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04.02.2016 | Retraction Note

Erratum to: Hidrotische ektodermale Dysplasie

Ein Fallbericht zweier Schwestern

This article is withdrawn by the publisher due to infringement of personal rights.

09.07.2014 | Journal Club

Anteroposterior condylar position in different subjects

Fraga MR, Rodrigues AF, Ribeiro LC et al (2013) Anteroposterior condylar position: a comparative study between subjects with normal occlusion and patients with Class I, Class II Division 1, and Class III malocclusions. Med Sci Monit 19:903–907 …

15.05.2014 | Journal Club

Autotransplantating of developing premolars

Plakwicz P, Wojtowicz A, Czochrowska EM (2013) Survival and success rates of autotransplanted premolars: a prospective study of the protocol for developing teeth. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 144:229–237 …

06.03.2014 | Journal Club

A randomized clinical trial on the use of medical Portland cement, MTA, and calcium hydroxide indirect pulp treatment

Preserving pulp vitality is the most important treatment outcome for deep caries lesions. To avoid pulp exposure, one- or two-step indirect pulp treatment (IPT) and stepwise caries excavation have been suggested. These methods differ in the …

02.03.2014 | Journal Club

Dental findings and identification of undiagnosed hyperglycemia

There is ample evidence that type 2 diabetes is a risk factor for periodontitis. Early stage type 2 diabetes often goes undiagnosed for years, affecting many individuals. Prediabetes is characterized by mild hyperglycemia and insulin resistance …

18.01.2014 | Journal Club

No association between TMJ joint clicking and malocclusion features in a patient sample analyzed by logistic regression

Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) may affect the related joints (TMJs) or muscles, and one manifestation of dysfunction is joint clicking. Several potential causative factors have been discussed which may trigger TMD when they coincide in adverse …

26.10.2013 | Journal Club

Mandibular cortical shape index in non-standardised panoramic radiographs for identifying patients with osteoporosis as defined by the German Osteology Organization

The aim of this prospective controlled study was to assess the validity of the mandibular cortical shape index (CI) on panoramic radiographs in distinguishing patients with osteoporosis as defined by the German Osteology Organization …

26.10.2013 | Journal Club

Dimensional alterations of extraction sites after different alveolar ridge preservation techniques—a volumetric study

The aim of this randomized controlled clinical study was to assess soft-tissue contour changes after different alveolar ridge preservation procedures.

23.08.2013 | Journal Club

A 7-year randomized prospective study of a one-step self-etching adhesive in non-carious cervical lesions. The effect of curing modes and restorative material

Shrinkage of dental resin composite (RC) during polymerization is an unwanted side effect as there is evidence that it exerts clinically negative effects like microleakage, marginal discoloration, tooth and/or RC fracture, postoperative …

28.06.2013 | Journal Club

Development of temporomandibular disorders and posterior open bite in patients with mandibular advancement devices used in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea

About 12% of the US population has obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Breathing cessation and oxygen deficits are associated with higher morbidity and mortality rates. They also contribute to cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and type II diabetes.

08.05.2013 | Journal Club

Randomized trial of partial vs. stepwise caries removal: 3-year follow-up

This randomized, multicenter clinical trial by Maltz et al. [ 1 ] evaluated the effectiveness of two treatments for deep caries lesions—partial caries removal (PCR) and stepwise excavation (SW)—with respect to the primary outcome of pulp vitality …

08.05.2013 | Journal Club

Effectiveness of autofluorescence to identify suspicious oral lesions—a prospective, blinded clinical trial

Regular screening through white light inspection of the entire oral mucosa is the most important examination method to identify precancerous lesions and early oral carcinoma. Additionally, the physiologic autofluorescence of the oral mucosa has …

27.10.2012 | Journal Club

Coronally advanced flap for root coverage: long-term outcomes

A large number of clinical trials have demonstrated the efficacy of coronally advanced flap (CAF)-based procedures to treat single and multiple gingival recessions (GRs).

27.10.2012 | Journal Club

Biomechanical implant treatment complications: a systematic review

The aim of this investigation by Hsu YT et al. (Int J Oral Maxillofac Impl 2012, 27:894–904) [ 1 ] was to discuss the current literature on the etiology and management of biomechanical complications of dental implant treatment.

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