Dental Poster Journal

Current Issue (Vol 10, NO. 3, March 2021 Issue)

2. POSTER JOURNAL

Saurabhachandra balkrishna Pawar, Vittaldas Shetty, Kadambari Ambildhok, Ketaki Bhor

Dentist: A Gate Keeper of General Health

Year:2021 | Month:March | Volume:10 | Number:3 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
A Developing country like India is experiencing a rapid transition with a rising burden of Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), conjointly called as chronic diseases. To date, the world NCD response has targeted on the four major diseases as Cancer, diabetes, chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease and Cardiovascular diseases. Apart from that there are asthma, stroke, peripheral artery disease are also serious non communicable disease. Oral diseases and different NCDs share modifiable risk factors such as tobacco, bidi, cigarettes, alcohol, betal nut, and in addition unhealthy diets or lifestyle. The initiative against NCDs provides a unique opportunity for the oral health community to develop innovative policies for better recognition of oral health, as well as to directly contribute to the fight against NCDs and their risk factors1.

Keywords: General Health; Non- Communicable Diseases; Oral Health; Oral Health Policies; Tobacco

How to cite this article: Pawar S B, Shetty V, Ambildhok K, Bhor K. - Dentist: A Gate Keeper of General Health,PosterJ 2021; 10(3):02.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.114

Conflict of interest: None declared


How to cite this article: Pawar S B, Shetty V, Ambildhok K, Bhor K. - Dentist: A Gate Keeper of General Health,PosterJ 2021; 10(3):02.


1. POSTER JOURNAL

Shashank Tangutur, Sukrit Sumant, Theerthika Dillibabu

Seal and Heal

Year:2021 | Month:March | Volume:10 | Number:3 | Pages No:1-2



Commentary:
Tissue adhesives and sealants are liquid or semiliquid compounds that are applied on a tissue incisions to close the wound surfaces, adhere to soft tissues and provide haemostasis. It can comprise of natural substances, synthetic chemicals, in the form of monomers or polymers, and undergoes polymerization or crosslinking reactions to function as an insoluble adhesive matrix, when applied onto tissue and biomimetic tissue adhesives1,2.

Keywords: Tissue Adhesives; Biomimetic Adhesives ; Haemostasis

How to cite this article: Tangutur S, Sumant S,Dillibabu T - Seal and Heal,PosterJ 2021; 10(3):01.

Source of support: Nil.

DOI: 10.15713/ins.dpj.113

Conflict of interest: None declared


How to cite this article: Tangutur S, Sumant S,Dillibabu T - Seal and Heal,PosterJ 2021; 10(3):01.