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Clinical Evaluation and Patient Satisfaction of Shade Matching Between Natural Teeth and Monolithic All-ceramic Crowns Fabricated From Two Materials

evaluation of color difference between zirconia reinforced lithium silicate (celtra press) VS lithium disilicate (Emax) in relation to natural tooth structure to determine which monolithic material will provide restoration with exact shade and optical properties as natural tooth structure.


Evaluation of the Effect of Different Cleaning and Disinfection Procedures on the Involvement of Candida Species

Individuals may experience tooth loss as a result of trauma, periodontal destruction, lack of adequate bone support and clinically dental mobility. The increase in these tooth loss results in a condition called complete toothlessness in patients, and as a result of this, dentists treat complete dentures. It is known that the microorganism retention in the existing restorations is faster and higher than the natural tissues, and this leads to faster plaque build-up and hence bad ...

Comparison of Peri-implant Tissues Using Socket Shield Technique Versus Xenograft

The aim of this study is to clinically and radiographically evaluate the dimensional changes of soft and hard peri-implant tissues around single immediate post-extraction implants in the esthetic zone.


Comparative Volumetric Assessment of Alveolar Ridge Preservation Utilizing Different Bone Grafting Materials

This study is intended to provide statistically robust evidence that Symbios Demineralized Cortical-cancellous granule mix, Symbios OsteoGraf LD-300, and OsteoGraf/N-300 combined with Symbios OsteoShield Collagen Resorbable Membrane can adequately support the alveolus during ridge augmentation procedures, reducing the dimensional changes of both the alveolus and the overlying soft tissues. Additionally, a comparison between each material will be made, providing further evidence...

Photoacoustic Endoscopy of Barrett's Esophagus

Endoscopy is an important technique in medicine to diagnose internal organs. Video endoscopy has been the most common technique providing clear, real time video images of organs' surfaces. However, this technique only images the surface and cannot effectively diagnose diseased tissues that develop in endothelial tissues. Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) has been developed to overcome this limitation, and it is widely utilized in diagnosing GI diseases. This technique can image very ...

Prospective Evaluation of a New Approach to Perform an Esophageal Myotomy: the Transesophageal Submucosa Approach

Achalasia is an esophagus motor disability characterized by a lack of relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) to deglutition. Myotomy is the gold standard surgical technique allowing to cure this pathology. In this study, investigators are using a new endoluminal technique of myotomy, innovative and less invasive, called POEM (PerOral Endoscopic Myotomy). This technique does not require any cutaneous incision. Mini-invasive surgery is more and more associated to end...

The Impact of Material on Microbiota in Association With Tongue and Lip Piercing

Biofilms on oral piercings may serve as a bacterial reservoir and lead to systemic bacteraemia or local transmission of periopathogenic microbiota. The investigators hypothesize that there are microbiological differences in bacterial samples collected from tongue /or lip piercings made of different materials. The investigators also hypothesize that the piercings carry the same characteristic bacteria as found in the piercing channels and that independently the biofilm on the t...

Class II Restoration Using Bioactive Restorative Material vs Polyacid Modified Composite Resin in Primary Molars

Successful restoration of cavities in primary molars can be considered challenging. It is different from restoring cavities in permanent molars because factors such as the level of co-operation of the child and the handling properties and setting time of the restorative material will have some influence on the success rate of the restoration. The ideal requirements that a filling material should possess include that it bears the occlusal force, withstands the acidic and bacteri...

Horizontal Ridge Augmentation in Mandible Usign ROG + ESWT

Guided bone regeneration (GBR) has been the most frequently used option to treat bone ridge deficiencies, allowing to restore such defects in order to place bone-integrated dental implants. A few reports exist in the literature about the augmentation of mandibular horizontal ridge defects before implant placement. Published studies show a large variability of reported results regarding horizontal bone augmentation. This can be due to the use of different types of membranes and ...

Evaluating Materials to Educate Patients About Cervical Dysplasia

Primary Objective: To pilot test high and low literacy patient education materials for colposcopy clinic patients, assessing impact on patient knowledge and patient feedback about the materials.

Evaluation of the Respimat Inhaler vs. a HFA MDI Using Berodual in Patients With COPD With Poor MDI Technique.

The objective of this trial is to compare the total and regional deposition of aerosol in the lungs and oropharynx of patients with COPD and known poor MDI inhalation technique following inhalation of Berodual? delivered via the Respimat? inhaler and Berodual? delivered via an HFA-metered dose inhal er achieved with their "natural" inhalation technique compared with taught "optimal" technique.

Evaluation of Cerebral Elastography by Magnetic Resonance: Comparison of Healthy Subjects and Patients With Glial Tumor

MRI elastography detects the movement of tissues in the human body and monitors their response to mechanical stress in order to reveal their mechanical properties, like palpation. These depend on the structure of the tissues, their biological conditions and possible conditions. This non-invasive technique allows exploration of deep organs such as the brain that the doctor's hand can not reach. MRI elastography may prove to be an essential tool for study, diagnosis, staging and ...

Soft Peri-implant Tissue Around Different Abutment Materials

Soft tissue attachment to the implant surface serves as a biological seal preventing the development of inflammatory periimplant diseases (i.e. peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis).It occurs in the presence of a biomaterial during healing of the surgical wound that might be influence by this foreign body. Myofibroblasts represent key players in the physiological reconstruction of connective tissue after injury. This work will focus on the role of myofibroblasts during ...

Filling of Tooth Sockets With MBCP Gel TM Versus Technical Without Filling

After a dental extraction, the osseous alveoli fill naturally of a blood clot which is transformed some month later into osseous tissues. Even if the alveolar walls remain intact at the end of the intervention, the healing always comes along with a physiological reduction at the level of the site. The reduction of the alveolar crests is a continuous, cumulative and inexorable phenomenon This reduction entails in the long term aesthetic and functional damages which complicate th...

Piloting IVR (Interactive Voice Response) for Chronic Pain Treatment

This study is designed to develop and test the use of Interactive Voice Response (IVR) technology to deliver pain management treatment. IVR allows individuals to receive and provide information by using their touchtone telephone. This will allow more people with chronic pain to receive treatment even if they are not able to drive to an appointment regularly. In the first part of the study, the investigators will develop new materials like patient handbooks and pre-recorded expl...

The Impact of Immediate Implant Placement on Alveolar Ridge Preservation Techniques

It is well known that following the loss of a single tooth, severe hard- and soft-tissue alterations may take place within the affected site, resulting in a subsequent reduction of both vertical and horizontal ridge dimensions, often not allowing neither appropiate pontic fabrication nor correct placement of endosseous implants. Over the past 20 years, various surgical procedures, grouped under the term of "alveolar ridge preservation" (ARP), have been introduced, aiming to ma...

Human Tissue Distribution of Orally Supplemented Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol

Levels of tocotrienol in human tissues following supplementation is not currently known. The objective of this present study is to determine the levels of this form of vitamin E in the human tissues such as skin, heart, lung, liver, adipose tissue, Brain and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) following oral supplementation

The Natural History of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Using fMRI, MRS and DTI

Traumatic spinal cord injury is a common injury to the spine and can lead to a clinical syndrome called central cord syndrome (CCS). CCS is an incomplete spinal cord injury where one starts to lose more motor function in the upper rather than lower extremities. It affects a wide range of the population from the young to the old. However, the natural history of CCS is poorly understood. Research has shown that the injury resulting in CCS might be due to the pinching or co...

Clinical Evaluation of Basic Filling Material in Class I and II Posterior Restorations

Evaluation of a new basic filling restorative material. In contemporary dentistry, clinicians have essentially three types of material choices for direct restorations: amalgam, resin composite, and glass ionomer restoratives. Due to the toxicity of mercury and the subsequent environmental problems, the search for alternatives continues and search into new composite restorative materials intensifies. Recognized disadvantages of tooth colored resin based restorative materials a...

Non-Invasive Quantitative Imaging of Human Local Arterial Wall Elasticity Using Supersonic Shear Imaging

Arterial stiffness is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular events and death. Most of existing technique need dedicated device for arterial stiffness evaluation and indirect calculation of intra arterial pressure. Supersonic Shear Imaging (SSI) is a novel non-invasive technique based on remote palpation of biological tissues that can image with very high temporal resolution (up to 10,000 images/s) and quantify the local viscoelastic properties of tissues. The invest...

Suture Materials: an Evaluation

Background: Many factors play a role when selecting an appropriate suture for optimal soft tissue healing in oral surgery. Moreover, the oral cavity has its specific challenges: it is an aqueous environment in which biofilm formation takes place on all surfaces. Therefore, oral surgery has specific demands for suture materials. Aim: The primary objective of this study was to compare the bacterial load on different suture materials. The secondary objective was to determine the ...

Lung Screen Uptake Trial

This study tests the impact of a novel invitation strategy on attendance rates to a pre-lung cancer screening lung health check appointment. Patients will be individually randomised (1:1) to receive either control invitation materials or intervention invitation materials. Those who attend will undergo a "lung health check" and be invited to a baseline screening scan if eligibility criteria are fulfilled.

Layering Technique Selection for Ultimate Aesthetics in Anterior Composites

the importance of this study is to evaluate the clinical performance of direct anterior resin composite restoration constructed using innovative esthetic dual-shade technique and another restoration constructed using polychromatic natural layering technique with various finishing and polishing steps. The benefit from carrying out this study is to help the practitioners to decide the most suitable, easy, perfect technique to provide an optimally aesthetic, long lasting with ...

Consent for Use of Stored Patient Specimens for Future Testing

The purpose of this study is to obtain informed consent to use stored human biological materials (HBM) (e.g., blood and other tissues) for future studies that may include genetic testing.

Bone Health Management for Women Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility of the study protocol. The study protocol was designed to evaluate questions - "Do educational materials improve dual x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) screening rates for women diagnosed with breast cancer" and "Does educational materials delivered by the participant's selected choice change DXA screening rates compared to the conventional mail method?".


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