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  • Editorial|Open Access

    A foreword from the Editor-in-Chief

    Jiiang-Huei Jeng
    Stomatological Dis Sci 2017;1:1-2. | doi:10.20517/2573-0002.2016.20
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    A novel approach to reinforce provisional material using silica gel powder

    Tamer A. Hamza, Ahmed H. Sherif, Elsayed A. Abdalla
    Aim: To evaluate a novel approach for reinforcing 2 types of provisional restoration materials [polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) and bis-acryl resin] with different concentrations of silica gel powder (0%, 0.5%, 1%, 1.5%, 3%, 5%, 10% by weight). Methods: A total of 60 rectangular fracture toughness... Read more
    Stomatological Dis Sci 2017;1:3-7. | doi:10.20517/2573-0002.2016.12
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    Effect of artificial accelerated aging on surface roughness and color stability of different ceramic restorations

    Tamer A. Hamza, Ahmed A. Alameldin, Ahmed Y. Elkouedi, Alvin G. Wee
    Aim: The purpose of the study was to evaluate the effect of artificial accelerated aging on surface roughness and color stability of three recently introduced CAD/CAM materials. The hypothesis was that artificial accelerated aging would have an effect on surface roughness and color stability of... Read more
    Stomatological Dis Sci 2017;1:8-13. | doi:10.20517/2573-0002.2016.05
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    Effect of processing technique and coping thickness on fracture resistance of lithium disilicate copings

    Mohamed H. Riad, Jihan F. Younis, Hanaa H. Zaghloul
    Aim: The purpose of this in vitro study was to determine the optimum margin thickness which allows more conservative tooth preparation, thus giving space for the veneer material and to evaluate the effect of the processing technique on fracture resistance of IPS e.max® copings. Methods: Forty all... Read more
    Stomatological Dis Sci 2017;1:14-21. | doi:10.20517/2573-0002.2016.13
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    Evaluation effect of asthma on dentoalveolar morphology among children group

    Salwa Mohamed Awad, Tarek El-Desoky, Hanaa Mahmoud Shalan, Fathi Abdulraqep Qasem
    Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of asthma on dentoalveolar morphology in the developing child. Methods: This study was conducted on 50 asthmatic Egyptian children and 50 non-asthmatic Egyptian children. Each child’s dental casts of the maxilla and mandible were analyzed. The... Read more
    Stomatological Dis Sci 2017;1:22-8. | doi:10.20517/2573-0002.2016.14
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    Stem cell markers as a resource to predict prognosis of betel quid induced oral squamous cell carcinoma: an immunohistochemical investigation

    Primali Jayasooriya, Champika Fernando, Anura Suraweera, Upul Dissanayake
    Aim: The study was to correlate the survival of a group of Sri Lankan betel quid induced oral cancer patients with the expression patterns of five cancer stem cell (CSC) markers namely ALDH1, Sox-2, Bmi-1, C-met, and Oct-4. Methods: Archival tissues of 140 oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCCs)... Read more
    Stomatological Dis Sci 2017;1:29-34. | doi:10.20517/2573-0002.2016.11
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