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January-March 2014 | Vol 5 | Issue 1

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How a unique collaboration between dental companies and dental schools solved an educational program in 21 st century dentistry
Background In the first decade of the 21 st century, computer-based equipment and implant restorative technologies rapidly entered dental practice but unfortunately not dental schools....
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Helicobacter pylori-possible role as biomarker for oral cancer
Oral cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in Indian men and is the leading cause of cancer deaths. Amongst other causes infections with Helicobacter pylori is an emerging cause of oral sq...
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Possible use of calcifying nanoparticles in immature root apex treatment
Introduction: There are reports in the literature, which describe different techniques and materials in the challenging management of thin dentin walls and immature root apex. It has been sugge...
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A possible etiology for the dilaceration and flexion of permanent tooth roots relative to bone remodeling gradients in alveolar bone
Introduction: Trauma, altered tooth germ position and delayed tooth eruption have been hypothesized as possible causes of tooth root dilacerations and flexion, however these anatomical variatio...
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Mixing MTA with phosphate buffered solution can improve its physical properties and increase favorable outcome
Introduction: Encountering environmental situations that have an adverse effect on the properties of Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) is inevitable and unfortunately common. In many cases MTA d...
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