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The authors report one case of neonatal dacryocystitis. They consider the diagnostic and therapeutic problems. One surgical intervention, with a large orifice of the lacrimal meatus, upon the catheter, with rhinoscopy, seems them the best solution, in this precise case.
OBJECTIVE To assess gingival recession (GR) in manual and power toothbrush users and evaluate the relationship between GR and gingival abrasion scores (GA). METHODS This was an observational (cross-sectional), single-centre, examiner-blind study involving a single-brushing exercise, with 181 young adult participants: 90 manual brush users and 91… (More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of different levels of filament end rounding on gingival abrasions (GAs). METHODS The study was a crossover, split-mouth, contra-lateral, double-blinded, randomized design using professional brushing. Three manual toothbrushes, with 0%, 40-50% and >90% end-rounded filaments, were… (More)