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July-September 2014 | Vol 5 | Issue 3

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Editorial
Expanding the scope of dental practice into biodontics
Background When the history of the dental profession for the last decade of the twentieth century is written, the name Harold Slavkin will no doubt be singled out as he has been a driving force pulli...
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Systematic Review
Electronic apex locator: A comprehensive literature review - Part I: Different generations, comparison with other techniques and different usages
Introduction: To compare electronic apex locators (EAL) with others root canal determination techniques and evaluate other usage of this devices. Materials and Methods: "Tooth apex," "De...
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Original Research
Temporomandibular joint ankylosis: Case-series of two different surgical procedures
Introducation: The long-term outcome and clinical results of gaparthroplasty used for the treatment of condylar ankylosis of the mandible in children with application of postoperative activator...
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ORIGINAL HYPOTHESIS
Mechanical vibration may be a novel adjuvant approach to promoting stability and retention following orthodontic treatment
Introduction: Orthodontic tooth movement occurs as a consequence of paradental tissue remodeling in response to applied mechanical forces. Retention is a necessary procedure to prevent relapse ...
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Original Research
Stress analysis of different prosthesis materials in implant-supported fixed dental prosthesis using 3D finite element method
Introduction: In the present study, the finite element method (FEM) was used to investigate the effects of prosthesis material types on stress distribution of the bone surrounding implants and ...
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