Citations with the tag: ANTISEPTICS in dentistry
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- Get tough with Tower Dental.
// British Dental Journal; 3/25/2006, Vol. 200 Issue 6, p349
The article evaluates Tower Dental's line of professional cleaners and disinfectants which can prevent cross infection in dental surgery.
- Taking care of infection control.
// British Dental Journal; 3/25/2006, Vol. 200 Issue 6, p350
The article evaluates Dental Sky's infection control products such as the Dento-Viractis 77 which is a perfumed grapefruit-scented surface disinfectant that has been specially formulated to disinfect all surfaces, equipment and non-sterilizable devices.
- FULL MOUTH DISINFECTION.
// Perio Reports Newsletter; Jan2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p5
Discusses a research on full-mouth debridement with and without chlorhexidine. Comparison on the clinical healing between full-mouth instrumentation groups and the group treated traditionally; Contrast on the periodontal pocket reduction in the full-mouth and control groups; Clinical implications.
- REMBRANDT MOUTH RINSE.
// Perio Reports Newsletter; Jan2004, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p6
Focuses on a research comparing the Rembrandt mouth rinse to a placebo rinse over a six-month period. Effectiveness of test and placebo rinses in an experimental gingivitis model; Differences in stain and teeth whiteness; Effect of the rinses on gingival bleeding from baseline.
- The in vivo Effects of an Antiseptic Mouthwash on Odor-producing Microorganisms.
PITTS,, G.; PIANOTTI,, R.; FEARY,, T. W.; McGUINESS,, J.; MASURAT, T. // Journal of Dental Research; Nov1981, Vol. 60 Issue 11, p1891
Oral odorigens were quantitated by specific, functional assays; oral malodor was simultaneously measured organoleptically. An antiseptic mouthwash was found to depress malodor and populations of odorigenic bacteria for at least two h. These results support the hypothesis that the anti-odor...
- Comparative efficacy of two daily use mouthrinses: randomized clinical trial using an experimental gingivitis model.
Charles, Christine Ann; McGuire, James Anthony; Sharma, Naresh Chandra; Qaqish, James // Brazilian Oral Research; Jul/Aug2011, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p338
Two antimicrobial agents, a fixed combination of essential oils (EOs) and 0.07% cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) are found in commercially available mouthrinses, Listerineï¿½ Antiseptic and Crestï¿½ Pro Healthï¿½, respectively. Both mouthrinses have been shown to control dental plaque and...
- Examination by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy of the Adsorption of Chlorhexidine on Hydroxyapatite.
SODHI, R. N. S.; GRAD, H. A.; SMITH, D. C. // Journal of Dental Research; Aug1992, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p1493
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) was used for determination of the effects of chlorhexidine (CHX) solutions (0.2% and 1% solutions of the digluconate salt) on the elemental composition of hydroxyapatite surfaces. So that the nature of the adsorbed species after they were washed with water...
- Effect of low-concentration daily topical fluoride application on fluoride release of Giomer and Compomer: An in vitro study.
Dhull, K. S.; Nandlal, B. // Journal of the Indian Society of Pedodontics & Preventive Dentis; Jan-Mar2011, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p39
Aims and Objective: To determine the effect of lowconcentration daily topical fluoride application on fluoride release of Giomer and Compomer and to compare the amount of fluoride release from Giomer to that of Compomer. Materials and Methods: Forty-eight specimens of each Giomer and Compomer...
- SMALL-FLOWERED AGRIMONY.
Foster, Steven; Duke, James A. // Peterson Field Guide to Medicinal Plants & Herbs of Eastern & Ce; 2000, p121
This article provides information on the Small-Flowered Agrimony plant. The perennial plant belongs to the rose family which are often found in damp thickets and in clumps. The herbal tea astringent, which is made from the whole plant, is used to stop bleeding. The plant's extract is also used...
Foster, Steven; Duke, James A. // British Dental Nurses Journal; Spring2009, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p28
The article evaluates several dental products including the Disposa-Shield Infection Control Barrier from Dentsply, Listerine mouthwash and the KoVo ESTETIC E80 suspended chair.
- Evaluating the efficacy of commonly used topical anesthetics.
Roghani, Shiva; Duperon, Donald F.; Barcohana, Nazanine // Pediatric Dentistry; May/Jun1999, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p197
PURPOSE: This study compared the efficacy of commonly used topical anesthetics using an objective measuring scale. METHODS: The following were tested: 5% EMLA cream, 10% cocaine, 10% lidocaine, 10% benzocaine, 1% dyclonine, and a placebo. A special instrument was designed to serve the purpose of...
- Electronic and local anesthesia: A clinical comparison for operative procedures.
J. Yap, Adrian U.; W. Ho, Henry C. // Quintessence International; Aug1996, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p549
The comfort on administration and effectiveness of electronic and local anesthesia for operative procedures, as perceived by clinicians and patients, were compared based on a 5-point Lickert scale, and a survey to solicit patient's feedback on the use of electronic anesthesia was conducted....
- Restoration of the Interdental Space.
Boner, Clive; Boner, Neil // International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry; 1983, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p30
The article discusses the restoration of the interdental space, an area where caries and inflammatory dental disease commonly begins. A close relationship between periodontics and restorative dentistry is required for any restorative procedures. Anatomic considerations are divided into...
- Adult Orthodontics as an Adjunct to Restorative Care.
Miller, Thomas E. // International Journal of Prosthodontics; Sep/Oct1988, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p165
Orthodontic procedures for the adult dental patient can enhance the result of restorative treatment through the repositioning of teeth whose uncorrected position could otherwise be compromised. The problems of rotated anterior teeth, supraerupted molars, labiolingual reverse overlap, and tilted...
- A clinical assessment of the effectiveness of a mouthwash based on triclosan and on Zea mays L used as supplements to brushing.
Machuca, G.; Valencia, S.; Lacalle, J. R.; Machuca, C.; Bullon, P. // Quintessence International; May1997, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p329
The effectiveness of a mouthwash based on triclosan in combatting plaque and gingivitis was compared with a mouthwash based on nonsaponifiable maize germ (Zea mays L). Both were used to supplement conventional mechanical oral hygiene. The study was carried out under double-blind conditions with...
- MECHANISMS OF STAIN FORMATION ON TEETH, IN PARTICULAR ASSOCIATED WITH METAL IONS AND ANTISEPTICS.
ADDY, M.; MORAN, J. // Advances in Dental Research; Dec1995, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p450
Much has been written on the subject of extrinsic tooth discoloration, but, except when the pigment is intentionally applied, the etiologies and mechanisms are poorly understood. Extrinsic stains have been classified as non-metallic or metallic. The pigment usually lies not on or in the dental...
- Comparison of the Effects of Two Topical Fluoride Regimens on Demineralized Enamel in vivo.
CLARK, J. W.; CORPRON, R. E.; MORE, F. G.; EASTON, J. W.; MERRILL, D. F.; KOWALSKI, C. J. // Journal of Dental Research; Jun1988, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p954
The purpose of this investigation was to study the intra-oral remineralization of acid-softened enamel by a NaF dentifrice compared with that from a combination of topical F agents. Bovine enamel slabs were demineralized with 0.1 mol/L lactic acid at pH 4.0 for 14 hr and then mounted in are...
- Effects of Rinses with an Acidic Calcium Phosphate Solution on Fluoride Uptake, Caries, and in situ Plaque pH in Rats.
SCHREIBER, C. T.; SHERN, R. J.; CHOW, L. C.; KINGMAN, A. // Journal of Dental Research; Jun1988, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p959
The effects of oral rinses on enamel fluoride uptake, caries, and plaque pH in rats were investigated by use of (1) an acidic calcium phosphate solution (CPS) saturated with dicalcium phosphate dehydrate (DCPD) and (2) a 1% fluoride solution. Osborne-Mendel rats, 19 days of age, were randomly...
- Local Electroanesthesia in Dentistry.
BROOKS, BERNARD; REISS, ROBERT; UMANS, ROBERT // Journal of Dental Research; Mar1970, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p298
A clinical study of the value of a device for producing electroanesthesia used in conjunction with the air-turbine drill in operative dentistry is presented.
- "Single Preoperative Dose Versus Long-term Prophylactic Antibiotic Regimens in Dental Implant Surgery,"
Ley, John // Journal of Oral Implantology; 2005, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p155
Presents a summary of the research "Single Preoperative Dose Versus Long-term Prophylactic Antibiotic Regimens in Dental Implant Surgery," conducted by A. Binahmed, L. Peterson et al, published in the 2005 issue of the "Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery." Effectiveness of a single...
- Duraphat shortage.
Williams, S. // British Dental Journal; 1/9/2010, Vol. 208 Issue 1, p4
The article presents a concern from a sender on the shortage of Duraphat varnish, a solution needed for dental artistry. It mentions that the cause of the shortage is due to the unavailability of one of the major ingredients of the varnish. Moreover, Clinpro White Varnish which contains 50...
- An in vitro study of the diffusibility of intracanal medicaments.
Kirzioğlu, Zuhal // Quintessence International; Aug1990, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p649
In this study, the diffusion properties of the vapors of four canal antiseptics were examined. Tricresol, camphore-chlorophenol, Cresophene, and povidone-iodine in clinical doses were tested against Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus faccalis. Forty-five extracted human maxillary central...
- Restorative Treatment for Patients With Excessive Vertical Overlap.
Capp, N. J.; Warren, K. // International Journal of Prosthodontics; Jul/Aug1991, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p353
The restoration of anterior teeth for patients with excessive vertical overlap is often complicated by a lack of space for restorative materials. This situation often occurs in patients with worn anterior teeth. Two methods of creating adequate space to permit satisfactory restoration are presented.
- The Role of Prosthodontists in Habilitation and Rehabilitation in Rare Disorders: The Ectodermal Dysplasia Experience.
Bergendal, Birgitta // International Journal of Prosthodontics; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p466
Purpose: The aim of this article is to highlight the strong worldwide trend of enhancing the opportunities for individuals with rare disorders to get adequate information and treatment. Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia is used as an example. Materials and Methods: The development in recent...
- In Vitro Effectiveness of Mouthrinses Against Candida albicans.
Nakamoto, Kyowni; Tamamoto, Mitsuhiro; Hamada, Taizo // International Journal of Prosthodontics; Sep/Oct1995, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p486
This study assessed the antifungal activity of seven commercial mouthrinses against Candida albicans, tile organism often in found in denture wearers with denture stomatitis. Screening for efficacy of growth inhibition found that five mouthrinses inhibited the growth of fungi and their maximum...
- Use of tranexamic acid mouthwash to prevent postoperative bleeding in oral surgery patients on oral anticoagulant medication.
Gaspar, Rone; Brenner, Beni; Leon Ardekian; Peled, Micha; Laufer, Dov // Quintessence International; Jun1997, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p375
The clinical hemostatic effect of tranexamic acid mouthwash after oral surgery was evaluated in 47 patients receiving oral anticoagulant therapy. Surgery was performed after the anticoagulant medication was recued in 15 patients (control group) and with no change in anticoagulant therapy in 32...
- Essential Oil Mouthrinses Compared to Chlorhexidine Mouthrinses.
Gaspar, Rone; Brenner, Beni; Leon Ardekian; Peled, Micha; Laufer, Dov // Biological Therapies in Dentistry; Aug/Sep2012, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p1
The article discusses a review which aims to evaluate the effects of an essential-oil mouthwash compared to a chlorhexidine (CHX) mouthwash with respect to plaque and parameters of gingival inflammation. It explains that all studies that were reviewed involved a randomized controlled trials. It...
- GARGLE OR FLOSS?
Gaspar, Rone; Brenner, Beni; Leon Ardekian; Peled, Micha; Laufer, Dov // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 6/28/2004, Issue 25, p75
The article presents information on the approval given by the American Dental Association (ADA) to Listering, a mouthwash. The ADA said that rinsing with mouthwash is as effective as flossing for mouth. A research published by ADA shows that regular brushing with the mouthwash is as effective as...
- A Survey of Preprocedural Antiseptic Mouth Rinse Use in Army Dental Clinics.
Hennessy, Bernard; Joyce, Anthony // Military Medicine; Aug2004, Vol. 169 Issue 8, p600
Objective: The objective of this project was to evaluate the use of preprocedural mouth rinses in Army dental clinics. Materials and Methods: Three hundred six-question surveys were distributed to 10 Army dental organizations throughout the United States and Germany during the period from March...
- An interdisciplinary approach to treat crown-root-fractured tooth.
Ying Chun Sun; Ying Li; Jian Tong; Ping Gao // Nigerian Medical Journal; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p274
Restoration of a crown-root subgingival fractured tooth, especially at anterior aesthetic zones is still a great challenge for restorative dentists. Crown lengthening procedure alone has the disadvantage of high gingival curve of the final restoration, which was not discontinuous to adjacent...
- Dental Caries and Staining after Twenty-eight Months of Rinsing with Stannous Fluoride or Sodium Fluoride.
LEVERETT, D. H.; MCHUGH, W. D.; JENSEN, O. E. // Journal of Dental Research; Mar1986, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p424
The aim of this study was to compare the effects of daily mouthrinsing with aqueous solutions of 0.05% NaF or 0.1% SnF2 on dental caries and tooth staining. The study population consisted of 437 children, aged from 12 to 15 years at baseline, residing in a non-fluoridated community. By...
- Clinical Trial in Adults of an Antimicrobial Varnish for Reducing Mutans Streptococci.
SANDHAM, H. J.; BROWN, J.; CHAN, K. H.; PHILLIPS, H. I.; BURGESS, R. C.; STOKL, A. J. // Journal of Dental Research; Nov1991, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p1401
An abbreviated treatment with a chlorhexidine-containing varnish was compared with a similar treatment with a placebo varnish and with a prophylaxis alone for its effects on the numbers of detectable salivary mutans streptococci in 51 adults. The varnishes, applied once weekly for four weeks,...
- Reproducibility and Sensitivity of Oral Malodor Measurements with a Portable Sulphide Monitor.
ROSENBERG, M.; KULKARNI, G. V.; BOSY, A.; McCULLOCH, C. A. G. // Journal of Dental Research; Nov1991, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p1436
Forty-one subjects with bad breath were assessed for oral malodor and periodontal status on three occasions, at intervals of approximately one week. Oral malodor was assessed by measurement of peak and steady-state volatile sulphide levels with a portable sulphide monitor and by organoleptic...
- Remineralization and Demineralization in situ from a Triclosan/Co-polymer/Fluoride Dentifrice.
MELLBERG, J. R.; BLAKE-HASKINS, J.; PETROU, I. D.; GROTE, N. E. // Journal of Dental Research; Nov1991, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p1441
An in situ study was conducted to evaluate the effect of a dentifrice containing 1100 ppm F (NaF) and triclosan, an anti-plaque agent, on remineralization of artificially-formed caries lesions in thin sections of human enamel. The thin sections were placed in mandibular partial dentures of 15...
- New alcohol free mouthrinse.
MELLBERG, J. R.; BLAKE-HASKINS, J.; PETROU, I. D.; GROTE, N. E. // Vital; Fall2005, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p41
The article features Fluoride Mouthrinse, the new alcohol-free mouthrinse product from UnoDent. The product contains 0.5 percent sodium fluoride to help strengthen tooth enamel and protect against cavities. It also contains cetylpyridinium chloride to inhibit plaque build-up and freshen the breath.
- Cover Page.
MELLBERG, J. R.; BLAKE-HASKINS, J.; PETROU, I. D.; GROTE, N. E. // Saturday Evening Post; 7/9/1949, Vol. 222 Issue 2, preceding p1
The article focuses on the effectiveness of using Listerine Antiseptic against halitosis or unpleasant smelling breath and discusses the causes of the disease. The antiseptic is an aid that freshens breath instantly. Some cases of the disease are of systemic origin and others are due to the...
- REVASCULARIZATION IN ENDODONTICS.
Sridharan, Swetha; Neelakantan, Intern; Neelakantan, Prasanna // International Journal of Clinical Dentistry; 2014, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p139
Ideal endodontic therapy would be one wherein diseased tissue is removed and replaced by healthy tissue. This is termed regenerative endodontics. The presently clinically viable treatment modality following this regenerative approach is the revascularization treatment where the root canal system...
- Antibacterial Susceptibility of Plaque Bacteria.
NEWMAN, MICHAEL G.; HULEM, CHARLES; COLGATE, JUDITH; ANSELMO, CARL // Journal of Dental Research; Jul1979, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p1722
Selected anaerobic, capnophilic and facultative bacteria isolated from patients with various forms of periodontal health and disease were tested for their susceptibility to antibiotics and antimicrobial agents. Specific bactericidal and minimum inhibitory concentrations were compared to disc...
- Effect of Water Soluble Components Derived from Cocoa on Plaque Formation.
PALENIK, CHARLES J.; PARK, KICHUEL; KATZ, SIMON; STOOKEY, GEORGE K. // Journal of Dental Research; Jul1979, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p1749
This article discusses the role of water soluble chemicals derived from cocoa plants on the development of plaque and dental caries. Carbohydrate and protein chemicals in cocoa that could have antiseptic properties in dealing with the plaque causing bacteria streptococcus mutans are described....
- The Antimicrobial Effect of Fluorides (Acidulated Phosphate, Sodium and Stannous) on Actinomyces viscosus.
YOON, NANCY A.; BERRY, CHARLES W. // Journal of Dental Research; Aug1979, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p1824
The effect of three commercially prepared fluoride compounds (acidulated phosphate fluoride 1.23% F-, stannous fluoride 0.4%, and sodium fluoride 0.05%o) diluted to various concentrations with brain heart infusion broth, on the growth of five strains of Actinomyces viscosus following 1 and 24...
- Plaque Inhibition by Sustained Release of Chlorhexidine from Removable Appliances.
FRIEDMAN, M.; HARARI, D.; RAZ, H.; GOLOMB, G.; BRAYER, L. // Journal of Dental Research; Nov1985, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p1319
We studied the effectiveness of a sustained-release delivery system for chlorhexidine in plaque prevention. A clinical trial in a group of eight students wearing orthodontic appliances coated by ethyl cellulose polymer containing the drug demonstrated that plaque accumulation was decreased for a...
- Effects of Highly Concentrated Stannous Fluoride and Chlorhexidine Regimes on Human Dental Plaque Flora.
SCHAEKEN, M. J. M.; DE JONG, M. H.; FRANKEN, H. C. M.; VAN DER HOEVEN, J. S. // Journal of Dental Research; Jan1986, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p57
The aim of this study was to determine the effect of an intensive antimicrobial treatment on the number of Streptococcus mutans, Streptococcus sanguis, Actinomyces viscosus/Actinomyces naeslundii, and the total Colony-forming Units (CFU) in plaque. The dentition of human volunteers was treated...
- Microbiological Aspects of the Chemical Control of Plaque and Gingivitis.
MARSH, P.D. // Journal of Dental Research; Jul1992, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p1431
Antimicrobial agents, delivered either by mouthrinse or toothpaste, can be used to maintain plaque at levels compatible with oral health by (a) reducing existing plaque, (b) preventing the formation of new plaque, (c) selectively inhibiting those particular bacteria that are associated with...
- Agents for the Management of Plaque and Gingivitis.
CIANCIO, S. G. // Journal of Dental Research; Jul1992, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p1450
Numerous chemical agents have been evaluated for the supplementation of patient-dependent mechanical plaque control and thus the reduction or prevention of oral diseases. Agents discussed in this paper are those most frequently evaluated in recent studies and include chlorhexidine, essential...
- New Agents in the Chemical Control of Plaque and Gingivitis: Reaction Paper.
O'MULLANE, DENIS // Journal of Dental Research; Jul1992, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p1455
The inadequacy of traditional methods in controlling plaque and gingivitis has led to an increasing interest in the chemical approach, especially using toothpastes and mouthrinses. Various agents have been tested by a variety of experimental designs. Further work in this field should include...
- New Agents in the Chemical Control of Plaque and Gingivitis-Reaction Paper.
VAN DYKE, T. E. // Journal of Dental Research; Jul1992, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p1457
The papers of Drs. Christersson, Marsh, Cummins, and Ciancio focus on the issues and problems associated with the efficacious delivery of chemical agents intended to control plaque and gingivitis. The infectious nature of periodontal disease, the importance of oral microbial ecology, the success...
- Increased Overnight Fluoride Concentrations in Saliva, Plaque, and Plaque Fluid after a Novel Two-solution Rinse.
Vogel, G. L.; Mao, Y.; Carey, C. M.; Chow, L. C. // Journal of Dental Research; Mar1997, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p761
Recent studies showed that salivary, plaque-fluid, and whole-plaque fluoride were significantly higher 120 min after subjects rinsed with a novel two-solution rinse than after they rinsed with a NaF rinse of the same fluoride concentration. In this study, the persistence of these increases was...
- Visco-Elastic Parameters of Dental Restorative Materials During Setting.
Dauvillier, B. S.; Feilzer, A. J.; De Gee, A. J.; Davidson, C. L. // Journal of Dental Research; Mar2000, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p818
Contraction stresses generated in restoratives during setting are among the major problems in adhesive dentistry, since they often result in loss of adhesion from the cavity walls or in post-operative pain. The rate of stress development and the ultimate magnitude of the stress, which determine...
- A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF GLYCERITE OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE AND OF HEXYLRESORCINOL ON THE BACTERIA OF THE NORMAL MOUTH.
BROWN, ETHAN ALLAN; CRUICKSHANK, GEORGE A. // Journal of Dental Research; Feb1947, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p83
This article discusses the results of a comparative research study conducted to determine the effects of glycerite of hydrogen peroxide and of hexylresorcinol on the number or oral organisms present in the mouth. The researchers hypothesize that both will be effective for use in antiseptic...
- AN IN VITRO STUDY OF ANTISEPTICS AND ANTIBIOTICS USED IN ENDODONTICS.
FAJARDA, OLIVIER PITA; GROSSMAN, LOUIS I.; McSHANE, JOAN // Journal of Dental Research; Aug1956, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p656
The article presents an in vitro study which investigates antiseptics and antibiotics that are used in endodontics. The action of the antiseptics and antibiotics in the destruction of microorganisms involved in the infection of root canals is examined. The laboratory procedures performed for the...