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Australian Dental Journal

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Special Issue: The Face, the Future, and Dental Practice: how Research in Craniofacial Biology will Influence Patient Care Guest Editors: Professor Grant Townsend and Professor Alan Brook

June 2014

Volume 59, Issue Supplement s1

Pages 1–190

  1. Introduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Introduction
    3. Section 1 - How have we come to the present exciting position with breakthroughs over the past 50 years?
    4. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    5. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    6. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    7. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    8. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    9. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    10. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    11. Section 4 - Looking forward, what new developments in craniofacial biology may come about that will change the face of dental education
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  2. Section 1 - How have we come to the present exciting position with breakthroughs over the past 50 years?

    1. Top of page
    2. Introduction
    3. Section 1 - How have we come to the present exciting position with breakthroughs over the past 50 years?
    4. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    5. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    6. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    7. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    8. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    9. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    10. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    11. Section 4 - Looking forward, what new developments in craniofacial biology may come about that will change the face of dental education
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  3. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?

    1. Top of page
    2. Introduction
    3. Section 1 - How have we come to the present exciting position with breakthroughs over the past 50 years?
    4. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    5. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    6. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    7. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    8. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    9. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    10. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    11. Section 4 - Looking forward, what new developments in craniofacial biology may come about that will change the face of dental education
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      General and craniofacial development are complex adaptive processes influenced by diversity (pages 13–22)

      AH Brook, M Brook O'Donnell, A Hone, E Hart, TE Hughes, RN Smith and GC Townsend

      Version of Record online: 12 MAR 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12158

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      Epigenetics: a new frontier in dentistry (pages 23–33)

      SD Williams, TE Hughes, CJ Adler, AH Brook and GC Townsend

      Version of Record online: 24 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12155

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      Dental phenomics: advancing genotype to phenotype correlations in craniofacial research (pages 34–47)

      R Yong, S Ranjitkar, GC Townsend, RN Smith, AR Evans, TE Hughes, D Lekkas and AH Brook

      Version of Record online: 24 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12156

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      Three-dimensional analysis of the early development of the dentition (pages 55–80)

      R Peterkova, M Hovorakova, M Peterka and H Lesot

      Version of Record online: 4 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12130

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      The teeth and faces of twins: providing insights into dentofacial development and oral health for practising oral health professionals (pages 101–116)

      TE Hughes, GC Townsend, SK Pinkerton, MR Bockmann, WK Seow, AH Brook, LC Richards, S Mihailidis, S Ranjitkar and D Lekkas

      Version of Record online: 2 OCT 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12101

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      Stem cells, tissue engineering and periodontal regeneration (pages 117–130)

      J Han, D Menicanin, S Gronthos and PM Bartold

      Version of Record online: 23 SEP 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12100

  4. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice

    1. Top of page
    2. Introduction
    3. Section 1 - How have we come to the present exciting position with breakthroughs over the past 50 years?
    4. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    5. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    6. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    7. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    8. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    9. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    10. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    11. Section 4 - Looking forward, what new developments in craniofacial biology may come about that will change the face of dental education
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      The role of oral soft tissues in swallowing function: what can tongue pressure tell us? (pages 155–161)

      JA Kieser, MG Farland, H Jack, M Farella, Y Wang and O Rohrle

      Version of Record online: 23 OCT 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12103

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      Functional dental occlusion: an anthropological perspective and implications for practice (pages 162–173)

      JA Kaidonis, S Ranjitkar, D Lekkas, AH Brook and GC Townsend

      Version of Record online: 21 JAN 2014 | DOI: 10.1111/adj.12133

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  5. Section 4 - Looking forward, what new developments in craniofacial biology may come about that will change the face of dental education

    1. Top of page
    2. Introduction
    3. Section 1 - How have we come to the present exciting position with breakthroughs over the past 50 years?
    4. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    5. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    6. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    7. Section 2 - What are current fundamental research topics that are helping us to understand more about craniofacial and general development, possibly leading to future clinical developments?
    8. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    9. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    10. Section 3 - What are the current applied research topics that will infl uence future clinical practice
    11. Section 4 - Looking forward, what new developments in craniofacial biology may come about that will change the face of dental education
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