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Immediate and Delayed Dentin Sealing Effect on Partial Crowns

Immediate Dentin Sealing as an adjunct to adhesive cementation of all ceramic restorations is proposed and executed in several studies, but there is very limited evidence to support its effectiveness. It is presumed that IDS both reduces postoperative sensitivity and increases the bond strength to dentin as compared to DDS.


Post-operative Hyper-sensitivity Assessment After Immediate Versus Delayed Dentine Sealing in Teeth for Indirect Tooth Colored Restorations

PICOT elements:P: Teeth restored with indirect tooth colored restoration I: Immediate dentin sealing using universal adhesive C: Delayed dentin sealing O: Post-operative Hypersensitivity T: -Hypersensitivity assessment one week during provisionalization period and post-cementation S: Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

Effectiveness of Sealing Dental Caries

This study aims to evaluate, through a controlled clinical randomized study, the effectiveness of sealing carious lesions with composite resin in primary molars. For this, healthy children (n=100) with caries lesion reaching to the middle third of the dentin of primary molars, will be submitted to different treatments to remove the lesions. These patients will be randomly allocated in the following treatment groups: (1) cavity sealing (Non-invasive resin based dental sealing) w...


Management of Occlusal Dentinal Caries in Deciduous Molars

This study evaluates and compares the efficacy of no caries removal and sealing with a well-adapted and crimped stainless steel crown verses selective caries removal upto soft dentin and upto firm dentin in healing and /or preventing progression of moderate to deep occlusal dentinal caries.

Correlation Between Root Resorption and Dentin Sialoprotein Upon Application of Different Orthodontic Forces.

Since root resorption is a frequent consequence of orthodontic treatment, DSP are non-collagenous dentin-specific matrix proteins postulated to be involved in the mineralization of pre-dentin into dentin. Calculating the amount of DSP -Dentine Sialo Protein- produced upon root resorption might be an indicative biological marker for root resorption

Effect of Surface Sealant Application on Clinical Performance Occlusal Restorations

The aim was to evaluate the clinical performance of HEMA-containing and HEMA-free all-in-one self-etch adhesives with and without a surface sealing process with a nanohybrid composite in occlusal caries restorations. The hypothesis is that the HEMA-containing and HEMA-free all-in-one self-etch adhesive and the surface sealing process would significantly effect clinical performance of occlusal restorations.

Laser Used in the Treatment of Hypomineralized Occlusal Lesions in Teeth Enamel Affected by MIH

Background: Nowadays an increase in the incidence of teeth affected by molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) has been observed. There are several treatment modalities that depend on the degree of severity of the defect, such as preventive procedures, restorative and even dental extractions. However, these changes may affect the retention and longevity of restorative materials. Therefore, the aim of this study is to evaluate the use of diode laser irradiation for the treatment ...

Evaluation of Desensitization Protocols in Reduction of Dentin Hypersensitivity

The aim of this study is through a double blind randomized clinical trial, evaluate the effectiveness of different clinical protocols in the reduction of dentin hypersensitivity. The desensitization approach (single agent or associated agents) and the long-term effectiveness (baseline, 1 week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 12 weeks and 24 weeks) will be evaluated. Data will be collected, tabulated and submitted to statistical analysis.

A Clinical Trial of the Vessel Sealing System (LigaSure) in Azygoportal Disconnection and Splenectomy in Patients With Portal Hypertension

The aim of this trial was to verify the efficiency of a new surgical device (the LigaSure vessels sealing system) in esophagogastric decongestion and splenectomy in patients with portal hypertension.

Deproteinization as a Coadjuvant in Dentin Adhesion of Noncarious Cervical Lesions

This study will verify the effect of the application of a substance (10% sodium hypoclorite -NaOCL) in dentin on noncarious cervical lesions, with the aim of increasing the longevity of the restorations performed in this type of lesion. The hypothesis of the present study is that the application of deproteinization solution after acid etching does not influence the failure rate of the restorations.

Study of Efficacy and Adverse Effects: Vessel Sealing System Tonsillectomy Versus Cold Knife Tonsillectomy

This study was planned to compare vessel sealing system tonsillectomy (VSST) to the traditional cold knife tonsillectomy (CKT) with special regard to intraoperative bleeding, operative time, postoperative pain and hemorrhage.

Evaluation of the Remineralizing and Antibacterial Effect of Natural Versus Synthetic Materials on Deep Carious Dentin

The present study will be performed to evaluate: 1. The remineralizing effect of natural materials versus synthetic materials on deep carious dentin after selective caries removal. 2. The antibacterial effect of natural materials versus synthetic materials on deep carious dentin.

Phase I Feasibility Safety Study: Laser Tissue Welding - Distal Pancreatectomy Sealing Study

The laser tissue welding device is intended for use in patients requiring sealing of the pancreas after partial pancreatectomy, and including those patients who are fully heparinized or have hemodilutional coagulation failure. The objective of this pilot study will be to obtain a clinical safety and efficacy endpoint profile of laser tissue welding therapy for sealing the resected pancreatic surface after open partial pancreatectomy required for removal of resectable benign or...

Vessel Sealing System Uvulopalatoplasty Versus Uvulopalatal Flap

The purpose of this study is to compare vessel sealing system uvulopalatoplasty (VSSU) to the traditional uvulopalatal flap (UPF) in the treatment of sleep-disordered breathing with special regard to intraoperative bleeding, operative time, postoperative pain, postoperative hemorrhage and other adverse effects.

Sealing Defective Margins of Composite Restorations With Fluid Composite Resin Nanofiller Reinforced

the patient (n=60), with at least 3 composite resins with marginal defects , randomized into 3 groups A=Sealed with flow composite reinforced with nanofiller , B= Sealed with resin sealant , and C=Control, without intervention , and then assessed by the FDI criteria for clinical performance and longevity of restorations

Comparison of Different Methods of Enamel Preparation Before Pit and Fissure Sealants

This study concerns the prevention of dental caries by sealing pits and fissures of permanent molars with a photopolymerizable resin. It must compare these three techniques Microdentisty (air abrasion, abrasion and sound using small cutters) usually used to prepare micro cavities in the enamel and / or the outer third of the dentin. These three commonly used techniques have never been compared by retaining as endpoint retention of sealant. These techniques are painless and do n...

Sealing Manifest Occlusal Caries Lesions in the Permanent Dentition

The research project "SEAL-DK" is focusing on advantages and disadvantages of two treatment strategies: non-invasive fissure sealing and invasive restorative treatment of manifest occlusal caries lesions in permanent teeth in children and adolescents. The purpose of the project is to promote the understanding of the possibilities of non-invasive treatment of occlusal caries lesions in the permanent dentition, and to increase the present knowledge about the optimal threshold for...

Sealing Microcavitated Carious Lesions

This study aimed to test whether sealing microcavitated ICDAS 3 carious lesions in permanent molars may be arrested by sealing using two different types of materials; a glass ionomer and a resin sealant. A Randomized controlled clinical trial was designed. Children between 6 and 12 years old were recruited and a total of 150 ICDAS 3 lesions in first permanent molars were allocated to one of the two arms of the study. Clinical and radiographic lesion progression were the main ou...

Caries Sealing Using Giomer and Glass Ionomer Cement With or Without Silver Diamine Fluoride

The purpose of this study is to evaluate and compare the clinical performance of Giomer and GIC restorations with and without SDF on caries sealing of primary molar teeth

ELectrosurgical Bipolar Devices VS Convention Electronicautery

There was no study about application of electrosurgical bipolar sealing device for mastectomy in Korean population, because Korean national insurance did not cover use of the advanced sealing device until last year. Sample size of the previous studies was too small to draw a solid conclusion. Therefore, this study was designed prospectively to evaluate whether application of bipolar energy device for mastectomy could provide clinical benefit in terms of reducing seroma formatio...

A Clinical Method Development Study to Characterise The Efficacy of a Dentifrice For The Relief Of Dentin Hypersensitivity

The aim of this study is to develop the clinical methodology to characterize the efficacy profiles of an experimental 5% potassium nitrate (KNO3) and 0.454% stannous fluoride (SnF2) combination dentifrice and a marketed desensitizing 0.454% SnF2 only dentifrice for the relief of dentin hypersensitivity (DH), at multiple time points, over an 8 week treatment period.

Radical Cystectomy: Can We Improve Our Surgical Technique With the Ligasure Impact Tissue-Sealing Device?

Evaluate the utility/safety of an FDA-approved tissue sealing device during radical cystectomy as compared to an FDA-approved stapling device.

Efficacy and Tolerability of Hemopatch After Hepatic Resection

- Previous in vitro and in vivo studies detected the HEMOPATCH Sealing Hemostat® to be a new versatile, self-adhering hemostatic sealing pad consisting of a polyethylene glycol-coated collagen. - Initial study assessed that HEMOPATCH Sealing Hemostat® can be applied to seal almost any bleeding surface encountered during a range of procedures. The Authors shown that the device is eminently capable in both via laparotomy and laparoscopic approaches, and...

An in Vitro Evaluation of Antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy on Deciduous Carious Dentin

Despite of the decline of dental caries, this disease is still common in polarized groups affecting children. Therefore, the aim of this randomized blind in vivo study was to compare the antimicrobial effect of two antimicrobial therapies in deciduous carious dentin. Thirty two patients aging from 5 to 7 years old had partial caries removal in deep carious dentin lesion in deciduous molar and were divided in three groups: Control - chlorhexidine and resin modified glass ionomer...

Use of Biomaterials as Desensitizer Agents

Aim: to investigate the clinical effectiveness over 12 weeks of three different biomaterials, nano-hydroxyapatite based, in the therapy of the dental sensitivity. Methods: The study is designed as a randomized clinical trial comparing: 1) Cavex Bite&White ExSense, 2) Teethmate™ Desensitizer , 3) Ghimas Dentin Desensitizer. The pain experience was generated by a cold stimulus directly to a sensitive tooth surface and assessed using the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). The respons...


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