Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The Specific Role of Periodontal Disease in Lung Cancer Pathogenesis (MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers 

Editorial: It has been proposed that poor oral hygiene, especially in high risk patients could be a predatory factor for respiratory diseases. Oral cavity that coincides with trachea could be a natural gate for colonization by respiratory pathogens. Dental plaque can be colonized by those that have been inhaled from the oro pharynx cavity to the upper airways and then can approach the lower airway and adhere to the bronchial or alveolar epithelium [1,2]. Periodontal Disease (PD) has been associated with chronic lung diseases, such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) [3,4]. It has also been recorded that pulmonary function in COPD patient’s decreases with increasing Clinical Attachment Loss (CAL), and an association between poor oral hygiene and COPD was recorded after controlling for potential con-founders, such as gender, age, smoking antisocial-economic level [5]. The mentioned findings were in accordance with those that carried out from previous case-control and prospective studies [6-10].

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Looking at Patients and Listening to Patients in Time of Technological Innovation(MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers

Looking at Patients and Listening to Patients in Time of Technological Innovation(MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers 

Introduction: We are in a globalized world, with fast and extensive changes, particularly in the appropriate use of technology in medical problems. The search for early diagnosis and treatment goes through a range of increasingly complex exams and interventions, based on technological advances. Smart phone interaction has the potential to improve clinical case discussion, for example. However some controversies persist: Are these advances also associated with patients satisfaction with quality of care received, according to their needs and perspectives? Several factors affecting negatively the effective communication between patients and health professionals as the limitations imposed by listeners and difficulty developing language skills and understanding. In the context of what has been described previously, looking at the individual and effectively understanding beyond first impressions represents one of the fundamental basis for healthcare, but not usually. Listening is presented as another essential communication strategy for relationship between health professional and their patients. It is considered therapeutic because of the reduction of anxieties, stress and suffering of the assisted, by the dialogue. Therefore is very important a qualified listening and embracement in health practice. Technological resources must be expanded and improved, increasing our interpersonal relationship.


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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Signs of Tooth Eruption in Infants(MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers


Signs of Tooth Eruption in Infants (MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers
 
Introduction: As important as it is, tooth eruption is a matter of difficulty for both parents and children. Note that maintaining the health of teeth and gums in the child is the basis of the health of his teeth and gums for whole life. Teeth eruption is one of the most important stages of the growth, and through this stage, the baby will be able to have chewable foods. Commonly, there is a timetable for each primary tooth to erupt in the mouth. Signs of infant’s teeth eruption include disturbances in sleep and night-time wakening, mouth-watering, redness of cheeks, chewing fingers and objects, swollen gums, child malaise, bad temper, and the appearance of tooth buds [1-3]. In this article, we refer to any of these cases.

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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Maurice Roy’s Protest (MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers

Maurice Roy’s Protest (MADOHC)-Lupine Publishers

Opinion:Maurice Roy was born on 24 December 1866. At 14, he entered a dental surgery as an apprentice technician. In 1884, he enrolled at the Dental School of Paris where he was awarded his diploma in 1886. He became a tenured teacher in 1900. He passed his baccalaureate. He then started medical studies. In order to meet his own needs, he worked as a dentist. He was exempted from military service because of his myopia; he was able to devote himself to writing his thesis he sustained in 1894. When the Dreyfus Affair broke out, at the cries of Zola in J’Accuse! published in 1898, he signed the petition for the rehabilitation of the captain. Having contributed towards the creation of FDI World Dental Federation in 1901, he became a member of its executive body in 1904, then its vice-president in 1911. He was re-elected to the post in 1936. In 1902 he founded the French Dentists Cooperative Society (Cooperative Society of Dentists of France), which supplied equipments to the practitioners of the country. In 1914 he created the relief committee for the wounded to the jaws and the face (Relief Committee of the wounded of the jaws and the face). He dedicated himself: he established surgical and prosthetic rehabilitation protocols that were used by other centers. In 1915 he created the Fraternal aid for French and Belgian war victims dentists (Fraternal help to French dentists and Belgian victims of war). In 1923 he took the lead of The Odontology magazine. Roy made it a key player in dentistry of that time. Every themes were subjectively studied. In 1928 he left the public welfare [1-3].


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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Comparative Evaluation of the Irradiance Emitted by Different Methods of Photopolymerization (MADOHC)-Lupine Publishers

Comparative Evaluation of the Irradiance Emitted by Different Methods of Photopolymerization (MADOHC)-Lupine Publishers

Introduction: To obtain success in the polymerization of restorative materials, obtaining a quality, it is necessary a light curing device and this in turn must be in proper operation. It is to be known that some other factors will influence these restorations as the emission and intensity of the light, adequate time of exposure and correct wavelength. Most of the three methods of light curing are used: High intensity in continuous light (High), increasing intensity (Soft-Start) and low (Low) intensity. The alteration between the above methods according to the time of exposure may cause different effects and should be chosen according to the need of the restorative procedure to be performed.

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Friday, January 11, 2019

Atypical Implant Failure (MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers

Atypical Implant Failure (MADOHC) - Lupine Publishers

With an average survival rate of 95%, the endosseous dental implant is one of the most successful and predictable innovations in modern dentistry. The factors contributing to the success, and failure, of dental implants are now well-established [1-6] and include the oral and systemic health of the patient, patient age, implant type, implant surface, implant length, bone type, surgical site (mandible or maxilla), type of surgery (one- or two-stage) and immediate (fresh socket) or delayed implant placement. Other important aspects regarding the success of an implant include the skill, experience and, apparently gender, of the surgeon [7]. Early implant failures, a prevalence of about 5.6%, most often is observed in edentulous upper jaws, notably with implants having a turned surface. There is some controversy as to whether pre- and post-operative antibiotic coverage is needed, but overall antibiotic therapy can be helpful but apparently is only essential when infection is present.

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Saturday, January 5, 2019

o Evaluate Different Soft Tissue Liners, as Functional Impression Materials, by Determining its Effect on Surface Roughness of Dental Stone Over a Time Period: An In-Vitro Study - Lupine Publishers

o Evaluate Different Soft Tissue Liners, as Functional Impression Materials, by Determining its Effect on Surface Roughness of Dental Stone Over a Time Period: An In-Vitro Study by Swapnil B Shankargouda in Modern Approaches in Dentistry and Oral Health Care- Lupine Publishers

To evaluate, compare and contrast the changes in surface roughness of dental stone casts, recovered from commercially available chair-side soft liners, used as functional impression materials. Ten disk-shaped denture soft liner samples [18 mm wide × 2 mm thick] were fabricated and dental stone poured over it after zero hours [control], one day, seven days, fourteen days and twenty one days, with a total sample size of 100 obtained from GC SOFT LINER [50 samples] and MOLLOSIL [50 samples] respectively.The dental stone samples were then evaluated for mean surface roughness values [Ra] using a profilometer.Student’s paired t test [p<0.05] and Co-efficient of variance [C.V] test was used for statistical analysis. The mean surface roughness values of MOLLOSIL samples increased gradually and consistently over the period of zero hours to twenty-one days in comparison to the GC SOFT LINER samples.Within the limitations of this study, silicone-based soft tissue liner showed better results than the acrylic-based soft liner in terms of surface roughness, over the period of zero hours to twenty-one days.






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