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Journal of Odontology

Journal of Odontology
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Journal of Odontology : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Odontology have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Odontology has got h-index 3, which means every article in Journal of Odontology has got 3 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Odontology.

  2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

47 35 1 12

Year wise citations received

6 8 11 2
Journal total citations count 33
Journal impact factor 0.69
Journal 5 years impact factor 0.42
Journal cite score 0.42
Journal h-index 3
Journal h-index since 2017 3
Important citations

Dental students and post operative hypersensitivity management

Knowledge of uk dental professionals in treating dentine hypersensitivity

Knowledge of brazilian dentists and students in treating dentine hypersensitivity

Knowledge about dentin hypersensitivity: a questionnaire-based survey among dental students and young dentists

A study of dentists about their knowledge and practice of dentine hypersensitivity

Knowledge of uk dental undergraduates and dentists in treating dentine hypersensitivity

A survey of dentists in the management of dentine hypersensitivity: a questionnaire-based study

A survey of dentists in the management of dentine hypersensitivity: a questionnaire-based study

Evaluation of the effectiveness of desensitizing dentifrice-fluro calcium phospho silicate and dental laser on dentinal tubule …

Remineralization of artificial carious lesions using a novel fluoride incorporated bioactive glass dentifrice remineralizacja preparowanych in vitro ubytków …

Effect of sterilisation and storage conditions on chemical and mechanical properties of human dentine

The influence of glass content on the hydraulic and tubule occlusion of novel bioactive glass toothpastes

Protection, remineralisation and tubule occlusion of dentine by desensitising toothpastes

Dentin tubule occlusion potential of novel dentifrices having fluoride containing bioactive glass and zinc oxide nanoparticles

Comparative study of technologies for tubule occlusion and treatment of dentin hypersensitivity

This study aimed to evaluate and compare the clinical effectiveness of dentifrices containing fluoro calcium phosphosilicate, calcium sodium phosphosilicate, and strontium chloride hexahydrate for the treatment of dentin hypersensitivity (dh) when applied twice daily. materials and methods: participants with a history of dh and with visual analog scale (vas) score of ?5 to a painful test stimuli response (dental explorer) in at least one tooth at the qualifying baseline visit were enrolled in this four-week randomized study. participants (n = 93) were randomly allocated to one of the following groups: group 1––fluoro calcium phosphosilicate (biomin™), 

A randomised clinical trial on the efficacy of 5% fluorocalcium phosphosilicate?containing novel bioactive glass toothpaste

Dentin tubule occlusion potential of novel dentifrices having fluoride containing bioactive glass and zinc oxide nanoparticles

Influence of thymoquinone exposure on the micro-hardness of dental enamel: an in vitro study

An in-vitro evaluation of fluoride content and enamel remineralization potential of two toothpastes containing different bioactive glasses

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