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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 497 from Journal of the American Dental Association (1939)

Where is dentistry going?: Advice from the Cheshire cat.

Treatment During Pregnancy.

Author's response.

Low-quality evidence suggests that amalgam has increased longevity compared with resin-based composite in posterior restorations.

Using scripts to upgrade customer service.

But it really is what is best for the patient.

Occlusal trauma and mucositis or peri-implantitis?

The aim of this study was to describe the effects of bruxism in peri-implant bone loss 6 years after the placement of a successful implant-supported prosthesis, to describe its treatment, and to propose a differential diagnosis of the lesion.

Laser use in direct pulp capping: A meta-analysis.

The authors of this study evaluated the effects of lasers on the outcome of direct pulp capping by means of a meta-analysis.

Evidence-based recommendations for analgesic efficacy to treat pain of endodontic origin: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials.

The purpose of this investigation was to identify evidence-based clinical trials to aid dental clinicians in establishing the efficacy for recommending or prescribing analgesics for pain of endodontic origin.

Successful treatment of generalized refractory chronic periodontitis through discontinuation of waxed or coated dental floss use: A report of 4 cases.

Generalized refractory chronic periodontitis is a periodontal condition that is resistant to conventional therapy. Management of this condition often is frustrating to both the patient and the clinician.

Evaluation of risk of bias assessment of trials in systematic reviews of oral health interventions, 1991-2014: A methodology study.

The authors aimed to describe how often and by what means investigators assessed the risk of bias of clinical trials in systematic reviews of oral health interventions and to identify factors associated with risk of bias assessments.

Limited evidence suggests higher risk of dental implant failures in smokers than in nonsmokers.

The face bow is irrelevant for making prostheses and planning orthognathic surgery.

The author addresses whether the face bow is irrelevant for all types of prosthetic work and for planning orthognathic surgery.

Alveolar ridge preservation with bone graft may limit physiological ridge loss after tooth extraction.

Understanding and evaluating meta-analysis.

Meta-analysis refers to statistical methodology used to combine data from many studies to obtain an overall assessment of disease risk or treatment outcomes. In this article, the authors review basic methods, interpretation, and limitations of meta-analysis.

A retrospective study of 51,781 adult oral and maxillofacial biopsies.

Few studies have compared patient and anatomic characteristics across the broad scope of oral and maxillofacial disease seen in dental clinics. The authors conducted a study to make these comparisons by surveying a large sample of histologically diagnosed oral and maxillofacial lesions in a US adult population.

Techniques and materials used by general dentists during endodontic treatment procedures: Findings from The National Dental Practice-Based Research Network.

Little is known about which materials and techniques general dentists (GDs) use during endodontic procedures. The objectives were to quantify GDs' use of specific endodontic tools, quantify inappropriate use, and ascertain whether inappropriate use is associated with GDs' practice characteristics.

Triangular radiolucent lesion of the mandible.

Massive oral bleeding after full-mouth extraction in a patient with B-cell lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma reversed with recombinant activated factor VII.

Full-mouth extraction can be associated with intraoral bleeding, which usually is controlled with local hemostatic measures. Recombinant activated factor VII (rFVIIa) occasionally is used to stop bleeding in a variety of off-label indications, with the main argument curtailing its use being thrombotic events. The authors describe the use of rFVIIa for bleeding after full-mouth extraction in a patient with undiagnosed B-cell lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma.

Dental care after an emergency department visit for dental problems among adults enrolled in Medicaid.

Dental emergency department (ED) visits are increasing nationally, but EDs provide only palliative care. The authors examine time to subsequent dentist visit within 6 months after the ED visit, as well as the effect of having a dentist visit in the prior year.

Perspectives on evolving dental care payment and delivery models.

Health care reform is well under way in the United States as reflected in evolving delivery, financing, and payment approaches that are affecting medicine ahead of dentistry.

Use of dental services by immigration status in the United States.

There is limited research with mixed findings comparing differences in oral health outcomes and the use of dental services by immigration status. The authors conducted a study by reviewing nationally representative data to describe differences in dental care among noncitizens, naturalized citizens, and US-born citizens in the United States.

Short-term use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and adverse effects: An updated systematic review.

In this article, the authors examine the available scientific evidence regarding adverse effects of short-term use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Short-term use was defined as 10 days or fewer.

Prevalence of erosive tooth wear and associated factors in a group of Mexican adolescents.

Erosive tooth wear is the irreversible loss of dental hard tissue as a result of chemical processes. When the surface of a tooth is attacked by acids, the resulting loss of structural integrity leaves a softened layer on the tooth's surface, which renders it vulnerable to abrasive forces. The authors' objective was to estimate the prevalence of erosive tooth wear and to identify associated factors in a sample of 14- to 19-year-old adolescents in Mexico.

A rapidly enlarging gingival mass in an 11-year-old boy.

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