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EVALUATION OF DENTAL ANXIETY OF CHILD AND PARENT DURING DENTAL TREATMENT: “OBSERVATIONAL STUDY”

Dalia Abd El monaemIbrahem, Norhan Abd Elwahab El Dokky and Samah Mohamed Awad ABSTRACT This study is an observational study aimed to evaluate children dental anxiety during treatment. Subjects and methods: The dental anxiety degree of 200 children, 100 males ...

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A STUDY OF BIDIRECTIONAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIABETES MELLITUS AND PERIODONTAL DISEASES IN CHILDREN

Mona Nagy, Nagwa Khattab, Basma Abd-El-Moez and WafaaKhairy ABSTRACT Although periodontitis does not belong to clinical manifestations of any type of diabetes mellitus, it is still being labeled as “the sixth chronic complication of diabetes. It has been confirmed that, ...

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HEALING POTENTIAL OF IMMATURE PERMANENT TEETH WITH NECROTIC PULPS AND PERIAPICAL RADIOLUCENCY

Akram Elsayyad, Manal Ahmed Elsayed and Kamal Elmotayam ABSTRACT Introduction: Regenerative endodontics is a promising alternative treatment for immature teeth with necrotic pulps. The present study was performed to assess periapical healing potential of young permanent immature teeth with necrotic ...

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EVALUATION OF MATUROGENESIS AND APEXIFICATION TECHNIQUES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIZED NON-VITAL IMMATURE PERMANENT INCISORS

Akram Elsayyad, Manal Ahmed Elsayed and Kamal Elmotayam ABSTRACT Introduction: Regenerative endodontics is a promising alternative treatment for immature teeth with necrotic pulps. Aim of the study: The present study was performed to assess healing potential of young permanent immature ...

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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OF AVULSED TOOTH: KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDEOF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS

HosnyMakky, Nagwa M. Ali khattab and Amro M. Moness Ali ABSTRACT Introduction: Children spend a considerable amount of time in school where teachers are the primary caregivers. Children are especially sensitive about missing anterior teeth. Immediate replantation of avulsed tooth ...

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THE ALVEOLAR BONE HEIGHT OF MANDIBULAR INCISORS AND MOLARS IN HEALTHY CHILDREN

Basheer Ali Mohammed Mabkhot, Abeer Mostafa Abdel latif and Ahmed Hamdy IbrahimAhmed Hamdy Ibrahim ABSTRACT Background: The most common periodontal disease in children is gingival inflammation around primary teeth, however, bone loss around the primary teeth has also seen and ...

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