopheryl acetate in the management of oral submucous fibrosis. 46 patients with OSMF were divided into three categories; group 1 (inter-incisal opening >35 mm), group 2 (inter-incisal opening 25 to 35 mm), and group 3 (inter-incisal opening 15 to 25 mm). Inter-incisal distance and burning sensation (scored using the vis
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Parental Oral Health Education Through Social Media And Its Impact On Oral Health Of Children Written by Mohammed Almarshad   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
Parents play a vital role in developing and improving a sense of oral healthcare behavior among their children. Habits such as tooth brushing, mouth rinsing, and flossing have to be incorporated in children with the help of parents.This is an observational study, with the before and after effects of educational video. The first step was an examination of children to measure plaque index and oral hygiene index. The second step included sending pre-questionnaire and video links to parents on Whats
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Effect Of Oral Hygiene Practices On Dental Caries Risk Factors Among Adolescents Written by Heba Ashi   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
Oral hygiene practice is known for its significant importance in lowering dental caries risk. To assess the risk factors affecting dental caries, including gender and oral hygiene practices such as regular tooth brushing, use of fluoridated toothpaste, and use of mouthwash. This comparative cross-sectional study included 300 participants visiting a dental clinic in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. A questionnaire was used to assess demographic data and oral hygiene habits. Tests were conducted to measure s
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Study Of The Possibilities Of Using Augmented Reality In Dentistry Written by Maksalina Ikhvanovna Yusupova   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
Using augmented reality glasses with the HoloDoctor program for implantological treatment, a new method of simulating implantological and surgical treatment in the maxillofacial region demonstrated good visualization of the anatomical features of the implant placement area, the possibility for the surgeon to carefully study the intervention area before the operation, performing surgery in the conditions of the real anatomy of the patient including the use of navigation in augmented reality, whic
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Outcomes Of Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy By Undergraduate Dental Students At King Saud University, A Longitudinal Study Written by Aljoharah Abdullah Alsinaidi   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
This study aimed to assess the outcomes of nonsurgical therapy of chronic periodontitis patients performed by undergraduate dental students at King Saud University. Subjects who were >18 years old and had severe or moderate chronic periodontitis were eligible for the study. 33 patients constituted the study sample and received nonsurgical periodontal therapy by undergraduate students who were supervised by experienced periodontists. At reevaluation and maintenance visits, the mean values of p
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Fracture Force Evaluation, Deflection, And Toughness On Three Repaired Injection Molded Pmma Denture Base Resins Written by Arun K Ch Sivakala   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
To date, the management of fractured dentures made from high-impact acrylic polymers is challenging. Hence this study is aimed to evaluate fracture force, toughness, and deflection on three types of repaired injection-molded polymethyl methacrylate thermoplastic denture base resins. In this in-vitro study, the sample size was estimated to 20 samples per group (group A, B, and C) using G*power 3.0.10 software with power 80% and alpha error of 5%. So, a total of 60 high-impact injection-molded acr
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Dental Students And Dentists’ Awareness In Handling Pediatric Patients Having Systematic Diseases In Riyadh Written by Amirah Nidhal Almisfer   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
It is a well-known fact that maintenance of oral health is a particularly important aspect to have a good general health and having a better quality of life. The oral cavity can be responsible for showing the symptoms of the systemic disease and maybe affected by the same, thus it can help in raising an early alarm. This is a cross-sectional study performed among the dental students and dentists in Riyadh using an online survey. Dental universities, hospitals and clinics in Riyadh were contacted
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Validation Of Diagnostic Efficiency Of Digital Panoramic Radiographs In Predicting Osteoporosis By Female Undergraduate Students Written by Cristalle Soman   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
Decrease in bone density, severe pain, and often associated with an increased risk of fractures are factors that define osteoporosis as a disease. Studies worldwide have revealed that a high relationship between the development of osteoporosis and the density of the bone can be assessed using 2D radiographs that are used in dentistry from the mandibular bone analysis. Thus, in identifying patients at risk for the development of osteoporosis or detecting early osteoporosis, dental radiographs mig
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The Considerations Of Mandibular Incisor Extraction In Orthodontic Treatment: A Systematic Review Written by Nancy Ajwa   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
In orthodontics, extraction remains a controversial and multidisciplinary choice. In some instances, the understanding of the treatment outcomes and relapse rate has its importance. However, different literature needs to be assessed on the effectiveness of mandibular incisal extraction (MIE) among non-growing patients as an alternative treatment modality. This review was done following a particular focus question: "Is mandibular incisor extraction being a common choice in orthodontic treatment p
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Phytoadaptogenic Cocktail Use "Biorithm-E" In The Complex Treatment Of Odontogenic Inflammatory Diseases Of The Maxillofacial Region Written by Galina A Kotsoeva   Published On Issue 2 Vol 9, 2021
Over the past decades in Russia, the most common form of proinflammatory diseases of the maxillofacial region (MFO) has remained odontogenic inflammatory diseases, accounting for 26% of the total number of inflammatory diseases. The question of the diagnosis and treatment of abscesses and phlegmons, leading to a large number of formidable complications, remains quite relevant. The development of new approaches in the treatment of inflammatory diseases with the use of phytoadoptogenic was the aim
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