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					                                                         BDA LIBRARY MEDLINE SEARCH

                     RESTORATIVE TREATMENT PLANNING FOR PATIENTS WITH PERIODONTAL DISEASE


Database: Ovid MEDLINE(R) <1950 to September Week 1 2010>
Search Strategy:
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1 exp Patient Care Planning/ (45375)
2 exp Periodontal Diseases/ (61781)
3 exp Dental Restoration, Permanent/ (32389)
4 restorative$.ti. (5018)
5 1 and 2 and (3 or 4) (160)
6 limit 5 to english language (146)
7 limit 6 to yr="1999 - 2010" (87)

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<1>
Unique Identifier
  20491219
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Nathwani NS. Kelleher M.
Authors Full Name
  Nathwani, Neil S. Kelleher, Martin.
Institution
  King's College London Dental Institute at Guy's Hospital, London, UK.
Title
  Minimally destructive management of amelogenesis imperfecta and hypodontia with bleaching and bonding.
Source
  Dental Update. 37(3):170-2, 175-6, 179, 2010 Apr.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Amelogenesis imperfecta has a prevalence of 1:700 to 1:14,000, according to the populations studied and hypodontia has
around 4.6-6.3% prevalence within the permanent dentitions of Caucasian European populations. Traditional treatment methods
for these conditions include veneers and conventional bridges, which are invasive and unnecessarily destructive of remaining
tooth tissue. The authors describe how, with the non-destructive use of bleaching, bonding and adhesive bridges, it is possible to
achieve a reasonable aesthetic result in a practical way. CLINICAL RELEVANCE: Amelogenesis imperfecta and missing teeth are
common and significant clinical problems. General dental practitioners and specialists should be aware of effective, but minimally
destructive, methods of treatment.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<2>
Unique Identifier
  20218459
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Craddock HL.
Authors Full Name
  Craddock, Helen L.
Institution
  Leeds Dental Institute, Leeds, UK.
Title
  Consequences of tooth loss: 2. Dentist considerations--restorative problems and implications.
Source
  Dental Update. 37(1):28-32, 2010 Jan-Feb.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Partial tooth loss is much less well tolerated by patients than was previously the case and, on occasions, when extraction is
inevitable, they may seek prosthetic replacement. This paper explores some of the consequences of tooth loss that may cause
difficulties in tooth replacement, particularly if replacement is delayed for some time. CLINICAL RELEVANCE: An awareness of
potential difficulties, particularly with posterior tooth replacement, will allow clinicians to make treatment decisions in the light of
current evidence.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<3>
Unique Identifier
 20158059
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Al-Salehi SK. Dooley K. Harris IR.
Authors Full Name
  Al-Salehi, Samira K. Dooley, Kevin. Harris, Ian R.
Institution
  School of Dentistry, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. samira.al-salehi@manchester.ac.uk
Title
  Restoring function and aesthetics in a patient previously treated for amelogenesis imperfecta.
Source
  European Journal of Prosthodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 17(4):170-6, 2009 Dec.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  A 26-year-old male patient presented with generalised gingival recession related to the margins of crowns fitted between the
ages of 12 and 15 years. The patient, previously treated for Amelogenesis Imperfecta, suffered a mandibular fracture at the age of
22 years. He had an anterior open bite and in the retruded contact position the 28 and 38 were the only teeth in contact. This case
demonstrates the management of compromised fixed prosthodontic care following further growth and trauma. On completion of
treatment a good functional and aesthetic result was achieved.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<4>
Unique Identifier
  20108745
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Cogulu D. Becerik S. Emingil G. Hart PS. Hart TC.
Authors Full Name
  Cogulu, Dilsah. Becerik, Sema. Emingil, Gulnur. Hart, P Suzanne. Hart, Thomas C.
Institution
  Department of Pediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Ege University, Izmir, Turkey. dilsah.cogulu@ege.edu.tr
Title
  Oral rehabilitation of a patient with amelogenesis imperfecta.
Source
  Pediatric Dentistry. 31(7):523-7, 2009 Nov-Dec.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Amelogenesis imperfecta is a hereditary disorder that causes defective enamel development in the primary and permanent teeth.
Clinical treatment is important to address the esthetic appearance of affected teeth, reduce dentinal sensitivity, preserve tooth
structure, and optimize masticatory function. The purpose of this case report was to describe the diagnosis, treatment planning,
and dental rehabilitation of a patient with autosomal recessive amelogenesis imperfecta. The patient was followed for 5 years, and
evaluation 3 years after restorations revealed no pathology associated with the rehabilitation. The patient's esthetic and functional
expectations were satisfied.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<5>
Unique Identifier
  18783410
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Elian N. Ehrlich B. Jalbout Z. Cho SC. Froum S. Tarnow D.
Authors Full Name
  Elian, Nicolas. Ehrlich, Brian. Jalbout, Ziad. Cho, Sang-Choon. Froum, Stuart. Tarnow, Dennis.
Institution
  Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, New York University College of Dentistry, New York, NY, USA.
Title
  A restoratively driven ridge categorization, as determined by incorporating ideal restorative positions on radiographic templates
utilizing computed tomography scan analysis.
Source
  Clinical Implant Dentistry & Related Research. 11(4):272-8, 2009 Dec.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  BACKGROUND: The introduction of implants into the field of dentistry has revolutionized the way we evaluate edentulous ridges.
In an attempt to evaluate the deficient edentulous ridge, numerous classification systems have been proposed. Each of these
classification systems implements a different approach for evaluating and planning treatment for the ridge deficiency. PURPOSE:
The purpose of the present investigation was to propose a restoratively driven ridge categorization (RDRC) for horizontal ridge
deformities based on an ideal implant position as determined through implant simulation, utilizing computed tomography (CT) scan
images. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Radiographic templates were developed to capture the ideal restorative tooth position.
Measurements were performed using CT scan software in a cross-sectional view and by virtual placement of a parallel-sided
implant with a 3.25-mm diameter. RESULTS: Edentulous ridges were divided into five groupings: Group I, simulated implants with
at least 2 mm of facial bone, accounted for 19.4% of ridges; Group II, simulated implant completely surrounded by bone, with less
than 2 mm of facial plate thickness, accounted for 10.4% of ridges; Group III, wherein dehiscences are detected but no
fenestrations are present, accounted for 33.3% of ridges; Group IV, wherein fenestrations are detected but no dehiscence is
present, accounted for 6.3% of ridges; and Group V, wherein both dehiscences and fenestrations are present, accounted for
30.6% of ridges. CONCLUSION: The use of RDRC indicates that a high number of cases in the maxillary anterior area would
require augmentation procedures in order to achieve ideal implant placement and restoration.
Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<6>
Unique Identifier
 19824567
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Sesemann MR.
Authors Full Name
 Sesemann, Michael R.
Title
 Clinical case report: immediate implant placement, provisionalization, and restoration for single tooth replacement.
Source
 Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 30(8):536-43, 2009 Oct.
Local Messages
 THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<7>
Unique Identifier
  19757735
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Kois JC. Filder BC.
Authors Full Name
  Kois, John C. Filder, Brett C.
Institution
  Kois Center, Seattle, Washington, USA.
Title
  Anterior wear: orthodontic and restorative management.
Source
  Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 30(7):420-2, 424, 426-9, 2009 Sep.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<8>
Unique Identifier
  19715070
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Kosinski T.
Authors Full Name
  Kosinski, Timothy.
Institution
  University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, Detroit, USA. allquestions@smilecreator.net
Title
  Optimizing implant placement and aesthetics: technology to the rescue!.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 28(8):72, 74, 76, 2009 Aug.
Local Messages
  ISSUES HELD AT THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE FROM 2002 ONWARDS
Abstract
  The goal for this patient was to create an aesthetic smile design using individual dental implants to reconstruct the edentulous
spaces. Procera crowns aesthetically restored the separate and distinct teeth (Figures 18 and 19). The patient was thrilled with the
final aesthetic result, and she was able to smile confidently again.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<9>
Unique Identifier
  19537473
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Blanco Carrion J. Ramos Barbosa I. Perez Lopez J.
Authors Full Name
  Blanco Carrion, Juan. Ramos Barbosa, Isabel. Perez Lopez, Javier.
Institution
  Department of Periodontology, School of Dentistry, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. jcarrion@infomed.es
Title
  Osseointegrated implants as orthodontic anchorage and restorative abutments in the treatment of partially edentulous adult
patients.
Source
  International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 29(3):333-40, 2009 Jun.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  One of the main limitations of orthodontic treatment in partially edentulous patients is the lack of anchorage to obtain desirable
tooth movement. Coordination between the orthodontist, periodontist, and restorative practitioner is essential when planning
treatment for these patients. Implants can be used not only in the definitive prosthetic solution but can also be of great benefit as
stable abutments during orthodontic therapy. For ideal results, it is essential to establish an orthodontically favorable position for
an implant and, more importantly, the best position for an adequate restoration following orthodontic treatment. The aim of this
article is to demonstrate the use of implants in orthodontic movement to provide easier and more predictable restorative treatment.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<10>
Unique Identifier
  19506747
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Mavreas D. Athanasiou AE.
Authors Full Name
  Mavreas, Dimitrios. Athanasiou, Athanasios E.
Title
  Orthodontics and its interactions with other dental disciplines.
Source
  Progress in Orthodontics. 10(1):72-81, 2009.
Abstract
  Preservation or alteration of the natural dentition to an optimal state of health, function, comfort, and esthetics remains the
primary goal of dentistry. However, referral of patients by general dentists to orthodontic specialists may be complex as it involves
the interaction of the two dental professionals and the patient. Because there is a marked variation in referral rates between the
dentists and many patients may be referred inappropriately, a clear understanding of what is known about current orthodontic
treatment possibilities, limitations and inherent risks is necessary. The purpose of this article is to outline the existing orthodontic
therapeutic possibilities for adjunctive dental work and to emphasize the importance of teamwork among the general dentist, the
orthodontic specialist and possibly other dental specialists during treatment planning.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<11>
Unique Identifier
  19408589
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Puri S.
Authors Full Name
  Puri, Sameer.
Institution
  Scottsdale Center for Dentistry, USA. drpuri@socalsmiles.com
Title
  Comprehensive dentistry using chairside CAD/CAM technology: a case report.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 28(4):92, 94, 96, 2009 Apr.
Local Messages
  ISSUES HELD AT THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE FROM 2002 ONWARDS
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<12>
Unique Identifier
 19215747
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
  Fugazzotto PA.
Authors Full Name
  Fugazzotto, Paul A.
Institution
  progressiveperio@aol.com
Title
  Evidence-based decision making: replacement of the single missing tooth. [Review] [66 refs]
Source
  Dental Clinics of North America. 53(1):97-129, ix, 2009 Jan.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Single-tooth replacement may be effected through various methods, including the use of a resin-bonded fixed partial denture, a
conventional fixed partial denture, and a single implant-supported crown. Although the introduction of newer therapeutic
modalities, surgical and restorative techniques, and restorative materials has significantly expanded available treatment options, a
greater demand is now placed on the diagnostic and treatment planning acumen of the clinician. The questions confronting each
clinician are when to apply each treatment modality and how to use these therapeutic approaches to their maximum benefit for the
patient. This article focuses on the factors that should be considered when making such clinical decisions and offers a framework
within which to formulate appropriate treatment algorithms. [References: 66]
Publication Type
 Journal Article. Review.

<13>
Unique Identifier
  19146139
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Mamoun JS.
Authors Full Name
  Mamoun, John S.
Title
  A rationale for the use of high-powered magnification or microscopes in general dentistry.
Source
  General Dentistry. 57(1):18-26; quiz 27-8, 95-6, 2009 Jan-Feb.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  This article argues that high-powered magnification (4x-6x or more) provides substantially more visual information for diagnosing
and treating dental pathology compared to the use of unaided vision or entry-level 2.5x magnification. In all phases of general
dentistry, the increased visual detail provided by high magnification reduces ambiguity in diagnosis and treatment decision-
making, increases control in treatment implementation, allows a dentist to produce more ergonomic restorations that are less
prone to recurrent decay, and arguably improves clinical outcomes compared to work performed with unaidec vision. High
magnification enhances a dentist's ability to diagnose caries and cracks in teeth, distinguish between different colors intraorally,
detect the interfaces between different surfaces and materials, detect microscopic interferences in fixed and removable metal
frameworks, adjust occlusal prematurities, and polish restorations. This article explains specific general dental applications for
high-powered magnification in restorative dentistry, fixed and removable prosthodontics, endodontics, pediatric dentistry,
periodontics, and oral surgery.
Publication Type
  Comparative Study. Journal Article.

<14>
Unique Identifier
 19146048
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Childers GG.
Authors Full Name
 Childers, Gail Gerard.
Title
 Self-serving?.
Source
 International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 28(6):541, 2008 Dec.
Local Messages
 THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Publication Type
 Editorial.

<15>
Unique Identifier
 19089295
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
  Oliveira TM. Sakai VT. Candido LA. Silva SM. Machado MA.
Authors Full Name
  Oliveira, Thais M. Sakai, Vivien T. Candido, Liliani A. Silva, Salete M B. Machado, Maria Aparecida A M.
Institution
  Bauru School of Dentistry, University of Sao Paulo.
Title
  Clinical management for epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica.
Source
  Journal of Applied Oral Science. 16(1):81-5, 2008 Feb.
Abstract
  Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) consists of a group of genetic hereditary disorders in which patients frequently present fragile skin
and mucosa that form blisters following minor trauma. More than 20 subtypes of EB have been recognized in the literature.
Specific genetic mutations are well characterized for most the different EB subtypes and variants. The most common oral
manifestations of EB are painful blisters affecting all the oral surfaces. Dental treatment for patients with EB consists of palliative
therapy for its oral manifestations along with typical restorative and periodontal procedures. The aim of this article is to describe
two dental clinical treatments of recessive dystrophic EB cases and their specific clinical manifestations. The psychological
intervention required during the dental treatment of these patients is also presented.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<16>
Unique Identifier
  19014026
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Pang P.
Authors Full Name
  Pang, Peter.
Institution
  Academy of Laser Dentistry.
Title
  Lasers in cosmetic dentistry.
Source
  General Dentistry. 56(7):663-70; quiz 671-2, 767, 2008 Nov-Dec.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Lasers have become a necessary instrument in the esthetic restorative armamentarium. This article presents smile design
guidelines for soft tissue lasers, as well as an overview of hard tissue procedures that may be performed using all-tissue lasers.
The goal is to help dentists determine the appropriate laser for a given clinical situations.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<17>
Unique Identifier
  18814780
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Ravon NA. Handelsman M. Levine D.
Authors Full Name
  Ravon, Nicolas A. Handelsman, Mark. Levine, David.
Institution
  University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, USA.
Title
  Multidisciplinary care: periodontal aspects to treatment planning the anterior esthetic zone.
Source
  Journal of the California Dental Association. 36(8):575-84, 2008 Aug.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  The field of periodontology has changed dramatically during the past 30 years. The goal of periodontal therapy is not only to
establish and maintain the dentition and the periodontium free of any oral infections, but also to provide an environment with
optimal function and esthetics. Esthetics has become an integral portion of the overall treatment goal in periodontics. This article
discusses the role of periodontal plastic and reconstructive surgery in treatment planning the anterior esthetic zone in
interdisciplinary dental care.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<18>
Unique Identifier
 18814779
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Reshad M. Jivraj S.
Authors Full Name
  Reshad, Mamaly. Jivraj, Sajid.
Institution
  Division of Primary Oral Healthcare, University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, Los Angeles, Calif. 90089-0641, USA.
Title
  The influence of posterior occlusion when restoring anterior teeth.
Source
 Journal of the California Dental Association. 36(8):567-74, 2008 Aug.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
 When any type of esthetic restorative procedure is being considered or performed, a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment
plan is required. Attention to the diagnostic signs of the loss of posterior support (LPS) and their influence on the anterior dentition
will guarantee a more predictable outcome. Historical solutions and their inadequacies are addressed. Patient presentations are
utilized to demonstrate contemporary treatment of patients requiring esthetic rehabilitations who are lacking posterior support.
Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<19>
Unique Identifier
  18807447
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Gotta S. Sarnachiaro GO. Tarnow DP.
Authors Full Name
  Gotta, Sergio. Sarnachiaro, Guido O. Tarnow, Dennis P.
Institution
  Oral Implantology Department, School of Dentistry, John F Kennedy University, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Title
  Distraction osteogenesis and orthodontic therapy in the treatment of malpositioned osseointegrated implants: a case report.
Source
  Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry: Ppad. 20(7):401-5, 2008 Aug.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Resorption of the residual alveolar ridge often hinders ideal implant placement. In some cases, vertical bone loss causes the
implant to be positioned more apically, resulting in aesthetic and biomechanical complications, as well as elongated clinical crowns
as the outcome of treatment. This case presentation demonstrates a surgical technique that allows the use of distraction
osteogenesis in combination with conventional orthodontic treatment to three-dimensionally reposition an implant-bony segment
into a more favorable aesthetic and biomechanical position, thus improving the crown-to-implant ratio and leveling the gingival
contours with those of the adjacent teeth.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<20>
Unique Identifier
  18807958
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Cortes M.
Authors Full Name
  Cortes, Martha.
Institution
  American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, New York Chapter, USA. lazersmile@aol.com
Title
  Functional-cosmetic dentistry: a full-mouth smile makeover. Part 1.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 27(9):104, 106, 108-9, 2008 Sep.
Local Messages
  ISSUES HELD AT THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE FROM 2002 ONWARDS
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<21>
Unique Identifier
 18795645
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Spear FM. Kokich VG. Matthews DP.
Authors Full Name
  Spear, Frank M. Kokich, Vincent G. Matthews, David P.
Institution
  Seattle Institute for Advanced Dental Education, Seattle, WA, USA.
Title
  The esthetic management of a severe isolated periodontal defect in the maxillary anterior.
Source
  Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 29(5):280-2, 284-7, 2008 Jun.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  A 30-plus year-old woman presented to the periodontist with a chief complaint concerning the esthetics of the black space
between her maxillary right lateral and central incisors (Figure 1). The history of the problem dated back several years when her
general dentist noted increased pocket depth in this area. The patient was referred to a periodontist who elected to attempt
grafting in this site to improve both the bone and soft tissue. The patient reported that after the initial surgery the defect became
significantly worse and a large quantity of gingival tissue was lost. The patient was then referred to a second periodontist who,
after evaluation, also chose to attempt both a bone and soft tissue grafting procedure and again the defect became worse. At that
point the second periOdontist referred the patient to the periodontist in our group for evaluation and treatment. At her initial
consultation the patient indicated she had been managing the defect esthetically by placing pink wax into the large open space
every day to minimize the appearance.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<22>
Unique Identifier
 18795636
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Bogen G.
Authors Full Name
 Bogen, George.
Title
 When to save or extract a tooth in the esthetic zone: a commentary.
Comments
 Comment on: Compend Contin Educ Dent. 2008 Apr;29(3):136-45; quiz 146, 158; PMID: 18468300]
Source
 Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 29(6):320-1; author reply 321-3, 2008 Jul-Aug.
Local Messages
 THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Publication Type
 Comment. Letter.

<23>
Unique Identifier
  18686671
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  McArdle BF.
Authors Full Name
  McArdle, Barry F.
Institution
  Seacoast Esthetic Dentistry Association, USA. drmcardle@seacoastdentalseminars.com
Title
  Co-diagnosis in smile design: involving patients in the ownership of their outcomes.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 27(7):136, 138, 2008 Jul.
Local Messages
  ISSUES HELD AT THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE FROM 2002 ONWARDS
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<24>
Unique Identifier
  18605110
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Fier MA.
Authors Full Name
  Fier, Marvin A.
Institution
  American Society for Dental Aesthetics, USA. docmarv@optonline.net
Title
 A restorative challenge meets patient readiness...20 years later.
Source
 Dentistry Today. 27(6):88, 90, 92-3, 2008 Jun.
Local Messages
 ISSUES HELD AT THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE FROM 2002 ONWARDS
Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<25>
Unique Identifier
  18551221
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Yavuz I. Kiralp S. Baskan Z.
Authors Full Name
  Yavuz, Izzet. Kiralp, Suha. Baskan, Zelal.
Institution
  Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Dicle, Faculty of Dentistry, Diyarbakir, Turkey. iyavuz@dicle.edu.tr
Title
  Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia: a case report.
Source
  Quintessence International. 39(1):81-6, 2008 Jan.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Ectodermal dysplasias represent a large and complex group of diseases comprising more than 170 clinical conditions. They are
caused by impaired development of the ectodermal appendages and characterized by a primary defect in at least one of the
following tissues: nails, hair, sweat glands, or teeth. Ectodermal dysplasia has emotional consequences for affected individuals at
early ages. This case report outlines a possible routine approach to restoring function and esthetics and aiding in the social
interaction for a 9-year-old girl diagnosed with hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia at about 7 years of age.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<26>
Unique Identifier
  18538075
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Altun C. Tozum TF. Guven G.
Authors Full Name
  Altun, Ceyhan. Tozum, Tolga Fikret. Guven, Gunseli.
Institution
  Center of Dental Sciences, Gulhane Medical Academy, Ankara, Turkey. ceyhanaltun@yahoo.com
Title
  Multidisciplinary approach to the rehabilitation of a crown fracture with glass-fibre-reinforced composite: a case report.
Source
  Journal (Canadian Dental Association). 74(4):363-6, 2008 May.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE, THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA
INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Traumatic tooth injuries are common in children. When permanent teeth are involved, it can be a challenge to save these teeth.
This clinical case study describes the multidisciplinary treatment of a complex crown fracture and luxation of a right maxillary
incisor along with esthetic management. After periodontal surgery including guided bone regeneration and endodontic treatment,
we used a glass-fibre-reinforced composite post to increase retention and distribute stress along the root. The restoration was
completed using composite in an incremental technique. During follow-up appointments, clinical and radiographic examinations
revealed no root canal or periodontal problems, suggesting the efficacy of the treatment in retaining the fractured tooth.
Periodontal surgery with endodontic treatment is an alternative treatment for severe trauma in permanent teeth.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<27>
Unique Identifier
  18533975
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Kuljic BL.
Authors Full Name
  Kuljic, Bozidar L.
Institution
  Department of Prosthodontic and Operative Dentistry, Tufts School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA, USA. drkuljic@prospeed.net
Title
  Merging orthodontics and restorative dentistry: an integral part of esthetic dentistry.
Comments
  Comment in: J Esthet Restor Dent. 2008;20(3):164; PMID: 18533976]
Source
 Journal of Esthetic & Restorative Dentistry: Official Publication of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 20(3):155-63,
2008.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  This article discusses the different approaches in treatment planning of patients who desire an esthetic and functional
improvement of their dentition but are hesitant to sacrifice healthy tooth structure. Preservation of tooth structure, whenever
possible, should be paramount to any practicing dentist. The importance of such an approach, as taught for so many years,
appears to be fading away lately under the pressure of advertisements full of promises for quick esthetic solutions. Exploration of
the link between orthodontic and conservative restoration, along with minor use of periodontal procedures, will give another
perspective in solving the esthetic dilemma. CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE: Often underutilized, the combination of procedures such
as orthodontics and composite bonding gives practicing clinicians conservative, predictable, esthetic, and functional results.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<28>
Unique Identifier
  18468300
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Greenstein G. Cavallaro J. Tarnow D.
Authors Full Name
  Greenstein, Gary. Cavallaro, John. Tarnow, Dennis.
Institution
  Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, New York University College of Dentistry, New York, New York, USA.
Title
  When to save or extract a tooth in the esthetic zone: a commentary. [Review] [72 refs]
Comments
  Comment in: Compend Contin Educ Dent. 2008 Jul-Aug;29(6):320-1; author reply 321-3; PMID: 18795636]
Source
  Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 29(3):136-45; quiz 146, 158, 2008 Apr.
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Abstract
  BACKGROUND: In the esthetic zone, difficult decisions must be made regarding extraction or retention of compromised teeth.
Numerous factors need to be considered to arrive at a proper treatment plan, which may differ from a plan devised for the
posterior region of the mouth. TYPES OF REVIEWED STUDIES: Studies were selected that provided background information for
clinical decision-making concerning whether a compromised tooth should be retained or removed. RESULTS: In the esthetic zone,
before resective surgical procedures are used to resolve periodontitis, consideration should be given to the esthetic outcome. If
endodontic therapy is required, additional issues need to be reviewed before initiating treatment, including restorability of the tooth,
presence of a large periapical area, use of the tooth as an abutment, etc. Furthermore, before initiating periodontal or endodontic
treatment, the patient's susceptibility to additional periodontal disease progression and caries should be evaluated. CLINICAL
IMPLICATIONS: In the esthetic zone, deciding whether to treat or remove a compromised tooth requires careful deliberation. The
possibility that additional bone loss can compromise a future implant site needs to be considered before providing periodontal
therapy. This is particularly true if recession will be induced. Endodontic therapy is effective; however if crown lengthening is
required because of subgingival caries or tooth fracture, thought needs to be given to removal of the tooth before altering the
gingival topography. Numerous other factors need to be considered when deciding whether to save or extract a tooth in the
esthetic zone: restorability, disease susceptibility, papillary and gingival considerations, tooth esthetics, etc. In conclusion, the
decision to extract or maintain teeth must include deliberation with regard to benefits vs risks of retaining compromised teeth. The
judgment to remove a tooth may be based on one critical issue or it may rely on collective risks related to a few factors.
[References: 72]
Publication Type
  Journal Article. Review.

<29>
Unique Identifier
  18444426
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Kao RT.
Authors Full Name
  Kao, Richard T.
Institution
  University of California, San Francisco, School of Dentistry, USA.
Title
  Restorative success: treatment planning.
Source
 Journal of the California Dental Association. 36(3):172-4, 2008 Mar.
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Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<30>
Unique Identifier
  18330203
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Mahn DH. Polack MA.
Authors Full Name
  Mahn, Douglas H. Polack, Mariano A.
Institution
  dmahn@cox.net
Title
  Replacement of maxillary central incisors with implants.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 27(2):160, 162, 164, 2008 Feb.
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Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<31>
Unique Identifier
  18330194
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Lemongello GJ.
Authors Full Name
  Lemongello, Gerard J.
Institution
  drlmngllo@aol.com
Title
  Utilizing a restorative approach to correct an adult skeletal class III malocclusion.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 27(2):108, 110, 112-5; quiz 115, 122, 2008 Feb.
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Abstract
 When determining if treatment for malocclusion is indicated, the clinician must understand how the malocclusion affects the
patient aesthetically, functionally, and biologically, as well as any impact of treatment. It is important to consult the patient and
advise when a less invasive orthodontic treatment plan may be optimal. Once the patient is fully informed of the treatment options
and desires treatment without orthodontics, a restorative/ prosthodontic approach using veneers, crowns, or fixed prosthetics can
provide exceptional strength, function, and aesthetics. As in all cases, thorough evaluation and planning are essential. The
decision to proceed with restorative alignment of the teeth rather than orthodontic alignment is dependent on full disclosure to the
patient and the clinician's understanding of preparation design, aesthetics, and occlusion. As demonstrated in this class III case,
with proper examination, diagnosis, treatment planning, and communication, excellent aesthetic, phonetic, and functional results
can be achieved and maintained. As with all full-mouth restorative cases, periodic occlusal evaluation will be necessary at normal
hygiene intervals.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<32>
Unique Identifier
  19655567
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Kreissl ME.
Authors Full Name
  Kreissl, Marion E.
Institution
  Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, University of Freiburg, Germany.
Title
  Complex dental rehabilitation in a periodontally compromised patient. Part 1: diagnosis and treatment planning.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(2):222-35,
2007.
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Abstract
 This two-part treatment series discusses the prosthodontic rehabilitation of a female patient with a severe preexisting periodontal
condition. In Part 1, the diagnostic and treatment planning strategies are presented, and the advantages and disadvantages of
several treatment options are discussed in terms of function, esthetics, and long-term stability. In Part 2, the selected treatment will
be revealed and discussed in detail.
Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<33>
Unique Identifier
  19655563
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Obama T.
Authors Full Name
  Obama, Tadakazu.
Title
  Esthetic restorations: observations and insights gained over a 5-year period demonstrated with three case reports.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(2):152-71,
2007.
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Abstract
  This article presents two prosthodontically treated patient cases that were observed over a period of at least 5 years after
treatment. The evaluation, diagnosis, treatment planning, and treatment stages were critically reviewed and reassessed from
different perspectives. The conclusions drawn from this evaluation were subsequently implemented in a third clinical case. To
ensure the long-term success of a restoration, certain biologic and mechanical principles must be observed, and the appropriate
prosthodontic treatment must be chosen accordingly.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<34>
Unique Identifier
  19655554
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Kreissl ME.
Authors Full Name
  Kreissl, Marion E.
Institution
  Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, University Hospital Freiburg, Germany.
Title
  Complex dental rehabilitation in a periodontally compromised patient. Part 2: treatment and discussion.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(3):322-35,
2007.
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Abstract
  This two-part treatment series discusses the prosthodontic rehabilitation of a female patient with a severe preexisting periodontal
condition. In Part 1, the diagnostic and treatment planning strategies were presented. In Part 2, the selected treatment will be
revealed and discussed in detail using evidence from the literature. The treatment procedures will be presented in terms of three
challenging locations: the anterior maxilla, posterior maxilla, and anterior mandible. At the end of the article, the final outcome is
presented and compared with the initial situation.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Comparative Study. Journal Article.

<35>
Unique Identifier
  19655551
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Mankoo T.
Authors Full Name
  Mankoo, Tidu.
Institution
 Windsor Centre for Advanced Dentistry, Windsor, United Kingdom. tidu@advanceddentistry.co.uk
Title
  Single-tooth implant restorations in the esthetic zone--contemporary concepts for optimization and maintenance of soft tissue
esthetics in the replacement of failing teeth in compromised sites.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(3):274-95,
2007.
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Abstract
  In recent years, implant dentistry has undergone a profound shift in emphasis. The focus evolved first from a surgically driven
approach to a prosthetically driven approach and now to a more biologically driven approach with the goal of optimizing and
maintaining esthetics. While traditional implant protocols are well established for management of implants placed in healed
edentulous sites, the data available offer little clarity on the factors and procedures for long-term esthetic success, particularly in
terms of maintained stable soft tissue outcomes around implant restorations in the esthetic zone. Unfortunately, the 90%+ success
rates indicated in most studies of dental implant systems today do not represent the success of the esthetic outcome. This has
created a demand--certainly among clinicians in private practice focused on the ongoing maintenance of esthetic outcomes--for
clear treatment protocols to achieve esthetic results that are not only predictable and consistent but that can withstand the test of
time.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<36>
Unique Identifier
  19655506
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Hegenbarth EA. Holst S.
Authors Full Name
  Hegenbarth, Ernst A. Holst, Stefan.
Institution
  Department of Prosthodontics, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany.
Title
  Esthetic alumina and zirconia rehabilitation: a team approach to treatment planning and material selection.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(4):370-88,
2007.
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Abstract
  To meet the ever-increasing demands of well-informed patients, an interdisciplinary team approach is imperative to achieve
optimal esthetics and function in complex rehabilitations. Orthodontic pretreatment is one viable option to improve a clinical
situation prior to restorative treatment. An individual diagnostic waxup can be used to educate patients about treatment options,
lower unrealistic expectations, and serve the technician as a blueprint for ideal framework design. Newly developed dental
materials and computer technology have led to new restorative treatment options for both conventional and implant-retained
restorations. With the increased processing power of computers over the past decade, computer-aided design/computer-assisted
manufacture (CAD/ CAM) copings, frameworks, and abutments for conventional and implant-supported restorations have
significantly altered treatment protocols for dentists and dental technicians. CAD/CAM-generated oxide ceramic components can
be used to achieve optimal esthetics in any area of the mouth.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<37>
Unique Identifier
  19655497
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Andreoni CJ. Meier TU. Frei C.
Authors Full Name
  Andreoni, Claude J. Meier, Thomas U. Frei, Christian.
Institution
  andreoni-meier@bluewin.ch
Title
  Implants in the esthetic zone.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(1):100-14,
2007.
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Abstract
  Over the last 15 years implant dentistry has made great progress. Especially in the anterior region, esthetics plays a vital role in
treatment. Patients expect not only a fully functional restoration, but also an esthetically pleasing and long-lasting solution. A
predictable and esthetic result can only be achieved by adhering to a proven clinical protocol, which is based on experience,
precise diagnostic procedures, and meticulous treatment planning. This article presents a practical protocol used in the authors'
practice for esthetic reconstructions with dental implants in the anterior region with four patient cases.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.
<38>
Unique Identifier
  19655494
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Vailati F. Belser UC.
Authors Full Name
  Vailati, Francesca. Belser, Urs Christoph.
Institution
  Department of Fixed Prosthodontics and Occlusion, School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland.
francesca.vailati@medecine.unige.ch
Title
  Replacing four missing maxillary incisors with regular- or narrow-neck implants: analysis of treatment options.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(1):42-57, 2007.
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Abstract
  The restoration of the missing maxillary incisors is a complex and delicate treatment challenge. When implant therapy is used,
proper treatment planning is critical, as selecting the proper number, location, and dimension of the implants is a difficult task.
Thus, this article discusses the issues that must be addressed during diagnosis and treatment planning to achieve a predictable
esthetic outcome when using implants to replace the maxillary incisors. The advantages and disadvantages of several implant-
supported treatment options-using a combination of regular- and narrow-neck implants-are presented. Ultimately, the use of
narrow-neck implants at the lateral incisor sites is presented as the best option for ensuring excellent esthetic outcomes, and the
corresponding indications and contraindications are discussed. Further, all treatment options are ranked based on the
predictability of their esthetic outcomes.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<39>
Unique Identifier
  19655493
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Grunder U.
Authors Full Name
  Grunder, Ueli.
Institution
  u.grunder@bluewin.ch
Title
  Implant failure and subsequent treatment: report of a complex case.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 2(1):28-40, 2007.
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Abstract
  In a 40-year-old woman, a central incisor was to be replaced with an implant-supported crown. When the implant was uncovered,
the soft tissue around the implant showed an unfavorable profile: The adjacent lateral incisor showed significant loss of periodontal
attachment. Subsequent soft tissue and connective tissue grafts failed to correct the problem, and an alternative treatment plan
was formulated. Errors in the initial treatment, including incorrect implant position and failure to analyze the cause of the
periodontal attachment loss are discussed in detail; the options for further treatment measures are outlined; and the treatment that
was subsequently carried out is presented.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<40>
Unique Identifier
  17987880
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Galgut PN. Calabrese N.
Authors Full Name
  Galgut, Peter N. Calabrese, Nicolino.
Institution
  Periodontal Department and Electron Microscopy Unit, Eastman Dental Institute, London. png@periodontal.co.uk
Title
  A comparison of diagnostic screening data derived from general dental practitioners and periodontists used for initial treatment
planning in periodontitis patients.
Source
 Journal of the International Academy of Periodontology. 9(4):106-11, 2007 Oct.
Abstract
  As the quality of clinical information contained in referral letters for specialist care may determine the initial decisions as to
appropriate treatment for patients, it is important that this information is objective and accurate. The use of a standardised
questionnaire for this purpose improves the quality of information received, but it is not known how accurate this information is if
used in the decision-making process for treatment planning. The aim of this study was to compare the clinical assessment data
derived from a standardised questionnaire used by referring patients to a specialist periodontal unit. Equivalent data recorded by
dentists and periodontists were compared to establish whether the data were consistently reproducible, and therefore usable for
deciding on the appropriate initial phase of treatment for patients. Data from 50 patients referred for periodontal treatment planning
and specialist care in which the questionnaires from the general dental practitioner and the subsequent periodontal assessment
were available were compared. All of the patients were medically healthy and were not taking any long-term medication. The
patients were selected based on the retrospective availability of equivalent clinical data from the questionnaires and consultation in
the periodontal department at the Eastman Dental Hospital, London. The equivalence or disparity in the identification of different
cofactors, and the community periodontal index of treatment need (CPITN) (basic periodontal examination, BPE) scores recorded
by referring dentists (GDP), and periodontists (EDH, Eastman Dental Hospital) were annotated and compared. A level of
equivalence of over 50% of assessments was demonstrated between referring dentists and periodontists in the variables of oral
hygiene, smoking, bleeding on probing and restorative factors, as well as in the recorded scores of the CPITN (BPE) screening
system. It can be concluded that the use of questionnaires for referral for specialist services is useful to not only improve and
standardise the quality and extent of the relevant clinical information received, but may also be a valuable resource that may be
used in the initial decision-making process for screening patients to the appropriate level of periodontal care. However, the
limitations of this observational study preclude drawing any definitive conclusions in the absence of a more carefully controlled
study designed specifically to overcome these limitations.
Publication Type
  Comparative Study. Journal Article.

<41>
Unique Identifier
  17532919
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Calamia JR. Calamia CS.
Authors Full Name
  Calamia, John R. Calamia, Christine S.
Institution
  Department of Cariology and Comprehensive Care, New York University College of Dentistry, 345 East 24th Street, New York,
NY 10010-4086, USA. jrc1@nyu.edu
Title
  Porcelain laminate veneers: reasons for 25 years of success.
Source
  Dental Clinics of North America. 51(2):399-417, ix, 2007 Apr.
Local Messages
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Abstract
  This article discusses failures that could occur if meticulous attention is not given to details such as planning the case,
conservative (enamel saving) preparation of teeth, proper selection of ceramics to use, proper selection of the materials and
methods of cementation of these restorations, proper finishing and polishing of the restorations, and proper planning for the
continuing maintenance of these restorations. Some concerns as to newer products and methods and their effect on the continued
success of this modality of treatment are also addressed.
Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<42>
Unique Identifier
  17197409
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Christensen GJ.
Authors Full Name
  Christensen, Gordon J.
Institution
  Practical Clinical Courses, CRA Foundation, Provo, Utah 84604, USA.
Title
 When is a full-crown restoration indicated?.
Comments
  Comment in: J Am Dent Assoc. 2007 May;138(5):574; author reply 574-6; discussion 576; PMID: 17473027]
Source
 Journal of the American Dental Association. 138(1):101-3, 2007 Jan.
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Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<43>
Unique Identifier
 19655504
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Smeekens S.
Authors Full Name
  Smeekens, Sjoerd.
Institution
  Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, University of Freiburg, Germany. sjoerd.smeekens@uniklinik-freiburg.de
Title
  Compromised anterior esthetics following orthodontic treatment for loss of central incisors: part 2.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 1(4):362-72,
2006.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  This two-part treatment series describes the examination, planning, and prosthetic treatment of a 17-year-old female patient
whose maxillary central incisors were traumatically lost at the age of 9 years. The first part presented analysis of function and
esthetics, and the advantages and disadvantages of the different prosthodontic treatment options were discussed. In this second
part of the article, treatment selection, along with the rationale for the decision, the sequence of treatment steps, and the final
result are revealed.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<44>
Unique Identifier
  19655499
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Schunke S. Schlee M.
Authors Full Name
  Schunke, Stefan. Schlee, Markus.
Institution
 st.schunke@gmx.de
Title
  Conceptual approach to complex rehabilitation of a patient with bulimia nervosa: a case report.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 1(4):282-301,
2006.
Local Messages
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Abstract
  This case report presents the clinical and technical protocol involved in treating a 32-year-old patient whose teeth and dental
appearance were severely compromised as a result of bulimia nervosa. Patients suffering from this disorder have a high incidence
of erosion of dentin and enamel, which over time may cause loss of vertical dimension. This has an impact on the patient's overall
appearance, with effects such as sunken lips, lack of support, and creases at the corners of the mouth.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<45>
Unique Identifier
  19655485
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Vailati F.
Authors Full Name
  Vailati, Francesca.
Institution
  Department of Fixed Prosthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.
francesca.vailati@medicine.unige.ch
Title
  Severe attachment loss at the maxillary incisors: part 1.
Source
  The European Journal Of Esthetic Dentistry : Official Journal Of The European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. 1(2):166-76, 2006
Aug.
Local Messages
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Abstract
  In this two-part treatment planning series, the case of a 63-year-old woman with severe attachment loss at the maxillary incisors
is presented. In part 1, pretreatment strategies, eg, use of intra- and extraoral photographs, analysis of periapical radiographs, and
examination of occlusal and periodontal status, are discussed. The advantages and disadvantages of six treatment options using
both conventional and implant therapy are presented. In part 2, the treatment selected will be revealed and the rationale governing
the decision will be discussed.
Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<46>
Unique Identifier
  17193794
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Reid D.
Authors Full Name
  Reid, Don.
Institution
  Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry, USA.
Title
  Presenting occlusion disease in 3-D for greater case acceptance.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 25(12):83-5, 2006 Dec.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<47>
Unique Identifier
  16836165
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Silvestri M. Silvestri E. Passaler L.
Authors Full Name
  Silvestri, Maurizio. Silvestri, Elvino. Passaler, Linnea.
Institution
  Clinica Odontoiatrica, Universite degli Studi di Pavia, Italy.
Title
  Periodontal and prosthetic restoration of the anterior maxilla: a case report.
Source
  International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 26(3):233-7, 2006 Jun.
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Abstract
  The authors present a case of prosthetic rehabilitation of the anterior maxilla. A correct esthetic diagnosis and the development
of an appropriate treatment plan are key factors in predictable outcomes. Proper performance of different phases of the treatment
plan and the use of appropriate materials guarantee esthetic and functional success. In the case presented, an odontophobic
patient with a severely compromised dentition received hygiene, endodontic, periodontal, and prosthodontic therapy following a
carefully predetermined treatment plan. Osseous resective surgery and careful material selection for restoration of the prosthetic
abutments were key factors in the successful results achieved in the case.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<48>
Unique Identifier
  16646512
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Hoexter DL.
Authors Full Name
  Hoexter, David L.
Institution
  International Academy of Dental Facial Esthetics. drdavidlh@aol.com
Title
  Assuaging postoperative effects of periodontal surgery.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 25(4):94-7, 2006 Apr.
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Abstract
  Responding to the patient's uncomfortable reaction following certain periodontal surgery procedures, notably the sensitivity to
temperature and touch, has been a source of frustration to both the practitioner performing the surgery as well as the patient. This
case demonstrates the placement of an easily applied desensitizing paste (Duraphat) at the time of surgery, which enables the
patient to avoid uncomfortable sensitivity after the dressing has been removed and allows the patient to return to good oral
hygiene practices quickly, thereby avoiding new accumulation of bacteria. It also prevents further periodontal destruction, which is
the purpose of the periodontal treatment. This presentation and diagrammatic explanation demonstrate placing this topical paste
during the surgery, just before suturing. This particular paste is easy to place, and ease of placement is not inhibited by moisture in
the affected area. The desensitizing effect for the immediate postoperative period provides comfort for the patient and helps to
maintain trust between the dentist and the patient.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<49>
Unique Identifier
  19146139
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Mamoun JS.
Authors Full Name
  Mamoun, John S.
Title
  A rationale for the use of high-powered magnification or microscopes in general dentistry.
Source
  General Dentistry. 57(1):18-26; quiz 27-8, 95-6, 2009 Jan-Feb.
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  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  This article argues that high-powered magnification (4x-6x or more) provides substantially more visual information for diagnosing
and treating dental pathology compared to the use of unaided vision or entry-level 2.5x magnification. In all phases of general
dentistry, the increased visual detail provided by high magnification reduces ambiguity in diagnosis and treatment decision-
making, increases control in treatment implementation, allows a dentist to produce more ergonomic restorations that are less
prone to recurrent decay, and arguably improves clinical outcomes compared to work performed with unaided vision. High
magnification enhances a dentist's ability to diagnose caries and cracks in teeth, distinguish between different colors intraorally,
detect the interfaces between different surfaces and materials, detect microscopic interferences in fixed and removable metal
frameworks, adjust occlusal prematurities, and polish restorations. This article explains specific general dental applications for
high-powered magnification in restorative dentistry, fixed and removable prosthodontics, endodontics, pediatric dentistry,
periodontics, and oral surgery.
Publication Type
  Comparative Study. Journal Article.

<50>
Unique Identifier
  19215747
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Fugazzotto PA.
Authors Full Name
  Fugazzotto, Paul A.
Institution
  progressiveperio@aol.com
Title
  Evidence-based decision making: replacement of the single missing tooth. [Review] [66 refs]
Source
  Dental Clinics of North America. 53(1):97-129, ix, 2009 Jan.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Single-tooth replacement may be effected through various methods, including the use of a resin-bonded fixed partial denture, a
conventional fixed partial denture, and a single implant-supported crown. Although the introduction of newer therapeutic
modalities, surgical and restorative techniques, and restorative materials has significantly expanded available treatment options, a
greater demand is now placed on the diagnostic and treatment planning acumen of the clinician. The questions confronting each
clinician are when to apply each treatment modality and how to use these therapeutic approaches to their maximum benefit for the
patient. This article focuses on the factors that should be considered when making such clinical decisions and offers a framework
within which to formulate appropriate treatment algorithms. [References: 66]
Publication Type
 Journal Article. Review.

<51>
Unique Identifier
  17532919
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Calamia JR. Calamia CS.
Authors Full Name
  Calamia, John R. Calamia, Christine S.
Institution
  Department of Cariology and Comprehensive Care, New York University College of Dentistry, 345 East 24th Street, New York,
NY 10010-4086, USA. jrc1@nyu.edu
Title
 Porcelain laminate veneers: reasons for 25 years of success.
Source
 Dental Clinics of North America. 51(2):399-417, ix, 2007 Apr.
Local Messages
 THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
 This article discusses failures that could occur if meticulous attention is not given to details such as planning the case,
conservative (enamel saving) preparation of teeth, proper selection of ceramics to use, proper selection of the materials and
methods of cementation of these restorations, proper finishing and polishing of the restorations, and proper planning for the
continuing maintenance of these restorations. Some concerns as to newer products and methods and their effect on the continued
success of this modality of treatment are also addressed.
Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<52>
Unique Identifier
  16323462
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Griffin JD Jr.
Authors Full Name
  Griffin, Jack D Jr.
Institution
  esmilecenter@aol.com
Title
  Efficient correction of endodontic obturation and single-appointment CAD/CAM restoration.
Source
  Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry: Ppad. 17(8):569-74; quiz 576, 566, 2005 Sep.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Endodontic treatment, when performed with proper instrumentation, canal disinfection, and obturation can be a tremendous
service to a dental patient and a key component of any restorative practice. It can be complicated by factors such as poor
diagnosis, incomplete canal debridement, ineffective obturation, bacterial invasion, and insufficient restorative treatment.
Retreatment or even tooth loss can occur when the canal space is not handled properly. This article demonstrates a procedure for
the correction of pre-existing obturation and subsequent treatment with an all-ceramic restoration in a single visit.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<53>
Unique Identifier
  15643772
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Bohnenkamp DM. Garcia LT.
Authors Full Name
  Bohnenkamp, David M. Garcia, Lily T.
Institution
  Department of Prosthodontics, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio Dental School San Antonio, Texas, USA.
Title
  Fixed restoration of sectioned mandibular molar teeth.
Source
  Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 25(11):920-4, 2004 Nov.
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Abstract
  A mandibular molar tooth may have its furcation area or one of its roots severely affected by periodontal disease or caries.
Multiple factors must be favorable to restore health to such a compromised tooth. Adequate bone support for stabilization of the
individual roots and coronal segments must be available after periodontal therapy. Root morphology and separation space must
allow for ease of preparation and cleaning between the sectioned roots. Endodontic therapy should be uncomplicated and provide
an excellent prognosis for long-term success. All caries must be removed and adequate tooth structure must remain after root and
crown sectioning. Appropriate resistance and retention form must be achievable after tooth preparation of a sectioned mandibular
molar. If these conditions can be met and the patient wants to keep the tooth, fixed restoration of a sectioned molar tooth is a
viable treatment alternative to extraction and replacement with a removable partial denture or a dental implant. This article has
described factors and procedures that should be considered for successful fixed prosthodontic treatment of sectioned multirooted
mandibular molar teeth. The authors recommend an interdisciplinary diagnostic and treatment planning approach before
performing endodontics, providing periodontal therapy, and restoring bicuspidized or hemisectioned multirooted teeth.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<54>
Unique Identifier
 15206251
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  McClain PK.
Authors Full Name
  McClain, Pamela K.
Institution
  Department of Surgical Dentistry, University of Colorado School of Dentistry, Denver, USA.
Title
  Interdisciplinary treatment for the advanced periodontal and restorative case.
Source
  General Dentistry. 52(3):216-20, 2004 May-Jun.
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Abstract
  While recent advances in implant therapy have expanded options for providing care, preserving the natural dentition in an optimal
state of health, function, comfort, and esthetics remains a primary goal of dentistry. For patients with moderate to advanced
periodontal disease, retention of the teeth through regenerative therapy has become a predictable form of treatment for many
osseous defects. Periodontal therapy, including regenerative treatment, often can enhance restorative options by retaining key
abutment teeth for fixed or removable partial dentures. A case involving regenerative and resective periodontal therapy as well as
fixed prostheses is described.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<55>
Unique Identifier
 15164476
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Rasner S.
Authors Full Name
 Rasner, Steven.
Title
 Maximizing available options to embrace "less is best".
Source
 Dentistry Today. 23(5):64-6, 68-9, 2004 May.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<56>
Unique Identifier
  15011566
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Hoexter DL.
Authors Full Name
  Hoexter, David L.
Institution
  University of Pittsburgh, USA.
Title
  See tomorrow today.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 23(2):108-11, 2004 Feb.
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Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<57>
Unique Identifier
  14528991
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Bader JD. Shugars DA. Kennedy JE. Hayden WJ Jr. Baker S.
Authors Full Name
  Bader, James D. Shugars, Daniel A. Kennedy, James E. Hayden, William J Jr. Baker, Susan.
Institution
  Department of Operative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 27599-7450, USA.
jim_bader@unc.edu
Title
  A pilot study of risk-based prevention in private practice.
Comments
  Comment in: J Am Dent Assoc. 2003 Dec;134(12):1560, 1562; author reply 1562, 1564, 1566; PMID: 14719751]
Source
  Journal of the American Dental Association. 134(9):1195-202, 2003 Sep.
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Abstract
  BACKGROUND: Risk-based prevention is a means of ensuring that patients receive preventive treatment appropriate for their
risk of disease. While straightforward, its application in private practice has not been examined. METHODS: Volunteer clinicians in
15 offices participated in a six-month pilot study to test methods for a larger, risk-based prevention demonstration study operated
by a dental insurer. Concomitant with oral examinations for patients of this insurer, clinicians identified patients at elevated risk of
developing dental caries and periodontitis. For these patients, the reasons for elevated risk (risk indicators), as well as planned
preventive treatment in response to that risk, were recorded and transmitted to the insurer via the claim form. RESULTS: The
clinicians identified relatively small percentages of patients as being at high risk of developing caries (4 percent) and periodontitis
(7 percent), with little variation across the 15 offices. Larger proportions of patients were identified as being at moderate risk of
developing caries (29 percent) and periodontitis (30 percent), with more extensive variation across offices. In general, patients
classified as being at elevated risk had received more disease-related treatment than patients at low risk before the classification,
which provided some validation for the accuracy of risk assessment. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this pilot study suggest that
formal, risk-based prevention can be accomplished in dental offices. Clinicians' reported risk assignments and indicators, together
with their planned preventive treatments, demonstrate a good understanding of risk-based prevention. CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS:
Researchers may need to clarify the criteria used to assess moderate risk of developing dental caries, and clinicians may need to
emphasize greater use of fluorides and more frequent recall visits for adults at elevated risk of developing dental caries.
Publication Type
  Journal Article. Multicenter Study. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't.

<58>
Unique Identifier
  12793503
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Matosian GS.
Authors Full Name
  Matosian, George S.
Institution
  University of Southern California School of Dentistry, USA.
Title
  Treatment planning for the future: endodontics, post and core, and periodontal surgery--or an implant?.
Source
 Journal of the California Dental Association. 31(4):323-5, 2003 Apr.
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Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<59>
Unique Identifier
  12705014
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Nazarian A.
Authors Full Name
  Nazarian, Ara.
Institution
  ara20002@comcast.net
Title
  An efficient approach to full-mouth reconstruction of the apprehensive patient.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 22(3):70-3, 2003 Mar.
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Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<60>
Unique Identifier
 12498443
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Mills EJ.
Authors Full Name
 Mills, Edward J.
Title
 A clinical method for the diagnosis and treatment planning of restorative dental patients.
Source
 Journal of Oral Implantology. 28(3):122-7, 2002.
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Abstract
 This article describes a method of clinical diagnosis and treatment planning for restorative dental patients that emphasizes well-
defined pre- and posttreatment communication between practitioner and patient.
Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<61>
Unique Identifier
 12236901
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 O'Neal RB. Butler BL.
Authors Full Name
 O'Neal, Robert B. Butler, Bobby L.
Title
 Restoration or implant placement: a growing treatment planning quandary. [Review] [68 refs]
Source
 Periodontology 2000. 30:111-22, 2002.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
 Journal Article. Review.

<62>
Unique Identifier
  12222017
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Chu FC. Botelho MG. Newsome PR. Chow TW. Smales RJ.
Authors Full Name
  Chu, Frederick C S. Botelho, Michael G. Newsome, Philip R H. Chow, Tak W. Smales, Roger J.
Institution
  Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong.
Title
  Restorative management of the worn dentition: 3. Localized posterior toothwear.
Source
  Dental Update. 29(6):267-72, 2002 Jul-Aug.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  In the management of localized posterior occlusal toothwear, care must be taken not only in determining whether the worn teeth
are restorable, but also the desirable occlusal scheme. Assessments of the periodontal, endodontic, and coronal tooth tissues,
and the occlusal relationship are necessary for a comprehensive treatment plan for worn posterior teeth.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't.

<63>
Unique Identifier
  12165984
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Sarment DP.
Authors Full Name
  Sarment, David P.
Institution
  Department of Periodontics/Prevention/Geriatrics, University of Michigan, Dental School, 1011 North University Avenue, Ann
Arbor, Michigan 48109-1078, USA.
Title
  Guidelines for periodontal prostheses serve esthetic and functional demands: a case report. [Review] [49 refs]
Source
  Quintessence International. 33(7):489-95, 2002 Jul-Aug.
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Abstract
  Periodontal-prosthesis guidelines have long been defined to specifically address dental reconstructions after moderate to
advanced periodontal disease has occurred. More recently, specific dental techniques and materials have shown promise in
addressing patients' increasing esthetic demands. However, treatment planning to achieve pleasing results for patients with
advanced periodontitis requires a complex, multispecialty approach that is rarely discussed. A case report and literature review
illustrate that the original periodontal-prosthesis guidelines not only remain useful today for obtaining esthetic results but also
conform to recent understanding of maxillomandibular physiology. [References: 49]
Publication Type
   Case Reports. Journal Article. Review.

<64>
Unique Identifier
  12090450
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Coil JM. Yaegaki K. Matsuo T. Miyazaki H.
Authors Full Name
  Coil, J M. Yaegaki, K. Matsuo, T. Miyazaki, H.
Institution
  Department of Oral Biological and Medical Sciences, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver,
Canada.
Title
  Treatment needs (TN) and practical remedies for halitosis.
Source
  International Dental Journal. 52 Suppl 3:187-91, 2002 Jun.
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Abstract
  Dental practitioners have traditionally neglected halitosis despite its high priority for the public, but practitioners' interest in
halitosis has recently increased. Although oral pathologic or physiologic halitosis is easily reduced by a suitable treatment based
on the treatment needs, systemic and psychological conditions sometimes confuse practitioners. Since a halitophobic patient
never agrees with the result that his/her oral malodour has been reduced or eliminated after treatment, this may cause a dilemma
for practitioners. Generally, halitosis patients, even genuine ones, have different psychological characteristics concerning their
own breath than other individuals. Adverse psychological aspects of these patients are often promoted by the practitioner's
mismanagement. Treatment Needs (TN) were, therefore, established to prevent practitioners' mismanagement of halitosis
patients. By following these TN, patients can receive proper treatments for halitosis. However, to choose proper treatment
measures, practitioners must refer to articles published in peer-reviewed journals, then use critical thinking to judge whether a
product is effective in reducing oral malodour. Although it is challenging for dental practitioners to deal with patients with
psychological conditions such as pseudo-halitosis or halitophobia, if appropriate treatments are administered accurately the
practitioner does not risk mismanagement.
Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<65>
Unique Identifier
 12073483
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Thomas PR.
Authors Full Name
 Thomas, Phelan R.
Title
 An improved technique for restoring a challenging treatment zone.
Source
 Dentistry Today. 21(6):76-9, 2002 Jun.
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Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<66>
Unique Identifier
  12061061
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Massironi D. Romeo G.
Authors Full Name
  Massironi, Domenico. Romeo, Giuseppe.
Institution
  domenico.massironi@tin.it
Title
  Provisionalization as a communication parameter for definitive restoration.
Source
  Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry: Ppad. 14(4):301-5, 2002 May.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<67>
Unique Identifier
  12026727
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
 West JD.
Authors Full Name
 West, John D.
Institution
  Center for Endodontics, Tacoma, Wash., USA.
Title
  The cracked tooth syndrome.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 21(5):88-97, 2002 May.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<68>
Unique Identifier
  11924953
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Jacobs DJ. Steele JG. Wassell RW.
Authors Full Name
  Jacobs, D J. Steele, J G. Wassell, R W.
Institution
  Newcastle Dental Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne. D.J.Jacobs@ncl.ac.uk
Title
  Crowns and extra-coronal restorations: considerations when planning treatment.
Comments
  Comment in: Br Dent J. 2002 Aug 10;193(3):127; author reply 127; PMID: 12213006]
Source
  British Dental Journal. 192(5):257-60, 263-7, 2002 Mar 9.
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Abstract
  Considerations when planning treatment is the third in the series of crowns and other extra-coronal restorations. Articles or
chapters on treatment planning in restorative dentistry can make pretty dry reading, often built around a list of factors that might
influence your decision-making. In truth though, planning and placing crowns or other extra-coronal restorations cannot be distilled
into a series of lists. The decision-making involved requires experience, subtle understanding and a flexible approach, none of
which come easily.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<69>
Unique Identifier
  11811745
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Savage RR. Kokich VG Sr.
Authors Full Name
  Savage, Rhonda R. Kokich, Vincent G Sr.
Institution
  University of Washington, Seattle, USA. savage@harbornet.com
Title
  Restoration and retention of maxillary anteriors with severe root resorption.
Source
  Journal of the American Dental Association. 133(1):67-71, 2002 Jan.
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Abstract
  BACKGROUND: The authors describe the treatment of three patients who had severe apical root resorption of maxillary lateral
incisors caused by ectopically erupting canines. Ectopically erupting canines derive from a normal path of eruption and may cause
resorption of the adjacent teeth. CASE DESCRIPTION: The authors present the three cases of severe root resorption caused by
ectopically erupting canines. They then discuss various prosthetic options; the indications, advantages and disadvantages of
various treatment modalities; the long-term retention and esthetic concerns of the patients; and the inherent limitations of
restorative treatment. CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: Increased tooth mobility and long-term retention are significant concerns in
cases of patients who have severe root resorption. Attaining stability with lingual splinting can cause esthetic problems. An
interdisciplinary approach is necessary to provide optimal care for the patient.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<70>
Unique Identifier
 12528217
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Kushner R.
Authors Full Name
 Kushner, R.
Title
 Why patients really visit the dentist.
Source
 Dentistry Today. 20(4):144-7, 2001 Apr.
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Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<71>
Unique Identifier
  12066662
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Gitto CA. Moroni MJ. Terezhalmy GT. Sandu S.
Authors Full Name
  Gitto, C A. Moroni, M J. Terezhalmy, G T. Sandu, S.
Institution
  Department of Dentistry and Maxillofacial Prosthetics, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
Title
  The patient with Alzheimer's disease. [Review] [59 refs]
Comments
  Comment in: Quintessence Int. 2001 Mar;32(3):181; PMID: 12066656]
Source
  Quintessence International. 32(3):221-31, 2001 Mar.
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  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  Victims of Alzheimer's disease show a gradual and steady deterioration in memory, orientation, emotional stability, language
capacity, abstract thinking, motor skills, and, ultimately, self care. Cognitive and motor deficits are accompanied by a gradual
inability to perform adequate oral hygiene. Alzheimer's disease also interferes with the patient's ability to communicate dental
symptoms of pain or dysfunction, and progressive deterioration of cognition interferes with the patient's ability to tolerate most
therapeutic interventions. When treating patient's with Alzheimer's disease, oral health care providers must develop timely,
preventive, and therapeutic strategies compatible with the patient's physical and cognitive ability to undergo and respond to dental
care. They should strive to achieve those goals with the same ethical, moral, and professional standards of care as may be
appropriate in the management of any other patient. [References: 59]
Publication Type
  Journal Article. Review.

<72>
Unique Identifier
  12004728
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Chu FC. Siu AS. Newsome PR. Wei SH.
Authors Full Name
  Chu, F C. Siu, A S. Newsome, P R. Wei, S H.
Institution
  University of Hong Kong.
Title
  Management of median diastema. [Review] [19 refs]
Source
  General Dentistry. 49(3):282-7; quiz 288-9, 2001 May-Jun.
Local Messages
  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  In mixed and early permanent dentitions, median diastema can be a major esthetic concern for patients and/or their parents. The
space can be transient or created by developmental, pathological, or iatrogenic factors. Different treatment techniques have been
proposed to manage the situation. This paper reviews the common causes of median diastema and presents four cases to
illustrate a range of restorative and orthodontic options. [References: 19]
Publication Type
   Case Reports. Journal Article. Review.

<73>
Unique Identifier
  11911055
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Starr NL. Miller GM.
Authors Full Name
  Starr, N L. Miller, G M.
Institution
  Department of Periodontics, University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Title
  Implant placement in the vertically enhanced ridge--a surgical and restorative interdisciplinary approach.
Source
  Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. 22(1):13-6, 18, 20 passim; quiz 24, 2001 Jan.
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Abstract
  A diagnostic and therapeutic approach is offered to enable the surgeon and restorative dentist to successfully install endosseous
implants into the vertically enhanced ridge. The strategy involves the use of diagnostic and surgical templates to aid in the creation
of positive osseous architecture followed by the vertical orientation of the endosseous implant(s). This effort provides optimal hard-
tissue and soft-tissue form for the creation of the most favorable crown profiles for implant-supported prostheses.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<74>
Unique Identifier
  11803890
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Ellis SG. Ashley MP. Deans RF.
Authors Full Name
  Ellis, S G. Ashley, M P. Deans, R F.
Institution
  Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Wellesley Road, Sheffield, S10 2TA. s.g.ellis@sheffield.ac.uk
Title
  A survey of referrals to a restorative dentistry department in a district general hospital.
Source
  European Journal of Prosthodontics & Restorative Dentistry. 9(2):59-66, 2001 Jun.
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Abstract
  This study reports on referrals to a specialist Restorative Dentistry service based in a district general hospital in the United
Kingdom. The service encompasses the subspecialties of Endodontics, Periodontics and fixed/removable Prosthodontics and is
part of the National Health Service. A prospective, cross-sectional, observational study of consecutive referrals to new patient
clinics of a full-time consultant in Restorative Dentistry over a three-month period was undertaken. 277 patients were examined of
which 63% were female. 86% of referrals were from general dental practitioners and 79% of patients were from Leicestershire.
44% of referrals were for treatment within the department and 57% were discharged to the practitioners with a treatment plan. The
results illustrate the utilisation of a specialist service and show that requests for Endodontic and Periodontal treatment occur most
frequently.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<75>
Unique Identifier
  11715656
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Silverstein LH. Kurtzman D. Cohen R. Witkin G.
Authors Full Name
  Silverstein, L H. Kurtzman, D. Cohen, R. Witkin, G.
Institution
  Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, Ga., USA. kenperio@mindspring.com
Title
  Adjunctive orchestrated orthodontic therapy: a new trend in cosmetic dentistry.
Source
  Dentistry Today. 20(11):74-6, 78-81, 2001 Nov.
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Publication Type
 Journal Article.

<76>
Unique Identifier
  11575248
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Mellor AC. Bridgeman AM. Shearer AC. Crossley ML.
Authors Full Name
  Mellor, A C. Bridgeman, A M. Shearer, A C. Crossley, M L.
Institution
  Dental Health Services Research, University Dental Hospital of Manchester.
Title
  Treatment planning for the problem patient: restorative, ethical, legal and psychological perspectives. Case 3: Mary.
Source
  Dental Update. 28(7):346-50, 2001 Sep.
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Abstract
  Mary' is the third of a series of four articles that aims to look at some of the problems patients may present with when they visit
their dentist. Each article starts with a brief scenario about the hypothetical patient and his/her clinical problems. As well as the
clinical problem, each case also raises ethical, legal or psychological problems. All of these issues are discussed and possible
management strategies and treatment options investigated.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<77>
Unique Identifier
 11462348
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Pinero J.
Authors Full Name
 Pinero, J.
Title
 Aesthetic rehabilitation of the patient with temporomandibular dysfunction: a 6-year postoperative case study.
Source
 Dentistry Today. 20(7):86-91, 2001 Jul.
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Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<78>
Unique Identifier
  11319528
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Chaushu S. Becker A. Zalkind M.
Authors Full Name
  Chaushu, S. Becker, A. Zalkind, M.
Institution
  Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Dental Medicine, founded by the Alpha Omega Fraternity, Jerusalem, Israel.
Title
  Prosthetic considerations in the restoration of orthodontically treated maxillary lateral incisors to replace missing central incisors:
a clinical report.
Source
 Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. 85(4):335-41, 2001 Apr.
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Abstract
  The treatment of young patients with missing maxillary incisors poses a challenge to prosthodontists and orthodontists. The 2
principal treatment options are (1) the reopening or maintenance of space for future autotransplantation and/or prosthodontic
restoration of the missing teeth, or (2) total orthodontic space closure, followed by prosthodontic modification of the lateral incisors
to simulate the central incisors. This article discusses only the second option and describes 2 alternative methods for the
modification of crown anatomy. These procedures facilitate the orthodontic closure of missing central incisor spaces to ensure
satisfactory, esthetic results.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.
<79>
Unique Identifier
 12524810
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Landman P.
Authors Full Name
 Landman, P.
Title
 Restoring aesthetics and vertical dimension in a bruxism case.
Source
 Dentistry Today. 19(10):80-4, 2000 Oct.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<80>
Unique Identifier
 12524792
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
 Mopper KW.
Authors Full Name
 Mopper, K W.
Title
 Aesthetic dilemma: restoring the quality of life in a cleft lip, cleft palate patient.
Source
 Dentistry Today. 19(6):46-8, 50-3, 2000 Jun.
Local Messages
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Publication Type
 Case Reports. Journal Article.

<81>
Unique Identifier
  11212605
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Robertsson S. Mohlin B.
Authors Full Name
  Robertsson, S. Mohlin, B.
Institution
  Department of Orthodontics, Goteborg University, Sweden.
Title
  The congenitally missing upper lateral incisor. A retrospective study of orthodontic space closure versus restorative treatment.
Source
  European Journal of Orthodontics. 22(6):697-710, 2000 Dec.
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Abstract
  Orthodontic treatment for patients with uni- or bilateral congenitally missing lateral incisors is a challenge to effective treatment
planning. The two major alternatives, orthodontic space closure or space opening for prosthetic replacements, can both
compromise aesthetics, periodontal health, and function. The aim of this retrospective study was to examine treated patients who
had congenitally missing lateral incisors and to compare their opinion of the aesthetic result with the dentists' opinions of occlusal
function and periodontal health. In this sample, 50 patients were identified. Thirty had been treated with orthodontic space closure,
and 20 by space opening and a prosthesis (porcelain bonded to gold and resin bonded bridges). The patient's opinion of the
aesthetic result was evaluated using the Eastman Esthetic Index questionnaire and during a structured interview. The functional
status, dental contact patterns, periodontal condition, and quality of the prosthetic replacement was evaluated. In general, subjects
treated with orthodontic space closure were more satisfied with the appearance of their teeth than those who had a prosthesis. No
significant differences in the prevalence of signs and symptoms of temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) were found. However,
patients with prosthetic replacements had impaired periodontal health with accumulation of plaque and gingivitis. The conclusion
of this study is that orthodontic space closure produces results that are well accepted by patients, does not impair
temporomandibular joint (TMJ) function, and encourages periodontal health in comparison with prosthetic replacements.
Publication Type
  Comparative Study. Journal Article.

<82>
Unique Identifier
 11202871
Status
 MEDLINE
Authors
  Leroy RL. Aps JK. Raes FM. Martens LC. De Boever JA.
Authors Full Name
  Leroy, R L. Aps, J K. Raes, F M. Martens, L C. De Boever, J A.
Institution
  Department of Periodontology and Fixed Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Gent, Gent, Belgium.
roos.leroy@ping.be
Title
  A multidisciplinary treatment approach to a complicated maxillary dental trauma: a case report.
Source
  Endodontics & Dental Traumatology. 16(3):138-42, 2000 Jun.
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Abstract
  This case report describes the treatment of an 18-year-old male who lost two central maxillary incisors due to dental trauma.
Because of a deep overbite and serious occlusal instability, the lost teeth 11 and 21 could not be replaced by a conventional fixed
prosthesis. The vertical dimension of occlusion was increased using a Hawley-type appliance over a period of 1 year. When
sufficient intermaxillary space was gained the alveolar ridge was augmented with a mandibular symphysis graft. Nine months later
two one-stage non-submerged implants (ITI, Straumann, Waldenburg, Switzerland) were inserted. After further soft tissue
adaptation to two temporary acrylic crowns, porcelain veneers were placed on the two implants and the lateral incisors.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<83>
Unique Identifier
  10986828
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  McIntyre F.
Authors Full Name
  McIntyre, F.
Institution
  Esthetic Dentistry Education Center, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, School of Dental Medicine 14214, USA.
Title
  Restoring esthetics and anterior guidance in worn anterior teeth. A conservative multidisciplinary approach.
Source
 Journal of the American Dental Association. 131(9):1279-83, 2000 Sep.
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  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  BACKGROUND: Developments in adhesive dentistry have given the dental profession new restorative materials and technology
to restore esthetics and function to the worn anterior dentition. This article illustrates, through a clinical case study, the clinical
requirements for restoring esthetic harmony and functional stability to the worn anterior dentition. CASE DESCRIPTION: The
author presents the case of a 24-year-old man who sought esthetic dental treatment because he was unhappy with the
appearance of his maxillary anterior teeth. The review of his dental history revealed that he ground his teeth at night. The author
performed a complete evaluation of the causes of the patient's bruxism and created a diagnostic preview to, among other things,
develop the relationship between the condylar and anterior guidance and to establish the esthetic requirements for the final
restorations. Treatment included periodontal recontouring, tooth preparation and placement of temporary and then permanent
restorations; the patient also was given an occlusal guard to protect the restorations against future bruxing. CLINICAL
IMPLICATIONS: Whatever the cause of occlusal instability, it is important that the restorative dentist be able to recognize its signs-
-such as tooth hypermobility, tooth wear, periodontal breakdown, occlusal dimpling, stress fractures, exostosis, muscle
enlargement and loss of posterior disclusion. When restoring the worn dentition, the clinician should bear in mind the five P's:
proper planning prevents poor performance.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

<84>
Unique Identifier
  10528974
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Rushton VE. Horner K. Worthington HV.
Authors Full Name
  Rushton, V E. Horner, K. Worthington, H V.
Institution
  Department of Dental Medicine and Surgery, University of Manchester, UK. vivian.rushton@man.ac.uk
Title
  Factors influencing the selection of panoramic radiography in general dental practice.
Source
 Journal of Dentistry. 27(8):565-71, 1999 Nov.
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  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
 OBJECTIVES: To identify factors influencing dentists' decisions to take panoramic radiographs and to determine dentists'
perceptions of the value of panoramic radiographs in the diagnosis of common dental pathologies. METHODS: Questionnaire of
dentists with access to panoramic radiography equipment in 22 randomly selected Family Health Service Authorities in England
and Wales. Dentists were asked to score 17 factors for their influence upon panoramic use, compare the relative diagnostic value
of panoramic and intraoral radiographs for diagnosis of common dental pathologies and state their principal reasons for taking
panoramic radiographs. RESULTS: The response rate to the questionnaire was 73.3%. The factors most likely to influence
dentists to take a panoramic radiograph were 'planning oral surgery', 'facial trauma', 'periodontal disease', 'heavily restored
dentition' and 'patient first attendance'. Dentists' opinions on the diagnostic usefulness of panoramic radiographs were in broad
agreement with those in the scientific literature. The main reasons for taking panoramic radiographs were as a 'general screen'
and as a 'view for unerupted or impacted teeth'. CONCLUSIONS: There are areas where dentists' prescription of panoramic
radiographs is in disagreement with recent guidelines. Successful implementation of these guidelines would be likely to lead to a
substantial reduction in the numbers of panoramic radiographs taken by GDPs.
Publication Type
 Comparative Study. Journal Article. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't.

<85>
Unique Identifier
  10424972
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Bouvier D. Duprez JP. Pirel C. Vincent B.
Authors Full Name
  Bouvier, D. Duprez, J P. Pirel, C. Vincent, B.
Institution
  Faculty of Odontology, University of Claude Bernard Lyon I, Lyon, France.
Title
  Amelogenesis imperfecta--a prosthetic rehabilitation: A clinical report.
Source
 Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. 82(2):130-1, 1999 Aug.
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Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't.

<86>
Unique Identifier
  11410981
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Messer HH.
Authors Full Name
  Messer, H H.
Institution
  Restorative Dentistry, School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, 711 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000.
Title
  Clinical judgement and decision making in endodontics.
Source
  Australian Endodontic Journal: the Journal of the Australian Society of Endodontology. 25(3):124-32, 1999 Dec.
Abstract
  Clinical judgement in endodontics consists of much more than diagnosis and treatment planning for the affected tooth. The
issues involved in clinical judgement and decision making can be summarised by three questions: 1. Is endodontic treatment
appropriate for the patient? Endodontic treatment should be undertaken only as part of an agreed, comprehensive treatment plan
that takes into account patient concerns as well as objective clinical findings. 2. How difficult is the endodontic treatment? The
difficulty of the case should be balanced with the skill and experience of the dentist, in deciding whether to manage the case in
general practice or to refer the patient to an endodontist. The use of a standard form for assessing the difficulty of each endodontic
case will aid in consistent, systematic assessment of patients. An example of such a form is provided. 3. What is the prognosis for
the tooth? The outcome of endodontic treatment depends not only on the endodontic treatment but on other factors such as
restorability and periodontal status. The prognosis will be compromised by procedural problems and by restorative and periodontal
factors. In all but routine cases, the steps involved in decision making may be more complex and less easily resolved than the
practical clinical aspects of endodontic therapy.
Publication Type
  Journal Article.

<87>
Unique Identifier
  10559718
Status
  MEDLINE
Authors
  Drago CJ.
Authors Full Name
  Drago, C J.
Institution
  Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, La Crosse, WI 54601, USA. cdrago@gundluth.org
Title
  Use of osseointegrated implants in adult orthodontic treatment: a clinical report.
Source
  Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. 82(5):504-9, 1999 Nov.
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  THIS JOURNAL IS AVAILABLE IN THE BDA INFORMATION CENTRE
Abstract
  This article describes the complex dental treatment of an adult patient with multiple missing teeth, mild periodontitis, and a
malocclusion. Titanium implants were placed in the posterior mandibular edentulous segments and became osseointegrated. The
placement of the mandibular implants was originally designed for orthodontic anchorage. The mandibular implants would
subsequently be used for implant-retained crowns on completion of orthodontic treatment. After a 4-month healing period, an
impression was made of the implant hexes and a master cast was formed. Two-piece temporary healing abutments were placed
on the implants and used to retain orthodontic brackets. The orthodontist retracted the mandibular anterior teeth using the
posterior implants for anchorage. The abutment screws of the 2-piece temporary healing abutments were tightened to 20 N-cm at
the insertion appointment and did not need to be tightened again during the course of orthodontic therapy. Standard orthodontic
brackets were cemented to the 2-piece temporary healing abutments. Orthodontic treatment was accomplished uneventfully.
Prosthodontic treatment was completed using the osseointegrated implants to replace the missing teeth. The methods described
in this clinical report present clinicians with additional choices in the treatment of complex dental disease using osseointegrated
dental implants.
Publication Type
  Case Reports. Journal Article.

				
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