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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 468 from Journal of the American Dental Association (1939)

The vital role of research funding in preserving the oral health of the public and the dental profession.

Prophylactic antibiotics.

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The dental marketplace.

Improving salivary flow.

Responsibility and sugary drinks.

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Disparities in dental care associated with disability and race and ethnicity.

Both racial and ethnic and disability-related disparities in dental care exist, yet little is known about the cumulative effect of these 2 characteristics. The purpose of this study was to determine how the combination of disability and race and ethnicity is associated with dental examinations, delays in receiving needed care, and inability to obtain needed care among noninstitutionalized working-age adults in the United States.

Risk factors for bleeding after oral surgery in patients who continued using oral anticoagulant therapy.

The authors assessed the incidence of postoperative bleeding in patients who were highly anticoagulated and in patients who underwent extensive oral surgical procedures and who continued using oral anticoagulant therapy.

Association of periodontitis and human papillomavirus in oral rinse specimens: Results from the National Health and Nutrition Survey 2009-2012.

Human papillomavirus (HPV)-positive oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinomas are increasing in incidence and are becoming significant public health concerns. Periodontitis is a chronic condition in which the affected tissue may facilitate oral HPV infection and persistence. The purpose of this study was to determine if an association of the presence of HPV in oral rinse specimens and periodontal disease exists.

Attitudes toward and beliefs about the use of a dental diagnostic terminology: A survey of dental care providers in a dental practice.

Attitudes and views are critical to the adoption of innovation. Although there have been broadening calls for a standardized dental diagnostic terminology, little is known about the views of private practice dental team members regarding the adoption of such a terminology.

What about narrative dentistry?

Narrative medicine strives toward a humanized form of medicine in which empathy and the ability to listen are developed with the same emphasis as scientific rigor. We hypothesize that the adoption of narrative medicine in dentistry would be an excellent method to cultivate the philosophy behind the emerging clinical concept of patient-centered dentistry.

Restoring lost gingival pigmentation in the esthetic zone: A case report.

There is insufficient literature on the lack of oral pigmentation in the esthetic zone. The aim of this case report was to illustrate the potential impact of loss of gingival pigmentation in the esthetic zone, describe its surgical treatment, and discuss the limited literature on this topic.

Nonodontogenic toothaches.

Sealing pits and fissures of permanent molars in children and adolescents is effective in controlling dental caries.

Where have all the dental care visits gone?

How to evaluate dental insurance plans.

Bridges, implants, and dentures.

The effects of elevated hemoglobin A1c in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus on dental implants.

The authors conducted a prospective cohort study to determine whether poor glycemic control is a contraindication to implant therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes.


Dentists and sugary drinks: A call to action.

Ethical concerns.

Medical screenings.

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