International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science

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EISSN : 25820826
Current Publisher: Academic and Scholar Publications (10.36437)
Total articles ≅ 14
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Preeti Gupta, Vivek Kumar Sharma, Karnika Yadav, Pramod Kumar Yadav, Prateek Jain, Ravinder Singh
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 2, pp 1-4; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2020.2.1.j

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Oral health status of an individual is determined by multiple intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Dental health care seeking behaviour is an intrinsic factor that can influence the oral health status of an individual. A cross-sectional survey was conducted among young adult workers involved in building construction of Noida, India. A total of 340 subjects between 18-50 years of age were selected for the study. It contains the demographic profile, which includes age, gender, qualification, employment, residence, and oral adverse habits. Chi-square test and Fisher Exact test were used. When compared with literacy level and adverse oral habits results were significant as compare to residence address.
Anas Al-Yasiry, Zainab Mahmood Al-Jammali M.Sc
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 2, pp 23-26; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2020.2.1.n

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Aim: Review the most important management of thyroid gland dysfunction. The thyroid is the most important gland is a bilobular structure located on both sides of the trachea. Thyroid functions disturbance most the second common of the endocrine system disorder, it's increased among women it about 5% of the population women have thyroid dysfunction, and about 6% can clinically be detected of the thyroid nodules by palpation.Conclusion: The dentist determined thyroid dysfunction and avoid dental complications result in a dental clinic by taking information also take care about cardiovascular statuses due to some patients suffer atrial fibrillation with anticoagulation therapy, that made need antibiotic prophylaxis before treated. The hypothyroidism Patients sensitive to barbiturates and central nervous system depressants so the drug used for medications very little. The dentist must be given fluoride as a drug as a treatment for hyperthyroidism patients due to the fluoride act to reduce thyroid activity by its ability to mimic the action of thyrotropin (TSH). fluoride linked to thyroid problems. A patient must avoid the effect of fluoride on their thyroid can utilize from fluoride-free Toothpaste like Carifree, an oral neutralizer gel.
R. Shivani, Satish Vasanth, Sharmila. M, U. Vivekanandan
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 2, pp 5-13; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2020.2.1.k

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Treatment procedures in dentistry involve a lot of pharmacotherapeutical agents and aids along with medications. Certain pharmacotherapeutical products are designed and manufactured exclusively for its use in dentistry. These dental therapeutic agents and aids are left unspoken and needs attention as their use in dentistry is high. Both the dentist and the pharmacist should be aware of these products and should update themselves on the newer products available in the market. This article emphasizes on such exclusive products which are used in dentistry.
Pheiroijam Herojit Singh, Ningthoukhongjam Rati Devi, N. Sukumar Singh
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 2, pp 14-17; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2020.2.1.l

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Background: Accurate determination of the working length of root canals is an important factor for the success of endodontic therapy. Aim: Two different apex locators namely Propex Pixi (Dentsply) and Canal Pro (Coltene) are used to determine the working length of root canals and their results are compared to determine their accuracy. Material and Methods: Twenty extracted permanent single-rooted teeth are used for the study. To determine the working length of root canals of each tooth, two different types of electronic apex locators, Propex Pixi (Dentsply) and CanalPro (Coltene) are used and their results are compared. Result: There was a significant difference in accuracy between the two apex locators in determining the working length of root canals (p-value <0.05). Canal Pro was more accurate than Propex Pixi.
Tarun Vyas, Pradeep Vishnoi, Harshul Joshi
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 2, pp 18-22; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2020.2.1.m

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Tarun Vyas, Pradeep Vishnoi, Kirti Choudhary
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 1, pp 1-13; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2019.1.3.i

Dr. Tarun Vyas, Parnika Kuthiala, Pradeep Vishnoi
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 1, pp 13-18; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2019.1.2.g

Mahboobe Khodadadi, Samaneh Naeimi, Narjes Davoodi
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 1, pp 19-25; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2019.1.2.h

Sarvesh Vijay, Shalu Srivastava
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science, Volume 1, pp 1-12; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2019.1.2.f

Mostafa Madmoli, Mohammad Madmoli, Mohaddeseh Izadi, Mahboobeh Khodadadi, Fahimeh Papi Ahmadi
International Journal of Drug Research And Dental Science pp 21-26; doi:10.36437/ijdrd.2019.1.1.d

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