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October-December 2014 | Vol 5 | Issue 4

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Guest Editorial
Dental research needs a new way of thinking
It is characteristic for dental research that oral diseases of different kinds have been focus subjects for many years. We have gained a tremendous insight, specifically into oral diagnostics and trea...
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Systematic Review
Electronic apex locator: A comprehensive literature review — Part II: Effect of different clinical and technical conditions on electronic apex locator's accuracy
Introduction: To investigate the effects of different clinical and technical conditions on the accuracy of electronic apex locators (EALs). Materials and Methods: "Tooth apex," "dental i...
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Original Research
Force relaxation of 3/16 inch heavy orthodontic latex elastics used in maxillofacial trauma in simulated jaw fracture situation
Introduction: Orthodontic elastic has been investigated for tooth movement. Study about their use in treatment of jaw fractures is limited. This study is designed to measure force relaxation of...
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Original Hypothesis
An easy classification for dental cervical abrasions
Introduction: Tooth wear - attrition, abrasion, or erosion - are modern day problems for dentistry. It usually leads to discomfort and sensitivity especially during eating, drinking, or tooth b...
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Original Research
Is body mass index truly related to dental caries? Survey on predisposing factors for overweight among Indian school children
Introduction: Globally, non-communicable diseases are increasingly recognized as a major cause of morbidity and mortality. Among them, overweight and obesity are imperative. The problem of over...
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