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January-March  2017
Vol 8 | Issue 1

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Editorial
New hope in fight against sickle cell anemia?
Sickle cell disease affects billions of people throughout the world and is particularly common among those whose descendants came from Sub-Saharan Africa; Spanish-speaking regions in the Western Hem...
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Guest Editorial
Interprofessional education: A reform plan for collaborative
Background Health-care professionals come across several situations on a routine basis, wherein the lack of collaboration between different health professions is apparent. The focus ...
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Guest Editorial
Peeling back the onion: An outsider's observations
I recently had the honor and pleasure to participate as a speaker at a conference in Punjab state and met with the leaders and members of the Indian Dental Association (IDA), Amritsar branch, and th...
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Guest Editorial
Worldwide use of triclosan: Can dentistry do without this antimicrobial?
In recent years, as our understanding of germs has grown, we have made great strides in preventing disease. While our immune system is strong enough to defend against most bacteria, the occasional m...
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Review Article
Prevention and treatment of white spot lesions in orthodontic patients
Decalcification of enamel, appearing as white spot lesions (WSLs), around fixed orthodontic appliances is a major challenge during and after fixed orthodontic treatment by considering the fact that ...
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