Volume 4  Issue 1

December 2017

Volume 4  Issue 1

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Research article

Is There a Correlation Between Maxilla and Femur Bone Loss in Osteopenic Rats?

KR. Micheletti*, L. Hernandes, GF. Cerqueira, M. Salazar, AC. Zeffa, JBL. Silva, AL. Ramos

Oral bone loss originating from osteoporosis is a great problem for dentists. Total or partial tooth loss is greater in patients suffering from systemic osteoporosis than in patients without this condition. The quantity and quality of the maxillary and mandibular bone is important for treatment planning, especially in the areas that require bone quality for a successful treatment outcome such as in orthodontics, periodontics and implantology.

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Editor Note

Dentistry and Research

Asadullah Jahangir

The branch of clinical dental research with enduring variations in possibilities, approaches, and instrumentation, there is an improvement in the awareness of quality dental care in developed world. Dentistry and Research comprises improved applications of computer technologies in diagnostic science and clinical measurements, resulting in creation of clinical decision with more accuracy

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Editor Note

Dentistry and Research

Mohd. Mahmood

With shift in focus of research with exploring the unknown etiological and etiopathogenesis factors, the oral disease variation patterns have furthermore amplified the scope of clinical research. Hence, the overall trend is moving towards the increased demand of trained and experienced clinical investigator in dentistry.

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