December 2011

Volume 28, Issue 4

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Editorial - Early Childhood Caries: a complex problem requiring a complex intervention 254-254 £10 single article
Why has oral health promotion and prevention failed children requiring general anaesthesia for dental extractions? 255-258 £10 single article
The relationship between dental care and perceived oral health impacts 259-264 £10 single article
Is the shortened dental arch an underused treatment strategy in the Republic of Ireland? 265-268 £10 single article
Predictors of utilisation of dental care services in a nationally representative sample of adults 269-273 £10 single article
Applicability of both dentist and patient perceptions of dentists’ explanations to the evaluation of dentist–patient communication 274-279 £10 single article
Oral health behaviour of urban and semi-urban schoolchildren in the Lao PDR 280-285 £10 single article
Evaluation of a preventive program based on caries risk among mentally challenged children using the Cariogram model 286-291 £10 single article
The effect of a modified fluoride toothpaste technique on buccal enamel caries in adults with high caries prevalence: a 2-year clinical trial 292-296 £10 single article
Association of clinical oral health status with self-rated oral health and GOHAI in Japanese adults 297-300 £10 single article
Prevalence of periodontopathogens in a black Brazilian secluded community matched with a black urban population 301-304 £10 single article
Association of pulp stones with coronary artery stenosis 305-307 £10 single article
Incisor trauma in a Turkish preschool population: Prevalence and socio-economic risk factors 308-312 £10 single article
Malocclusion and orthodontic treatment need measured by the Dental Aesthetic Index and its association with dental caries in Indian schoolchildren 313-316 £10 single article

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