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Home / Journals / International Journal of Dental Medicine / Theoretical Hypothesis for Dental Clinical Practice
Theoretical Hypothesis for Dental Clinical Practice
Lead Guest Editor:
Ilma Robo
Department of Periodontology, Albanian University, Tirane, Albania
Guest Editors
Luan Mavriqi
Department of Periodontology, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Albanian University
Tirane, Albania
Department of Dental Nurse, Polytechnic of Health of Tasikmalaya
Tasikmalaya, West Java, Indonesia
Meltem Mert Eren
Department of Dentistry, Istanbul Kemerburgaz University
Istanbul, Turkey
Orion Haas Junior
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS)
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Ilma Robo
Department of Periodontology, Albanian University
Tirane, Albania
Introduction
Theoretical Hypothesis for Dental Clinical Practice will include coverage with the latest of the theoretical new ones in the field of dentistry, applied in small samples of patients to prove the clinical results shown in the report that valuable data advantage / disadvantage of clinical outcomes.

The goal of Theoretical Hypothesis for Dental Clinical Practice is to opposite two authors, in the relevant field, that will write about the same topic, without communicating with one another. They will right on perspective about how they see the technical application dental clinic, which is included in the default theme, will be accompanied by counseling and theoretical hypothesis, to achieve improvements in the direction of the item selected.

Aims and Scope:
Two different points of view on the same working procedure
Facing the results on the same procedure working, by two clinicians who work at the same time the same procedure dental clinic, but have different outcomes clinical
Collection of data from the literature, for the same topic, but seen from two different authors, in different angles
Conclusions based on both clinical practice clinicians who speak different for different reports advantage/disadvantage
Auxiliary for dental clinicians and others, who rely on practical grounds proven by two different authors
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