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July-September  2017
Vol 8 | Issue 3

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Trivial molecules may prevent or hamper tooth decay: A potential voyaged?
In University of Alabama at Birmingham, the researchers have created a small molecule that prevents or obstructs dental caries (tooth cavities) in a preclinical archetypal. The inhibitor b...
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Guest Editorial
Challenges of dental care for children with microcephaly carrying Zika congenital syndrome
Zika virus (family Flaviviridae) is an arbovirus, initially isolated in Rhesus monkeys in the Zika forest, located in Uganda, Africa, in 1947 and transmitted by mosquitoes of the genus Aed...
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Original Article
Effectiveness of behavioral vaccine on the oral health of children in Komarapalayam, South India: A randomized controlled pilot trial
Background: Oral health education and promotion have emerged as a strong force against the traditional, dominant, and curative model of health practice. In pediatric dentistry, the utilization ...
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Review Article
Use of temporalis fascia flap in the treatment of temporomandibular joint ankylosis: A clinical audit of 5 years
Aim: Restoration of normal function and jaw movements in patients with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) ankylosis has been a challenge. Various techniques have been provided for its treatment; but...
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Original Article
Cervical dentin changes in curved root canals after using Waveone and Reciproc files with full rotation versus reciprocation movement: An ex vivo study
Aim: The aim of the current study was to compare the effect of WaveOne and Reciproc files in reciprocation versus reverse full rotation movements on cervical dentin thickness by virtue of cone ...
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