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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 450 from Journal of the American Dental Association (1939)


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.


Author's response.


Authors' response.


The American Dental Association Caries Classification System for Clinical Practice: A report of the American Dental Association Council on Scientific Affairs.

The caries lesion, the most commonly observed sign of dental caries disease, is the cumulative result of an imbalance in the dynamic demineralization and remineralization process that causes a net mineral loss over time. A classification system to categorize the location, site of origin, extent, and when possible, activity level of caries lesions consistently over time is necessary to determine which clinical treatments and therapeutic interventions are appropriate to control and treat these lesions.


Effect of preventive use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on sensitivity after dental bleaching: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Tooth sensitivity associated with bleaching remains a challenge for clinicians. Inflammatory mediators released by the penetration of bleaching agents into dental tissues can sensitize nociceptors, leading to tooth sensitivity.


A practical approach to evidence-based dentistry: IV: How to use an article about harm.

Questions regarding harm are common in dental practice. Observational, nonrandomized studies (that is, cohort studies and case-control studies) are the designs used by investigators to answer most of these questions. A critical appraisal of these studies should include an assessment of the risk of bias, the results, and the applicability of the study. The authors provide the concepts and guidelines that dentists can apply to most effectively use articles regarding harm to guide their clinical practice.


The dangers of dental devices as reported in the Food and Drug Administration Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience Database.

The authors conducted a study to determine the frequency and type of adverse events (AEs) associated with dental devices reported to the Food and Drug Administration Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience (MAUDE) database.


Effect of imaging powder and CAD/CAM stone types on the marginal gap of zirconia crowns.

To compare the marginal gap using different types of die stones and titanium dies with and without powders for imaging.


Interference between dental electrical devices and pacemakers or defibrillators: Results from a prospective clinical study.

The authors aimed to determine whether electrical dental devices would interfere with the function of cardiac pacemakers or implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) in humans.


Sugar content, cariogenicity, and dental concerns with commonly used medications.

Oral adverse events such as cariogenicity are often overlooked as drug-associated effects because the sugar content of many medications may be negligible compared with the patients' overall dietary intake of sugar. There are, however, several liquid formulations of medications with significantly high sugar content that are commonly used in patients with swallowing difficulties. These medications may be associated with negative oral health sequelae and should be considered part of the oral health care provid...


Poor-quality evidence for differences in oral health outcomes produced by dental teams incorporating midlevel providers.


The booming Medicaid market.


Five tips for leading your team.


Managing dry mouth.

Monday 5th August 1049

Exhaled volatile organic compounds, laryngeal cancer linked, researchers report.

Sunday 4th August 1049

Gastric bypass surgery associated with sensory changes, study shows.

Saturday 3rd August 1049

Maternal vitamin D levels and early childhood caries may be linked, researchers find.

Friday 2nd August 1049

Custom-made mouthguards may reduce risk of mild brain injury, study shows.


A new look and a new century.


Landmark article lauded.


Dentists and vaccinations.

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