Scientific research on Dental Anatomy
Dental anatomy is a field of anatomy which deals with the morphology of teeth, their location, position and relationships without the use of a microscope. It includes development, appearance and classification of teeth. Their developing bodies need a focus on preventative care even more so than with adults. Problems identified and treated in childhood and adolescence can effect a lifetime of either good or poor dental health. Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. It provides both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral health care. The possibility of inserting dental implants within jawbones in order to replace missing teeth profoundly has changed dental treatment. Nowadays; there is an increased interest in dental implantology with less invasive surgical procedures and immediate oral rehabilitation. One-stage surgical approach with immediate loading makes possible immediate oral rehabilitation which has proved good results on long-term .The key factor associated to the success of the immediately loaded implants seems to be related to the absence of movement of 100 𝜇m or more just after their placement and intraoral splinting of implant abutments just after implants placement stabilizes implants and reduces the range of implants' movement. Immediate fixation of implants' abutments is possible with intraoral welding (IOW). During welding titanium wire is permanently connected to implant abutment. The welding between the titanium wire and the implants' abutments permits an immediate and stable framework which provides support for temporary or long-term restorations. Intraoral welding of titanium framework allows oral rehabilitation with fixed temporary or long-term prosthesis in the same day with surgery which leads to multiple advantages due to reduced number of appointments, decreased chance of errors and damage, significantly lower cost, high rate of patient acceptance. Intraoral welding is possible with a laser device - intraoral laser welding (ILW) or by electric resistance welding – intraoral welding (IOW). Electric resistance welding was introduced by Pier Luigi Mondani in 1976 and then developed and perfected and is based on the creation of an electric arc between two electrodes under an argon gas flux and it is called “syncristallisation” Impact Factor is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a given period of time. The impact factor is used as standard dimension and the relative importance of a scientific journal within its field. The Impact Factor is calculated by several scientific methods including citation analysis. Dental Health: Current Research emerges as a best indexed journal with impact factor compared to other competitive journals focusing dental disease and other dental studies by bringing up the recent research to global scientific community through its publications. The papers submitted are undergone through perfect plagiarism checks later peer reviewed by the expert group and published after through revisions.