Volume XXV

Contents: Volume XXV

Aneta Munteanu (1), Konstantina Kritikou (1), Raluca Vacaru (1), Alexandru Stănculescu (1), Isil Özgül Kalyoncu (2), Georgio Matarazzo (3), Marion Strub (4), Arina Vinereanu (1)
Ahu Durhan (1), Francois Clauss (2), Işıl Özgül Kalyoncu (3), Ameerah Suleiman (1), Raghda Gadaou (1), Betul Kargul (1)
Zagnat Dan (1), Burlacu Valeriu (1), Cartaleanu Angela (1), Zagnat Vasile (1)
Ruxandra Sfeatcu (1)*, Alina-Cristina Radu (2), Mariana Cărămidă (3), Christina Mihai (4), Mihaela Adina Dumitrache (5)
Konstantina Kritikou (1), Arina Vinereanu (2), Aneta Munteanu (2)
Ioana-Andreea Stanciu*, Rodica Luca*, Diana-Daniela Simionescu**, Aneta Munteanu*
Asist. Dmitriev Daniel*, Dmitriev Iulia**, Sîrghi Maria***, Conf. Dr. Spinei Iurie*, Conf. Dr. Spinei Aurelia*
Arina Vinereanu (1,2), Konstantina Kritikou (3), Aneta Munteanu (1)
Aneta Munteanu*, Raisa Kalbani**, Rodica Luca***, Ioana-Andreea Stanciu*
Ioana-Andreea Stanciu*, Rodica Luca**, Cristina-Elena Radu***, Aneta Munteanu*
No. 1 / 2022

Oral care for children with special healthcare needs in healthcare systems in Erasmus+ Oral Special Care Academic Resources (O.S.C.A.R.) project countries

Abstract. When it comes to oral health, children and adults with special healthcare needs are reportedly an underserved segment of the population in most countries,

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No. 1 / 2022

Oral manifestations in children with sleep disorders

Abstract Oral health assessment is performed by dentists to identify oral health problems and diseases. Oral health is a mirror of general health and one

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No. 1 / 2022

Some oral manifestations in patients with Covid-19

Abstract Several oral manifestations of the oral mucosa have been reported in patients with COVID-19. The most frequent manifestations were xerostomia, lesions of the oral

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No. 3-4 / 2022

Gemination or dental fusion? Diagnostic dilemma. Case study

Congenital dental anomalies that include abnormalities of shape, number, volume, structure, and position occur in both the primary and permanent dentition. Their prevalence is higher in the primary dentition and varies from 0.5% to 7%.

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