• Original Article  30 April 2022

    Cemento-osseous dysplasia: clinical presentation and symptoms

    Types of radiographic findings. A. Osteolytic stage (Stage I). The entire lesion is radiolucent. B. Cementoblastic stage (Stage II). The entire lesion is radiolucent, with nodular radiopaque deposits. C. Mature stage (Stage III). The entire lesion is radiopaque.

  • Original Article  30 April 2022

    Cone-beam computed tomographic comparison of chin symphysis bone particles and allograft versus iliac crest bone graft alone for reconstruction of alveolar bone defects in cleft patients

    Measurement of the area of the bone defect in axial cone-beam computed tomography images.

  • Original Article  30 April 2022

    Comparative effects of systemic administration of levofloxacin and cephalexin on fracture healing in rats

    A-F. Representative histological micrographs at ×400 (H&E staining). A. Fracture healing score 5 in a specimen from the saline group at 1 week (mainly cartilage tissue and a small amount of immature woven bone). B. Score 4 in a specimen from the levofloxacin group at 1 week (all cartilage tissue). C. Score 5 in a specimen from the cephalexin group at 1 week (mainly cartilage tissue and a small amount of immature woven bone). D. Score 9 in a specimen from the saline group at 4 weeks (immature bone and a small amount of mature bone). E. Score 7 in a specimen from the levofloxacin group at 4 weeks (significantly immature woven bone and a small amount of cartilage). F. Score 9 in a specimen from the cephalexin group at 4 weeks (immature bone and a small amount of mature bone).

  • Case Series Study  30 April 2022

    Sinus lifts in the presence of pseudoantral and mucous retention cysts

    A. Preoperative panoramic radiograph. Residual bone height was about 5 mm at the maxillary first molar and sinus radiopacity was observed in the right maxillary sinus. B. Preoperative cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) showed a 32 mm×35 mm radiopaque, dome-shaped lesion on the right maxillary sinus and a 19 mm×12 mm radiopaque, dome-shaped lesion on the left maxillary sinus in a sagittal plane. C. Preoperative CBCT showed a 36 mm radiopaque, dome-shaped lesion on the right maxillary sinus and 22 mm radiopaque, dome-shaped lesion on the left maxillary sinus in a coronal plane. D. Intraoperative view. After elevation of the mucoperiosteal membrane, the bony window was marked with pencil on the right maxillary wall. E. Intraoperative view. Because the right maxillary first premolar did not require a sinus lift, the implant was placed first without a sinus lift, and then a round burr at a low speed was used for the creation of the bony window. F. Intraoperative view. After aspiration of the cystic fluid with a syringe a 21-gauge needle, the sinus membrane was carefully elevated. 1.0 g of ICB (Rocky Mountain Tissue Bank, USA) was used to fill the space created by elevation of the sinus membrane. And then, the implant was placed on the right maxillary first molar. G. Intraoperative view. The bony window was covered with a collagen membrane. H. Postoperative CBCT 1 day after operation showed fluid rertention on the right maxillary sinus. I. Postoperative panoramic view 1 day after operation showed two well-placed implants. J. Postoperative CBCT 4 years after operation. The cystic lesion on the right maxillary sinus disappeared completely, but the cystic lesion on the left maxillary sinus remained without any change. K. Postoperative panoramic view 5 years and 3 months after operation. The 3-bridge type dental prosthesis was well maintained.

  • Case Report  30 April 2022

    Endoscopic assisted transoral approach with palatal splitting for a giant retropharyngeal schwannoma: a challenging case

    Oral examination showing marked anterior bulging of the posterior pharyngeal wall, pushing the soft palate.

  • Case Report  30 April 2022

    A diagnostic dilemma in pediatric osteomyelitis: a case report

    Showing excessive scleral show and scar in relation to right eye.

  • Brief Communication  30 April 2022

    Histopathology and ultrastructural findings of pediatric sialolithiasis: a brief communication

    A. The stone revealed varied calcification degrees (H&E staining, ×4). Scale bar=500 ?m. B. Laminated concentric patterns (black arrow) and mineralized nodules (black asterisk) (H&E staining, ×10). Scale bar=200 ?m. C. Eosinophilic core (black asterisk) and amorphous materials (black arrow) (H&E staining, ×10). Scale bar=200 ?m. D. Amorphous basophilic materials (H&E staining, ×20). Scale bar=100 ?m. E. The detail of laminated structures with concentric pattern and mineralized nodules of the sialolith (H&E staining, ×20). Scale bar=100 ?m. F. The branch consists of mineralized nodules (black arrows) (H&E staining, ×20). Scale bar=100 ?m. G. Globular structures (black arrows) (H&E staining, ×40). Scale bar=50 ?m. H. Needle-like crystallization (black asterisk) (H&E staining, ×40). Scale bar=50 ?m. I. Bacteria (yellow arrow) in the outer shell containing salivary ductal epithelium (yellow asterisk) (H&E staining, ×40). Scale bar=50 ?m.

  • Invited Review Article  28 February 2022

    Next generation sequencing-based salivary biomarkers in oral squamous cell carcinoma

    Schematic drawing of the Maxam and Gilbert’s chemical chain termination method for DNA sequencing developed in 1977 followed by Sanger’s ‘dideoxy method’9,10. (PCR: polymerase chain reaction)

  • Review Article  28 February 2022

    Epistaxis in dental and maxillofacial practice: a comprehensive review

    Anatomical diagram of the internal maxillary artery and its branches (sources of posterior epistaxis). (a.: artery)

J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 69~129
Editorial
The relevance of the endemic COVID-19 transition to oral and maxillofacial surgeons
Won Lee, DDS, MSD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief of JKAOMS
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 69-70
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.69
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Review Article
Use of stem cells in bone regeneration in cleft palate patients: review and recommendations
Mohammad Amin Amiri, Fatemeh Lavaee, Hossein Danesteh
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 71-78
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.71
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Original Articles
Cemento-osseous dysplasia: clinical presentation and symptoms
Inhye Nam, Jihye Ryu, Sang-Hun Shin, Yong-Deok Kim, Jae-Yeol Lee
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 79-84
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.79
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Cone-beam computed tomographic comparison of chin symphysis bone particles and allograft versus iliac crest bone graft alone for reconstruction of alveolar bone defects in cleft patients
Bijan Movahedian Attar, Parisa Soltani, Davood Davari, Mojdeh Mehdizadeh
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 85-93
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.85
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Comparative effects of systemic administration of levofloxacin and cephalexin on fracture healing in rats
Shayan Golestani, Arash Golestaneh, Atousa Aminzadeh Gohari
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 94-100
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.94
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Case Series Study
Sinus lifts in the presence of pseudoantral and mucous retention cysts
Moon Gi Choi, Chang Hyun Hong, Eun Joo Choi, Won Jong Park, Young Geun Kim, Do Geon Gil
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 101-110
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.101
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Case Reports
Endoscopic assisted transoral approach with palatal splitting for a giant retropharyngeal schwannoma: a challenging case
Ahmed Musaad Abd El-Fattah, Mohamed Attia, Hisham Atef Ebada
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 111-116
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.111
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A diagnostic dilemma in pediatric osteomyelitis: a case report
Pooja Narendra Mandrekar, Sanket Gavhane, Trishala Bhadauria Fernandes, Vikas Dhupar, Anita Dhupar
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 117-121
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.117
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Technical Note
ATOM technique: Anatomic reduction using screw-wire Traction for Open reduction and internal fixation of Mandibular fractures
Pranav D. Ingole, Jignesh G. Rajguru, Nilima J. Budhraja, Ramakrishna S. Shenoi, Jui S. Karmarkar, Rahul N. Dahake
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 122-124
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.122
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Brief Communication
Histopathology and ultrastructural findings of pediatric sialolithiasis: a brief communication
Kezia Rachellea Mustakim, Truc Thi Hoang Nguyen, Mi Young Eo, Soung Min Kim
J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2022; 48(2): 125-129
https://doi.org/10.5125/jkaoms.2022.48.2.125
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Current Issue

30 April 2022
Vol. 48 No. 2 pp. 69~129
2020 SCOPUS IF 1.7
Ridge augmentation in implant dentistry
Young-Kyun Kim, DDS, PhD, Jeong-Kui Ku, DDS, MMsc, FIBCOMS
Efficacy of botulinum toxin in the management of temporomandibular myofascial pain and sleep bruxism
Hatice Hosgor, Sezen Altindis
Salivary biomarkers in oral squamous cell carcinoma
Truc Thi Hoang Nguyen, Buyanbileg Sodnom-Ish, Sung Weon Choi, Hyo-Il Jung, Jaewook Cho, Inseong Hwang, Soung Min Kim

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    School of Dentistry, Dankook University

2020 Best Reviewer

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    D.D.S., M.S.D., Ph.D
    Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    School of Dentistry, Jeonbuk National University

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