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The interdisciplinary management of hypodontia: background and role of paediatric dentistry
This paper is the first of a series on the comprehensive management of young people with hypodontia. The paper looks at the background to the condition, the possible aetiological factors, theExpand
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Oral health in children with renal disease
Abstract Thirty-eight children (aged 2–16 years) attending a regional kidney unit had a full clinical and radiological dental examination. Twenty had previously undergone a renal transplant, 11 hadExpand
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Are sugars-free medicines more erosive than sugars-containing medicines? An in vitro study of paediatric medicines with prolonged oral clearance used regularly and long-term by children.
OBJECTIVE The reduced use of sugars-containing (SC) liquid medicines has increased the use of other dose forms, potentially resulting in more widespread dental effects, including tooth wear. The aimExpand
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Dental erosion -- changing prevalence? A review of British National childrens' surveys.
OBJECTIVES To investigate the change in the prevalence of dental erosion, over time, by a review of the data from the published national dental surveys of young people in the UK. A subsidiaryExpand
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Overview and quality assurance for the oral health component of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), 2003-04.
The 2003-04 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) was a collaborative effort involving 28 federal funding partners with the National Center for Health Statistics. TheExpand
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Primary molar pulp therapy--histological evaluation of failure.
OBJECTIVES Qualitative comparison of the clinical, radiographic and histological outcomes in a small sample of cariously exposed primary molars, extracted after unsuccessful pulp treatment by twoExpand
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Oral health and related factors in cystic fibrosis and other chronic respiratory disorders
Aim: To compare the prevalence of dental caries, dental calculus, and enamel defects in children with cystic fibrosis (CF) and children with other chronic respiratory disorders. Methods: A crossExpand
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Dental caries and its association with sociodemographics, erosion, and diet in schoolchildren from southeast Brazil.
PURPOSES The purposes of this study were to determine the prevalence of caries in a sample of Brazilian schoolchildren, test associotions between caries, sociodemographics, and erosion, andExpand
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