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Preliminary Antiplaque Efficacy of Aloe Vera Mouthwash on 4 Day Plaque Re-Growth Model: Randomized Control Trial
Background Due to increasing resistance to antibiotics and rising incidence of oral diseases, there is a need for alternative treatment modalities to combat oral diseases. The aim of the presentExpand
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A randomized controlled clinical trial of Ocimum sanctum and chlorhexidine mouthwash on dental plaque and gingival inflammation
Background: Periodontal diseases are ubiquitous, affecting all dentate animals. Regular methods for controlling it have been found to be ineffective, which have paved the way for the use of herbalExpand
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Sublethal effects of heavy metals on biochemical composition and their recovery in Indian major carps.
Studies were conducted to assess the effects of sublethal exposure of heavy metals cadmium, arsenic and zinc for 45 days on Indian major carps, Labeo rohita, Cirrhinus mrigala and Catla catla. HeavyExpand
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Cluster Based Partition Approach for Mining Frequent Itemsets
Summary Data Mining is the process of extracting interesting and previously unknown patterns and correlations form huge data stored in databases. Association rule mining- a descriptive miningExpand
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Effect of Aloe vera mouthwash on periodontal health: triple blind randomized control trial.
BACKGROUND With the increasing incidence of periodontal diseases and development of antibiotic resistance, the global need for alternative treatment modalities, safe, effective, and economicalExpand
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Comparative evaluation of honey, chlorhexidine gluconate (0.2%) and combination of xylitol and chlorhexidine mouthwash (0.2%) on the clinical level of dental plaque: A 30 days randomized control trial
Aim: To compare the effect of honey, chlorhexidine mouthwash and combination of xylitol chewing gum and chlorhexidine mouthwash on the dental plaque level. Materials and Methods: Ninety healthyExpand
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Knowledge regarding prescription of drugs among dental students: A descriptive study
Introduction: The act of indicating one or more drugs to be taken by the patient, its dosage, and the interval of the treatment is known as prescribing. It is a dynamic and individualized clinicalExpand
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Comparative Evaluation of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Therapy and Conventional Therapy Use for Musculoskeletal Disorders Management and Its Association with Job Satisfaction among
Musculoskeletal problems have become a significant issue in the profession of dentistry. There are currently no recommended effective disease-preventing and modifying remedies. High prevalence ratesExpand
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Acupuncture (針灸 Zhēn Jiǔ) – An Emerging Adjunct in Routine Oral Care
Acupuncture (針灸 Zhēn Jiǔ) (′acus′ (needle) + ′punctura′ (to puncture)) is the stimulation of specific points along the skin of the body involving various methods such as penetration by thin needlesExpand
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Dental Caries and Their Treatment Needs in 3-5 Year Old Preschool Children in a Rural District of India
Background: Dental problems in the preschool children are neglected by their parents as the deciduous teeth are going to shed off, and hence considered to be of no importance and more of economicExpand
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