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Volume 15 (2014)
Volume 14 (2013)
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Volume 11 (2011)
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Volume 8 (2007)
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Original Article
1. A Comparative Study of Coronal Microleakage of MTA and Gutta-percha in Short Roots Prepared for Post by Bacterial Penetration Technique

AA. Khademi; N. Shekarchizadeh Efahani

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 100-107

  Statement of Problems: Minimum length of the root end filling material and pulling out of gutta-percha during post space preparation is one of the complications of post insertion in the short root teeth.Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate the coronal leakage of Enterococcus Faecalis in ...  Read More

Original Article
2. Estimation of Mandibular Premolar Teeth Length and Mesiodistal Width Based on Panoramic Radiograph

S. Haghanifar; V. Arash; R. Nemati; A. Bijani

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 108-113

  Statement of Problem: In diagnostic studies of dentistry, estimation of the mesiodistal width of the unerupted teeth and the required space for their eruption in relation to the space analysis and evaluation of the root-crow ratio is of great importance.Purpose: This study aimed to evaluate the ratio ...  Read More

Original Article
3. Clinical Comparison of Root Length Measurements with Electronic Apex Locator and Conventional Radiography in Mandibular Deciduous Teeth

T. Eskandarian; S. Sahebi; F. Amirabadi; A. Alipour

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 114-119

  Statement of Problem: Success in pulpectomy of deciduous teeth greatly depends on the accuracy of root length measurements which have mostly been done radiographically. However, X-ray risks and patient cooperation have usually been a challenge for the clinicians.Purpose: The clinical comparison of root ...  Read More

Original Article
4. Prevalence of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma in a Group of Young and Old Iranian Patients

D. Sadri; A. Khodayari; S. Gharvan

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 120-126

  Statement and Problems: Oral malignant tumors are the eleventh most common malignancy in the world, the most common type of which is oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC).  It is typically seen in middle-aged to elderly men but it has recently been seen in young adults.Purpose: The aim of this study was ...  Read More

Original Article
5. Sealant Microleakage Evaluation of Three Common Fissure Preparation Methods

Sh. Javadinejad; D. Ghasemi Toodeshki; A. Salehi

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 127-132

  Statement of Problem: In order to decrease microleakage, several preparation methods and cleaning techniques are used on the tooth surface before sealant application has been advocated. These techniques are pumice prophylaxis, fissure enameloplasty, adhesive, laser and air abrasion.Purpose: The purpose ...  Read More

Original Article
6. Evaluation of the Relationship between Upper and lower Occlusal Plane with Ala-Tragus and Retromolar Pad

F. Bahrani; R. Derafshi; M. Houshyar

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 133-140

  Statement of Problem: Orientation of the occlusal plan in complete denture prostheses therapies plays an important role, leading to appropriate esthetics, stability and mastication.Purpose: The aim of the present study was to define the best soft tissue index, by which the location and inclination of ...  Read More

Original Article
7. In Vitro Evaluation of the Enamel Surface Hardness Reduction in Primary and Permanent Teeth Caused by Two Most Common Acidic Soft Drinks

A. Nozari; S. Mirbeigi; S. Dehghan Khalili

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 141-148

  Statement of Problem:  Dental erosion is defined as the loss of tooth substance by chemical processes not involving bacteria. Dental erosion has been found to be a common cause of tooth wear. Clinically apparent erosion has been found to be related to dietary factors such as the acid content of the ...  Read More

Original Article
8. A Comparative Evaluation of Senior Students of Dentistry and Dental Medical Doctors' Knowledge on Harvesting and Handling of Oral Biopsies

M. Zargaran; F. Baghaei; R. Musivand

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 149-155

  Statement of Problems: An oral biopsy is essential for definitive diagnosis of oral lesions, and for planning the appropriate treatment. Any fault that happens in biopsy procedures may result in diagnostic errors by pathologists. Thus, inadequate awareness of dentists and patients about biopsy is a significant ...  Read More

Review Article
9. An Update Review of Prophylactic Antibiotic in Dentistry

A. Javadzadeh Bolouri; A. Pakfetrat; A. Tonkaboni

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 156-169

  Despite the absence of any signs of infection in the oral cavity, all dentists and specialists should take prevention of infection and conditions leading to high risk infection into account. Antibiotic prophylaxis could inhibit or lessen the rate of such occurrences.The aim of this review was to describe ...  Read More

Short Communication
10. A Study of the Science Production in Dentistry Using Web of Science Database (2000-2009)

M. Serati Shirazi; M. Goltaji

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 170-173

  Statement of Problem: Science production in medical fields such as dentistry is of great significance. Science production can be appropriately directed through recognition of the most effective investigations, the most active institutions and countries in science production domain and also determining ...  Read More

Case Report
11. Fabrication of a Sectional Impression Tray and a Collapsible Removable Complete Denture in a Microstomia Patient: A Clinical Report

A. Ahmadzadeh; M. Ejlali; AH. Sarbazi; G. Alavi; R. Godazpour

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 174-179

  An abnormally small oral orifice is defined as microstomia which is caused by various factors like burning, scleroderma, etc. This disorder is difficult to treat due to the reduced oral opening. In particular, fabrication of removable prostheses is further complicated by tongue rigidity and the constant ...  Read More

Case Report
12. Congenial Insensitivity to Pain with Anhydroses (CIPA): A Case Report

F. Arbabi Kalati; A. Kazemi

Volume 12, Issue 2 , June 2011, Pages 180-183

  Introduction: Autonomic neuropathy is a rare disorder inherited as insensitivity to pain and temperature. It has been divided into five groups, the fourth of which named congenital insensitivity to pain with anhydrosis, (CIPA) is the most common type of this disorder. CIPA is a recessive inherited condition ...  Read More