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   2001| January-March  | Volume 4 | Issue 1  
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Incidence Of Dental Caries In School Going Children Of Amritsar City

January-March 2001, 4(1):6-19
It is very important to control caries in school going children. An attempt has been made by conducting the survey, in school going children in Amritsar city, so as to know various contributing factors for the initiation and progress of dental caries in children. As all most of the children taking sweets were having carious teeth and only 31 children out of 1050 examined were not in the habit of taking sweets, the situation is quite alarming. Among the children taking sweets the maximum number was of children taking sweets thrice daily, whereas children taking fruit regularly showed very less lesions as compare to children not taking fruits. Hence, awareness must be brought among the children regarding their dietary habits and bad effect of sticky diet must be brought in their notice, so that healthy children can make healthy nation.
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Evaluation Of Shear Bond Strength Of Three Resin Composites With Three Different Dentin Adhesives – An Invitro Study

January-March 2001, 4(1):20-25
Bond strength of dentin bonding agents may depend on the choice of the restorative materials. It is common in clinical practice to use a composite resin of one manufacturer and adhesive of another. The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether any variations in bond strength occurred when this was done. Shear bond analysis was done for seven groups. Three groups, in which manufactures recommendations were followed and four groups when a combination of products was used. The result showed that higher shear bond values are achieved when the manufacturers recommendations are followed.
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President’s Message

January-March 2001, 4(1):4-4
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Treatment Of Large Periapical Lesions In Posterior Teeth : Conservative V/S Surgical Approach

January-March 2001, 4(1):26-35
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Editorial

January-March 2001, 4(1):3-3
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Dental Research Abstracts

January-March 2001, 4(1):36-39
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