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April-June 2017 | Vol 8 | Issue 2

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What can altmetrics tell us about interest in dental clinical trials?
Introduction Facing an increasing demand from funders and university administrators to demonstrate public and scholarly interest in their work, many dental researchers are turning to a...
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Original Research
Evaluation of a modified two-stage inferior alveolar nerve block technique: A preliminary investigation
Introduction: The two-stage technique of inferior alveolar nerve block (IANB) administration does not address the pain associated with “needle insertion” and “local anesthetic...
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Original Hypothesis
Cellular reduction and pulp fibrosis can be related not only to aging process but also to a physiologic static compression
Introduction: As the available space inside the tooth becomes smaller because of the continuous formation of secondary dentin, the pulp may suffer from a physiologic static compression. The ...
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Does absence or malformations of oral frenulae indicate orofacial developmental fields with dermatome abnormalities
Introduction: The frenulum labii superioros do not receive specific attention in the odontological clinic and in odontological research. Actual papers on oral frenulae focus on the morphology o...
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Potential causative role of involuntary mouth opening in temporomandibular disorders
Introduction: Bruxism has long been suspected as a cause of temporomandibular disorders (TMDs). However, the validity of conventional guidelines and treatment has been discussed since sometime....
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