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Dental research output in twittersphere
Twitter is a free online news and social networking and microblogging service where users post and interact with short message called “tweets” that can have a long-term influence on how re...
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A scientific forecast on dental research output within the next 20 years using exponential smoothing algorithm
Introduction: To report a scientific forecast of the number of published dental articles in the next 20 years. Materials and Methods: On October 12, 2016, to find all dental articles, Pu...
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N-acetylcysteine as a candidate therapeutic for recurrent aphthous and aphthous-like ulcers
Introduction: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is a painful ulcerative oral disease with a general population prevalence exceeding 20%. The etiology of RAS remains largely unknown, however, ...
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Original Research
Craniofacial and airway growth in 9–11 years old normal dental occlusion in Iranian adolescents: A longitudinal cephalometric study
Introduction: The present study was aimed to assess the amount and direction of growth in cranial base, jaws, and soft tissue of airway structures by cephalometric analysis in 9–11-years-...
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A possible explanation for tissue separation observed in histological sections after regenerative periodontal therapy
Introduction: Tissue separation after regenerative periodontal therapy is a common histological observation which is thought to be an artifact. However, several articles have indicated that it ...
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