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Orapuh Journal

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Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)
Published May 31, 2020

Orapuh Journal (Orap J) is an Open Access, Internationally peer-reviewed online Journal of Oral and Public Health. Find out why Orap J is your quick access to being!

Orap J delivers simple, quality and best-in-class, peer-reviewed research, balanced, comprehensive or critical review articles, good, evidence-based information and interactive clinical and related content to oral and public health care professionals, educators, consumers and the global community.

Orapuh Journal aims to catalyse aggravated access to superior information and researches in, and to encourage the development of new researchers/authors from, the underserved biases of the oral and public health disciplines.

 This Journal prioritises high-quality original research that reports on all conceivable aspects of oral and public health.

The Journal also invites balanced, comprehensive or critical review articles and good, evidence-based information for the oral and public health care consumer.

Letters to the editor commenting on research or articles already published in the Journal and manuscripts describing new hypothesis or clinical trial protocols are also published by this Journal.

All articles in Orap J are an open-access articles distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Articles

Adamu, V. E., Eneojo, N. I. F., Amaechi, A. A., Nwoke, B. E. B., Ajaero, C. M. U., Ukaga, C. N.
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Periodontal health and human oral protozoa in parts of Enugu State, Nigeria
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Egwuom, P. O., Adamu, V. E., Mgbeokwere, U., Akubude, D. C.
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Oral diseases and treatment outcome among diabetics that attended a Nigerian hospital
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Adamu, V. E., Eneojo, N. I. F., Eze, C. J.
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Tooth brushing techniques among pupils attending a Nigerian unity basic school
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