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October-December  2019
Vol 10 | Issue 4

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Putting an end to ENDS (electronic nicotine delivery systems)
[INLINE:1] Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDSs; also called electronic cigarettes [e-cigarettes]), initially emerged in China in 2003, are the devices that do not burn or use tobacco leaves...
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An Indian dentist becomes the president of the American Dental Association
[INLINE:1] The Contemporary Clinical Dentistry congratulate Prof. Chad P. Gehani of New York University for confiscating responsibilities as The 156th President of The American Dental Association a...
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Comparative evaluation of three abutment–implant interfaces on stress distribution in and around different implant systems: A finite element analysis
Aim: This study was conducted to compare and evaluate the effect of three abutment–implant connections on stress distribution around three different implants under similar material prop...
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Review Article
mOral health in India: Current scenario and future perspectives
Oral diseases affect half of the world's population and found to be the most common and preventable noncommunicable diseases worldwide. The World Health Organization Oral Health Programme work p...
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Oral health status of middle-aged (45–55 Years) rural women: A cross-sectional study from North India
Aim: This study aimed to assess the oral hygiene practices and oral health status of middle aged (45–55 years) women residing in rural areas of Ambala district (Haryana). Materials a...
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