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Dec 2018 | Vol  21 | Issue  12     Table ofContents  RSS Feed 
 
Review Article
Conservative treatment for deep carious lesions in primary and young permanent teeth
FA Alsadat, AA El-Housseiny, NM Alamoudi, AM Alnowaiser
The management of deeply carious lesion could be accomplished conservatively by two techniques: an indirect single-step and stepwise techniques. The former involves incomplete removal of carious den...
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Original Article
Treatment of class II malocclussion: A comparative study of the effects of twin-block and fatigue resistant device
A Gulec, M Goymen
Aim: This is a retrospective cephalometric study aimed to compare the treatment effects of Twin-Block (TB) appliance with The Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device (FRD) appliance in class II divis...
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Original Article
Resin infiltration technique and fluoride varnish on white spot lesions in children: Preliminary findings of a randomized clinical trial
F Eren Giray, MA Durhan, E Haznedaroglu, B Durmus, IO Kalyoncu, I Tanboga
Aim: To clinically assess the efficacy of resin infiltration versus fluoride varnish for arresting white spot lesions (WSLs) on permanent teeth in children. Subjects and Methods: Among...
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Original Article
Midfacial fractures: A retrospective etiological study over a 10-year period in Western Romanian population
PA Tent, RI Juncar, T Lung, M Juncar
Introduction: Midfacial fractures are extremely important oral and maxillofacial problems because they take varied forms and are frequently accompanied by major long-term esthetic or function...
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Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice

The Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice is a quarterly peer-reviewed international journal published by the Medical and Dental Consultants’ Association of Nigeria. The journal’s full text is available online at www.njcponline.com. The journal allows free access (Open Access) to its contents and permits authors to

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