International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews

  • Comparison Of Uvulo-Glosso-Pharyngeal Dimensions Between Different Vertical Skeletal Facial Patterns

    Comparison Of Uvulo-Glosso-Pharyngeal Dimensions Between Different Vertical Skeletal Facial Patterns Anuradha Rawat, Sanjeev Datana, SS Agarwal, Vishvaroop, SK Bhandari Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, Armed forces medical college, Pune, India Background: The relationship between pharyngeal airway and dentoskeletal structures have been reported in various studies. Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the uvuloglossopharyngeal dimensions in various vertical patterns in skeletal class I subjects. Methodology: The study sample consisted of pre-treatment Lateral cephalogram of 135 subjects (63…

  • Correlating Cranial Base Flexure And Posterior Cranial Base Length With Vertical Skeletal Patterns

    Correlating Cranial Base Flexure And Posterior Cranial Base Length With Vertical Skeletal Patterns Anuradha Rawat, Sanjeev Datana, SS Agarwal, Vishvaroop, SK Bhandari Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, Armed forces medical college, Pune, India Background: The cranial base has pivotal role in development of craniofacial structures. Both anterior and posterior cranial bases and the angle between the two affect the position of maxilla and mandible. Objectives: To evaluate the effect of cranial base angle and posterior cranial base length in…

  • A review on the performance of the proactive implant surface

    A review on the performance of the proactive implant surface Mazen A. Almasri Associate professor of oral maxillofacial surgery, King Abdulaiz University, Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia Objective: to review the performance of the proactive hydrophilic implant system in the implantology practice. Materials and methods: a thorough literature review took place by looking into pubmed and google scholar searching engines. A total number of 310 articles were found. The aim was to review the literature commenting on the clinical and microlevel…

  • Perceptions of Endodontic Treatment Outcomes Provided by Undergraduate Students and Endodontic Specialists

    Perceptions of Endodontic Treatment Outcomes Provided by Undergraduate Students and Endodontic Specialists Emilia Karova DMD, Assoc. Prof, PhD, Irina Tsenova DMD, Viktoria Petrova DMD, Alexander Bonchev, DMD, Violeta Dogandzhiyska, DMD, PhD Medical University – Sofia, Bulgaria, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Department of Conservative Dentistry Introduction: A growing interest from investigators and practitioners have been registered in assessing patients’ quality of life and satisfaction with effectiveness of provided dental care. Specific treatment-related satisfaction measures have been introduced to recognize individuals’ perceptions of…

  • A Simplified Method for Fabrication of Interim Prosthesis for Maryland Bridge

    A Simplified Method for Fabrication of Interim Prosthesis for Maryland Bridge Prateek Mishra and Lakshita Singh ESIC Dental College and Hospital, Rohini Sector 15, Delhi , India An edentulous space in the mandibular anterior region can produce a psychological impact on the young patient and is one of the most difficult esthetic challenges in dentistry. With the advent of resin cements , Maryland bridge are highly effective treatment option in these situations resulting in high levels of patient satisfaction. Provisional…

  • Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation (MIH): Estimating prevalence and characteristics among children of Pune, Maharashtra

    Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation (MIH): Estimating prevalence and characteristics among children of Pune, Maharashtra Dr Devashish1, Dr Sanjeev Datana, MDS (Orthodontics)2, Dr SS Agarwal, MDS (Orthodontics)3, Dr SK Bhandari, MDS (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery)4 1MDS (Pedodontics and preventive dentistry); 2Assoc Professor, Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, Armed forces medical college, Pune, India; 3Asst Professor, Department of Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics, Armed forces medical college, Pune, India; 4Professor, Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Armed forces medical college, Pune, India Background:…

  • Soft Tissue Cephalometric Changes in Class I Patients Treated with Extraction and Non Extraction Modalities

    Soft Tissue Cephalometric Changes in Class I Patients Treated with Extraction and Non Extraction Modalities Jeevan kumar.M1, Anoosha.M2, Padma priya .C.V3, Praveen kumar varma .D4, Goutham chakravarthy.v5 1. Post graduate student from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram. 2. Senior lecturer from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram. 3. Professor and head from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram. 4. Professor from the department of orthodontics, Vishnu dental college, bhimavaram. 5. Professor from the…

  • To evaluate the changes in Natural Head Position after Orthognathic surgeries in Class II patients and Class III patients

    To evaluate the changes in Natural Head Position after Orthognathic surgeries in Class II patients and Class III patients 1Dr Tejaswi J V, 2Dr PadmaPriya C V, 3Dr D Praveen Kumar Varma, 4Dr Anoosha M 1. Post graduate student, Department of Orthodontics, Vishnu Dental College, Andhra Pradesh. 2. Professor and Head, Department of Orthodontics, Vishnu Dental College, Andhra Pradesh. 3. Professor, Department of Orthodontics, Vishnu Dental College, Andhra Pradesh. 4. Senior lecturer, Department of Orthodontics, Vishnu Dental College, Andhra Pradesh….

  • Impact of primary endodontic treatment provided by undergraduate students and endodontic specialists on patients’ quality of life

    Impact of primary endodontic treatment provided by undergraduate students and endodontic specialists on patients’ quality of life Emilia Karova DMD, Assoc. Prof, PhD, Irina Tsenova DMD, Viktoria Petrova DMD, Alexander Bonchev, DMD, Violeta Dogandzhiyska, DMD, PhD Medical University – Sofia, Bulgaria, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Department of Conservative Dentistry Everyday life of individuals can be significantly influenced by positive and negative changes in oral health status, by symptoms and severity of oral disorders and diseases. The World Health Organization (WHO)…

  • Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans and Fusobacterium nucleatum prevalence correlates with salivary microbial burden in Orthodontic patients

    Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans and Fusobacterium nucleatum prevalence correlates with salivary microbial burden in Orthodontic patients Jason Klingler1, Karl Kingsley2* 1Department of Advanced Education in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthodopedics, University of Nevada, Las Vegas – School of Dental Medicine, 1700 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89106, USA; 2Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nevada, Las Vegas – School of Dental Medicine, 1001 Shadow Lane, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89106, USA Objectives: Many factors influence the presence and growth of oral microbial flora, including…