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October-December  2016
Vol 7 | Issue 4

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Editorial
Eco-friendly green dentistry: The future of dentistry?
Holistic dentistry also called the natural dentistry, unconventional dentistry, progressive dentistry, or biocompatible dentistry is the same discipline of harmonizing and is a progressi...
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Guest Editorial
Learned helplessness
Helplessness is a state in which nothing a person opts to do affects what is happening. It is the quitting or the give up response that follows the conviction that whatever a person does d...
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Original Article
Determination of sexual dimorphism in humans by measurements of mandible on digital panoramic radiograph
Background: Identification of sex is the first step in forensic science obtained from skeletal remains. Mandible, being a strong bone that is difficult to damage and disintegrate, is an impor...
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A retrospective study to compare improvement of implant maintenance by Medical Treatment Model
Background: Study comparing the improvement of implant maintenance is limited. Clinicians must be aware of implant maintenance to improve long-term success of implant. Aims: The aim of...
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Original Article
Comparative evaluation of efficacy of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, maleic acid, and dimercaptosuccinic acid against the combination of these with sodium hypochlorite for removal of smear layer: An in vitro scanning electron microscope study
Context: The effect of dimercaptosuccinic acid (DMSA) and maleic acid (MA) when used alone on smear layer has been evaluated with mixed results, but their effect when combined with sodium hyp...
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