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January-June 2021 | Vol 11 | Issue 1

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Editorial
COVID-19 and dental health fallout: Time to take the bull by the horn
[INLINE:1] Ever since the first reports of the COVID-19 breakout in China in December 2019, its rapid worldwide spread has resulted in humungous health problems, and there is neither an absolute cure...
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Review Article
Comparative evaluation of effect of three different crown to implant ratio on marginal bone loss: A systematic review
Partial rehabilitation in the posterior edentulous region remains a challenge due to the anatomical condition present in the area. Excessive pneumatization of the maxillary sinus and accentuated bone ...
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Original Article
Efficacy of demineralized bone matrix for maxillary sinus lift with implant-retained prosthetic rehabilitation: A prospective evaluation
Context: Several materials have been used for maxillary sinus augmentation for subsequent implant-supported prosthetic rehabilitation. No perfect material has been identified for the purpose. ...
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Review Article
Bone regeneration associated with low-level laser therapy in implantology
Several therapies for tissue regeneration in implantology have been explored for their ability to enhance bone regeneration such as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), also known as photobiomodulation. Th...
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Original Article
Three-dimensional linear and volumetric assessment of the maxillary sinus following posterior teeth extraction with implications for dental implant: A split mouth cross-sectional cone-beam computed tomographic study
Purpose: Maxillary sinus pneumatization is usually noted after posterior teeth extraction. The pneumatization occurs at the expense of the alveolar bone and may compromise the residual ridge di...
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