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  • Review Article Universal access
    January 10, 2019

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    Mercury is a silvery, odourless, highly volatile, metallic element, which is in liquid form at room temperature. If ingested, mercury is highly toxic to health. Mercury exposure from occupational, environmental and contaminated food is a significant threat to public health. A number of health products do involve mercury, such as sphygmomanometers, thermometers, GIT devices and dental amalgams. Being handled in a number of equipments, accidental mercury spills are not uncommon...
  • Short Communication Universal access
    November 24, 2018

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    In September, HAEi South Eastern Europe Workshop was held in the Republic of Macedonia, which was attended by experts from the US HAEA Angioedema Center at UC San Diego, patient organizations and patient group from Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey. Bruce Zurraw and Sandra Christiansen talked about HAE fundamentals and currently available treatments. HAEi SEE countries regional patient advocate talked about patients’ mental wellbeing and advocating for quality of life...
  • Commentary Universal access
    October 22, 2018

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    Adult patients are often averse to wearing traditional fixed appliances with wires, bands and brackets. Invisalign system makes it possible for orthodontists to offer adult patients requiring full mouth orthodontic treatment an esthetically agreeable solution using computer assisted technology that produces a series of plastic overlays. Clear plastic overlay appliances take variety of form: Retainers, night guards, TMJ splints and bleaching trays...
  • Editorial Universal access
    October 22, 2018

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    Globally there is an alarming increase the work related stress in every field. Dentists are exposed to many occupational hazards which if neglected can result in some staid long-term ergonomical problems [1]. The popular [2] terms Ergonomics can be defined as ‘’an applied science concerned with designing and arranging things people use so that the people and things interact most efficiently and safely [3]. A successful oral and dental health practice [4,5], fully depends on the health of dentists, if he or she suffers from Musculo Skeletal Disorders (MSDs) due to ergonomical hazards, definitely the outcome of the practice would be decreased and can negatively affect on social and economical status [6]...
  • Short Communication Universal access
    October 15, 2018

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    The oldest dental treatment dates back to 14000 years. It was a dental cavity carved in a molar discovered in Italy. The first dental implant was discovered by Laplace in 1954. It was a 7000-year-old prehistorical osteointegrated dental prosthesis: a right maxillary second premolar was replaced by a bony element of unknown origin. The first dentist known by his name was Hesirein Ancient Egypt (around 2700 BC), bearing the honorary title of wr-ibh-swnw ("Great one of the dentists and physicians")...