What’s new for the clinician – summaries of recently published papers


  • V Yengopal


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Kızılcı E, Kızılay F, Mahyaddinova T, Muhtaroglu S, Kolçakoglu K. Stress levels of a group of dentists while providing dental care under clinical, deep sedation, and general anesthesia. Clinical Oral Investigations. 2023 Mar 30:1-9

Berton F, Costantinides F, Stacchi C, Corradini A, Di Lenarda A, Di Lenarda R. Is L-PRF an effective hemostatic agent in single tooth extractions? A cohort study on VKA and DOAC patients. Clinical Oral Investigations. 2023 Jan 28:1-10



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Yengopal, V. (2023). What’s new for the clinician – summaries of recently published papers. South African Dental Journal, 78(07), 366–368. Retrieved from https://journals.assaf.org.za/index.php/sadj/article/view/17245



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