The idea of CPQ Dentistry Scholar’s Issue aims to coalesce ongoing, progressive research in the fields pertinent to dentistry. As the scientific world is moving with a vast research, exhibiting the ideas and concepts of scientists on a platform is also important for future generation that finally results in an outcome of healthy society. In light of these challenges, this scholar’s issue intends to bring state-of-the-art research and developments in dentistry. Researchers are invited to contribute articles that seek to understand the various concepts, address those challenges, and provide future improvements in this research domain. Oral care is a broad term that pertains to a system that involves the maintenance and improvement of health services in order to cater the medical and clinical demands of the people. The ever growing demands of the people, particularly the patients, has been widely recognized and cannot be undermine. In fact, if we take a look back in the past centuries, the vast range of changes that has happened and continues to happen in the modern society is clearly seen globally. These kinds of changes involve the advancement of health care system and services that is a result of the innovation of technology. As the world population grows day by day, importance of health is considered to be one of the top priorities in this modern society.
Therefore, we invite you scientists to submit an article on your topic of interest that can range from a paragraph up to five pages. The journal requests a nominal fee of only $199.00 to support the gold open access policy.
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The tooth is a part of the body’s health system. A tooth can directly or indirectly affect human health. Many diseases and even cardiovascular diseases in premature children are associated with dental diseases. Mothers with severe gum disease and acute gingival infections, the babies who give birth usually have a low weight. We do not feel these connections directly.
The possibility of tooth eruption can be seen from the age of five months, and the first primary teeth that will be erupted are [..] READ MORE