Abstracts in

Oral Communication for Local Hatton Competition

2017 Tunisian Section Meeting (Monastir, Tunisia), 2017, Monastir, Tunisia

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Anatomical situation of the greater palatine foramen: a study of 150 CBCT Final Pr. ID: -
Asymptomatic oral Candida carriage and antifungal susceptibility profile of HIV positive patients: a case-control study Final Pr. ID: -
Cone-beam computed tomography study of root and canal morphology of maxillary and mandibular molars in a Tunisian population Final Pr. ID: -
Creating a mobile application to make diagnosis and treatment of vital tooth discoloration easier Final Pr. ID: -
Depth Assessment of White Spot Lesions: Interobserver and intraobserver variability Final Pr. ID: -
Effectiveness of micro-abrasion on enamel white lesions according to preoperative transillumination status : a clinical study. Final Pr. ID: -
Efficacy of buccal infiltration and intra-septal injection as supplemental technique to the IAN Block in mandibular molars with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis: a comparative clinical study Final Pr. ID: -
Histopathology Distribution of Oral Lesions: a 7-year retrospective study Final Pr. ID: -
Location And Diameter Of The Alveolar Antral Artery: a radiographic Study. Final Pr. ID: -
Oral Health Status and Preterm Delivery: Is There a Relationship? Final Pr. ID: -
Orthodontic treatment and caries risk: Study of salivary changes Final Pr. ID: -
Panoramic radiography and 3D exploration findings in preoperative examination of impacted mandibular third molars. Final Pr. ID: -
Prevalence and outcome of cervico-facial tuberculosis in Sfax, Tunisia. Final Pr. ID: -
Prevalence and reasons for Permanent Teeth Extraction in a Tunisian Population: a prospective study Final Pr. ID: -
Prevalence of M2M Distal Caries and other Pathologies Related To Impacted Mandibular Third Molar: a Retrospective Study of 801 Clinical Records Final Pr. ID: -
Symptoms associated with teething and mother practice in Tunisia. Final Pr. ID: -
validity of Demirgian and Willems methods for dental age estimation of Tunisian children aged 5-15 years Final Pr. ID: -
Wilson curve‘s features in Tunisian population Final Pr. ID: -
Found 18 abstracts.
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