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- Air Abrasion, Dental
- Anesthesia, Dental
- Dental Bonding
- Dental Care
- Dental Debonding
- Dental Equipment
- Dental Health Surveys
- Dental High-Speed Technique
- Dental Implantation
- Dental Models
- Dental Occlusion
- Dental Pins
- Dental Polishing
- Dental Stress Analysis
- Dentistry, Operative
- Diagnosis, Oral
- Electrogalvanism, Intraoral
Articles on Dentistry
[The quality of oral healthcare for edentulous individuals].
Fabricating removable complete dentures is a rather complicated treatment. The quality of the care delivered is broadly determined by 2 factors: the technical result and the way in which the individual patient experiences and evaluates the treatment. Healthcare professionals who carr...
Occupational hazards in dentistry.
Professional risk factors in dentistry may harm the dentist and the dental team. It is essential for the dentist to recognize these risk factors and protect against them. Among the various organs that are vulnerable in the dental situation are (in a nut-shell): The eyes, the ears, th...
Phosphorus-containing polymers: a great opportunity for the biomedical field.
This Review is focused on the growing interest brought to phosphorus-containing organic materials for applications in the biomedical field, mainly because of their properties such as biocompatibility, hemocompatibility, and protein adsorption resistance. It mainly describes relevant...
Educating future leaders of the oral health community.
Surgical training: is dabbling enough?
Future dentistry: cell therapy meets tooth and periodontal repair and regeneration.
We discuss the clonogenic potential of human dental and periodontal tissues such as the dental pulp and the PDL and their potential for tooth and periodontal repair and/or regeneration. We propose novel therapeutic approaches using stem cells or progenitor cells, which are targeted to regenerate the...
[Clean tasks for 2011].