Review Article
Volume 19 Issue 8 - 2020
New Insight on the Role of Molecular Dentistry in the Perfection and Improvement of Clinical Dentistry
Hussein A Alharthy1 and Yahya A Alogaibi2,3*
1Pedodontics Resident, Department of Pedodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA
2Orthodontist, Bisha Dental Center, Ministry of Health, Bisha, KSA
3Orthodontics Resident, Department of Orthodontic, King Fahad Hospital, Specialized Dental Center, Madina, KSA
*Corresponding Author: Yahya A Alogaibi, Orthodontist, Bisha Dental Center, Ministry of Health, Bisha and Orthodontics Resident, Department of Orthodontic, King Fahad Hospital, Specialized Dental Center, Madina, KSA.
Received: June 28, 2020; Published: July 09, 2020




Abstract

Technological and scientific innovations have increased exponentially over the last decade. With the continuous advancement in new research techniques, researchers continually develop breakthrough therapies by understanding the cellular and molecular base of every disease. In the process of evolution, gene therapy and molecular dentistry are driving improvements in drug development. Gene therapy has opened doors to the era of evidence-based dentistry. Studies based on the interaction between genetic and dental disorders have given new understanding of the treatment options for oral diseases. Knowledge in molecular dentistry, transcriptomes, and proteomes can assist in better control and prevention of personalized orthodontics. This review portrays the links between genetic disposition and its significant impact in the field of dentistry.

Keywords: Molecular Dentistry; Gene Therapy and Stem Cells

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Citation: Hussein A Alharthy and Yahya A Alogaibi. “New Insight on the Role of Molecular Dentistry in the Perfection and Improvement of Clinical Dentistry”. EC Dental Science 19.8 (2020): 34-40.

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