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January-March 2016 | Vol 7 | Issue 1

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Person-environment (P-E) fit in dental practice
The person-environment (P-E) fit model arises from the the personality-job fit theory that proposed that a person's personality can determine one's adaptability in an organization and synergy within a...
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Systematic Review
Endothelial dysfunction and periodontitis: The role of inflammatory serum biomarkers
Introduction: Periodontitis is a local chronic inflammation with systemic consequences. Many disorders are associated with periodontitis such as diabetes, high-serum low-density lipoprotein (LD...
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Original Research
Effect of different levels of sharpness processing filter on the measurement accuracy of endodontic file length
Introduction: The present study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of different levels of sharpness processing filter on the accuracy of endodontic file length determination using digital pe...
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Original Hypothesis
Real-time monitoring of cariogenic bacteria via bioluminescent imaging: A biodontic hypothesis
Introduction: Dental caries (tooth decay) remains one of the most common chronic infectious disease in the world. Disclosure of camouflaged cariogenic bacteria will be a great motivation for be...
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Clinical Innovation
The method and device for thermoregulation and optimization of dental material's quality and working time
Introduction: No one can cast a shadow of doubt on the fact that temperature is a key element in dentistry. Temperature control enable dentists in a variety of clinical fields to perform more c...
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