Dental Poster Journal

Current Issue (Vol 10, NO. 2, February 2021 Issue)

6. POSTER JOURNAL

Varnika Yadav, Shreya, Vandita, Praveen Singh Samant, Raju Chauhan

Endodontic cryotherapy: A review of current status, potential sequelae, and call for action

Year:2021 | Month:February | Volume:10 | Number:2 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
Patients undergoing endodontic treatment may develop post-endodontic pain, which can be attributed due to several factors such as: during chemo-mechanical preparation, an extrusion of debris (dentinal), irrigants, and micro- organisms beyond an apical limit might produce inflammation1. The utmost priority in such situations would be to manage the pain. Prevalence of post endodontic treatment pain is estimated to be from 1.5% to 50% or more1.

Keywords: Cryotherapy; Cold Application; Irrigation; Post-Operative Pain.

How to cite this article: Yadav V, Shreya,Vandita, Samant PS, Chauhan R. - Endodontic cryotherapy: A review of current status, potential sequelae, and call for action,PosterJ 2021; 10(2):6.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.103

Conflict of interest: None declared


5. POSTER JOURNAL

Shreya,Varnika Yadav, Praveen Singh Samant,Vipul Srivastava

Surrogate therapy and electrospun recuperation- The new anticipation

Year:2021 | Month:February | Volume:10 | Number:2 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
The oral cavity is an intricate environment wherein a rich and differing microbial community is existing1. Literature has proven Streptococcus mutans as the important causative operator for the initiation of dental caries, which might be principally due to its adherence capacity to the tooth surface and acid production2. Despite utilizing the traditional approaches3, newer approaches for the prevention against dental caries or managing the lost dental tissues if it has already occurred, are highly desirable to reinforce the existing ones.

Keywords: Dental Caries Prevention; Electrospinning; Nanofibers; Replacement Therapy; Streptococcus Mutans

How to cite this article: Shreya, Yadav V, Samant PS, Srivastava V. - Fight Corona,PosterJ 2021; 10(2):5.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.102

Conflict of interest: None declared


4. POSTER JOURNAL

Sonali Jain, Srinkhala,Praveen Singh Samant, Nur Fatma

Artificial intelligence: A blooming boon

Year:2021 | Month:February | Volume:10 | Number:2 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
John Mc Carthy in 1956 coined the term 'Artificial Intelligence.' Artificial intelligence is a combination of science and engineering concerned with the computational knowledge of intelligent behavior and creating artifacts that mimic such behavior1 like face recognition, replicating human actions, and maybe feel-just as humans do. Artificial Intelligence relies on the likelihood that machines can utilize accessible data and reasons to solve problems like humans2 and it forecast intelligent systems capable to respond according to their surroundings and the measures to augment their odds of success 3.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence; Artificial Neural Network; Deep Learning; Dentistry Machine Learning

How to cite this article: Jain S, Srinkhala, Samant PS, Fatma N. - Artificial intelligence: A blooming boon,PosterJ 2021; 10(2):4.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.101

Conflict of interest: None declared


3. POSTER JOURNAL

Varnika Yadav, Praveen Singh Samant

Fight Corona

Year:2021 | Month:February | Volume:10 | Number:2 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
One of the major micro-organisms that target the respiratory system of humans is a coronavirus. SARA-CoV (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) and MERS-CoV (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) are the precursory outbreaks of coronaviruses. Lots of people were hospitalized due to the sign and symptoms of pneumonia that too of unrevealed etiology, in late December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China1. In a few weeks this infectious disease spread across China and around the world. This disease was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the World Health Organization, on 30th January 2020 and hence, named as 'Coronavirus Disease 2019' caused by 'Novel Coronavirus' on 12th February 20202.

Keywords: Aerosols, COVID-19, Pneumonia, Novel Coronavirus, Teledentistry, Transmission, Wuhan.

How to cite this article: Yadav V, Samant PS. - Fight Corona,PosterJ 2021; 10(2):3.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.100

Conflict of interest: None declared


2. POSTER JOURNAL

Srinkhala, Sonali Jain, Praveen Singh Samant, Kishan Agarwal

Human Amniotic Membrane: Sprouting Life

Year:2021 | Month:February | Volume:10 | Number:2 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
The human amniotic membrane (hAM) is an absorbable, biocompatible collagen-based matrix procured from the human placenta1. Over the previous decade, the advancement of tissue designing, alongside new acellularization conventions; reworked this biomaterial into a modulatory matrix for regenerative medicine2. The hAM possesses a wide array of properties namely anti-microbial, anti-fibrotic, and anti-inflammatory pertaining to the presence of various growth factors and mesenchymal stem cells which decreases the secretion of proinflammatory cytokines3-4. Another essential property of this extracellular matrix for tissue designing applications is its capacity of cellular multiplication, differentiation, and cell attachment5. This exceptional arrangement of natural and biochemical properties along with its boundless accessibility and diminished cost have formed hAM into a biomaterial of choice.

Keywords: Amniotic Membrane; Biological Scaffolds; Dental Pulp Regeneration; Guided Tissue Regeneration; Tissue Engineering.

How to cite this article: Srinkhala, Jain S, Samant PS, Agarwal K. - Human Amniotic Membrane: Sprouting Life,PosterJ 2021; 10(2):2.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.099

Conflict of interest: None declared


1. POSTER JOURNAL

Ashwini P Bhangale, Meenal N Gulve

Non-surgical management of a periapical cyst: A case report

Year:2021 | Month:February | Volume:10 | Number:2 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
Periapical lesions are perhaps triggered by bacterial activity1. The endodontic microbes are most often obligate anaerobes; they efficaciously subdue the cellular and molecular host defense mechanism i.e. Neutrophils, Macrophages, Lymphocytes, and osteoclasts, cytokines, interferon, eicosanoids, and growth factors; with their virulence factors such endotoxins, enzymes, and modulins to produce the periapical pathology2. There is variability observed in the periapical lesions, which include periapical abscess, periapical cyst, and periapical granuloma depending on its appearance and symptoms3,4.

Keywords: Calcium Hydroxide, Non-Surgical Management, Periapical Cyst.

How to cite this article: Bhangale AP, Gulve MN. - Non-surgical management of a periapical cyst: A case report,PosterJ 2021; 10(2):1.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.098

Conflict of interest: None declared