Corpus ID: 41876994

Classification of severe tooth discolorations and treatment options

  title={Classification of severe tooth discolorations and treatment options},
  author={Huy Tran and Lotte Jenssen},
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Dental management of amelogenesis imperfecta patients: a primer on genotype-phenotype correlations.
A narrative review of the current literature on amelogenesis imperfecta is provided, particularly regarding recent advances in the identification of candidate genes and the patterns of inheritance. Expand
Textbook of endodontology
This work presents evidence for the essential role of micro-organisms in apical periodontitis and methods for studying the root canal microflora, as well as some of the factors influencing choice of treatment. Expand
Nonvital tooth bleaching: a review of the literature and clinical procedures.
There is a deficiency of evidence-based science in the literature that addresses the prognosis of bleached nonvital teeth, so it is important to always be aware of the possible complications and risks that are associated with the different bleaching techniques. Expand
The genetic basis of inherited anomalies of the teeth. Part 2: syndromes with significant dental involvement.
The dental anomalies in several multiple congenital anomaly (MCA) syndromes, in which the dental component is pivotal in the recognition of the phenotype and/or the molecular basis of the disorder is known, are reviewed. Expand
Vital tooth whitening.
  • P. Kihn
  • Medicine
  • Dental clinics of North America
  • 2007
The evolution of the technology is traced, what is known about the mechanism of action and such issues as toxicology and side effects associated with tooth whitening are explored. Expand
Bagan-Sebastian, Drug-induced disorders of teeth
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  • 2005
Dental caries; the disease and its clinical management
Minocycline-induced hyperpigmentation masquerading as alkaptonuria in individuals with joint pain.
Five patients with findings consistent with ochronosis, including pigmentary changes of the ear and mild degenerative disease of the spine and large joints, were diagnosed clinically as having alkaptonuria, but the diagnosis was withdrawn based on normal urine HGA levels, all of which were women who had taken minocycline for dermatologic or rheumatologic disorders for extended periods. Expand
Tetracycline and other tetracycline‐derivative staining of the teeth and oral cavity
Most of the reviewed literature consisted of case reports; longitudinal clinical trials are necessary to provide more information on the prevalence, severity, etiology and clinical presentation of tetracycline and TCN‐derivative staining in the adult population. Expand