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(Acta Odontol Scand[TA])
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  • Assessment of lingual nerve functions after smoking cessation. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Odontol Scand 2017 Apr 03; :1-10
  • Rittich AB, Ellrich J, Said Yekta-Michael S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The lower temperature sensitivity of ex-smokers compared to that in non-smokers indicates a reduction of somatosensory function of the tongue, possibly caused by irreversible nerve degeneration associated with smoking. Influencing factors leading to sensory changes could be modulation of thermo-receptors, demyelination as well as a change of the epithelial structure.
  • Follow-up of children's oral health-related quality of life after dental general anaesthesia treatment. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Odontol Scand 2017; 75(4):255-261
  • Jankauskiené B, Virtanen JI, Narbutaité J
  • CONCLUSIONS: This longitudinal study showed a sustained improvement in the children's OHRQoL six months after their DGA treatment. Post-operative parental ratings of their child's oral health were higher after the DGA treatment, but the children exhibited insufficient oral hygiene and new caries lesions. An appropriate follow-up system for children receiving DGA treatment with special focus on preventive care is needed.
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