STOMATOLOGY EDU JOURNAL 2019 Volume 6 Issue 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIALS

High quality oral health – an FDI World Dental Federation objective

An important aspect of the work of our federation is to produce and publish information and guidelines on all aspects of oral health care and the actions of dentists worldwide. We do this with the FDI Policy Statements, which sum up our thoughts and views on a wide variety of issues and topics related to our profession, its practice and oral health[…]

Michael Frank

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).edit.1

Ways to increase the probability of acceptance of a manuscript

Dear Authors,
You may think writing a scientific manuscript is difficult. Providing you had a well-designed experiment based on a well-thought through question, it is quite simple, since it is a standard procedure. How to get it through the review process is a vital question for you, the author. The answer is very simple: please the editor and the reviewers. There is nothing more boring for editors and reviewers to make the same corrections again and again […]

Jean-François Roulet, Nicoleta Ilie

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).edit.2

The thorny road of acknowledgement

Following Prof. J-F Roulet’s constant encouragement to motivate the authors, but also our army of editors, we registered the Stomatology Edu Journal for evaluation in as many databases as possible. To provide visibility, the Stomatology Edu Journal was registered with Crossref, each article starting with the first 2014 issue received a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and is found on Google Scholar. Also, as of 2017 the journal has been accepted by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)…On June 13, 2018 the Stomatology Edu Journal was registered for evaluation at Clarivate Analytics…[…]

Marian-Vladimir Constantinescu

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).edit.3

LETTERS

Laudatio in Celebration of Professor Zrinka Tarle on her 50th birthday

Her field of special expertise focuses on the properties and improvements of materials and procedures in restorative dental medicine. In spite of her comparatively young age she has already achieved quite valuable scientific experimental and clinical results in her academic career so far […]

Vjekoslav Jerolimov
DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).letter.1

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

  • PERIODONTICS

Impact of periodontitis on the ECG dispersion mapping of the myocardial tissues

According to the epidemiological studies published by WHO, gingivitis and periodontitis can be classified as presenting epidemic traits, even in highly developed countries – severe chronic periodontitis affects about 35% of the US population and it is forecast that by 2030, the number of individuals with chronic periodontitis in the US will reach 71 million (1 in 5 individuals)[…]

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).art.1

Citation: Fala V, Lăcustă V, Ciobanu S, Bordeniuc G. Impact of periodontitis on the ECG dispersion mapping of the myocardial tissues. Stoma Edu J. 2019;6(3):161-169.

  • PEDODONTICS

Studying dentine caries in the first permanent molars in children

Caries formation is a dynamic process of imbalances in the oral environment that lead to the development of carious lesions, on predisposed surfaces in the primary and permanent teeth in children. The progression of the carious lesion may be influenced in its early stages of development by modeling the oral environment and remineralization […]

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).art.2

Citation: Mitova NG, Ishkitiev N. Studying dentine caries in the first permanent molars in children. Stoma Edu J. 2019;6(3):170-176.

REVIEW ARTICLES

  • ORTHODONTICS

Alternative methods for accelerating the rate of orthodontic tooth movement: literature review

Recently, it has been mentioned in literature many methods for accelerating the rate of orthodontic tooth movement. The rate of orthodontic tooth movement depends on the forces used in order to cause orthodontic tooth movement and the individual response (the biological response) of the body to these forces […]

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).art.3

Citation: Ciur M-D, Vieriu R-M, Olteanu ND, Zetu L, Zetu IN. Alternative methods for accelerating the rate of orthodontic tooth movement: literature review. Stoma Edu J. 2019;6(3):178-181.

  • MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

Three dimensional planning of orthognathic surgery: a narrative review of the Leuven protocol

Surgical virtual planning is currently possible due to the recent developments in maxillofacial radiology with the introduction of low dose cone beam computer tomography (CBCT) especially with CBCT systems scanning the full skull[…]

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).art.4

Citation: Shaheen E, Politis C. Three dimensional planning of orthognathic surgery: a narrative review of the Leuven protocol. Stoma Edu J. 2019;6(3):182-186.

CASE REPORTS

  • MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

Aggressive dentigerous cyst in a 9-year child: a case report and review of literature

Dentigerous cyst (DC) is the most common developmental odontogenic cyst that invariably occurs between the second and third decade and its incidence is second to the radicular cyst [1,2]. The incidence of the DC in young individual is quite low; less than 10% within the first 10 years of life[…]

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).art.5

Citation: Al Khabuli JO, Mohamed S, Abutayyem H, Abdelnabi SA. Aggressive dentigerous cyst in a 9-year child: a case report and review of literature. Stoma Edu J. 2019;6(3):188-192

Authors

Juma Omran Al Khabuli: ORCIDiD | Publons | ResearchGate | PubMed | Google Scholar | Scopus | WoS
Sally Mohamed: ORCIDiD | Publons | ResearchGate | PubMed | Google Scholar | Scopus | WoS
Huda Abutayyem: ORCIDiD | Publons | ResearchGate | PubMed | Google Scholar | Scopus | WoS
Said A. Abdelnabi: ORCIDiDResearchGate | PubMed | Google Scholar | Scopus 

  • MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY

Downgrading advanced stage Medication Related Osteonecrosis of Jaw (MRONJ) using pedicled flap – Technical review with case report

Medication related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) is defined as exposed or probable bone in the maxillofacial region without resolution in 8-12 weeks in persons with a history of treatment with an antiresorptive or antiangiogenic therapy who have not received radiation therapy to the jaws […]

DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).art.6

Citation: Chandra SR, Tyler H, Coropciuc R-G, Politis C. Downgrading advanced stage Medication Related Osteonecrosis of Jaw (MRONJ) using pedicled flap- Technical review with case report. Stoma Edu J. 2019;6(3):193-198.

PRODUCT NEWS

The gold standard of removable dental appliances care – Dr. Mark’s HyGenie® ergonomic oral hygiene device

This spring, while attending the 38th International Dental Exhibition (IDS), Cologne, Germany, I came across Dr. Mark’s HyGenie® ergonomic oral hygiene device as a first innovation. Despite innovations dedicated to mobile dental devices, their care has remained unchanged.[…]

Florin-Eugen Constantinescu
DOI: https://doi.org/10.25241/stomaeduj.2019.6(3).prodnews.1

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