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Improved Oral Health and Dental Care in Children With Congenital Heart Disease

Background: Congenital heart disease (CHD) is one of the most common congenital anomalies in children. As the risk for endocarditis following bacteraemia is more common during daily oral hygiene routines, such as tooth brushing, than during dental treatment, the maintenance of optimal oral health in children with CHD may be considered of outmost importance. Children with CHD have a higher caries prevalence compared to healthy controls. Aim: The primary aim of the study is to e...


Contact Allergies to Dental Metal as a Possible Risk Factor for Oral Cancer

RATIONALE: Gathering information about allergies to metals may help doctors learn whether having an allergy to metal used in dental work increases the risk of developing oral cancer. PURPOSE: This clinical trial is studying contact allergies to dental metal as a possible risk factor for oral cancer.

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...


Attitudes and Knowledge of Oral Health Among Nursing Personnel

Oral Health care has been shown to have low priority among nursing personnel, especially among personnel with shorter education. As the population gets older and keep their natural teeth high up in age, in most cases throughout life, it is of importance to help the older maintain a good oral health when the cognitive functions and physical ability decreases. In 1999, a new dental care system was introduced with the aim to offer elderly with long-term need for extensive care, ho...

Assessing Drivers and Barriers to Follow-Up Screening for Anal Cancer in Men Who Have Sex With Men

This study is designed to identify barriers that prevent men who have sex with men from receiving doctor-recommended annual follow-up screenings for anal cancer. Men who are at the highest risk for developing anal cancer will be asked to complete a brief questionnaire (either via telephone or in writing). The questionnaire is designed to identify potential barriers to care-seeking behavior including, relationship status, financial constraints, highest level of education and k...

Oral Evaluation by the Nurses From the Office of Access to Healthcare ("PASS") for Vulnerable People - PASSDENT Study

Oral health is defined as the state of being free from dental or periodontal diseases and discomfort of oral cavity. WHO considers that oral hygiene is a major public health problem whatever the countries (developed, developing, and underdeveloped). The two main local medical problems are dental caries and periodontal diseases. Without appropriate treatments, both diseases can lead to local functional and esthetic damages, and can also have some negative repercussions on healt...

The Oral Cavity as a Source of Febrile Neutropenia

Febrile neutropenia (FN) is a clinically important adverse effect of myelosuppressive chemotherapy. If patients present with FN, attention is focussed on well-recognized sites of origin of infection: the airways, urinary tracts, and skin. However, infections can be only documented clinically in about two-third of febrile episodes, whereas a causative microbial pathogen cannot be identified in the majority (>70%) of cases. Pre-treatment oral evaluation aimed to identify and eli...

Sonographic Imaging of Oral and Dental Anatomical Structures (A Pilot Study)

The overall purpose of this study is to establish an ultrasound technique to aid in oral and dental examination of soft and hard tissues. Ultrasound is currently not used in Dentistry and associated oral examinations and its usefulness for clinical practice will be explored. This study will investigate the use of ultrasonic imaging for planning and placing dental implants, as well as evaluate the use of ultrasonic imaging for monitoring marginal bone loss around dental implants...

Dental Hygienist Support Promotes Good Oral Health in Nursing Homes

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of dental hygienist support on oral health and attitudes to oral healthcare in nursing homes for older people. Background: Studies in long-term care facilities have indicated that oral health is often unsatisfactory. It is important that nursing staff are able to assist dependent care recipients. Dental hygienist support has been suggested as valuable help. Material and methods: Two nursing homes were randomly selec...

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.

Commensal Oral Microbiota in H&N Cancer

This is a prospective, single blind, two arm, randomized, controlled trial to test the efficacy of an oral care protocol to treat oral mucositis (OM) in patients receiving radiation (RT) or chemoradiation (chemoRT) for head and neck cancer. This trial will also measure salivary proinflammatory cytokines, and evaluate other clinical effects of the intervention during cancer therapy. In addition, oral mucosal swabs will be collected for the future characterization of changes in t...

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.

Domiciliary Professional Oral Care for Dependent Elderly

Today's increase of dentate elderly, many of them dependent, is a challenge, both according to the personal daily oral hygiene and dentistry. This is not only an oral problem, as research findings point to strong associations between oral and general health, even mortality. These findings are especially noticeable in elderly and frail individuals. Dental care is usually performed in stationary dental clinics where the patients are transported to receive treatment. Dependent el...

A Review of Low-Dose CT Lung Cancer Screenings in a Community-Based Healthcare System With High Incidence

An analysis of Low-Dose Cat Scan(LDCT) Screenings for Lung Cancer completed within the St. Elizabeth system from January 2015 until February 2018. The study investigator, or designee(s), will retrospectively review patient encounters, collecting data related to LDCT referrals and completions. Data analysis will focus on the subsequent imaging, procedures, reviews at The Nodule Review Board and Lung Cancers diagnosed as a result of the LDCT.

Analysis of the Variation in Caspase-8 Availability and Cleavage in Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Control of cell death is frequently disrupted in cancer resulting in overgrowth of tumour cells. Caspase-8 is a key enzyme involved in controlling cell death. This study examines the importance of caspase-8 in oral cancer.

A Comparative Study of Electric Toothbrushes for the Efficacy Plaque Removal and the Effect on Plaque Accumulation and Gingivitis.

It is well accepted that the greatest contributor to the health of the periodontium and dentition is regular and thorough dental plaque removal, typically by means of adequate toothbrushing. Although patients are typically informed about the risks of substandard oral hygiene and the contributing factors in oral/dental disease by dental professionals, research has shown that an undesirably high proportion of adults find thorough toothbrushing with a standard manual toothbrush to...

Study of Oral Papillomavirus In Teens and Twenties

Recently human papillomavirus (HPV) has been recognized to cause some oropharyngeal (tonsil) cancer. But very little is known about oral HPV infection and risk factors. This study will evaluate how common oral HPV infection is, what sexual behaviors are associated with risk for infection, and how long infections tend to last.

Oral State of Patients Affected by an Oral Cancer Before and After Radiotherapy - 3-years Prospective Study

Context: the oral cancer is the 5th cancer in order of frequency for human in France. It is the country where the mortality by oral cancer is the most raised in Europe. The most frequent location concerns the oral cavity prevalency of which is one of higher in the world. The main risk factors are the tobacco and the alcohol. The oral cancer is treated in the great majority of the cases by radiotherapy which is going to pull xerostomy, responsible for the degradation of the ora...

Improving Dental Care and Oral Health in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Participation in routine dental care is a significant challenge for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) due to a variety of factors, including considerations related to ASD symptoms and associated anxiety and behavioral challenges. Lack of routine, effective dental care has contributed to a substantial unmet healthcare need for children with ASD, who are at increased risk for excessive plaque, caries, and oral infections. The purpose of this study is to test a parent-...

Relationship Between Oral Health Status and Unexplained Female Infertility in Turkish Population

Periodontal diseases and dental caries are initiated by a pathogenic biofilm, in a susceptible host, affecting the tooth periodontium and hard tissues. Its possible association with many biologic systems has been studied. In this study, researchers investigated association between oral health and female infertility, and what is the biological rationale for such relationship.

Intra- and Post- Operative Bleeding After Simple Dental Extraction in Direct Oral Anticoagulant Therapy

Direct Oral Anticoagulants were recently approved for medical treatment of several condition such as, non valvular atrial fibrillation, deep venous thrombosis, and others, substituting sometimes the conventional oral anticoagulants. The aim of the present study is to observe the possible difference in intra-operative and post-operative bleeding events for single dental extraction.

Supervised Brushing Programme for Intellectual Disabled Students

Intellectual disabled persons faced more dental problems. According to a medical review paper of international and local studies, this group has poorer dental hygiene, more severe gum disease and more untreated caries. In 2010, a report from the guardians in Hong Kong mentioned that most adults with intellectual disability cannot clean their teeth, the have dental problems and it is very difficult for them to co-operate during the dental treatment. In order to alleviate their d...

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.

Waukesha Smiles: Dental Outreach to Low-income Waukesha Children

The Waukesha Smiles Project will compare approaches to improve oral health habits and increase access to basic dental care for low-income children in Waukesha, Wisconsin through a school-based outreach program of oral health promotion, screening and referral.

Clinical Research Study Efficacy of a Prototype Oral Rinse

Evaluate the efficacy of an oral rinse on dental plaque and gingival inflammation


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