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Isolation of yeasts and enteric bacteria in root-filled teeth with chronic apical periodontitis.
- V. Pečiulienė, A. Reynaud, I. Balčiūnienė, M. Haapasalo
- MedicineInternational endodontic journal
- 1 September 2001
The high prevalence of enteric bacteria and yeasts in root-filled teeth with chronic apical periodontitis was established and IKI improved the antimicrobial effect of the treatment.
Isolation of Enterococcus faecalis in previously root-filled canals in a Lithuanian population.
- V. Pečiulienė, I. Balčiūnienė, H. Eriksen, M. Haapasalo
- MedicineJournal of endodontics
- 1 October 2000
It is the ecological conditions present in the incompletely filled root canal that are important for the presence of E. faecalis in these teeth, rather than previous chemical treatment, the results indicate.
Traumatic dental injuries: etiology, prevalence and possible outcomes.
The changing lifestyle and requirements of modern society lead to an emergence of new patterns of dental trauma, and a regular update of knowledge in dental traumatology is required.
Microorganisms in root canal infections: a review.
- V. Pečiulienė, R. Manelienė, Estera Balcikonyte, S. Drukteinis, V. Rutkunas
Scientific evidence indicates that unsatisfactory outcome of cases in which treatment has followed the highest technical standards mainly is associated with microbial factors, comprising extraradicular and/or intraradicular infections.
The influence of margin location on the amount of undetected cement excess after delivery of cement-retained implant restorations.
- T. Linkevicius, E. Vindašiūtė, A. Puisys, V. Pečiulienė
- Medicine, Materials ScienceClinical oral implants research
- 1 December 2011
The amount of residual cement after cleaning increased as the restoration margins were located deeper subgingivally, using weighting and calculation of proportion, and there was a significant correlation between evaluation techniques.
Hemophilia and oral health.
There is a lack of epidemiological studies in oral health status of hemophilia patient, according to an electronic search of Medline, Cochrane, SSCI, and SCI databases from 1982 to the present.
Susceptibility of endodontic pathogens to antibiotics in patients with symptomatic apical periodontitis.
Antibiotic prescription for the treatment of endodontic pathology: a survey among Lithuanian dentists.
Lithian dentists, particularly those with longer duration of professional activity, tended to exceed general recommendations for the antibiotics prescription in cases of endodontic infections, however, a trend toward prescription of broader spectrum antibiotics by younger dentists compared with those with shorter professional activity was observed.
Apical periodontitis in root filled teeth associated with the quality of root fillings.
- V. Pečiulienė, Jūratė Rimkuvienė, Rasma Maneliene, D. Ivanauskaitė
- Medicine, Materials ScienceStomatologija
The results of this study indicate that inadequate root fillings were more often associated with an increased prevalence of apical periodontitis and substantial efforts must be made to improve the standard of endodontic treatment.
Reducing dental plaque formation and caries development. A review of current methods and implications for novel pharmaceuticals.
- Povilas Kalesinskas, Tomas Kacergius, A. Ambrozaitis, V. Pečiulienė, D. Ericson
- Medicine, BiologyStomatologija
There is a constant need to develop the methods and chemotherapeutics for improving oral health care and decreasing teeth decay through the suppression of cariogenic biofilm formation in the oral cavity.