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(Acta Odontol Scand[TA])
3,388 results
  • Long term changes in health complaints after removal of amalgam restorations. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Odontol Scand 2017 Jan 16; :1-15
  • Björkman L, Sjursen TT, … Lundekvam BF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Removal of amalgam restorations was followed by a long term reduction of general health complaints, which was associated with mercury concentration in urine before amalgam removal. Additional studies are needed to confirm the potential mechanisms for the observed reduction.
  • Orofacial function and monitoring of oral care in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Odontol Scand 2017 Jan 12; :1-10
  • Bergendal B, McAllister A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the bulbar group, several orofacial functions became impaired at an early stage of disease development, and at final registrations many vital orofacial functions were severely compromised. The spinal group was less severely affected orally. However, all individuals irrespective of type of initial symptoms needed assistance in performing oral hygiene measures in the latter part of the disease period. Good oral health and oral comfort could be maintained in all participants and no other dental treatment was needed.
  • Circadian rhythms and gene expression during mouse molar tooth development. [Journal Article]
  • AOActa Odontol Scand 2017; 75(2):144-153
  • Nirvani M, Khuu C, … Sehic A
  • CONCLUSIONS: MiRNAs, including miR-182 and miR-141, are involved in the control of peripheral circadian rhythms in the developing tooth by regulating the expression of genes coding for circadian transcription factors such as CLOCK and BMAL1. Regulation of circadian rhythms may be important for enamel phenotype, and the morphology of dental enamel may vary between individuals due to differences in circadian profiles.
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