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Original Article
Evaluation of Histologic Changes of Human Dental Pulp Following Orthodontic Extrusive and Intrusive Forces
1. Evaluation of Histologic Changes of Human Dental Pulp Following Orthodontic Extrusive and Intrusive Forces

BA. Ramazanzadeh; AA. Sahafian; N. Mohtasham; N. Hassanzadeh; MT. Shakeri

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 270-279

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Understanding the effects of orthodontic force on the pulp is of particular interest, especially because altered pulpal respiration rate, secondary dentin formation, ...  Read More
Original Article
An In-vitro Comparative Study of Sealing Ability of Pro Root MTA and Portland cement in Furcation Perforations
2. An In-vitro Comparative Study of Sealing Ability of Pro Root MTA and Portland cement in Furcation Perforations

A. Atbaei; S. Sahebi; F. Moazzami; M. Afsa

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 280-285

Abstract
  Statement of problem: Root perforation is a procedural error that can have a profound effect on treatment prognosis. Treatment prognosis is dependent on the prevention or the treatment ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparison of Dimensional Changes and Water Absorption of Three Acrylic Resins Used for Provisional Fixed Restorations
3. Comparison of Dimensional Changes and Water Absorption of Three Acrylic Resins Used for Provisional Fixed Restorations

Sh. Lawaf; A. Azizi; H. Sabzevari

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 286-292

Abstract
  Statement of problem: Autoploymerized acrylic resins are used for construction of fixed provisional restorations. The linear polymerization shrinkage and water absorption are the critical ...  Read More
Original Article
Effect of Surface Treatment on the Retention of an Intra Canal Post
4. Effect of Surface Treatment on the Retention of an Intra Canal Post

MJ. Moghaddas; M. Akbari; N. Sarabi

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 293-298

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Prefabricated posts have recently become more popular due to their satisfactory results while saving time and reducing costs. Glass-fiber prefabricated posts were ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparison of the Effect of Four Non-Metal Posts on Fracture Resistance of Endodontically Treated Teeth Restored with Composite
5. Comparison of the Effect of Four Non-Metal Posts on Fracture Resistance of Endodontically Treated Teeth Restored with Composite

E. Jalalian; S. Nikooie; S. Shams; S. Jomehri

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 299-308

Abstract
  Statement of problem: The fracture resistance of the root canal is mainly associated to the kind of the post used for treatment, and studies indicate that there are still different ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparison of the Mesiodistal Tooth Width between Skeletal Cl I and Cl III Malocclusions in an Iranian Population
6. Comparison of the Mesiodistal Tooth Width between Skeletal Cl I and Cl III Malocclusions in an Iranian Population

HR. Fattahi; F. Nasiri; S. Zavareeian

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 309-315

Abstract
  Statement of Problems: Tooth size is correlated to gender, race, arch alignment, and malocclusion type. Correct tooth size relationship between the maxillary and mandibular teeth is ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of Different Light Curing Modes on Microleakage of Composite Restorations
7. The Effect of Different Light Curing Modes on Microleakage of Composite Restorations

S. Nemati Anaraki; Y. Hajighasemi

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 316-321

Abstract
  Statement of problem: One of the major problems in composite restorations is polymerization shrinkage leading to microleakage, hypersensitivity, recurrent carries, pulpal inflammation, ...  Read More
Original Article
The Modified AgNOR Staining in Diagnosis of Benign and Malignant Salivary Gland Tumors
8. The Modified AgNOR Staining in Diagnosis of Benign and Malignant Salivary Gland Tumors

A. Andisheh Tadbir; MJ. Ashraf; MA. Ketabi

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 322-329

Abstract
  Statement of problem: Salivary gland neoplasms show varied histological and biological characteristics, and there may be difficulty in differentiating between low grade malignancies ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of One-bottle Adhesive on Microleakage of Filled and Unfilled Fissure Sealants
9. The Effect of One-bottle Adhesive on Microleakage of Filled and Unfilled Fissure Sealants

S. Tavasoli Hojati; S. Souri

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 330-336

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: One of the factors leading to failure of sealant therapy is microleakage. Various materials and methods have been recommended in order to reduce this phenomenon. ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of Aspirin on Bleeding on Probing in Patients with Gingivitis
10. The Effect of Aspirin on Bleeding on Probing in Patients with Gingivitis

N. Ayobiyan; N. Afsar

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 337-342

Abstract
  Statement of Problems: Bleeding on probing is widely used for diagnosis and screening of periodontal diseases, evaluation of treatment outcome, and determination of the development ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of Phase I Periodontal Treatment on Salivary Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) Level
11. The Effect of Phase I Periodontal Treatment on Salivary Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST) Level

S. Sadatmansouri; M. Ghasemi; S. Fekri

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 343-347

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Due to the significant correlation between salivary AST activity and periodontal disease, AST activity can be used as a useful marker for monitoring of the periodontal ...  Read More
Original Article
The Relation of Dentists Job Burnout with their General Health, Demographic and Personality Characteristics
12. The Relation of Dentists Job Burnout with their General Health, Demographic and Personality Characteristics

Sh. Toubaei; M. Daghighafkar; H. Haghshenas

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 348-355

Abstract
  Statement of Problems: Job burnout is a result of frequent and constant physical and mental stress in a long time. Dentistry is one of the most stressful jobs in the field of medicine. ...  Read More
Short Communication
Evaluation of the Students’ Attitude and Satisfaction of Educational Situation in Shiraz Dental School
13. Evaluation of the Students’ Attitude and Satisfaction of Educational Situation in Shiraz Dental School

D. Amanat; Sh. Momeni Danaei; N. Amanat

Volume 10, Issue 4 , December 2010, Pages 356-360

Abstract
  Statement of problem: Awareness of clinical dental students’ points of view about the educational situation of different departments will help faculty members and those in charge ...  Read More