Dental Clinical Research Journal

This is a peer-reviewed, open access journal for modern dentistry. The journal is devoted to all aspects of dentistry with a focus on the description of new scientific methods. Dental materials, materials to prevent or limit caries and caries diagnostics are focus topics, too.

Dental Research Journal

Dental Research Journal is focused on the advancement and benefit of the dental industry in the United States. Currently, we are trying to assess the impact of a prolonged recession in our economy on dentists across the country in general and in large metro areas in particular. Dental care, unlike primary health care, is more dependent on discretionary spending capability of consumers. The goal of the Dental Research Group is to find from dentists the impact on their office revenues, production, and collection and survey the methods undertaken by various dental providers to fend off the revenue decline.

  • To support its research efforts, Dental Research Group accepts sponsorship from private organizations as well as dentists.
  • For dentists, we can perform an online survey for your patients so that you can understand what aspects of your services need improvement and attention.
  • For companies marketing products and services to dentists and dental clinics, we can conduct a survey to know the preference of dentists for the services you provide.

Most of the dental clinical research resources are available online. These are available in the shape of publications, journals, and links to international dental congresses. A great deal of resources focuses on clinical research for dental professionals who want to keep themselves updated about the latest developments. On the other hand, the general public also has access to patient focus research. Such research is basically focused on providing motivation and providing insight into the latest products that patients can use to their advantage.

In-House Projects

  1. A study on the “Prevalence of Periodontal Disease among Diabetics” was conducted in collaboration with M.V. Diabetes Hospital, Gopalapuram.
  2. Field study on “Salivary flow rate and diabetes” was conducted in collaboration with M.V. Diabetes Hospital, Royapuram.
  3. A qualitative study on the “Prevalence of Tobacco Use” was conducted in 11 villages in Sriperambudur Taluk. The knowledge, attitude, and behavior of the villagers were studied by in-depth interviews and focused group discussions.
  4. Oral Tissue Culture Lab was set up and a lymphocyte culture process was started on 29th June 2005 and the procedure was successfully standardized by November 2005. More than 100 metaphases per slide could be scored and the chromosomes showed good spreading and optimum staining.
  5. Study of “Phenotypic alterations in Buccal Mucosal Fibroblasts from Normal, Chewers and Oral Submucous Fibrosis individuals – a Cell Culture Study” was conducted by Dr. Deepu George Mathew, post-graduate Ragas Dental College and Hospital.
  6. The co-relation between Salivary Glucose and Serum Glucose levels for Pilot Study.
  7. “A Comparative Study on the Cytotoxic Effect of Triclosan, Chlorhexidine and Sodium Fluoride mouth rinses on human Gingival Mucosal Fibroblasts”, in vitro, at varying concentrations and time intervals.
  8. “Comparative Study on Toxicity of Four Root-End Filling Materials (WMTA, GMTA, IRM, GIC) on Human Buccal Mucosal Fibroblast: an in vitro study”
  9. “Comparative Evaluation of the Cytotoxicity of two Therapeutic Agents on Human Oral Fibroblasts, at Varying Concentrations and Time Intervals: an in vitro study”.
  10. An in vitro study on the “Cytotoxic effect of pro root MTA and Chlorhexidine on human buccal fibroblasts, with focus on apoptosis by flow cytometric analysis”
  11. Analysis of Aloe vera following Avulsion
  12. A study of the effectiveness of honey & Sugar solution as a storage medium for avulsed teeth
  13. Cytotoxicity of root canal sealer and root canal irrigants on the culture of human PDL fibroblasts by tryphan Blue Dye exclusion assay.
  14. The effect of non centrifuged platelet-rich concentrate and Dexamethasone on cultured Human Periodontal Ligament cells- In vitro.
  15. Comparative evaluation of cytotoxicity of endodontic irrigants – Chlorhexidine, NaOCl, and Neem Extract.

A dental research institute would normally upload information separately for clinicians and patients. Clinicians need to be informed of the latest thinking in the field of dental science, For example, there is a need for clinicians to know about comparative data regarding release of fluoride from different sources and uptake from substances applied on a toothbrush for cleaning teeth. Patients, on the other hand, can derive huge benefits by learning more about oral hygiene and avoid the most common health problem that humans come across in a lifetime.

A journal of dental research and science is another resource for accessing the latest research on the subject. Dental journals medical journals that publish original and peer-reviewed research on various topics related to dental hygiene, products, teeth cleaning and surgery and related topics. The basic purpose of these journals is to voice concerns of dentists and provide the latest information to patients regarding inroads made in the field of dentistry.

For example, very little is known to the general public regarding dental implants. Dental implants are part of prosthetic dentistry that is involved in the use of artificial body parts for tooth root replacement. Out of the two types of dental implants, osseointegrated implant is more successful than fibrointegrated implants. Whether or not you have enough bone in the jaw that is also strong enough to hold and support the implant determines the success of implant procedures. Access to dental implant research provides relevant information of this sort and much more.

Great inroads have been made in dental research and the process is still continuing. From the when days ancient Egyptians used powdered salt, mint leaves, pepper and iris flowers in toothpaste, toothpaste technology has changed to a great extent. Today you have a wide range of ingredients in toothpaste and each ingredient has its own benefits. Toothpaste with anti-bacterial and pH restoration, caries preventive, desensitizing ingredients are widely available. You also have a choice of different types of abrasives, flavors, and gums. All this is due to extensive research in the field of dental health over the last fifty years. Besides the science of toothpaste, dental research also focuses on enamel protection, oral odor, tooth whitening, and gingival health.