Welcome to IOMC

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International Online Medical Council (IOMC) is a research-based online medical knowledge solution provider that aims to enhance the medical science and research arena worldwide through its innovative, comprehensive, and user-friendly services.

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International Online Medical Council (IOMC) journal provides integrated and advanced knowledge, analytics, resources and solutions pertinent to medical research and applications in conjunction with professional societies, associations and libraries. The primary aim of the Council is to promote medical science and enhance the accessibility and utility of its outcomes through open access publishing model. IOMC caters to the increasing needs of medical fraternity for comprehensive and multidisciplinary knowledge base by providing user-friendly and innovative services and solutions. 











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Case Report

Treatment Protocol for Retrieval of Tooth/Root Fragment Displaced in Maxillary Sinus: Report of Two Cases

Author(s): Parnika Kuthiala, Sunaina Singla, Ankita Bansal, Ramandeep Grewal

Maxillary sinus is the largest of the paranasal sinuses and occupies the body of maxilla. The inadvertent displacement of a
tooth or tooth fragment, foreign bodies like r..Read More»

2021 Conference Announcement

Dental Education 2020-Announcement

Author(s): Iven Klineberg

2021 Conference Announcement

Look at Market of Dental and Oral Health

Author(s): Iven Klineberg