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Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis, Oral Pathology Asymptomatic and painful ulcerated lesions on the lip and tongueIsadora Luana FloresFull Article (PDF)
Vinicius Coelho Carrard
Márcia Gaiger de Oliveira
2019 November/December; 67(6):e6-e8.
Basic Science Simplified ethanol wet-bonding technique: an alternative strategy for resin-dentin bonding in root canalsCíntia Tereza Pimenta de AraújoFull Article (PDF)
Lúcia Trazzi Prieto
Ricardo Lopes Rocha
Erick Kamiya Coppini
Dayane Carvalho Ramos Salles de Oliveira
Luís Alexandre Maffei Sartini Paulillo
2019 November/December; 67(6):e1-e5.
Multidisciplinary Topics Surgical and orthodontic treatment after incidental radiographic discovery of a severely infraoccluded primary molarAmanda Valentim CaldeiraFull Article (PDF)
Andressa Cardoso Amorim Souza
Maísa Araújo Trindade Miguel
Indiara Porto Ribeiro
Luciano Aparecido de Almeida Júnior
Vivien Thiemy Sakai
Ana Beatriz da Silveira Moretti
2019 November/December; 67(6):72-75.
Basic Science The effect of nanohydroxyapatite and silver nanoparticles on the microhardness and surface roughness of composite resinsMarzieh MoradianFull Article (PDF)
2019 November/December; 67(6):68-71.
Basic Science The effect of artificial ultraviolet light on the gloss of composite resin surface sealantsAaron BrooksbankFull Article (PDF)
Barry M. Owens
Jeffrey G. Phebus
Bernard J. Blen
Brian R. Morrow
2019 November/December; 67(6):62-66.
Endodontics Fused tooth: clinical approach to endodontic treatmentAmanda Mourão LeyFull Article (PDF)
Francisca Lívia Parente Viana
Suyane Maria Luna Cruz
Bruno Carvalho de Vasconcelos
2019 November/December; 67(6):59-61.
Self-Improvement International volunteer activities of US dentists: results of a surveyKarl F. WoodmanseyFull Article (PDF)
Francis G. Serio
2019 November/December; 67(6):55-58.
Multidisciplinary Topics Association of dental foci of infection and rosacea: a case reportMirlinda SopiFull Article (PDF)
Rosacea, a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin, is characterized by rash, pustules, papules, and dilated blood vessels. Among the proposed causes are dental foci of infection. The aim of this case report is to examine the possible relationship between periapical lesions and rosacea.
2019 November/December; 67(6):52-54.
Restorative Dentistry Effect of diode laser and topical fluoride applications on white-spot lesions in bovine enamelFull Article (PDF)
Mohammad A. AlqahtaniIn an in vitro study using bovine enamel, diode laser irradiation combined with topical fluoride application significantly increased the hardness and improved the esthetic appearance of white-spot lesions compared to no treatment or fluoride treatment alone. Intrapulpal temperature changes indicated that a 2-W setting is safer than a 5-W setting for diode laser irradiation.
Joseph L. Rumfola
2019 November/December; 67(6):45-51.
Special Patient Care Special care dentistry for patients diagnosed with sickle cell disease: an update for dentistsHassan AbedFull Article (PDF)
2019 November/December; 67(6):40-44.
Anesthesia and Pain Management Migration and surgical retrieval of a broken dental needle: a literature review and case reportBruno Henrique MarinheiroFull Article (PDF)
Rafael Tajra Evangelista Araújo
Thales Fabro Vanzela Sverzut
Alexandre Elias Trivellato
Cassio Edvard Sverzut
2019 November/December; 67(6):34-37.
Self-Instruction Exercise No. 449
Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis, Oral Pathology Primary intraosseous carcinoma of the maxilla arising from an odontogenic keratocyst: a case report and review of the literatureJussara Maria GonçalvesFull Article (PDF)
Luiz Henrique Godoi Marola
Daniella Serafin Couto Vieira
Gustavo Philippi de Los Santos
Jorge Esquiche León
2019 November/December; 67(6):26-32.
Self-Instruction Exercise No. 448
Pediatric Dentistry The association of secondhand smoke exposure and dental caries in children and adolescents: a literature reviewFull Article (PDF)
Shreyans Dhanuka2019 November/December; 67(6):20-24.
Secondhand smoke (SHS) not only affects the physiology of children who are exposed to it but also has adverse effects on their general and oral health. Research shows that there is an independent association between SHS exposure and dental caries, especially in primary teeth. However, the association in permanent teeth must be explored further because statistically significant evidence is lacking.
Self-Instruction Exercise No. 447
Self-Instruction Answers Exercises No. 429, 430, and 431 from the November/December 2018 issue2019 November/December; 67(6):80.Full Article (PDF)
Oral Diagnosis Expansile pericoronal radiolucency and Calcified cervical massGalal OmamiFull Article (PDF)
2019 November/December; 67(6):76, 78.
Pharmacology Not all nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are created equallyMark DonaldsonFull Article (PDF)
Jason H. Goodchild
Public Health Vaccines and immunization: protecting our patients and practicesMario RamosFull Article (PDF)
Editorial ThingsRoger D. WinlandFull Article (PDF)
2019 November/December; 67(6):6.