General Dentistry

– Understanding periodontitis

Jan 3, 2022 by in General Dentistry Comments Off on – Understanding periodontitis

2 Understanding periodontitis Daniela Hoedke, Henrik Dommisch Periodontitis is a complex inflammatory human disease. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), periodontitis is considered as a chronic noncommunicable disease (NCD),…

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– Prevention and prophylaxis in orthodontics: Neglected opportunities for successful prevention

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15 Prevention and prophylaxis in orthodontics: Neglected opportunities for successful prevention Karl-Friedrich Krey, Anja Ratzmann, Nadezhda Stancheva Prevention, derived from the Latin word praevenire‚ includes measures, programs, and projects to…

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– Understanding caries

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1 Understanding caries Christian H. Splieth, Mhd Said Mourad, Mohammad Alkilzy, Julian Schmoeckel, Ruth M. Santamaría In their new consensus statement on the terminology of dental caries and dental caries…

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– Fluoride: How much is needed?

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3 Fluoride: How much is needed? Livia M.A. Tenuta, Line Staun Larsen, Branca Heloisa Oliveira, Ana Paula P. Santos, Carlos González-Cabezas Few areas in health have seen such a dramatic…

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– Tooth brushing: Myth and science

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8 Tooth brushing: Myth and science Stefan Zimmer In many countries, caries prevalence has considerably declined in several age groups during the past 40 years. However, there is little evidence…

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– Nonrestorative cavity control: Can nonoperative “preventive” treatment replace restorations?

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14 Nonrestorative cavity control: Can nonoperative “preventive” treatment replace restorations? Ruth M. Santamaría, Nicola Innes Until recently, caries lesions were managed by the conventional “drill and fill” philosophy, meaning complete…

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8 Eruption, Occlusion, and Wear

Dec 11, 2021 by in General Dentistry Comments Off on 8 Eruption, Occlusion, and Wear

Abstract Eruption is a lifelong activity, which begins with the emergence of a tooth from the alveolar bone, and then proceeds to the more gradual process, which keeps the tooth…

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11 Aging

Dec 11, 2021 by in General Dentistry Comments Off on 11 Aging

Abstract When treating any patient, but in particular, one who is elderly, it is necessary to consider the needs of the whole person. Management of the elderly requires more than…

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