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Etiology   Dentin hypersensitivity (DH) is defined as diminutive and sharp pain which arises from exposed dentin surface in reaction to a stimulus of...


Poor oral hygiene has been implicated in the development of aspiration pneumonia in frail patients. In fact inadequate oral care can cause colonisation of...


Root caries results from the dissolution of minerals in dentine by the acids produced by bacteria, since dentine have a much lower mineral content when compared...


Incipient caries lesions (ILs) around the surfaces of banded or bonded teeth are a common orthodontic problem. Current literature indicates that this is...


Good hygiene practices are universally recognized essential factors for oral health, and flossing is considered an indispensable part of an effective oral...


The pits and fissures at the occlusal surfaces of molars are retentive areas for food debris and dental plaque and are at an increased risk for development of...


Aim of the study was to detect a possible association between the objectively determined quality of oral hygiene and the presence of oral HPV.   MATERIALS AND METHODS In this...


The consumption of carbonated drinks is associated with tooth wear, but for other foods and acidic drinks literature data are still controversial. Moreover, not much...


INTRODUCTION Every year, 32 million children are born prematurely or too young for their gestational age (Lee et al., 2013). Several risk factors for preterm birth...


Dental caries and periodontal disease are the most prevalent chronic diseases both in children and adult. To reduce and avoid their onset and development, it...


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