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September-December 2015 | Vol 5 | Issue 3

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Plasma in Periodontics: Will the dream come true
Most of the people cannot even imagine that there exists a fourth state of matter other than liquids, solids, and gases known as "plasma," which is actually the most unusual and the most abund...
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Nanodentistry: A review of Literature
Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. Application of nanotechnology in the field of dentistry includes dental restorative materials, tooth reposition, tooth r...
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The shining star of the future in Dentistry: Tissue engineering
Tissue engineering is a field of engineering that aims to restore damaged tissues and organs. It is based on to integrate cells on specific natural or synthetic scaffolds with the specific signals. In...
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Dental complications of head and neck radiotherapy and their management: A review
In addition to anti-tumor effects, ionizing radiation causes damage to normal tissues located in the radiation portals. The complications of radiation treatment include mucositis, hyposalivation, loss...
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Use of Corticosteroids in third molar surgery: Review of literature
Surgical removal of impacted tooth is one of the common procedures done by oral and maxillofacial surgeons in their day-to-day practice. Surgical removal of impacted tooth produces swelling, pain, and...
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