College Of Dental Medicine 2019, 2019 Nova Southeastern University
College Of Dental Medicine 2019, Nova Southeastern University
Health Professions Divisions Course Catalogs
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Vaccination Recommendations For Oral Health Professionals, 2018 CUNY New York City College of Technology
Vaccination Recommendations For Oral Health Professionals, Susan H. Davide, Christine Macarelli, Anty Lam
Publications and Research
Dental teams should familiarize themselves with vaccination recommendations to reduce the risk of infectious diseases and better educate patients about the importance of immunizations
Integrating Oral Health Into Social Marketing Campaigns: Program Development And Description For San Francisco Children’S Oral Health Strategic Plan, 2018 University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
Integrating Oral Health Into Social Marketing Campaigns: Program Development And Description For San Francisco Children’S Oral Health Strategic Plan, Carsen Bentley
Pacific Journal of Health
Integrating oral health into an existing San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) social marketing campaign was a specific goal of the San Francisco Children’s Oral Health Strategic Plan 2014-2017 with the purpose to more fully integrate oral health promotion into the City’s overall health promotion efforts. In the winter of 2015, utilizing a collaborative approach, oral health was successfully integrated in the Open Truth campaign, promoting decreased consumption of sugar sweetened beverages in order to improve health outcomes, including decreasing tooth decay.
Improving Pediatric Oral-Systemic Health Through Motivational Interviewing: An Interprofessional Training Intervention, 2018 The University of San Francisco
Improving Pediatric Oral-Systemic Health Through Motivational Interviewing: An Interprofessional Training Intervention, Oksana Prodan
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Projects
Introduction: In response to the prevalence of early childhood carries (ECC) in the United States, recommendations were established for pediatric primary care providers to routinely incorporate oral-systemic health promotion services into clinical practice. An interprofessional education project was developed between Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) and dentistry students in San Francisco to assist trainees in the effective delivery of oral systemic health promotion services. Improving health promotion communication skills was identified as an area of need for both sets of learners. Therefore, the IPE activity was designed to incorporate Motivational Interviewing (MI) into the training along with pediatric oral health ...
Loma Linda University Dentistry - Volume 25, Number 2, 2018 Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
Loma Linda University Dentistry - Volume 25, Number 2, Mahmoud Torabinejad, Robert P. Corr, George T. J. Huang
Mahmoud Torabinejad, DMD, MSD, PhD
8-10 | New Positions Filled: Burdick, Li, Sherwin
14 | Alumni Student Convention Class of '64
18 | Factors Affecting Pulp Regeneration
30 | Student Research Winners
34 | Commencement 2014: "You Make Us Look Good"
46 | Omni Dean
49 | Marathon Man
Design Of Parallel Robot For Dental Articulation And Its Optimization, 2018 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Design Of Parallel Robot For Dental Articulation And Its Optimization, Abulimiti Delimulati
Mechanical (and Materials) Engineering -- Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research
A dental articulator is a mechanical device used to simulate the relative position and motion between the upper and lower jaw when constructing and testing dental prostheses. Typically, it can be adjusted to approximate patient-specific jaw kinematics in order to analogue the static relationship and specific motions of a patient’s mandible to maxilla. However, the use of dental articulators is essentially a trial-and-error method in order to fine-tune fit and function of a dental prosthesis. Some of the most advanced current dental articulators can reproduce the position and the motion passively; furthermore, dentists need special training for measuring patients ...
Cannabidiol Alters The Immune Response To Porphyromonas Gingivalis In Mice., 2018 University of Louisville
Cannabidiol Alters The Immune Response To Porphyromonas Gingivalis In Mice., Shilpa Singh
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Background: Porphyromonas gingivalis is an important etiologic agent of chronic periodontitis, an infectious disease defined by destruction of supporting tissues of the teeth. Marijuana is a risk factor for chronic periodontitis, although underlying mechanisms are poorly understood. As phytocannabinoids have been ascribed antiinflammatory properties, we hypothesized that cannabidiol exposure would lead to altered immune response to P. gingivalis infection facilitating bacterial persistence and, subsequently, increased alveolar bone loss in cannabidiol (CBD)-exposed mice. Methods: P. gingivalis-infected cannabinoid receptor 2 (CB2) knockout and wild type C57/Bl6 mice were exposed, or not exposed, to cannabidiol. Oral swabs from mice were used ...
Dental Hygeinists Clinical Assessment Of Dental Cervical Lesions, 2018 University of New Mexico
Dental Hygeinists Clinical Assessment Of Dental Cervical Lesions, Shyanne Padilla
Dental Hygiene ETDs
Dental hygiene is among one of the fastest growing career fields in the healthcare system. With dental hygienists spending a considerable amount of time with their patients during periodic recall appointments, it is important for dental hygienists to be calibrated with one another in how they recognize and aid in recommending treatment options for certain dental conditions. Dental cervical lesions is one of the most commonly seen oral implications in the dental office, many times being associated with tooth sensitivity. With the array of etiologies and treatment options for dental cervical lesions it is important to see if this same ...
Comparative Efficacy Of Video And Text Instructional Modalities For An Oral Surgery Technique Among Dental Students, 2018 University of the Pacific, Dugoni School of Dentistry
Comparative Efficacy Of Video And Text Instructional Modalities For An Oral Surgery Technique Among Dental Students, Ho-Hyun (Brian) Sun, Jeffrey A. Elo, Grant D. Mcclendon, Hardev Singh, Chan M. Park
Pacific Journal of Health
Purpose: To gauge the efficacy of video media in pre-doctoral oral and maxillofacial surgery education and compare it to traditional text-based learning materials.
Methods: Twenty novice dental students were randomly divided into two groups to place an Erich arch bar to the maxillary dentition of a dentoform. Group A was given a 10 minute video instruction while Group B was given 10 minutes to review written text instruction. All participants were given 45 minutes to place the arch bar on a dentoform while being recorded. This session concluded with a survey of student perceptions using the SEEQ. The students then ...
Dental Hygienists' Knowledge Of Medical Marijuana: A Survey, 2018 University New Mexico
Dental Hygienists' Knowledge Of Medical Marijuana: A Survey, Lizbeth Hinojos
Dental Hygiene ETDs
Cannabis consumption is at an all-time high in the United States. Due to its fast growth in the medical industry and the lack of FDA approval, research is very limited. Dental hygienists’ will likely encounter a patient under the influence of this substance in the dental office. To provide the best quality of care, the dental hygienist must be aware of the oral implications, side effects and necessary modifications to treatment. Therefore, dental hygiene providers must be knowledgeable on medical marijuana to have discussions with patients when needed. Due to scarce research on the topic it makes it difficult to ...
Effect Of Expansive Force On Mesenchymal Stem Cells Isolated From The Mid-Palatal Suture Of Mice, 2018 University of Pennsylvania
Effect Of Expansive Force On Mesenchymal Stem Cells Isolated From The Mid-Palatal Suture Of Mice, Samaneh Mojarrad
Understanding the mechanisms by which craniofacial sutures respond to mechanical force is essential for improving orthodontic treatment strategies. However, the innate ability to regenerate bone from calvarial stem cells is still unknown. Therefore, we have initiated a study to isolate cells from the mid-palatal suture of mice. The aim of our study is to evaluate mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) characteristics of cells isolated from the mid-palatal suture and their ability for osteogenic differentiation when subjected to cyclic tensile force in vitro. A total of 10, 6-week old male C57BL/6 mice were used to obtain mid-palatal suture cells. Cultured cells ...
Loma Linda University Dentistry - Volume 23, Number 2, 2018 Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
Loma Linda University Dentistry - Volume 23, Number 2, Mathew T. Kattadiyil, Charles J. Goodacre
Charles Goodacre, DDS, MSD
9 | Gathering of Alumni 2012
14 | Joni Stephens Retires
16 | CAD/CAM Technology
26 | Student Research Awards
30 | Commencement Number 56
48 | Donor Appreciation
58 | Recently Departed
Self-Reported Oral Health Assessment And Attitudes Toward Oral Health For Adults With Cystic Fibrosis, 2018 Old Dominion University
Self-Reported Oral Health Assessment And Attitudes Toward Oral Health For Adults With Cystic Fibrosis, Ahmed Ali Almuntashiri
Dental Hygiene Theses & Dissertations
Purpose: Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a chronic genetic disorder that an individual has at birth. Cystic fibrosis impacts equally all races, gender and becomes worse over time. The aim of this current study was to evaluate oral health status, interaction with the oral health system, and oral health awareness in adults with cystic fibrosis. Methods: A validated survey consisting of 27 questions was distributed online through cystic fibrosis Facebook pages. Individuals with CF who were 18 years old or older, residing in the U.S. and having English as their primary language were asked to respond to the survey. Independent ...
Orthodontic Treatment Planning Using Direct Visual Approximation Of Arch Length Discrepancy And Cephalometric Analyses, Kathleen Rouse Vaught
Master's Theses (2009 -)
Introduction: Space analysis and radiographic analyses are crucial elements in developing an orthodontic treatment plan. It is imperative that the orthodontist makes accurate measurements in order to come up with the most effective treatment options for each patient. Some practitioners refrain from direct measurements to determine arch length discrepancies and instead determine the amount of crowding by using direct visual approximation. In addition, more orthodontists do not routinely trace all cephalograms taken. If more and more orthodontists are using direct visual approximation to determine angular cephalometric measurements, it is important to assess the accuracy and reliability of these measurements. This ...
Orthodontic Open-Coil Spring Deactivation Forces Differ With Varying Activation Levels, 2018 Marquette University
Orthodontic Open-Coil Spring Deactivation Forces Differ With Varying Activation Levels, Ryan Lubinsky
Master's Theses (2009 -)
Coil springs are used in orthodontics to deliver forces to move teeth. However, the optimal amount of activation to produce predictable, continuous deactivation forces, for the purpose of orthodontic tooth movement, is unclear. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the deactivation force characteristics of nickel-titanium open-coil springs after varying levels of activation. Methods: Four open-coil spring products were evaluated: Dentsply GAC 100 gram and 150 gram, Orthoclassic Orthodontics Medium 150 gram, and American Orthodontics nickel-titanium springs. Open-coil springs were compressed (activation) with a universal testing machine to 20, 40, 60, or 80% of original length (15 mm; n ...
Using The Rat Grimace Scale To Detect Orofacial Pain In Mechanically-Induced Temporomandibular Joint Pain In Rats, 2018 University of Pennsylvania
Using The Rat Grimace Scale To Detect Orofacial Pain In Mechanically-Induced Temporomandibular Joint Pain In Rats, Ya-Hsin Yu, Megan M. Sperry, Beth A. Winkelstein, Eric J. Granquist
Introduction: Orofacial pain in animal models of TMJ disorders is typically evaluated by measuring evoked reflexive responses. Since the rat grimace scale (RGS) was adopted recently to assess spontaneous pain in other pathologies, this study evaluated its effectiveness for TMJ pain in the rat. RGS was evaluated using a well-defined pain model of TMJ loading.
Material and Methods: Female Holtzman rats were assigned to separate groups: loading (n=10); sham (n=4); loading with naproxen (n=4) or vehicle (n=3) on days 4 and 5 after pain developed. Jaw loading was imposed for 7 consecutive days under anesthesia by ...
Loma Linda University Dentistry - Volume 25, Number 1, 2018 Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
Loma Linda University Dentistry - Volume 25, Number 1, Jaime Lozada, Joseph Kan, Antoanela Garbacea
Antoanela Garbacea, DDS
8 | Ronald Secor Departs
9 | Introducing Euni Cho
12 | New Positions: Jessica Kim & Bonnie Retamozo
14 | Natural Crowns as Provisional Restorations
19 | A Generation of Implant Dentistry
24 | Nick Caplanis Elected President, American Academy of Implant Dentistry
36 | LLUSD at ADA in New Orleans
Lipoxin A4 Attenuates The Inflammatory Response In Stem Cells Of The Apical Papilla Via Alx/Fpr2, 2018 University of Nantes
Lipoxin A4 Attenuates The Inflammatory Response In Stem Cells Of The Apical Papilla Via Alx/Fpr2, A. Gaudin, Miroslav Tolar, Ove A. Peters
Dugoni School of Dentistry Faculty Articles
Similar to the onset phase of inflammation, its resolution is a process that unfolds in a manner that is coordinated and regulated by a panel of mediators. Lipoxin A4 (LXA4) has been implicated as an anti-inflammatory, pro-resolving mediator. We hypothesized that LXA4 attenuates or prevents an inflammatory response via the immunosuppressive activity of Stem Cells of the Apical Papilla (SCAP). Here, we report for the first time in vitro that in a SCAP population, lipoxin receptor ALX/FPR2 was constitutively expressed and upregulated after stimulation with lipopolysaccharide and/or TNF-α. Moreover, LXA4 significantly enhanced proliferation, migration, and ...
Treatment Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea With Maxillo-Mandibular Advancement Surgery: Evaluation And Predictors Of Success, 2018 Thomas Jefferson University
Treatment Of Obstructive Sleep Apnea With Maxillo-Mandibular Advancement Surgery: Evaluation And Predictors Of Success, Daniel Taub, Dmd, Md, Michael Courtney, Dmd, Md, Karl Doghramji, Md
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Posters
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a well-recognized disease entity affecting approximately 2% to 4% of the population. Maxillomandibular advancement (MMA) surgery is a highly successful surgical alternative to poorly tolerated CPAP therapy and achieves a success rate of 89% in the current literature. Our present study evaluates the effectiveness of MMA surgery in the treatment of patients with moderate to severe OSA based on Shers criteria of 50% reduction in AHI and AHI < 20. Radiographic and clinical treatment variables were evaluated in determining predictors of success for MMA in individuals with OSA.
An Update Of Oral Health Curricula In Us Family Medicine Residency Programs, 2018 University of Massachusetts Medical School
An Update Of Oral Health Curricula In Us Family Medicine Residency Programs, Hugh Silk, Judith A. Savageau, Kate Sullivan, Gail Sawosik, Min Wang
Open Access Articles
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: National initiatives have encouraged oral health training for family physicians and other nondental providers for almost 2 decades. Our national survey assesses progress of family medicine residency programs on this important health topic since our last survey in 2011.
METHODS: Family medicine residency program directors (PDs) completed an online survey covering various themes including number of hours of oral health (OH) teaching, topics covered, barriers, evaluation, positive influences, and program demographics.
RESULTS: Compared to 2011, more PDs feel OH should be addressed by physicians (86% in 2017 vs 79% in 2011), yet fewer programs are teaching OH ...