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Acute Inflammation After Wisdom Tooth Removal

Third molar (wisdom teeth) extraction is one of the most frequent intervention in dentistry. Nevertheless, little is known about the level of general body inflammation of subjects with impacted or semi-impacted third molars. Moreover, The possible effects of surgical removal of wisdom teeth on the overall health are not known. Thus, a study in which 40 subjects has been designed. Twenty subjects were affected by bilateral wisdom tooth pathology necessitating for extraction of ...


Study to Investigate the Efficacy of an Occluding Dentifrice in Providing Relief From Dentine Hypersensitivity

This will be a single centre, two week, randomised, examiner blind, two treatment arm, parallel design, stratified (by maximum baseline Schiff sensitivity score of the two selected test teeth), controlled study, in participant with at least two sensitive teeth that meet the study criteria at the Screening and Baseline visits. The study will be conducted in participants in good general health, with pre-existing self-reported and clinically diagnosed tooth sensitivity at screenin...

A Cross-sectional Study of the Oral Health of Elderly Inpatients in Acute and Subacute Hospitals in Northumberland and North Tyneside

To provide a point-in-time measurement of the oral health of elderly inpatients across the trust (elderly defined here as over 70 years). This will provide information about the number of teeth, need for restorative and periodontal treatment, and extractions, the health of the oral mucosa, quality of any dentures and hygiene of the teeth and dentures.


Prevalence of Supernumerary Teeth Among a Group of Egyptian Children Aged From Six to Fifteen Years Old

The purpose of this study is to assess the prevalence of supernumerary teeth among a group of Egyptian children aged from 6-15 years old attending the Outpatients' clinic of Pediatric Dentistry and Dental Public Health Department, Faculty of Dentistry, Cairo University.

Endodontic Treatment of Primary Teeth Using Mineral Trioxide Aggregate Paste

The maintenance of primary teeth until their exfoliation has been one of the main purposes of Pediatric Dentistry, are they representing the fundamental basis for proper occlusion of the permanent dentition. Often, injuries or extensive dental caries reach the pulp of deciduous teeth making maintenance on these dependent endodontic treatment arc. Thus, this study was to conduct a randomized clinical trial is to evaluate the performance of endodontic treatment in primary teeth u...

Comparison of Swabs and Toothbrushes in Cleaning the Teeth of Mechanically Ventilated Patients

Cleaning the mouth is difficult in critically ill patients who require support from a breathing machine (ventilator). This is because the plastic (endotracheal) tube which is a necessary interface between patient and ventilator impedes cleaning. New evidence suggests that poor oral health may be linked to ventilator associated pneumonia. Throughout the world both toothbrushes and foam swabs are used to clean the teeth and remove dental plaque, however it is unknown if one metho...

The Efficacy of Cyanoacrylate Adhesive (PeriAcryl®90 HV) in Periodontal Wound Healing

Periodontal disease is a gum infection caused by plaque on teeth containing both bacteria and calculus (hard) deposits. These need to be removed on a regular basis to maintain gum health and to prevent teeth weakening. A routine cleaning procedure, scaling/root planing, is accompanied with post-operative soft tissue tenderness and teeth sensitivity making oral hygiene maintenance difficult during wound healing. The need for novel therapeutic approaches, such as cyanoacrylate ad...

Ecological Effect of Arginine Dentifrice on Oral Microbiota

caries-free (CF) individuals caries-active (CA) individuals (DMFT ≥ 6) will be recruited. Subjects will be instructed to brush their teeth twice daily for 3 min using Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief® toothpaste (containing 8% arginine and 1450 ppm NaF) for 2 weeks. Supra- and subgingival plaque, saliva, and in situ plaque samples will be collected before and after the treatment for laboratory analyses.

Vital Pulp Therapy in Carious Teeth With Hypomineralization

Vital pulp therapy (VPT) is a general term for multiple procedures (indirect pulp cap, direct pulp cap and pulpotomy) all directed toward preserving pulp vitality and enable complete root development in immature teeth. The aim of this study is to evaluate the clinical, radiographic and histologic (if any teeth later are doomed for extraction for orthodontic or other reasons) success rate of VPT on treating cariously exposed permanent teeth with developmental defects of enamel. ...

Dimensional Alterations of the Edentulous Ridge Following Removal of Multiple Adjacent Teeth

The objective of the present study is to evaluate if loss of multiple adjacent teeth will cause proportionally greater tissue diminution than the loss of single teeth the possibility of counteracting unfavourable ridge modeling after multiple tooth extractions by placing implants in the fresh extraction sites soft tissue alterations at implants and adjacent teeth

Outcomes of Restoring Untreated and SDF-treated Dentine Caries Lesions in Primary Teeth of Preschool Children

The primary objective of this proposed clinical study is to compare the success rates of ART restorations placed in untreated and SDF-treated dentine caries lesions in primary teeth. The secondary objective is to describe the change in parents' satisfaction with the aesthetics of their child's teeth and the change in oral health-related quality of life of preschool children before and after placement of ART restorations. The study population is preschool children attending kin...

Orthodontic Approaches to Correct Deep Bite in Mixed Dentition Patients

A deep bite is a bite where the upper front teeth cover almost all, if not all the lower front teeth. Currently there is no clarity which of the available treatment approaches is better when these patients still have some baby (deciduous) teeth in their mouths. This study will compare the results of four ways to manage this problem: 1. Delay treatment until all permanent teeth are erupted, 2. Temporary glue some brackets to the upper front teeth and correct the pr...

Evaluating the Performance and Efficiency of Zirconia Crowns in Treating Primary Teeth

This randomized clinical trial aims to compare the clinical outcomes of two full‑coronal-coverage restorations (locally-made preformed Zirconia crowns [LMP] and NuSmile Zirconia crowns [Nu/ZR]) in treating carious primary teeth. Amongst the children attending the clinics of the Dental School at Damascus University, the ones having an indication for crowns restorations will be screened and if they are conformant to the inclusion criteria then they will be recruited until 60 te...

Comparison Between Injection Molded Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) Framework and Cobalt Chromium Framework Removable Partial Dentures Regarding Periodontal Health of Abutment Teeth

This study is aiming to evaluate the periodontal status of the abutment teeth in Polyetheretherketone ( PEEK ) framework partial dentures compared with cobalt-chromium ones in mandibular kennedy class I edentulous cases aiming to preserve the optimum periodontal health of the abutment teeth .

An Evaluation of the Efficacy of Oral-B New Product Sensi-Stop on Dentinal Hypersensitivity

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of Sensi-StopTM strips on the relief of dentinal hypersensitivity. In other words, do Sensi-StopTM strips reduce or eliminate cold sensitivity in teeth? In addition, the investigators will evaluate whether there is a difference in the Sensi-StopTM strip effectiveness when the product is placed by a dental professional compared to self-placement by the person with sensitive teeth. This product is not experimental.

Apexification Treatment With MTA(Mineral Trioxide Aggregate) and Ca(OH)2

Ninety immature teeth with necrotic pulps and periapical lesions on patients (aged 16-40y) were treated with AT using MTA (45 teeth) or CH (45 teeth) between 2015 and 2018. The patients were contacted for follow-up examination at 12 to 48 months after treatment. The treatment outcome based on clinical and radiographic criteria was assessed by calibrated examiners and dichotomized as "healed+healing" or "not healed". The age, gender, stage of root development, preoperative signs...

Pulpotomy Technique Preserving Vitality of Traumatized Anterior Permanent Immature Teeth

Aim of the study: To compare the clinical and radiographic outcomes of mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and Biodentine as vital pulp therapy materials (pulpotomy) preserving the vitality of traumatized immature anterior permanent teeth. Materials and Methods: fifty vital traumatized immature anterior permanent teeth exposed with symptomatic /asymptomatic pulpitis were included in the study according to inclusion criteria and were equally divided in two groups. Included teeth w...

A Full-Arch Implant- Supported Prosthesis in the Upper and/or Lower Jaw-USA

This study follows subjects who have agreed with their dentist that their failing teeth or missing teeth all need replacing. This study follows their standard routine care with some additional assessments. The dental treatment option that replaces a whole arch or both arches (upper and lower jaws) of the mouth is call "Teeth in a Day" and information on the use of the JUVORA™ Dental Disc during this treatment is what is being collected as part of this study along with subject...

Radiation Dosimetry in Teeth

Irradiation of any tissue creates changes in that tissue. Ionizing radiation imparts charges to the tissue as it interacts with tissue components, changing the tissue structure. The specific type of modification also depends to some extent upon the type of tissue irradiated. It has been shown that it is possible to read the tooth enamel irradiation record using techniques such as electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), or electron spin resonance (ESR). It is proposed to e...

Mechanized Instrumentation for Endodontic Treatment of Primary Teeth

Mechanized instrumentation systems stand out amongst various devices used in modern Endodontics. Its use in Pediatric Dentistry, its action in primary teeth, has been in the center of many discussions and laboratory studies. Nevertheless, up to now, a lack of clinical studies on this issue can be found. Our objective is to conduct a double blinded, 2 years follow up clinical trial to compare the success of endodontic treatment in primary teeth using mechanized reciprocating ins...

Biomimetic Remineralization Using Self-Assembling Peptide P11-4 in the Prevention and Treatment of Early Carious Lesions in Primary Anterior Teeth

This study is a single blinded randomized controlled clinical trial on primary anterior teeth of 3-5 year-old patients suffering from 1 or more white spot lesions Class V (ICDAS system II scores 1-2). 48 teeth will be divided into two groups where Group 1 (24 teeth) will receive Self-Assembling Peptide P11-4 at Day 0 and 12 of these will get a re-application at Day 90. Group 2 (24 teeth) will receive Topical Fluoride Varnish Application (Duraphat) at Day 0 and 12 of these will...

Quantitative Sensory Testing in Subjects With Sensitive Skin or Not

Sensitive skin is a common problem, with 50% of women and 30% of men in Europe feel they have sensitive skin. The Quantitative sensory testing (QST) is a physico-psychic method that uses gradients stimuli of different modalities to measure a subjective somatosensory response. This allows to characterize sensory dysfunction by assessing the participation of small and large nerve fibers. The aim of this project is to characterize the presence or absence of a neurological ...

Homestead Agriculture and Nutrition Project

HANU is an evaluation of the effects of an integrated, gender-focused nutrition-sensitive intervention on the nutrition and health of young children and women of reproductive age in rural Tanzania.

Effects of Fixed and Removable Space Maintainers on Periodontal Health and DMFT/Dft Values

Space maintainers are appliances that applied when primary teeth were lost prematurely because of many reasons such as tooth decay, trauma, lack of germ of permanent tooth.4 Space problems play an important role in practice of dentistry and also understanding of the dental development in the primary and mixed dentitions could help to intercept the malocclusion.The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of applied space maintainers on periodontal health and dental status a...

Clini Asses of Pt Satisfactn,Retentn,Fracture&PD Health of Reinforced Lithium Silicate (RLS)Endocrs Versus Post RLS Crs

Patient satisfaction ,retention,fracture and periodontal health of endodontically treated teeth restored with Reinforced Lithium Silicate Endocrowns in comparison to Post Retained Reinforced Lithium Silicate Crowns is a new subject that have to be thoroughly investigated for future clinical application.


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