Zena Kadhem

Zena Kadhem
Mustansiriya University, college of dentistry · Oral medicine

BDS, MSc, PhD Oral Medicine

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Introduction
Zena Kadhem currently works at the Oral Medicine department , Mustansiriya University, college of dentistry. Zena does research in TMD CMD and TMJ issues, digital dentistry, hormones, Immunology, and Physiology.

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Publications (7)
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The aim of the Study: is to discuss the role of occlusal interferences on angular condylar inclination in patients with TMJ internal derangement. And to demonstrated that the digital guiding of the selective digital occlusal adjustment (enameloplasty) are more accurate and time saving.
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Background: All the dentists should have awareness about updates and trends in medications to improve their knowledge for the best outcomes. The use of analgesic alone or in combination forcontrolling pain is an essential part in dental field and the dentist must prescribe the right and suitable medications with accurate doses. Antibiotics consider...
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Aim: The aim of the study is to evaluate the occlusion time is prolonged in patients with TMJ internal derangement (TMJ ID) as compared to healthy control subjects. Materials and Methods: Subjects with full dentition and angle class I relation. DC/TMD criteria was used to diagnose the patients, the occlusion time OT registered in the maximum interc...
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Aim: the aim of this study was to report the prevalence of untreated dental caries and their clinical consequences and odontogenic infections in primary teeth of (3-6) year's old preschool Iraqi children. Materials and Methods: cross sectional study consisted of 238 children (128 male, 110 female) were at preschool age of (3-6) years who were selec...
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Background: The metabolism and immunology of the body are modified by hormones like progesterone, estrogen and testosterone as well as other local factors as dental plaque and calculus. The hormonal changes occurring during pregnancy may be associated with pregnancy gingivitis, gingival bleeding, and pregnancy tumor in the presence of local factors...

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