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04:55 EDT 30th March 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 512 from Journal of the American Dental Association (1939)

Age, sex, diabetes mellitus, and endodontic treatment affect incidence of tooth loss after periodontal treatment.

Stepwise and partial caries removal probably have high success rates up to 3 years after treatment of deep carious lesions, but partial caries removal is more likely to preserve tooth vitality.

Implants placed in patients with a history of aggressive periodontitis had high survival rates and low marginal bone loss.

No evidence of differences in patient satisfaction between premolar and molar implant-supported mandibular removable partial dentures.

Leucocyte- and platelet-rich fibrin probably enhances healing after intrabony and furcation defects surgery.

Toothbrushing duration and dentifrice dosage are associated with remineralization of enamel specimens.

The magnitude of an association between periodontal attachment loss and osteoporosis or osteopenia is small.

No evidence of indirect resin composite restorations lasting longer than direct resin composite restorations in posterior teeth.

Correlation between symptoms and external characteristics of cracked teeth: Findings from The National Dental Practice-Based Research Network.

Cracked teeth are ubiquitous in the adult dentition. The objective of this study was to determine which patient traits and behaviors and external tooth and crack characteristics correlate with cracked teeth being symptomatic.

Low rate of early implant failure is confirmed, but smoking and antidepressants are shown to be risk factors.

Insufficient evidence to claim that more frequent toothbrushing reduces the risk of developing new caries.

No evidence of higher rates of implant failure in people with controlled diabetes.

Ceramic inlays, onlays, and overlays have a high survival rate and a low rate of complications.

Previous Bad Experience, Propensity to Anxiety, and Pain Expectations May be Associated With Fear and Anxiety When Undergoing Tooth Extractions.

Obstructive sleep apnea in a patient with orofacial pain secondary to cervical fixation.

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.


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