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January-June 2020| Vol 4| Issue 1

Review Article

Stem cells in the oral cavity – An overview

Stem cells play a vital role in regenerative medicine and it has the capacity to form any type of tissue under favored circumstances. The stem cells from the oral cavity can be easily removed and us...

Review Article

Connective tissue stains - A review

Over the years, a wide range of dyes has been used for histological staining methods. Most of these have been adapted from those used in the textile dyeing industry. The common histological stains a...

Review Article

Stains employed in the detection of microorganisms

A clear diagnosis of infection can often be made based on the macroscopic appearance of tissue. Infection can be detected by frank pus, abscess formation, cavitation, hyperkeratosis, demyelination, ...

Review Article

Syndromes presenting in the oral and maxillofacial region: A review

Clinical examination is appropriate when a pertinent condition is ruled out considering all the associated syndromes. It is mandatory for a clinician to have sufficient knowledge about the syndromes...

Case Report

A rare and unusual variant of ameloblastoma

Keratoameloblastoma (KA) is a rare histological variant of ameloblastoma usually characterized by extensive production of keratin within the odontogenic epithelium. Pindborg and Weinmann, in 1958, j...

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ISSN - Online: 2589-1723

International Journal of Orofacial Biology, a publication of Saveetha Dental College & Hospitals, is a peer-reviewed online journal with print on demand compilation of issues published.

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