Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy

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EISSN : 2373-4345
Current Publisher: MedCrave Group, LLC (10.15406)
Total articles ≅ 479
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Claudiane Da Silva Maia Do Carmo, Eber Coelho Paraguassu, Elias Naim Kassis, Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 194-196; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00540

Andrews Lv, Devlin B, Hall Dk, Curtin C
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 156-163; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00535

Divyachampa Dn Khaunte, Praveen S Kumar, Vikas Dhupar, Mohan Naik
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 150-154; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00534

Vanessa Dos Santos Viana, Matheus Dos Santos Fernandez, Filipe De Souza Nunes, Igor Soares Vieira, Paulo Ricardo Saquete Martins-Filho
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 132-137; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00531

Ana Rego, Jesus Af Tresguerres, Jose M Tallon, Paulo Gomes
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 116-124; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00529

This study pretends to evaluate the beneficial effects of the treatment with growth hormone (compassive off-label use) on bone regeneration and osseointegration of dental implant surgeries in elderly people. A total of 140 patients, between 35 and 82 years of age, undergoing dental surgery, receiving a total of 402 dental implants have been investigated. Informed consent was signed by all of them. From this group, 58 patients (31 males and 27 females) received a total of 209 implants and were treated with local growth hormone in the surgical bed during the procedure, and in 29 implants of this group, when surgical beds were more extensive also with daily systemic application for one month. Another 82 patients between 35 and 82 years of age (39 males and 43 female) were also submitted to implant surgery and received a total of 193 implants without growth hormone treatment. For the evaluation of results, a simple apical radiography was used. Osseointegration was determined by bone neoformation and density between and around the implant coils. Study showed that growth hormone treatment was able to induce a statistically significant decrease in the average time between the surgical approach and osseointegration of the implant. The median value for treated patients was 82 days whereas the untreated needed a median of 140 days. No differences were observed either regarding gender or groups of age. It was concluded that in all age and gender groups the reduction of the osseointegration time was very significant when growth hormone treatment was used.
Fernanda Cristina Figueira Teixeira, Leticia Marin Leon, Everton Padilha Gomes, Alice Moreira Neves Pedrao, Alexandre Da Costa Pereira, Priscila Maria Stolses Bergamo Francisco
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 108-114; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00528

Wilhelm Niedermeier, Katrin Huesker
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 86-92; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00524

Background/purpose: Combination of dental titanium implants with other prosthetic metallic components may lead to metal ion release that increases the risk of adverse reactions in patients. The present study therefore aimed to determine in vitro metal ion dissolution from different alloy combinations. Materials and methods: Dental alloys were subjected to a lactic acid immersion test together with titanium implants and matched with controls. Between day 1 and 38, open direct current potentials (DCP) between the samples and the electrolyte were recorded and metal dissociation inside the electrolyte was assessed using ICP-MS. Results: Absolute DCPs of the different alloys increased significantly (p
Matheus Neves, Gustavo Almansa Bernardo, Deon de Moraes, Juliana Balbinot Hilgert
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 65-69; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00521

The article`s purpose was to understand the sociodemographic and epidemiological profile of the homeless population of Canoas, a metropolitan region of Porto Alegre, in Brazil. To accomplish this homeless population census from Canoas, the information contained in the records of all users registered at Consultóriona Rua (Street Clinic) was used from the beginning of activities in December 2014 until July 2016. Totalizing that, 347 people were collected in the months of June, July and August 2016.84.4% are men, 55.9% self-described as white. Most 64.1% have incomplete primary education, with recycling as the main occupation in 20.6 % of cases. 36.1% reported being on the street due to the use of some psychoactive substance, being 62.0% alcohol users. 69.1% make daily consumption of psychoactive substance, 23.6% have some STIs, considering 14.6% carriers of the HIV virus. Get to know their specificities and needs according to the location in which they are inserted, will make it possible to create means, through public policies, to recover their sense of belonging, and provide their rights guaranteed by law, treating them with dignity.
Jose Dias Da Silva Neto, Rúbia Moura Leite Boczar, Daniela Francescato Veiga, Yara Juliano, Taylor Brandão Schnaider
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 78-84; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00523

Statement of the Problem: The bioceramic cements have properties that provide periradicular and root regeneration. Attributes that determine regenerative dentistry. Purpose: the objective of this study was to evaluate endodontic treatments of necrotic teeth performed with PBS HP CIMMO® cement (without gutta-percha), compared to conventional treatments, filled with gutta-percha. Materials and Method: A two-arm, double-blind, single-center, randomized, and prospective clinical trial was designed (NCT03514264). CONSORT guidelines were followed. Eighty-six patients aged 18-60 years were enrolled; only one tooth per patient was treated. Patients were treated in two sessions in Group A (gutta-percha thermoplasticization and vertical hydraulic compresssion and AH Plus® n=43) and one session in Group B (PBS HP CIMMO® n=43). The evaluation was performed one year after the treatment. Two examiners performed clinical examinations and evaluated CT images for the presence or absence of periradicular lesion. Intention-to-treat analysis was used. Results: Tomographic analyzes showed differences between the groups: group B (PBS HP CIMMO®) presented a higher number of cases with periradicular regeneration (p=0.0004). Conclusion: The results of the present study indicated the possibility of rehabilitation of necrotic teeth through endodontic filling with bioceramic (PBS HP CIMMO®), without gutta-percha, in a single session.
Jaime Andrés Montoya Pereira, Lina Marcela Herrera Orozco, Rubiel Antonio Marín Jaramillo
Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy, Volume 11, pp 54-57; doi:10.15406/jdhodt.2020.11.00519

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