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Original Article
p53 and Bcl-2 Expression in Oral Verrucous Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma
1. p53 and Bcl-2 Expression in Oral Verrucous Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Sh. Saghafi; S. Amoueian; R. ZareMahmoodAbadi; J. Salehinejad; AA. Shahabnia

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 268-274

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Verrucous carcinoma (VC) is a rare type of squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). These two lesions have many biological and clinical differences and proper diagnosis ...  Read More
Original Article
A Comparison of the Effect of Farmentin and Amoxicilin-Metronidazole Combination in Treatment of Moderate Chronic Periodontitis
2. A Comparison of the Effect of Farmentin and Amoxicilin-Metronidazole Combination in Treatment of Moderate Chronic Periodontitis

N. Jenabian; L. Daftari

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 275-281

Abstract
  Statement of Problems: Amoxicillin–Metronidazole in conjunction with mechanical therapy such as scaling and root planning (SRP) is an effective adjunctive method for treatment of ...  Read More
Original Article
A Comparative Study of the Effect of two Bonding Agents on the Shear Bond Strength of the Repaired Composite Restorations
3. A Comparative Study of the Effect of two Bonding Agents on the Shear Bond Strength of the Repaired Composite Restorations

M. Sadaghiani; S. Basir Shabestari; H. Kazemi Yazdi; F. Saghafi; AR. Farahani

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 282-288

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: One of the major problems in old composite filling reconstruction is creating powerful bond strength between the existing composite and the new composite filling. ...  Read More
Original Article
Success of Pulpotomy with MTA in Permanent Human Molar Teet
4. Success of Pulpotomy with MTA in Permanent Human Molar Teet

A. Khayat; L. Safi; MR. Jouyandeh

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 289-296

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Preservation and maintenance of pulpal vitality is the main objective in endodontics. A recently developed material, mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA), is recommended ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of Chamfer and Shoulder Marginal Designs on the Fracture Resistance of all Ceramic Restorations, Inceram
5. The Effect of Chamfer and Shoulder Marginal Designs on the Fracture Resistance of all Ceramic Restorations, Inceram

E. Jalalian; N. Sadat Aletaha

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 297-302

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: One of the major problems of the all ceramic restorations is their probable fracture against the occlusal force. However, there is not enough information about ...  Read More
Original Article
The Effect of Different Water Rinsing Times on the Free Surface Energy of the Dentin Cut Using a Suggested Coolant
6. The Effect of Different Water Rinsing Times on the Free Surface Energy of the Dentin Cut Using a Suggested Coolant

SM. Moazzami; H. Orafaie; L. Rezaei-Soufi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 303-308

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Free surface energy of substrate is an important factor for adhesion. High free surface energy results in increased wetness  and better adhesion.Purpose: The ...  Read More
Original Article
In Vitro Comparison of Microleakage of four Different Luting Cements for Cementation of Stainless Steel Crowns in the Primary Teeth
7. In Vitro Comparison of Microleakage of four Different Luting Cements for Cementation of Stainless Steel Crowns in the Primary Teeth

M. Memarpour; M. Mesbahi; G. Rezvani; M. Rahimi

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 309-315

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: One of the complications in reconstruction of the primary teeth with stainless steel crowns (SSC) is microleakage at the crowns' margins. Luting cement that can ...  Read More
Original Article
Prevalence of Tooth Ankylosis and its Related Factors among School Children in Mashhad
8. Prevalence of Tooth Ankylosis and its Related Factors among School Children in Mashhad

H. Nematollahi; R. Sahebalam

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 316-324

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Ankylosis of the primary teeth in the mixed dentition leads to dental arch circumference reduction and postpones the eruption of the successor teeth. To the best ...  Read More
Original Article
Comparison of Two Methods of Light Curing on the Microleakage of Class V Resin Composite Restorations
9. Comparison of Two Methods of Light Curing on the Microleakage of Class V Resin Composite Restorations

AR. Daneshkazemi; AR. Davari; M. Mousavinasab; F. Dastjerdi; A. Yaghobi Hamgini

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 325-334

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Because dental restorations are time consuming, dental material manufacturers make an attempt to discover new methods for rapidity and increasing the quality of ...  Read More
Original Article
Assessment of the Dentists' Knowledge and Practice on Post-exposure Prophylaxis of HIV
10. Assessment of the Dentists' Knowledge and Practice on Post-exposure Prophylaxis of HIV

S. Mosharrafian; M. Hashemipour; R. Afzali Nasab

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 335-342

Abstract
  Statement of Problem: Disease causing factors transferred by the blood are the main job related problems to which the health workers are confronted in medical centers. This is an urgent ...  Read More
Case Report
Adenomatoid Hyperplasia of Minor Salivary Glands; The First Case Report in Iran
11. Adenomatoid Hyperplasia of Minor Salivary Glands; The First Case Report in Iran

M. Moradzadeh Khiavi; S. Vosough Hoseini; S. Saravani

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 343-346

Abstract
  Adenomatoid hyperplasia is a rare lesion of the minor salivary glands characterized by localized swelling that mimics a neoplasm. The pathogenesis of adenomatoid hyperplasia is uncertain. ...  Read More
Case Report
Langerhance Cell Histiocytosis with Primary Oral Manifestations; A case study
12. Langerhance Cell Histiocytosis with Primary Oral Manifestations; A case study

P. Ghalyani; N. Sarrafan; S. Pishva

Volume 11, Issue 4 , December 2011, Pages 347-352

Abstract
  Introduction: Histiocytosis of the langerhans cell is a rare disorder with unknown etiology and a spectrum of disorders characterized by proliferation of the histiocyte-like cells. ...  Read More