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Multiple physical impairments are associated with chronic drooling. This case illustrates the use of a simple appliance to align the patient's lip to provide opportunity for a lip seal when… (More)
The traditional caries index, DMF, provides inadequate information to assess dental treatment needs of a community. Dental health planners are often called upon to estimate the treatment needs,… (More)
A fixed orthodontic appliance utilizing light continuous forces to correct an anterior crossbite is described. This appliance can serve as an alternative to other methods of anterior crossbite… (More)
While rates of infection with the HIV virus are decreasing, the number of children infected continues to increase. There are multiple implications for the practicing pediatric dentist. Many of these… (More)
A Longitudinal Study of Mesiodistal Crown Diameters in Human Primary and Permanent Dentitions" (1986). Open-Access* Master's Theses from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Paper 1. support have made… (More)
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive motor neuron disease. Methods of dental treatment of a young male patient with ALS are presented. This case is unusual in several respects: the… (More)
HIV infection can cause a variety of neuropsychiatric changes. These changes and their effects on dental care delivery are discussed. A case report illustrates the behavioral changes of one patient.