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A Practical Guide for

Asian Researchers
Launching in 2010
WRITING FOR
PUBLICATION IN
AN INTERNATIONAL
JOURNAL
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An international journal from Asia Pacic dedicated to
rapid dissemination and knowledge transfer of cutting edge science on
all aspects of oral and maxillofacial sciences.
Edited by: Professor L Samaranayake,
Editor of Journal of Clinical and Investigative Dentistry and
Dean of Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong
Aims and Scope
Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry (JICD) aims to publish quality, peer reviewed original
research and topical reviews on all aspects of investigative and clinical dentistry and craniofacial
research, including molecular studies related to oral health and disease. Although international in
outlook, the Editors especially encourage papers from the Asia Pacic. The journal also aims to
provide clinicians, scientists and students of dentistry with a knowledge transfer platform for rapid
publication of reports through an international journal, which will be available free online until 2012.
Its scope, therefore, is broad, inclusive and international, but with a particular focus on Asia Pacic.
The Editor welcome manuscripts in the following key thematic areas in oral and
maxillofacial sciences:
Online Submissions:
http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jicd
Journal of
Investigative and
Clinical Dentistry
Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology
Conservative Dentistry
Dental Biomaterials
Dental Pedagogy
Endodontics and Traumatology
Implant Dentistry
Oral Biosciences
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral Medicine
Oral Pathology and Oral Microbiology
Orthodontics
Oral Radiology
Oral Rehabilitation
Paedodontics
Periodontology and Periodontal Medicine
Journal of
Investigative and
Clinical Dentistry
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Welcome
I am very pleased to introduce this excellent
resource to Asian dental researchers and
clinicians. It is provided with the compliments of
Wiley-Blackwell and the new Journal of
Investigative and Clinical Dentistry (JICD).
Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry
will be an international journal from Asia Pacic
dedicated to rapid dissemination and
knowledge transfer of cutting edge science on
all aspects of oral and maxillofacial sciences.
The aims and scope of the journal can be found
on the facing page.
Our mission is to develop JICD as a premier
research journal publishing high quality
contributions from our region and elsewhere.
Authors will be offered rapid peer review,
online publication, and there will be no page
or color charges.
We hope this Guide will help you become
more familiar with the structure and
requirements for publishing your articles
in English-language journals.
We encourage you to consider submitting
your work to Journal of Investigative and
Clinical Dentistry.
Professor Lakshman Samaranayake
Editor-in-Chief
Introduction
An international journal is dened as an English-
language journal because, in practice, English is
the language of science, but it is also a journal
that aims to reach researchers throughout the
world. There is some evidence that good work
submitted by Asian researchers is not always
accepted for publication in such journals when
it is worthy of publication. A 2008 survey
underlined this concern: the author concluded
that more than 80% of those Chinese scholars
surveyed are not very satised with the visibility
of their research and writing among their
European and American colleagues.
(www.katina.info/conference/presentations/
Tananbaum_Charleston%20China%20GST.
ppt#269,8,Research Findings)
This short Guide attempts to help. It offers
advice on how to choose a journal, how to write
an article and how to submit an article to a
journal. It also provides some comments on
publication ethics and what to expect after you
have submitted your paper.
It will focus on how to write original research
papers but not review articles or short
communications.
This Guide has been written with the concerns
of Asian researchers in mind. It draws upon
insights from experienced journal editors and
Asian scholars themselves. It is particularly
intended for inexperienced and early
career researchers.
Throughout the Guide, we have provided you
with further resources. There are other excellent
reference books in print. The best of them is
probably How to Write a Paper, 4th Edition,
George M Hall (Editor). For a list of books on
writing papers and on peer review, including the
one above see http://authorservices.wiley.com/
bauthor/more_resources.asp
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Contents
1. Welcome .............................................. 1
2. Introduction ......................................... 1
3. The process at a glance ...................... 3
4. Why publish in an
international journal?.......................... 3
5. How to choose a journal ..................... 4
6. Writing a paper .................................... 5
Structure of the main text ...................... 5
Planning your article .............................. 5
Style of writing ...................................... 5
7. Publication ethics ................................ 6
Redundant (dual) publication .................. 6
Misuse of others work .......................... 6
Transparency ......................................... 6
Authorship ............................................. 7
8. The nishing touches .......................... 8
Title ....................................................... 8
Abstract ................................................ 8
Key words ............................................. 8
Reference style ..................................... 8
Illustrations and tables .......................... 8
The language problem ........................... 9
9. Submitting your article ..................... 11
Peer review ......................................... 11
Publishing procedures ......................... 11
10. The author contract .......................... 12
11. Acknowledgements .......................... 12
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Why publish in an international journal?
Understanding why you hope to publish in an
international journal should help you decide to
which journal you should submit.
Researchers usually publish in an international
journal because they want:
Their research ndings to become known to
others working in the same eld.
To reach clinicians or specialists, those who
will implement the results of their research
in the treatment of patients.
To get tenure, promotion or
research funding.
Quite often the journal must have an impact
factor or at least an impact factor is preferred.
The dominance of the impact factor is
unfortunate. There are many good journals
without impact factors. No new journal can
have an impact factor until it has been
published for two years.
The process at a glance
Publication of your article completes the
process that begins with identifying the
research question to be answered. It can be
very satisfying, and provides opportunities for
you to receive feedback on your work from
experts in your eld.
Identify the Research Question
Research
Analyze Data
Write and Revise
Submit to Journal
Paper Accepted with
Requests for Improvements
Make Improvements
Paper Rejected
Improve Paper
Submit to Another Journal
Paper Published in Journal!
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How to choose a journal
Several reasons for publishing in an
international journal have been mentioned.
Sometimes a journal will reach the community
a researcher wants to reach and have a high
impact factor but this is not always the case.
The researcher has to decide what is most
important to him or her.
The prestige of the journal is very important to
most researchers. Prestige often depends on
factors other than an impact factor, for example
the editor, the editorial board, the perceived
quality of the refereeing.
Speed to publication is often the most
signicant factor for authors. Most journals
now put accepted articles online, as soon as
they are ready for publication and well before
the print version (if there is one) is available.
In some disciplines, but generally not in
dentistry, there are Open Access journals
which are well regarded but which ask for a
payment before publication. These journals can
be read online by anyone who has an internet
connection. Open Access journals do not
necessarily take less time processing the
paper. Note also that many publishers offer the
possibility of your accepted paper being made
freely accessible for a fee.
Specic suggestions for nding a journal:
Make sure that the journal is published
online. There are still journals that only come
out in print.
Check the aims and scope of a range of
journals, to see where your article would t
best. It is better to browse these on the
journals online site, rather than from an old
print copy. For links to Wiley-Blackwells
dentistry journals visit www.wiley.com/
go/dentistry.
If your research is very specialized, aim for a
specialist journal rather than one intended
for a general research audience. Choose the
journal that is likely to be read by those who
share a common interest in the content.
Look at a recent copy of a journal (or the
free content online) to see what areas of
research it publishes.
Look at the dates of submission and
acceptance which most journals give and
then note the month of publication. This
demonstrates speed to publication.
Check the afliations of authors in recent
issues and also the afliations of members
of the editorial board. An international
journal edited from Asia is likely to be more
sympathetic to papers being submitted from
the continent.
If your work has important clinical
implications and is written to be understood
by specialists and practitioners, consider a
membership journal that will go to a
signicant number of such people.
If the topic of your paper can only be
properly explained by the use of high quality
color prints, make sure by inspection that
the journal you choose routinely produces
color of high quality.
It is worthwhile researching the journals
thoroughly. You will waste a lot of time if you
choose an inappropriate journal for your work.
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Writing a paper
The rst question to ask is how good is your
work? Is the research on which the paper is to
be based worth publishing in an article? Would
it be better in something less formal such as a
short note? This question can be expanded as
follows:
How good is your experimental design
or data?
Are you repeating someone elses work or is
your approach novel or original?
How robust are the conclusions in relation to
the evidence presented?
All international dental journals share the same
basic rules about how papers should be written,
but you cannot assume that the instructions
given for writing a paper in one journal will be
the same as the instructions for another journal,
even from the same publisher. It is always
vital to read and follow the guidance for
authors for the journal on the online site of
the journal.
Structure of the main text
Formal scientic communication depends on
providing a concise and highly structured
account of research ndings and there is no
escape from organizing your discoveries in this
way. The main text of nearly all scientic papers
has the same basic structure. This has been
summarized by an expert using the acronym
IMRAD.
INTRODUCTION
what question was asked in the research?
METHODS
how was it studied?
RESULTS
what was discovered?
and
DISCUSSION
what do the ndings mean?
Planning your article
1. Make a list of the data to be presented, then
consider what data analysis is necessary.
2. Interpret your data and draw conclusions and
on that basis decide how you are going to
tell a story.
3. Plan each section of the manuscript using
key points.
4. When you have everything you need, start
writing properly, expanding on your bullet
points to form a coherent report.
Style of writing
Use simple language and write clearly and
succinctly. Try to read what you write from the
outside and see if you can understand what you
are trying to convey. If your message is not
clear, the referees and the editor will not always
spend their time trying to work out what you
are trying to say.
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Publication ethics
The Author Guidelines for each journal sets out
the key ethical requirements. The information
on these pages is based on the much-praised
Wiley-Blackwell Best Practice Guidelines on
Publication Ethics: A Publishers Perspective,
which is accessible from http://authorservices.
wiley.com/bauthor/publicationethics.asp
The big topic for discussion is Plagiarism. In
author instructions it is usually dealt with by
the simple statement that the submission must
be an original paper. It is important to avoid
plagiarism. The term is a confusing one even to
experienced researchers. What does plagiarism
mean? In practical terms the following two
sentences represent a good way of looking at
the real meaning, though only the second
refers to what is actually an act of plagiarism:
Do not offer work for publication that has
already been published elsewhere.
Do not pass off the work of someone else
as if it were your own.
Redundant (dual) publication
It is remarkably easy to publish what is
substantially the same paper in more than one
journal. It is called redundant publication. It is
easy to forget that one presentation of results
can, for example, have been published in the
proceedings of a conference and then also
offered for submission to a journal. Sometimes
it can be allowed: for example, if one version is
in a different language. There should always be
attribution i.e. the rst publication should be
referenced.
Examples of allowable duplication are given
in Best Practice Guidelines on Publication
Ethics (see above). Editors of journals should
always be consulted. Unfortunately there are
scholars who are desperate to get published
and who offer papers (with small alterations)
to a number of journals at the same time.
This practice is very harmful to a researchers
reputation and career. Publishers now offer
editors plagiarism software to detect
this duplication.
Redundant publication undermines science and
can skew the scientic literature. This can have
important consequences, for example where
meta-analyses inadvertently cover the same
results more than once.
Misuse of others work
This second piece of advice relates to true
plagiarism. It is against national law and
international conventions to use copyrighted
material without permission or
acknowledgment. Carefully document any data
creation of your research activities and those of
your staff and always seek permission to use
the work of others.
Transparency
There is growing insistence among journal
editors in medical and related disciplines that
certain publication policies have to be
understood, accepted and followed by authors.
In particular there are policies relating to:
1. Conict of interest it is important to
declare all the funding which made the
research possible. Journals differ in the
way in which they want funding to be
acknowledged. Read the Author Guidelines to
nd out how the journal you are submitting
to wants the declarations to be made.
2. Registering clinical trials clinical trials
should be registered in publicly accessible
registries. There is a growing tendency for
journals also to insist on any data referred to
in the paper to be deposited in an
appropriate repository. Not all journals as yet
have a rm policy on this point.
3. Respecting condentiality protect patients
from being recognized. Their permission
must also have been obtained.
4. Protecting research subjects, patients and
experimental animals. Many journals ask
authors to commit to following specic
codes of practice and journal editors
specically reserve the right to reject papers
if the authors did not abide by such codes.
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Wiley-Blackwell, in common with most major
publishers, has a strong position on
infringements of copyright and failure to
observe the conventions mentioned above.
There is further information on the obligations
of the researcher as author at http://
authorservices.wiley.com/bauthor/faqs_
copyright.asp
Authorship
Finally, it is important to discuss authorship.
This is an area where misunderstanding is
possible among researchers. It is very
important to agree who will be listed as
an author before writing the paper.
Many journals follow the guidance provided by
the International Committee of Medical Journal
Editors (ICMJE). This guidance is so important
that it is worth quoting:
An author is generally considered to be
someone who has made substantive
intellectual contributions to a published study,
and biomedical authorship continues to have
important academic, social, and nancial
implications (1). In the past, readers were rarely
provided with information about contributions
to studies from persons listed as authors and in
Acknowledgments (2). Some journals now
request and publish information about the
contributions of each person named as having
participated in a submitted study, at least for
original research The ICJME has
recommended the following criteria
for authorship.
Authorship credit should be based on
1) substantial contributions to conception and
design, acquisition of data, or analysis and
interpretation of data; 2) drafting the article or
revising it critically for important intellectual
content; and 3) nal approval of the version to
be published. Authors should meet conditions
1, 2, and 3.
1. Davidoff F, for the CSE Task Force on Authorship. Whos the
author? Problems with biomedical authorship, and some
possible solutions. Science Editor. 2000 ;23:111-9.
2. Yank V, Rennie D. Disclosure of researcher contributions:
a study of original research articles in The Lancet. Ann Intern
Med. 1999;130:661-70.
More detail can be found at http://www.icmje.
org/#author. This may vary from the practices
of authorship which is customary in the
national literature. It is, for example,
inappropriate for the Head of Department to be
listed as an author unless he or she has made
the contributions mentioned above. Note that
the corresponding author is given a rather
responsible role by most journals. It is not a
role for a junior author.
Colleagues who have made contributions but
not sufcient to qualify for authorship should
be acknowledged and they should conrm that
they are happy to be acknowledged.
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The nishing touches
This section is concerned with those aspects of
the paper which may cause particular problems
for inexperienced researchers writing in an
international journal for the rst time. The title,
the abstract and key words, the references and
the presentation of illustrations are best left until
the main part of the paper is written. It is
important to take as much care with these
elements of the paper as the main text.
The title, key words and abstract which will
rst gain the attention of readers.
Title
It is important that the title should be concise
and informative. One writer of a guide to
writing in another discipline suggests that it
should contain the essential words that will
grab readers attention and let them know
what your article is about. Unless the
audience for your paper is very specialized,
do bear in mind that the title should be
comprehensible to other scientists in related
elds and, it is often suggested, that it should
contain no abbreviations.
Abstract
Writing a clear abstract is particularly important.
It is the rst part of the paper that the editor
looks at. There is always a word limit for the
abstract. Be careful to adhere to it. The abstract
should not contain abbreviations or references.
Whatever the format, the abstract should give a
succinct summary of the content of the article so
that readers are rapidly informed of its content.
A sample of how an abstract can be improved is
presented overleaf.
Key words
Choosing meaningful key words is crucial.
The key words must be specic enough for
researchers with similar interests to nd your
article in their searches. Some journals will ask
you to select key words from a dened list. The
US National Library of Medicine also provides a
list of Medical Subject Headings (MESH). See
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mesh/2009/mesh_
browser/MBrowser.html
Reference style
If you have written the main text before making
a nal decision about the journal to submit it to,
the references will need to be organized at the
end of the process. It is important that the
journals author guidelines, usually quite
detailed, are carefully followed. If a journal
editor receives a paper presented using a
different referencing system, they may return
the paper without review.
Illustrations and tables
Most publishers give detailed guidance
for preparing illustrations. For example
the graphics resource for authors at
http://authorservices.wiley.com/bauthor/
illustration.asp
Many journals like hard copy as well as
electronic copy where color needs careful
reproduction.
Tables and graphs should be self-contained
and understandable separate from the text.
Avoid abbreviations which reduce clarity.
Use appropriate numbers of decimal places.
Sizing of illustrations is often crucial and,
where asked for, information should be
given to make sure that the illustrations
are presented in the nal version in the
correct size.
Illustrations should always illustrate a point
in the text.
There is a useful electronic artwork checklist at
http://authorservices.wiley.com/bauthor/
eachecklist.asp.
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The language problem
One piece of advice which is often given to
younger researchers from Asia is to write the
drafts of the paper in English, even if this
causes real difculty, rather than writing in the
language of birth and then having the paper
translated.
The key need is for polishing and there are
now many services set up to provide this work,
to help make the text clear and
comprehensible. Wiley-Blackwell recommends
such services. The list is given at http://
authorservices.wiley.com/bauthor/english_
language.asp. There is limited choice here and
many researchers will want to look locally.
Most researchers will have departmental
contacts with individuals, often native English
speakers, who can do this job.
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ORIGINAL ABSTRACT
Aims. The objectives of our study were: (1)
assessing oral health inequalities in preschool
children depending on mothers socio-economic
status (SES) and educational level; (2) comparing
epidemiologic results of oral health (dmft) in 2.5
and 5 years preschool children with other
countrys results; (3) evaluation of the role of
preschool children tooth decays in predicting
caries in the permanent dentition. Methods.
The authors initiated in 2004 a three-year
longitudinal study which included 382 preschool
children 2.5-3 years old and 455 preschool
children 4.5-5 years old from 12 kinder gardens
in Sarda, Robinia. Oral health was evaluated and
dmft index was established for each group of
study. The family knowledge level and SES
were evaluated depending on the childrens oral
health status both in 2004 and 2007. The data
were analyzed using the Statistica program,
ANOVA, Pearson, Chi -square (p<0,05), and the
multivariate linear regression method for the
prediction model. Results. Depending on SES
and educational level, there were found
signicant differences (p<0,05) in mothers
group regarding the frequency of dental
brushing in children. The lower SES group
encouraged seldom tooth brushing for their
children in 2004 but recommended a daily
brushing after the initiation of the program
focused on dental health education. For the 2.5-
3 years old group, dmft was 1.34 lower
compared to other countries results, but for the
4.5-5 years old group the value of 2.4 is greater.
Conclusions. The ndings of this study revealed
a positive relationship between mothers SES
and the level of knowledge and attitudes
towards oral health. The dmft results of our
study vary compared with other countries.
Primary dental care is vital in maintaining oral
health in children because the initiation and the
extent of deciduous tooth decay is the main
caries predictor for permanent dentition in order
to achieve by 2010 WHOs goal of 90% 6 years
old children caries free.
REVISED ABSTRACT
Aims of the study were: (1) to assess oral health
inequalities in preschool children and any
association with parents socio-economic status
(SES) and educational level, (2) to compare the
mean dmft scores of 2.5 and 5 year-old pre-
school children in Sarda with those of children of
the same age living in other Central and Eastern
European (CEE) countries, (3) to evaluate the
extent to which dental caries in these pre-school
children predicted caries in their permanent
dentition. Methods: In 2004, the authors
initiated a three-year longitudinal study which
included 382 randomly selected pre-school
children aged between 2.5 and 3 years old and
455 randomly selected pre-school children aged
between 4.5 and 5 years, all drawn from 12
randomly selected kindergartens in Sarda. Of the
12 kindergartens, 4 were attended by children
mainly from high socio-economic groups, 4 from
medium and 4 from low. The education level of
each childs parents was determined and
classied as university, high school or primary
school level. Ethical approval for the study was
obtained from the relevant regional committee.
Oral health was evaluated by 4 calibrated
examiners and the mean dmft scores for each
group were calculated. Family educational level
and SES were evaluated by questionnaire in
both 2004 and 2007. Data were analyzed using
the Statistical program, ANOVA, Pearson, Chi
square. Results: Statistically signicant (p<0.5)
differences were seen between the groups.
Before the programme commenced in 2004,
parents from the lower SES group seldom
encouraged their children to brush their teeth.
The mean dmft for the 2.5-3 year-old group was
found to be lower than that reported for several
CEE countries but for the 4.5-5 year-old group
the mean dmft was around double that of other
CEE countries. Conclusions: The ndings of
this study revealed a relationship between the
childs dmft, parents SES, educational level and
attitude towards oral health. The dmft results of
this study differed from those of other CEE
countries. Primary prevention is vital in
maintaining oral health in children because
deciduous caries experience is the main
predictor for caries in the permanent dentition.
Prevention must be delivered to all, if the WHO
goal that by 2010, 90% of 6 year-old children
should be caries free is to be achieved.
Used with permission of Professor Kenneth
Eaton, Kent, UK
Example Abstract: before and after revision
ORIGINAL ABSTRACT
Aims. The objectives of our study were: (1) assessing oral health inequalities in preschool children
depending on mothers socio-economic status (SES) and educational level; (2) comparing
epidemiologic results of oral health (dmft) in 2.5 and 5 years preschool children with other
countrys results; (3) evaluation of the role of preschool children tooth decays in predicting caries in
the permanent dentition. Methods. The authors initiated in 2004 a three-year longitudinal study
which included 382 preschool children 2.5-3 years old and 455 preschool children 4.5-5 years old
from 12 kinder gardens in Sarda, Robinia. Oral health was evaluated and dmft index was
established for each group of study. The family knowledge level and SES were evaluated
depending on the childrens oral health status both in 2004 and 2007. The data were analyzed
using the Statistica program, ANOVA, Pearson, Chi -square (p<0,05), and the multivariate linear
regression method for the prediction model. Results. Depending on SES and educational level,
there were found signicant differences (p<0,05) in mothers group regarding the frequency of
dental brushing in children. The lower SES group encouraged seldom tooth brushing for their
children in 2004 but recommended a daily brushing after the initiation of the program focused on
dental health education. For the 2.5-3 years old group, dmft was 1.34 lower compared to other
countries results, but for the 4.5-5 years old group the value of 2.4 is greater. Conclusions. The
ndings of this study revealed a positive relationship between mothers SES and the level of
knowledge and attitudes towards oral health. The dmft results of our study vary compared with
other countries. Primary dental care is vital in maintaining oral health in children because the
initiation and the extent of deciduous tooth decay is the main caries predictor for permanent
dentition in order to achieve by 2010 WHOs goal of 90% 6 years old children caries free.
REVISED ABSTRACT
Aims of the study were: (1) to assess oral health inequalities in preschool children and any
association with parents socio-economic status (SES) and educational level, (2) to compare the
mean dmft scores of 2.5 and 5 year-old pre-school children in Sarda with those of children of the
same age living in other Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, (3) to evaluate the extent to
which dental caries in these pre-school children predicted caries in their permanent dentition.
Methods: In 2004, the authors initiated a three-year longitudinal study which included 382
randomly selected pre-school children aged between 2.5 and 3 years old and 455 randomly
selected pre-school children aged between 4.5 and 5 years, all drawn from 12 randomly selected
kindergartens in Sarda. Of the 12 kindergartens, 4 were attended by children mainly from high
socio-economic groups, 4 from medium and 4 from low. The education level of each childs parents
was determined and classied as university, high school or primary school level. Ethical approval
for the study was obtained from the relevant regional committee. Oral health was evaluated by 4
calibrated examiners and the mean dmft scores for each group were calculated. Family educational
level and SES were evaluated by questionnaire in both 2004 and 2007. Data were analyzed using
the Statistical program, ANOVA, Pearson, Chi square. Results: Statistically signicant (p<0.5)
differences were seen between the groups. Before the programme commenced in 2004, parents
from the lower SES group seldom encouraged their children to brush their teeth. The mean dmft
for the 2.5-3 year-old group was found to be lower than that reported for several CEE countries but
for the 4.5-5 year-old group the mean dmft was around double that of other CEE countries.
Conclusions: The ndings of this study revealed a relationship between the childs dmft, parents
SES, educational level and attitude towards oral health. The dmft results of this study differed from
those of other CEE countries. Primary prevention is vital in maintaining oral health in children
because deciduous caries experience is the main predictor for caries in the permanent dentition.
Prevention must be delivered to all, if the WHO goal that by 2010, 90% of 6 year-old children
should be caries free is to be achieved.
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2008. He is indebted to Professor Kenneth
Eaton, Dr Hui Wang and Dr Greg Tananbaum and
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Genes causing clefting syndromes as candidates for
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Caries and dental fluorosis in a western Saharan population
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Association between generalized joint hypermobility and
signs and diagnoses of temporomandibular disorders
A multilevel analysis of factors affecting the difference in
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life
Epidemiological evaluation of short-form versions of the
Child Perception Questionnaire
Burnout development among dentists: a longitudinal study
The effect of human saliva substitutes in an erosionabrasion
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Evaluation of the adhesion of fiber posts cemented using
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Effects of thermocycling and use of ElectroBond on
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Caries clinical trial of a remineralising toothpaste in radiation patients
Athena Papas, David Russell, Mabi Singh, Ralph Kent, Cal Triol and Anthony Winston 76
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CHARGE-associated cleft palate
A case-control study on etiological factors involved in patients with
burning mouth syndrome
Calcitonin gene-related peptide levels in saliva of patients with burning
mouth syndrome
Histomorphology of healthy oral mucosa in untreated celiac patients:
unexpected association with spongiosis
Activation of innate immune responses through Toll-like receptor 3
causes a rapid loss of salivary gland function
Significantly higher frequencies of presence of serum autoantibodies
in Chinese patients with oral lichen planus
Immunohistochemical analyses of survivin and heat shock protein 90
expression in patients with oral lichen planus
Polymorphic drug metabolizing CYP-enzymes a pathogenic factor
in oral lichen planus?
Molecular markers in the surgical margin of oral carcinomas
Areca nut extract-treated gingival fibroblasts modulate the invasiveness
of polymorphonuclear leukocytes via the production of MMP-2
Decreased expression of Ep-CAM protein is significantly associated with
the progression and prognosis of oral squamous cell carcinomas in Taiwan
Fine deletion analysis of 1p36 chromosomal region in oral squamous
cell carcinomas
Methylation of P16, P21, P27, RB1 and P53 genes in odontogenic
keratocysts
Expression of p16 in oral cancer and premalignant lesions
Association between lysyl oxidase polymorphisms and oral submucous
fibrosis in older male areca chewers
An investigation of the role of oral epithelial cells and Langerhans cells
as possible HIV viral reservoirs
Oral ulcers in HIV-positive Peruvian patients: an immunohistochemical
and in situ hybridization study
Oral manifestations of HIV infection in adult patients from the province
of Sancti Spiritus, Cuba
Quantitative analysis of Langerhans cells in oral chronic graft-vs.-host
disease
Minimum diagnostic criteria for plasmablastic lymphoma of oral/sinonasal
region encountered in a tertiary cancer hospital of a developing country
New insights into the nature of Warthins tumour
Granular cell tumor of the oral cavity: updated immunohistochemical profile
Letter to the Editor
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18 M. Venza, M. Visalli, I. Venza, C. Torino, B. Tripodo,
R. Melita & D. Teti
24 J. Gao, L. Chen, J. Zhou & J. Peng
29 J. Zidverc-Trajkovic, D. Stanimirovic, R. Obrenovic, J. Tajti,
L. Vcsei, J. Gardi, J. Nmeth, M. Mijajlovic, N. Sternic
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34 G. Campisi, D. Compilato, G. Iacono, E. Maresi, C. Di Liberto,
V. Di Marco, G. Di Fede, A. Crax & A. Carroccio
42 U. S. Deshmukh, S. R. Nandula, P.-R. Thimmalapura, Y. M. Scindia
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48 J. Y.-F. Chang, C.-P. Chiang, C. K. Hsiao & A. Sun
55 P. Chaiyarit, D. Jintakanon, P. Klanrit, M. Siritapetawee
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63 C. Kragelund, C. Hansen, J. Reibel, B. Nauntofte, K. Broesen,
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79 H.-H. Lu, L.-K. Chen, C.-Y. Cheng, S.-L. Hung, S.-C. Lin &
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87 E. Y.-C. Hwang, C.-H. Yu, S.-J. Cheng, J. Y.-F. Chang, H.-M. Chen
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104 W. Buajeeb, S. Poomsawat, J. Punyasingh & S. Sanguansin
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138 S. Kane, A. Khurana, G. Parulkar, T. Shet, K. Prabhash, R. Nair
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Volume 1 Issue 1 March 2010
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Abfraction: separating fact from ction
The effect of periodontal therapy and diabetic patients
Clinical detection of caries and radiography
Load transfer characteristics of unilateral distal extension
Changing the chewing region and mandibular movement
Acute monocytic leukaemia after dental treatment IN
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397 Morphological aspects of dental hard tissues in
primary teeth from preterm infants
M. Rythn, J. G. Norn, N. Sabel, F. Steiniger,
A. Niklasson, A. Hellstrm & A. Robertson
407 Validity of single-item parental ratings of
child oral health
D. Locker
415 The clinically related predictors of dental fear
in Taiwanese children
C.-Y. Lee,Y.-Y. Chang & S.-T. Huang
423 Intraoral condition in children with juvenile
idiopathic arthritis compared to controls
E. Leksell, M. Ernberg, B. Magnusson &
B. Hedenberg-Magnusson
434 Dental anomalies and associated factors in 2- to
5-year-old Brazilian children
P. F. Kramer, C. A. Feldens, S. H. Ferreira,
M. H. Spiguel & E. G. Feldens
441 Deletion of PAX9 and oligodontia: a third family
and review of the literature
A. Guala,V. Falco, G. Breedveld, P. De Filippi &
C. Danesino
446 Association of chlorhexidine and fluoride for
plaque control and white spot lesion
remineralization in primary dentition
R. G. De Amorim, S. C. Leal, A. C. B. Bezerra,
F. P. L. G. De Amorim & O. A. De Toledo
452 Lidocaine 20% patch vs lidocaine 5% gel for
topical anaesthesia of oral mucosa
M. Bgesund & P. Tabrizi
Volume 19 No 1
January 2009
ISSN 0960 7439
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The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
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595 S. Ohta, S. Yamada, K. Matuzaka &T. Inoue
604 S. Grger, J. Michel &J. Meyle
615 M. V. Vettore, A. T. Leo, M. do C. Leal,
M. Feres &A. Sheiham
627 L. Nibali, N. Donos, P. M. Brett, M. Parkar,
T. Ellinas, M. Llorente &G. S. Griffiths
635 T. Nakajima, R. Amanuma, K. Ueki-
Maruyama, T. Oda, T. Honda, H. Ito
&K. Yamazaki
642 E-C. Shen, C. Wang, E. Fu, C-Y. Chiang,
T-T. Chen &S. Nieh
649 J. E. Botero, A. Contreras &B. Parra
658 S. X. Updike &H. Nowzari
665 S. De Iudicibus, G. Castronovo, A. Gigante,
G. Stocco, G. Decorti, R. Di Lenarda
&F. Bartoli
673 P-S. Hung, S-Y. Kao, C-J. Liu, H-F. Tu, C-H. Wu
&S-C. Lin
681 K. Nakajima, T. Abe, M. Tanaka &Y. Hara
689 R. Vernal, R. Leon, D. Herrera, J. A. Garcia-Sanz,
A. Silva &M. Sanz
698 J. Brunner, W. Crielaard &A. J. van Winkelhoff
705 Y. Honma, N. Sugita, T. Kobayashi, Y. Abiko
&H. Yoshie
712 A. R. Pradeep, Y. Roopa &P. P. Swati
717 C. M. Cole, K. P. Sundararaj, R. S. Leite,
A. Nareika, E. H. Slate, J. J. Sanders,
M. F. Lopes-Virella &Y. Huang
723 M. R. Messora, M. J. H. Nagata,
R. C. M. Dornelles, S. R. M. Bomfim,
F. A. C. Furlaneto, L. G. N. de Melo,
T. M. Deliberador, A. F. Bosco, V. G. Garcia
&S. E. Fucini
730 C. M. F. Pacheco, C. M. Queiroz-Junior,
K. L. M. Maltos, M. V. Caliari, D. F. Pacheco,
I. D. G. Duarte &J. N. Francischi
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The behavior of stemcells and progenitor cells in the
periodontal ligament during wound healing as observed
using immunohistochemical methods
Establishment and characterization of immortalized
human gingival keratinocyte cell lines
The relationship between periodontal disease and preterm
low birthweight: clinical and microbiological results
A familial analysis of aggressive periodontitis clinical and
genetic findings
CXCL13 expression and follicular dendritic cells in
relation to B-cell infiltration in periodontal disease
tissues
Tetracycline release fromtripolyphosphatechitosan
cross-linked sponge: a preliminary in vitro study
Effects of cytomegalovirus infection on the mRNA
expression of collagens and matrix metalloproteinases in
gingival fibroblasts
Fractal analysis of dental radiographs to detect
periodontitis-induced trabecular changes
Role of gene polymorphisms in gingival overgrowth
induced by cyclosporine in transplant patients
Insulin-like growth factor binding protein-5 enhances the
migration and differentiation of gingival epithelial cells
Periodontal tissue engineering by transplantation of
multilayered sheets of phenotypically modified gingival
fibroblasts
Variability in the response of human dendritic cells
stimulated with Porphyromonas gingivalis or
Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans
Analysis of the capsular polysaccharide biosynthesis
locus of Porphyromonas gingivalis and development
of a K1-specific polymerase chain reaction-based
serotyping assay
Lower antibody response to Porphyromonas gingivalis
associated with immunoglobulin G Fc receptor IIB
polymorphism
Interleukin-4, a T-helper 2 cell cytokine, is associated with
the remission of periodontal disease
A trend of increase in periodontal interleukin-6 expression
across patients with neither diabetes nor periodontal
disease, patients with periodontal disease alone, and
patients with both diseases
Bone healing in critical-size defects treated with
platelet-rich plasma activated by two different methods.
A histologic and histometric study in rat calvaria
Crucial role of peripheral k-opioid receptors in a model of
periodontal disease in rats
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E DI TOR- I N- CHI E F
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AS S OCI AT E E DI TORS
S t e p h e n C. Ba y n e, US A
Ol e Fe j e r s ko v, De n ma r k
Re i n h i l d e J a c o b s , Be l g i u m
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Contents
Original Articles
159 T. Sugiura, K. Fueki & Y. Igarashi: Comparisons between a mixing ability test and masticatory
performance tests using a brittle or an elastic test food
168 B. I. Kim, S. H. Jeong, K. H. Chung, Y. K. Cho, H. K. Kwon & C. H. Choi: Subjective food intake
ability in relation to maximal bite force among Korean adults
176 D. Inagaki, Y. Miyaoka, I. Ashida & Y. Yamada: Influence of food properties and body position
on swallowing-related muscle activity amplitude
184 S. M. Banabilh, A. H. Suzina, S. Dinsuhaimi, A. R. Samsudin & G. D. Singh: Dental arch
morphology in south-east Asian adults with obstructive sleep apnoea: geometric
morphometrics
193 D. Manfredini, M. Marini, C. Pavan, L. Pavan & L. Guarda-Nardini: Psychosocial profiles of
painful TMD patients
199 G. I. Juhl, T. S. Jensen, S. E. Norholt & P. Svensson: Incidence of symptoms and signs of TMD
following third molar surgery: a controlled, prospective study
210 M. Doepel, E. Sderling, E. L. Ekberg, M. Nilner & Y. Le Bell: Salivary cortisol and IgA levels in
patients with myofascial pain treated with occlusal appliances in the short term
217 H.-C. Kuo, Y.-H. Yang, S.-K. Lai, S.-F. Yap & P.-S. Ho: The Association between health-related
quality of life and prosthetic status and prosthetic needs in Taiwanese adults
226 B. S. Encke, G. Heydecke, M. Wolkewitz & J. R. Strub: Results of a prospective randomized
controlled trial of posterior ZrSiO4-ceramic crowns
Commentary
236 T. I. Suvinen & P. Kemppainen: Commentary
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Vol. 41, June 2006
Periodontal Tissue Engineering
Editors: P. Mark Bartold & Harold C. Slavkin
Vol. 42, October 2006
Microbiology of Periodontal Diseases: Genetics,
Polymicrobial Communities, Selected Pathogens
and Treatment
Editors: Anne D. Haffajee & Sigmund S. Socransky
Vol. 43, February 2007
Host Responses in Periodontal Disease
Editor: Isao Ishikawa
Vol. 44, June 2007
Human Diseases and Periodontology
Editor: Michael S. Reddy
Vol. 45, October 2007
Cellular and Molecular Determinants of
Susceptibility in Periodontal Diseases
Editor: Thomas E. Van Dyke
Vol. 46, February 2008
Pharmacology and Therapeutics in Periodontics
Editor: Robin A. Seymour
Vol. 47, June 2008
Current Issues in Implant Dentistry
Editor: Lars Sennerby
Vol. 48, October 2008
Home-use Preventative and Therapeutic Oral
Products
Editors: Nicola X. West & John M. Moran
Non-odontogenic Infections in Dentistry
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Contents
Medical Reviews
Genetic contributions to pain: a review of ndings in humans
The oral mucosa as a therapeutic target for xerostomia
Review Article
Auto-inammatory syndromes and oral health
Original Articles
Oxidative stress and myeloperoxidase levels in saliva of patients with
recurrent aphthous stomatitis
Multiplexed immunobead-based assay for detection of oral cancer
protein biomarkers in saliva
JunB as a potential mediator of PTHrP actions: new gene targets
Ephrin BI and VCAM-I
PI3K/Akt mediates expression of TNF-a mRNA and activation of
NF-kB in calyculin A-treated primary osteoblasts
Oral health care patterns and the history of miscarriage
Peroxiredoxin I is differentially expressed in multiple myelomas
and in plasmablastic lymphomas
Tooth abnormalities and soft tissue alterations in patients with
G/BBB syndrome
Salivary malondialdehyde levels in clinically healthy and periodontal
diseased individuals
Oral mucositis in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: analysis of 169
paediatric patients
Letters to the Editor
Malaria and oral complications
Linear IgA disease and desquamative gingivitis: time for inclusion in
mucous membrane pemphigoid
Linear IgA disease and desquamative gingivitis
673 RB Fillingim, MR Wallace, DM Herbstman,
M Ribeiro-Dasilva, R Staud
683 WR Thelin, MT Brennan, PB Lockhart, ML Singh,
PC Fox, AS Papas, RC Boucher
690 C Scully, T Hodgson, H Lachmann
700 F aglayan, Miloglu, O Altun, Erel,
AB Ylmaz
705 ME Arellano-Garcia, S Hu, J Wang, B Henson,
H Zhou, D Chia, DT Wong
713 JE Berry, GJ Pettway, KG Cordell, T Jin, NS Datta,
LK McCauley
727 L Qiu, L Zhang, L Zhu, D Yang, Z Li, K Qin, X Mi
734 A Heimonen, S-J Janket, JH Meurman,
J Furuholm, LK Ackerson, R Kaaja
741 APD Demasi, MHC Magalhes, C Furuse,
NS Arajo, JLC Junqueira, VC Arajo
747 G da Silva Dalben, A Richieri-Costa,
LA de Assis Taveira
754 J Khalili, HF Biloklytska
761 SLC Figliolia, DT Oliveira, MC Pereira, JRP Lauris,
AR Maurcio, DT Oliveira, ML Mello de Andrea
767 C Scully
768 D Torchia, M Caproni, P Fabbri
770 JC Leao, M Ingafou, A Khan, C Scully, S Porter
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Crispian Scully, UK
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2006: Vol. 21: No. 6: 341424
Oral Microbiology and Immunology
CONTENTS
Vol. 21 No. 6 December 2006
341 C. Verner, P. Lemaitre, A. Daniel, B. Giumelli, N. Lakhssassi
& M. Sixou
347 W. Sosroseno, M. Musa, M. Ravichandran, M. Fikri Ibrahim,
P. S. Bird & G. J. Seymour
353 M. Manfredi, M. J. McCullough, Z. M. Al-Karaawi, P. Vescovi
& S. R. Porter
360 J. Alayan, S. Ivanovski, E. Gemmell, P. Ford, S. Hamlet
& C. S. Farah
366 N. Takahashi, K. Ishihara, R. Kimizuka, K. Okuda & T. Kato
372 L. H. Guo, J. N. Shi, Y. Zhang, X. D. Liu, J. Duan & S. Wei
381 H. Uematsu, N. Sato, A. Djais & E. Hoshino
385 N. Suzuki, Y. Nakano & Y. Kiyoura
392 C. Patil, C. Rossa Jr & K. L. Kirkwood
399 K. Kubota, H. Sakaki, T. Imaizumi, H. Nakagawa, A. Kusumi,
W. Kobayashi, K. Satoh & H. Kimura
407 J. Martinez-Gomis, A. Diouf, N. Lakhssassi & M. Sixou
411 W. Sosroseno, P. S. Bird, E. Gemmell & G. J. Seymour
415 J. E. Umeda, C. Missailidis, P. L. Longo, D. Anzai, M. Wikstrm
& M. P. A. Mayer
420 E. Nagata, H. Okayama, H.-O. Ito, Y. Yamashita, M. Inoue
& T. Oho
Original articles
Carpegen real-time polymerase chain reaction vs. anaerobic culture
for periodontal pathogen identification
The role of cyclic-AMP on arginase activity by a murine macrophage
cell line (RAW264.7) stimulated with lipopolysaccharide from
Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans
Analysis of the strain relatedness of oral Candida albicans in patients
with diabetes mellitus using polymerase chain reaction-fingerprinting
Deficiency of iNOS contributes to Porphyromonas gingivalis-induced
tissue damage
The effects of tetracycline, minocycline, doxycycline and ofloxacin
on Prevotella intermedia biofilm
Identification of genetic differences between two clinical isolates of
Streptococcus mutans by suppression subtractive hybridization
Degradation of arginine by Slackia exigua ATCC 700122 and
Cryptobacterium curtum ATCC 700683
Characterizing the specific coaggregation between Actinobacillus
actinomycetemcomitans serotype c strains and Porphyromonas
gingivalis ATCC 33277
Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans lipopolysaccharide induces
interleukin-6 expression through multiple mitogen-activated protein
kinase pathways in periodontal ligament fibroblasts
Retinoic acid-inducible gene-I is induced in gingival fibroblasts by
lipopolysaccharide or poly IC: possible roles in interleukin-1b,
-6 and -8 expression
Short communications
Absence of Helicobacter pylori in the oral cavity of 10 non-dyspeptic
subjects demonstrated by real-time polymerase chain reaction
The role of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells on antibody production by murine
Peyer's patch cells following mucosal presentation of Actinomyces
viscosus
Adhesion and invasion to epithelial cells by fimA genotypes of
Porphyromonas gingivalis
Serotype-specific polysaccharide of Streptococcus mutans contributes
to infectivity in endocarditis
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Associate Editors
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ISSN:1601-6335
Available online at:
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Contents
M. Barlow, K. Kula 65
Factors influencing efficiency of sliding mechanics to close extraction space:
a systematic review
K. Hashimoto, R. Otsuka, A. Minato, M. Sato-Wakabayashi, J. Takada,
M.S. Inoue-Arai, J.J. Miyamoto, T. Ono, K. Ohyama, K. Moriyama 74
Short-term changes in temporomandibular joint function in subjects with
cleft lip and palate treated with maxillary distraction osteogenesis
E.A. Mugonzibwa, R. Eskeli, M.T. Laine-Alava, A.M. Kuijpers-Jagtman, C. Katsaros 82
Spacing and crowding among African and Caucasian children
M. Redlich, T. Weinstock, Y. Abed, R. Schneor, Y. Holdstein, A. Fischer 90
A new system for scanning, measuring and analyzing dental casts based on a
3D holographic sensor
F. Tabatabaie, L. Sonnesen, I. Kjr 96
The neurocranial and craniofacial morphology in children with solitary
median maxillary central incisor (SMMCI)
A. Watanabe, M. Yamaguchi, T. Utsunomiya, H. Yamamoto, K. Kasai 105
Histopathological changes in collagen and matrix metalloproteinase levels
in articular condyle of experimental model rats with jaw deformity
P.E. Jacobsen, I. Kjr, L. Sonnesen 119
Skull thickness in patients with skeletal deep bite
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Editor-in-Chief: Keith G. Smith, United Kingdom
Volume 1 | Issue 4 | November 2008
Ofcial Journal of British Association of Oral Surgeons
ORAL SURGERY
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EDITORIAL
Dental trauma a scientific field under rapid development
REVIEW ARTICLE
Retrospective clinical study of 90 avulsed permanent teeth in 58 children
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Epidemiology of traumatic dental injuries a 12 year review of the literature
Intrusive luxation of permanent incisors in Norwegians aged 617 years: a retrospective study of
treatment and outcome
Traumatic dental injuries in twins: Is there a genetic risk for dental injuries?
Factors affecting the timing of pulp extirpation in a sample of 66 replanted avulsed teeth in children
and adolescents
Microscopic evaluation of the effect of different storage media on the periodontal ligament of
surgically extracted human teeth
An ultrastructural study on indirect injury of dental pulp caused by high-speed missile projectile to
mandible in dogs
Occurrence of tooth injuries in patients treated in hospital environment in the region of Araatuba,
Brazil during a 6-year period
Analysis of the healing process in delayed tooth replantation after root canal filling with calcium
hydroxide, Sealapex and Endofill: a microscopic study in rats
Effect of root surface treatment with propolis and fluoride in delayed tooth replantation in rats
Pulp and periodontal healing of laterally luxated permanent teeth: results after 4 years
Dental trauma in an Australian rural centre
CASE REPORTS
Use of customized fiber posts for the aesthetic treatment of severely compromised teeth: a case
report
Conservative management of a dentigerous cyst secondary to primary tooth trauma
Intraradicular splinting of a horizontally fractured central incisor: a case report
Tooth injury by chewing a soft drink cans ring: a case report
Orthodontic space closure of lost traumatized anterior teeth case report
Orthodontic extrusion of a traumatically intruded permanent incisor: a case report with a 5-year
follow up
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Use of a cyanoacrylate ester adhesive for splinting of replanted teeth
Algorithm of first-aid management of dental trauma for medics and corpsmen
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
E-ONLY CASE REPORTS
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Multidiciplinary treatment of complicated subgingivally fractured permanent central incisors: two
case reports
Paediatric mandibular fractures: report of a case
The restoration of a maxillary central incisor fracture with the original crown fragment using a glass
fiber-reinforced post: a clinical report
Combined technique with glass-fibre-reinforced composite post and original fragment in restoration of
traumatized anterior teeth a case report
Facial and dental injuries due to dog bite in a 15-month-old child with sequelae in permanent teeth:
a case report
Sequelae to trauma to immature maxillary central incisors: a case report
Treatment of horizontal root-fractured maxillary incisors a case report
Calcific healing of a crown root fracture of a maxillary central incisor evaluated with spiral computed
tomography and hounsfield units: a case report
597 L. Andersson
598 V. Tzigkounakis, V. Merglov, H. Hecov & J. Netolick
603 U. Glendor
612 T. I. Wigen, R. Agnalt & I. Jacobsen
619 C. Wasmer, Y. Pohl & A. Filippi
625 C. J. Stewart, R. O. Elledge, M. J. Kinirons &
R. R. Welbury
628 H. A. de Sousa, A. H. G. de Alencar, K. F. Bruno,
A. C. Batista & A. C. P. de Carvalho
633 C. Ren, R. Liu, L. Tian, P. Chen & S. Zhou
640 J. L. Gulinelli, C. T. M. H. Saito, I. R. Garcia-Jnior,
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& L. P. Faverani
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J. L. Gulinelli & C. T. M. H. Saito
651 J. L. Gulinelli, S. R. Panzarini, C. M. R. de Sousa Fattah,
W. R. Poi, C. K. Sonoda, M. R. Negri & C. T. M. H. Saito
658 E. C. Ferrazzini Pozzi & T. von Arx
663 R. Lam, P. Abbott, C. Lloyd, C. Lloyd, E. Kruger &
M. Tennant
671 A. Savi, M. Manfredi, M. Tamani, M. Fazzi &
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676 J. O. Gondim, J. J. S. M. Neto, R. L. M. Nogueira &
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680 R. K. Sbay, M. O. Sbay, B. Ylmaz & M. Kayatas
685 Y. Zadik
687 L. Q. Closs, E. G. Reston, I. A. Vargas &
J. A. P. de Figueiredo
691 H. Snmez, E. S. Tun, . N. Dalc & I. Saroglu
695 M. R. Negri, S. R. Panzarini, W. R. Poi, C. K. Sonoda,
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Abfraction: separating fact from ction
Self-ligating brackets
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Periodontal therapy in diabetic patients
Detection of primary dentition caries
Photoelastic research on polyacetal resin
Mandibular movement during mastication
Complications with acute monocytic leukaemia
Static bone cavity
Rotational drift of mandibular third molars
Healing of a replanted incisor
Submandibular sialoliths
Data Watch Caries experience of private and public
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Occlusal caries detection in permanent molars according to
WHO basic methods, ICDAS II and laser fluorescence
measurements
Lifetime fluoridation exposure and dental caries experience
in a military population
Refining exposure definitions for studies of periodontal
disease and systemic disease associations
A2-year community-randomized controlled trial of fluoride
varnish to prevent early childhood caries in Aboriginal
children
COL1A2 gene polymorphisms (Pvu II and Rsa I), serum
calciotropic hormone levels, and dental fluorosis
Prevalence of hyposalivation in relation to general health,
body mass index and remaining teeth in different age
groups of adults
Is the oral health impact profile measuring up? Investigating
the scales construct validity using structural equation
modelling
Testing responsiveness to change for the early childhood
oral health impact scale (ECOHIS)
Oral health-related quality of life among HIV-infected and
at-risk women
Task division between dentists and dental hygienists in Norway
475 J. Khnisch, S. Berger, I. Goddon, H. Senkel, N. Pitts &
R. Heinrich-Weltzien
485 G. Mahoney, G. D. Slade, S. Kitchener & A. Barnett
493 R. T. Demmer, T. Kocher, C. Schwahn, H. Vlzke,
D. R. Jacobs Jr & M. Desvarieux
503 H. P. Lawrence, D. Binguis, J. Douglas, L. McKeown,
B. Switzer, R. Figueiredo & A. Laporte
517 H. Huang, Y. Ba, L. Cui, X. Cheng, J. Zhu, Y. Zhang,
P. Yan, C. Zhu, B. Kilfoy & Y. Zhang
523 H. Flink, M. Bergdahl, . Tegelberg, A. Rosenblad &
F. Lagerlf
532 S. R. Baker, B. Gibson & D. Locker
542 S. Li, S. Malkinson, J. Veronneau & P. J. Allison
549 R. Mulligan, H. Seirawan, M. E. Alves, M. Navazesh,
J. A. Phelan, D. Greenspan, J. S. Greenspan &
W. J. Mack
558 B. Abelsen & J. A. Olsen
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