Volume 20 (2019)
Volume 19 (2018)
Volume 18 (2017)
Volume 17 (2016)
Volume 16 (2015)
Volume 15 (2014)
Volume 14 (2013)
Volume 13 (2012)
Volume 12 (2011)
Volume 11 (2011)
Volume 10 (2010)
Volume 9 (2009)
Volume 7 (2006)
Volume 6 (2005)
Volume 5 (2004)
Volume 4 (2003)
Volume 3 (2002)
Volume 2 (2000)
Volume 1 (1999)
Original Article
1. Oral Ulcers in Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy; Clinical Characteristics and Their Relation with Herpes Simplex Virus Type I

M. Hashemipour; M. Rad; B. Kalantari; M. Ahmadinejad; E. Afsharipour; M. Pour Hosseinali; N. Maddahian

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 1-12

  Statement of Problem: Several studies have shown that herpes simplex infection is the most prevalence etiologic factor for oral ulcers in patients under chemotherapy, and in leukemia.Purpose: The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical characteristics of oral ulcers and their relation with ...  Read More

Original Article
2. Effect of Two Mouth-rinses on the Surface Hardness of Two Types of Direct and Indirect Composites

F. Sharaffedin; L. Rahnama

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 13-22

  Statement of problem: Mouth-rinses may soften composite restorations even when the composite is light cured or heat treated. The use of certain mouth-rinses may have less adverse effect on composite restorations.Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of alcoholic and non alcoholic ...  Read More

Original Article
3. Evaluation of Enamel Surface Damage Following Use of Two Different Adhesive Resins and Debonding Pliers; a Stereomicroscopic Study

P. Salehi; HR. Pakshir; A. Nourafshan; N. Naseri

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 23-35

  Statement of problem: At the final stage of fixed orthodontic treatment, the debonding process has high potential in causing enamel damages especially enamel cracks. Thus, the investigation on the effective factors involves in the amount of enamel damages including the type of resin and the method used ...  Read More

Original Article
4. Comparison of One versus Two Appointments Endodontic Therapy on Healing of Periapical Lesions in Dogs, Teeth

M. Aminolzarian; M. Razavi; L. Ebrahimi

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 36-44

  Statement of Problems: Apical periodontitis is caused by bacteria within root canals. Logically, the treatment of apical periodontitis should be directed to the removal of the cause, i.e bacterial eradication. The best procedure for disinfection is canal debridement and irrigation during the first appointment, ...  Read More

Original Article
5. In Vitro Comparison of Load Activation Rate of a Designed Screw with Other Common Expansion Screws

M. Oshagh; Sh. Momeni Danaei; MR. Hematian; MR. Oshagh; A. Hadiun Zade; AA. Saboori

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 45-53

  Statement of problem: Expansion screws such as Hyrax and Hass have high load-activation rate and their force system is somehow far from ideal for moving teeth. Hence, activation of such screws produces heavy forces that decay rapidly. Also, rapid reactivation of the appliance has the potential of damaging ...  Read More

Original Article
6. Effect of Herbal and Chemical Mouth-rinses on Periodontal Indices; Comparison of Matrica, Persica and Chlorhexidine

M. Chitsazi; A. Shirmohammadi; E. Balayi

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 54-60

  Statement of Problem: Due to the limitations of mechanical plaque control methods, the use of chemical methods have been recommended, and Chlorhexidine has been shown to be the gold standard mouth-rinse.Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare the effect of two herbal mouth-rinses with each other, ...  Read More

Original Article
7. Effect of Oral Contraceptive Pill on the Amount of Unstimulated Saliva in Females

A. Azizi; Sh. Lawaf; E. Mohamadi

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 61-65

  Statement of Problem: Salivary glands secrete a liquid known as saliva which plays an important role in oral homeostasis. Quantitative and qualitative variation in salivary secretion can cause dental caries and periodontal disease. The decrease of saliva may be caused by some diseases and drugs such ...  Read More

Original Article
8. Mandibular Incisive Canal in Panoramic View

Sh. Shahidi; B. Zamiri; Sh. Roosta; A. Haghnegahdar

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 66-75

  Statement of problem: One of the anatomic structures in mental interforaminal area is mandibular incisive canal (MIC). Due to the lack of sufficient emphasis in anatomic texts and limited ability of conventional radiographies to depict it, this structure is not fully recognized or considered by dentists ...  Read More

Original Article
9. Sialochemistry of Parotid, and Assessment of Dental Caries Rate and Gingivitis in Patients with Major Thalassemia

H. Abdolsamadi; P. Torkzaban; M. Hosseini

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 76-81

  Statement of Problem: Systemic consequences of major thalassemia (MT), can induce some changes in saliva chemistry, and increase dental caries, as well as gingivitis in patients.Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare the sialochemistry of saliva, state of dental caries, and gingivitis in MT patients ...  Read More

Case Report
10. An up to Seven Years Follow-up of a Telescopic Implant-Supported Fixed Partial Denture

K. Torabi

Volume 8, Issue 4 , December 2008, Pages 82-88

  In this article, a telescopic implant- supported fix partial denture, and its seven years follow-up is reported. A 42 years old lady with edentulous free end space in the right quadrant of her lower jaw was refferd for construction of implant supported prosthesis. After implant insertion and osseointegration, ...  Read More