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British Dental Journal

Print ISSN
0007-0610
Electronic ISSN
1476-5373
Impact factor
1.06
Publisher
nature
URL
http://www.nature.com/bdj/
Usage rank
2582
Article count
15969
Free count
9727
Free percentage
0.609118
PDFs via platforms
Proquest, CSA, and Nature

  1. Effective assistance for periodontal treatment.
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    British Dental Journal 217(8):482 (2014) PMID 25342370

  2. Highly biocompatible restorations.
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    British Dental Journal 217(7):384 (2014) PMID 25303595

  3. Is periodontal disease a public health problem?

    British Dental Journal 217(8):405 (2014) PMID 25342346

    Clinically defined periodontal disease is highly prevalent, has considerable impacts on individuals and society and is costly to treat; the cost of dental care is the fourth highest costs of all diseases and consuming between 5 and 10% of all healthcare resources. Changes in the epidemiology of clin...
  4. An overview of systematic reviews of the use of systemic antimicrobials for the treatment of periodontitis.

    British Dental Journal 217(8):443 (2014) PMID 25342355

    Systemic antimicrobials have been used as an adjunctive therapy for the treatment of periodontitis. Nevertheless, it is unclear whether the use of antimicrobials may improve tooth survival in patients with periodontitis. The main objective of this overview of systematic reviews (SRs) with meta-analy...
  5. Looks like a flowable, behaves like a restorative.
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    British Dental Journal 217(6):318 (2014) PMID 25256996

  6. Launchpad relaunches as BDJ Student.
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    British Dental Journal 217(5):210 (2014) PMID 25213503

  7. Dentist-specific variation in diagnosis of caries - a multilevel analysis.
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    British Dental Journal 217(5):239 (2014) PMID 25213521

    Reassuring but possibly surprising; dentist variation in caries diagnosis is 'fairly low'.
  8. Training centre will teach fast and fixed implants.
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    British Dental Journal 217(5):254 (2014) PMID 25213531

  9. From the archive: grubs, fire bombs, India and a paper in the British Dental Journal.
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    British Dental Journal 217(5):216 (2014) PMID 25213515

  10. Summary of: general dental practitioners' perceptions of antimicrobial use and resistance: a qualitative interview study.

    British Dental Journal 217(5):240 (2014) PMID 25213525

    Dentists are responsible for 9-10% of all antibiotics dispensed in primary care in the UK, many of which may be provided contrary to clinical guidelines. Since antibiotic consumption has been identified as a major cause of antibiotic resistance, dental prescribing may be a significant contributor to...