A Retrospective Study of the AL Technology Implant System used for Single-Tooth Replacement

International Journal of Oral and Craniofacial Science

Research Article

Objective: The objective of this retrospective study was to evaluate the success rate of
AL-Technology implants used for single tooth replacement after a minimum of three years of loading at Center for Dentistry, Research & Aesthetics, Jatt, Almothalat, Israel.
Method: Dental records for 43patients who underwent single tooth replacement using
AL-Technology implant system at Center for Dentistry, Research & Aesthetics, Jatt, Almothalath, Israel during a three years period (2010-2012) were retrospectively analyzed. Only implants that were functioning for at least three years were included.
A Retrospective Study of the AL Technology Implant System used for Single-Tooth Replacement

Outcomes following total Laryngectomy for Squamous Cell Carcinoma at a Singapore Tertiary Referral Centre

Archives of Otolaryngology and Rhinology

Research Article

Objectives: To evaluate the clinical outcomes and complications following total laryngectomy in a South-East Asian Population.

http://www.peertechz.com/Otolaryngology-Rhinology/pdf/AOR-2-121.pdf

Outcomes following total Laryngectomy for Squamous Cell Carcinoma at a Singapore Tertiary Referral Centre

A New Insight on the Symbiotic Association between the Fan Mussel Pinna Rudis and the Shrimp Pontonia Pinnophylax in the Azores (NE Atlantic)

Global Journal of Zoology

Short Communication

Bivalves Pinnidae are typical hosts of Pontoniinae shrimps. Several species of this family were documented to harbor these decapods inside their shells, especially shrimps from the genus Pontonia [1,2].

http://www.peertechz.com/Zoology/pdf/GJZ-1-101.pdf

A New Insight on the Symbiotic Association between the Fan Mussel Pinna Rudis and the Shrimp Pontonia Pinnophylax in the Azores (NE Atlantic)

Cancer Stem Cells and Nanomedicine

Peertechz Journal of Cytology and Pathology

Review Article

In humans, as in all forms of multicellular life, tissue regeneration
is a physiological process of cell renewal necessary for the survival of
the organism. For tissues such as blood and skin is a daily replacement
with younger cells that replace the old ones. In other tissues, such
as brain and heart, this replacement is much more reduced. At the
base of these regenerative processes there are populations of reserve
cells located in different tissues, the more abundant the greater the
regenerative capacity and the necessity of that tissue.
Cancer Stem Cells and Nanomedicine

Root Canal Disinfection Potential of 5.25% Sodium Hypochlorite, 2% Chlorhexidine and 810nm Diode Laser-A Comparative In vitro Antimicrobial Study

International Journal of Oral and Craniofacial Science

Research Article

Background: The eradication of persisting bacteria, such as Enterococcus faecalis, is crucial for the long-term preservation of the endodontically treated tooth.

Context and Purpose of the study: The aim of this research was to evaluate and compare the root canal disinfection potential of 5.25% sodium hypochlorite, 2% chlorhexidine gluconate and 810nm diode laser against control.

Results: A djunctive use of chemical disinfection by either 5.25% sodium hypochlorite or 2% chlorhexidine led to 100% microbial eradication as against diode laser which achieved 97.7% reduction as compared to baseline microbial count and 68.42% reduction after mechanical cleaning at the same dilutions.

Main findings: Chemicals used in the study achieved greater disinfection than diode laser irradiation.

http://www.peertechz.com/Oral-Craniofacial-Science/pdf/IJOCS-2-116.pdf

Root Canal Disinfection Potential of 5.25% Sodium Hypochlorite, 2% Chlorhexidine and 810nm Diode Laser-A Comparative In vitro Antimicrobial Study

Jean-Joseph Dubois-Foucou (1747-1830), Napoleon’s Personal Dentist

Journal of Dental Problems and Solutions

Research Article

Jean-Joseph Dubois-Foucou was born in Toulon on February 19, 1748. He studied surgery in the hospital of the same town and in the “Hopital de la Charite”, the current University of Medicine.

http://www.peertechz.com/Dental-Problems-Solutions/pdf/JDPS-3-129.pdf

Jean-Joseph Dubois-Foucou (1747-1830), Napoleon’s Personal Dentist