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Editorial - (2016) Volume 2, Issue 2

Handling Complex Dental Issues using Periodontics and Prosthodontics Advancements

Allauddin Siddiqi*

School of Dentistry and Health Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Orange NSW 2800, Australia

*Corresponding Author:
Allauddin Siddiqi
School of Dentistry and Health Sciences, Charles Sturt University, Orange NSW 2800, Australia

Received date: August 01, 2016; Accepted date: August 05, 2016; Published date: August 08, 2016

Citation: Siddiqi A. Handling Complex Dental Issues using Periodontics and Prosthodontics Advancements. Periodon Prosthodon. 2016, 2:2.doi: 10.21767/2471-3082.100020

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The Journal of Periodontics and Prosthodontics is an emerging international open access journal that adheres to stringent peer review process and provides the reader to integrate theory into practice. Recent Volume 2, Issue 2 of this journal covers research studies related to tissue integration of dental implants, periodontium, alveolar bone healing, regeneration and the clinical aspects of tooth replacement and dental implants, and clinical epidemiology, and oral implantology.

Nazzal et al. presented a study that described the effects of vitamin D and a non-calcemic vitamin D analog on gingival epithelial cell proliferation and LL-37 production. The study developed an in vitro wound healing model which determined the vitamin D and the vitamin D analog aided increased production of LL-37 up to 20-30% [1]. The paper highlights the relation of vitamin D and wound healing. Assila and colleagues presented a case study on the reattachment of a crown fragment and presented as an immediate esthetic alternative. They mentioned that the factors like intact edges of the fractured fragment, access to the fracture line, and an adequate isolation during the procedure play a key role in finding a successful alternative treatment [2]. Sergeevna et al. discussed the restoration of chewing function and facial ethics in extensive atrophy bone and persistent ischemic hypoxia maxillofacial zone through dental implants [3]. Luthra reported a different aspect of the oral rehabilitation of completely edentulous patient. They rehabilitated the patient with an implant supported overdenture in mandible and a complete denture in the maxilla [4]. Kinaia et al. discussed a case of gingival display around dental implants and natural teeth and managed it using an unusual approach [5].

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