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14:25 EDT 19th June 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Oral Health Care Early Intervention Project

This pilot project consists of co-locating dental hygienist services in medical primary care offices. Dental hygienists will work in close collaboration with the primary care offices, providing preventive dental care to young children either before or after scheduled well-child visits.


Computer Assisted Relaxation Learning for Dental Offices

This is a randomized study in which two groups will be used to compare the effectiveness of a computerized psychological therapy compared to an information only control group (pamphlet) for reducing fear of dental injections.

Dental Health Epidemiology Among IDF Recruits

An epidemiological survey for prevalence desription of dental morbidity (caries, gingivitis, dental trauma and fluorosis) among IDF general recruits. Morbidity measures were collected from 700 recruits at their first day of military service in order to evaluate extent and burden of dental diseases among recruits. The data will enable the military dental services commanders to plan and implement dental services according to the dental needs.


Comparing the Inter-Dental Brush to Dental Floss

The study's purpose is to find an easy and effective alternative to dental floss for those persons who cannot or choose not to dental floss so that they can maintain and/or achieve optimal oral health. The study hypothesis is that the inter-dental brush is as effective as dental floss for removing plaque from between the teeth and for reducing bleeding gums in persons with gingivitis, but may be easier to use and thus encourage daily home use.

Assessment of Caries Diagnosis & Caries Treatment

The purpose of this study was to determine what methods Dental PBRN dentists use for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental decay.

Evaluation of Audio-Visual Distraction Technique on Child's Anxiety

Audio-Visual (AV) Distraction is a recent modality introduced to the entertaining market technology for adults and children. Some practitioners started using this modality of distraction in the dental practice to aid in psychological management of patients. This study is designed to compare between conventional dental visits (No Distraction) and dental visits aided with audio-visual distraction. Providing a safe, comfortable and entertaining dental environment will give pediat...

Effect of Dental Waterjet on Oral Hygiene for Patients With Braces

The aim of this study is to assess the efficacy of dental water jet in plaque removal and gingival health during orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances.

Examining the Impact of School-based Dental Screening

This study examines the effectiveness of school dental screening in promoting dental attendance and reducing untreated caries among primary schoolchildren in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Program to Improve Dental Care: Children With ASD

Children, aged 5-12, with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who have difficulty with dental visits and daily oral hygiene will complete 3 dental assessments at baseline, 3 months, and 6 months. The dental environment and dental procedures will be altered based on the work of Cermak. In between the baseline and 3 months appointments, they will receive 8 weeks of occupational therapy targeting desensitization around dental activities and oral hygiene training. Post testing will asse...

Bisphenol A in Saliva and Urine Related to Placement of Dental Composites

It has been reported that therapy with polymer-based dental filling materials was associated with higher concentrations of bisphenol A in saliva and urine directly after the treatment. The objective of the present project is to gain knowledge about the concentration of bisphenol A in saliva and urine before and after treatment with polymer-based dental filling materials, using sensitive analytical methods.

Development and Evaluation of a Medical Intervention for Early Childhood Caries

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of three forms of continuing medical education (CME) on provision of preventive dental services to Medicaid-enrolled children by medical personnel in primary care physician offices.

Effect of Sensory Adapted Dental Environment on Dental Anxiety of Children With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Children with intellectual/developmental disabilities (ID/DD) will experience less dental anxiety and cooperate better in a Sensory Adapted Dental Environment (modified visual, sensory, and somatosensory stimuli in a regular dental setting) than in a regular dental environment (RDE).

Organizational Change in Dental Care

The proposed research will test the ability of the NIATx Organizational Change Model to improve patient no-show rates as compared to typical training approaches used in dental offices. The purpose of the pilot study is to improve no-show rates and, in the process, test an evidence-based organizational change model that can increase use of evidence-based practices in dental care. NIATx is not an acronym, it is a proper noun.

Study of Hemostatic Efficacy of the HemCon Dental Dressing in a Population Treated With Anticoagulant Medications

The purpose of this study is to determine if the HemCon Dental Dressing is effective in stopping bleeding during dental surgeries in patients taking anticoagulant medications.

Two-Piece Zirconia Dental Implant vs Two-Piece Titanium Dental Implant- Randomized Clinical Control Trial

2 Arms (60 subjects - 30 each arm). Experimental group with two-pice zirconia dental implant and Control group with two-piece titanium dental implant Evaluate Changes in inflammatory and microbiology levels from T0 (baseline) T2 (8 weeks) and T3 (after crown placement) Also evaluate secondary outcomes: marginal bone loss (MBL), gingival height (GH) levels, osseointegration, gender, age, time of surgery, anatomical position and implant stability. p values

Psychological Profile of Dental Patients

The objective of this descriptive investigation was to evaluate the psychological profile of dental patients in three levels: global level, the dimensional level, and the discrete symptom level and to compare it with a control group.

Effect of Sensory Adapted Dental Environment on Children's Behavior During Dental Treatment

The objective of the present study is to determine the effect of sensory adapted dental environment (SADE) in healthy children during a routine dental restorative treatment. The hypothesis is that the SADE would have a favorable effect in calming the subjects during dental treatment. the study is a random cross-over design. The participants will be randomly assigned into two groups. Group 1 will initially be treated under SADE (Time 1) and receive regular dental environm...

Effectiveness of Resin Sealants: Retrospective Cohort Study

This retrospective cohort study assessed sealant clinical success applied to pit and fissure by dental undergraduate students at Piracicaba Dental School - Brazil.

Comparison of Triazolam and Midazolam for Anxiolysis During Dental Treatment in the Pediatric Patient

This study will evaluate the perceptions of the effects of two anxiolytic medications commonly used during dental treatment in patients weighing 40 kilograms or more.

Salivary Cytokine Profile as a Biomarker for Dental Pain

always reliable.Pain is an important diagnostic tool in dentistry. The type of treatment, extent of treatment and, sometimes, even the decision on whether to treat or not is dependent on the pain history obtained from the patient.The absence of an accurate description of dental pain is a factor that severely limits dental treatment planning in children with CP. The aim of this study is to study to evaluate the salivary cytokine profile of children with CP who have severe dental...

Levels of Bisphenol A in Urine and Saliva Following Placement of Composite Restorations

This study will determine whether placement of composite (white) dental restorations (fillings) increases concentrations of bisphenol A (BPA) and its metabolites in saliva and urine. These compounds have estrogenic-like properties that have raised concerns about their safety. Small amounts of the chemicals can leach out of dental sealants and be detected in saliva soon after the sealants are applied. Dental composites also contain some of these compounds. U.S. Commission...

Articaine vs Lidocaine for Pediatric Dental Procedures

The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of two types of local anesthesia (articaine and lidocaine) for infiltration anesthesia during restorative dental procedures on lower teeth in pediatric patients. The patients will require similar dental operative procedures on both right and left sides of the mandible in order to qualify for this study. The study will require at least two dental appointments, where a randomized, cross-over study methodology will be utilized. ...

Consumption of Probiotics on Salivary Bacteria Causing Dental Caries

Dental caries is a multifactorial disease effecting majority of the human population.One of the etiological factor causing dental caries is salivary mutans streptococci. Reducing the levels of this bacteria in the saliva can significantly reduce the incidence of dental caries. A non-invasive intervention, such as the administration of probiotics reduced the salivary mutans streptococci levels.

Diagnostic Interview and One-session Cognitive Therapy in Treatment of Dental Fear

Clinical trial of an application of cognitive behavioural one-session therapy method with patients who have severe or average dental fear/anxiety measured by Modified Dental Anxiety Scale (MDAS). The intervention consists of two different parts: a diagnostic interview and one-session treatment of dental care. The method is based on One-Session Therapy manual (Öst & Skaret, 2013). 30 minimum 18 years old adults takes part to the study. They comes from three different places,pri...

Health Effects of Silver-Mercury Dental Fillings

The purpose of this study is to determine whether there are detectable health effects of low-level mercury exposure (from normal exposure to mercury-containing dental fillings) in the known target organs/systems affected by elemental mercury exposure.


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