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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733844/effectiveness-of-current-adhesive-systems-when-bonding-to-cad-cam-indirect-resin-materials-a-review-of-32-publications
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Atsushi Mine, Tomoshige Kabetani, Asuka Kawaguchi-Uemura, Mami Higashi, Yuko Tajiri, Ryosuke Hagino, Dai Imai, Masahiro Yumitate, Shintaro Ban, Mariko Matsumoto, Hirofumi Yatani
The purpose of this review was to assess the available literature regarding bonding between current adhesive systems and computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) indirect resin materials, to provide clinicians with a comparative overview of the relevant bonding procedures. An electronic search was performed through PubMed based on the keywords CAD/CAM and dental bonding. Additional relevant literature was obtained from the citations in the articles. A total of 313 papers were identified, of which 281 were excluded as being unsuitable, and an additional 3 papers were identified, giving a total of 32 articles that are included in this review...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733843/evidence-based-strategy-for-dental-biofilms-current-evidence-of-mouthwashes-on-dental-biofilm-and-gingivitis
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Shoji Takenaka, Tatsuya Ohsumi, Yuichiro Noiri
Therapeutic mouthwash (MW) is an adjunctive tool along with a regular oral hygiene routine of daily tooth brushing and daily flossing. Previous systematic reviews have demonstrated that it is effective against dental biofilm and gingival inflammation, for prevention of dental caries, and for managing one's bad breath condition according to the active ingredients. MWs prevent the microorganisms from bacterial adhesion that corresponds to the initial step in biofilm formation. This review summarized the current state of evidence such as anti-biofilm, anti-gingivitis and cariostatic properties of MWs by evaluating systematic reviews from the past six years...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733842/bone-grafting-materials-in-dentoalveolar-reconstruction-a-comprehensive-review
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S Titsinides, G Agrogiannis, T Karatzas
Bone deficits of the jaws are often attributed to accidents, surgical removal of benign lesions or malignant neoplasms, congenital abnormalities, periodontal inflammation, tooth abscess or extraction and finally jaw atrophy due to advanced age or general disease. These bone defects require rehabilitation for a variety of reasons, e.g. maintaining the normal anatomic outline, eliminating empty space, aesthetic restoration and placing dental implants. Today, several techniques have been developed to eliminate these bone deformities including bone grafting, guided bone regeneration, distraction osteogenesis, use of growth factors and stem cells...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733841/comparison-of-immediate-and-conventional-loading-protocols-with-respect-to-marginal-bone-loss-around-implants-supporting-mandibular-overdentures-a-systematic-review-and-meta-analysis
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Minoru Sanda, Kenji Fueki, Pranjal Radke Bari, Kazuyoshi Baba
Purpose: To compare marginal bone level changes (MBLCs) of immediately- and conventionally-loaded implants supporting a mandibular implant overdenture (IOD). Materials and methods: Both electronic (MEDLINE, PubMed, and The Cochrane Library) and manual searches were conducted for all relevant studies published from 1 January 2000 to 1 November, 2017. Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and prospective studies with a minimum follow-up of 12 months were selected. Studies which utilized implants narrower than 3 mm were excluded from analysis...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733840/crosstalk-between-fas-and-s1p-1-signaling-via-nf-kb-in-osteoclasts-controls-bone-destruction-in-the-tmj-due-to-rheumatoid-arthritis
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Islamy Rahma Hutami, Eiji Tanaka, Takashi Izawa
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) mainly affects various joints of the body, including the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), and it involves an infiltration of autoantibodies and inflammatory leukocytes into articular tissues and the synovium. Initially, the synovial lining tissue becomes engaged with several kinds of infiltrating cells, including osteoclasts, macrophages, lymphocytes, and plasma cells. Eventually, bone degradation occurs. In order to elucidate the best therapy for RA, a comprehensive study of RA pathogenesis needs to be completed...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30733839/current-and-future-options-for-dental-pulp-therapy
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Takahiko Morotomi, Ayako Washio, Chiaki Kitamura
Dental pulp is a connective tissue and has functions that include initiative, formative, protective, nutritive, and reparative activities. However, it has relatively low compliance, because it is enclosed in hard tissue. Its low compliance against damage, such as dental caries, results in the frequent removal of dental pulp during endodontic therapy. Loss of dental pulp frequently leads to fragility of the tooth, and eventually, a deterioration in the patient's quality of life. With the development of biomaterials such as bioceramics and advances in pulp biology such as the identification of dental pulp stem cells, novel ideas for the preservation of dental pulp, the regenerative therapy of dental pulp, and new biomaterials for direct pulp capping have now been proposed...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30705708/symposium-imaging-modalities-for-drug-related-osteonecrosis-of-the-jaw-1-role-of-imaging-in-drug-related-osteonecrosis-of-the-jaw-an-up-to-date-review-secondary-publication
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Makoto Tsuchimochi, Tohru Kurabayashi
MRONJ/ARONJ is a serious adverse effect of medication, although the incidence of the disease is rare, and there are still controversial issues regarding the pathogenesis of MRONJ/ARONJ. Medications that can lead to MRONJ/ARONJ are commonly used to treat osteoporosis and to prevent bone fractures caused by bone metastasis of malignancies. The long-standing disease state of ONJ deteriorates the quality of life of affected patients. Early detection and prevention of the disease are key to alleviating pain and discomfort...
November 2019: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30302138/introduction-to-kampo-medicine-for-dental-treatment-oral-pharmacotherapy-that-utilizes-the-advantages-of-western-and-kampo-medicines
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Pao-Li Wang, Akihiro Kaneko
Kampo medicine is a medical system that has been systematically organized based on the reactions of the human body. At present, in Western, herbal medicines means the whole herbal product. It is being called Kampo medicine as a medicinal drug in Japan. Since 2012, the "National Health Insurance Drug Price Standards Related to Dental Treatment" published by the Japan Dental Association have included seven Kampo formulations. In 2015, the Japan Dental Association sent a "Kampo Education Plan for Dentistry" to all dental universities in Japan...
November 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30302137/structural-features-processing-mechanism-and-gene-splice-variants-of-dentin-sialophosphoprotein
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Yasuo Yamakoshi, James P Simmer
Dentin sialophosphoprotein (DSPP) plays an important role in the formation of dentin. Understanding its structure and function would provide important insights into the regulation of dentin mineralization. For the past 15 years, we have been studying DSPP-derived proteins isolated from pig dentin. Porcine DSPP is synthesized and secreted by odontoblasts and processed into three proteins, i.e., dentin sialoprotein (DSP), dentin glycoprotein (DGP), and dentin phosphoprotein (DPP), by bone morphogenetic protein 1 and matrix metalloproteinase-20 and -2...
November 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30302136/association-of-feeding-behavior-with-jaw-bone-metabolism-and-tongue-pressure
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Yuko Fujita, Kenshi Maki
In recent decades, the eating habits of children and adolescents have undergone many changes due to the diversification of lifestyles worldwide. Reduced masticatory function in growing animals results in changes in the mandible, including a decrease in bone mass. However, the influence of different eating behaviors on jaw bone metabolism (e.g., the palatal palate) during the growth period is not fully understood. In addition, recent clinical studies reported that masticatory performance is positively related to tongue pressure in adults, but no consensus has been reached regarding whether tongue pressure is related to masticatory performance in children...
November 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30302135/mastication-as-a-tool-to-prevent-cognitive-dysfunctions
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Gayathri Krishnamoorthy, Aparna I Narayana, Dhanasekar Balkrishanan
Mastication as we all know has always been related to its primary function of digestion, but little do we know that it produces an enhancing effect on general health, especially the cognitive performance related aspects of memory. Recent studies have shown its association with activation of various brain regions, however little is known about its effects on neuronal activity in these specified regions. According to the enormous evidences collected so far, mastication has proved to be effective in conducting huge amount of sensory information to the brain, and maintaining learning and memory functions of hippocampus...
November 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30302134/effects-of-blue-light-irradiation-during-dental-treatment
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Fumihiko Yoshino, Ayaka Yoshida
In dentistry, blue light is widely used for tooth bleaching and restoration procedures involving composite resin. In addition, many dentists use magnification loupes to enable them to provide more accurate dental treatment. Therefore, the use of light is indispensable in dental treatment. However, light can cause various toxicities, and thermal injuries caused by light irradiation are regarded as particularly important. In recent years, the eye damage and non-thermal injuries caused by blue light, the so-called "blue light hazard", have gained attention...
November 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30302133/treatment-and-evaluation-of-dysphagia-rehabilitation-especially-on-suprahyoid-muscles-as-jaw-opening-muscles
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Koji Hara, Haruka Tohara, Shunsuke Minakuchi
In our aging society, the number of patients with dysphagia, which is associated with disease and aging, is rapidly increasing. The swallowing reflex is a complex process that involves coordinated contractions of swallowing muscles. Many researchers have reported that age-related changes, such as frailty and sarcopenia, affect swallowing muscles and contribute to the decline in the swallowing function. Thus, simple, non-invasive evaluation methods and exercises for swallowing muscles in elderly patients with dysphagia are important...
November 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30128061/application-of-computer-assisted-navigation-systems-in-oral-and-maxillofacial-surgery
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Shintaro Sukegawa, Takahiro Kanno, Yoshihiko Furuki
The oral and maxillofacial region has a complicated anatomy with critical contiguous organs, including the brain, eyes, vital teeth, and complex networks of nerves and blood vessels. Therefore, advances in basic scientific research within the field of intraoperative oral and maxillofacial surgery have enabled the introduction of the features of these techniques into routine clinical practice to ensure safe and reliable surgery. A navigation system provides a useful guide for safer and more accurate complex in oral and maxillofacial surgery...
August 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30128060/overview-of-innovative-advances-in-bioresorbable-plate-systems-for-oral-and-maxillofacial-surgery
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Takahiro Kanno, Shintaro Sukegawa, Yoshihiko Furuki, Yoshiki Nariai, Joji Sekine
Maxillofacial osteosynthetic surgeries require stable fixation for uneventful boney healing and optimal remodeling. Although conventional titanium plates and screws for osteofixation are considered the gold standard for rigid fixation in maxillofacial surgeries, bioresorbable implants of plates and screw systems are commonly used for various maxillofacial osteosynthetic surgeries such as orthognathic surgery, maxillofacial fractures, and reconstructive surgery. Titanium plates are limited by their palpability, mutagenic effects, and interference with imaging, which may lead to the need for subsequent removal; the use of a biologically resorbable osteofixation system could potentially address these limitations...
August 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30128059/uncovering-the-neural-circuitry-involved-in-the-stress-attenuation-effects-of-chewing
#16
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Kenichi Sasaguri, Kentaro Yamada, Toshiharu Yamamoto
Previous animal studies have indicated that coupling restraint stress load with activation of the masticatory organs (chewing) causes a reduction in the systemic and central nervous system stress response. However, the brain mechanism underlying this effect is unknown. Therefore, in this review, we summarize the literature regarding brain regions involved in the attenuating effects of chewing and the systemic stress response attenuation effects induced by those brain regions. In addition, we also focusing on the amygdala, as the emotional control center, and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, as one of the outputs of the systemic response...
August 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30128058/the-roles-of-odontoblasts-in-dental-pulp-innate-immunity
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Hiromichi Yumoto, Kouji Hirao, Yuki Hosokawa, Hitomi Kuramoto, Daisuke Takegawa, Tadashi Nakanishi, Takashi Matsuo
Odontoblasts located in the outermost layer of dental pulp form a natural barrier between mineralized tissues, dentin, and soft tissues, dental pulp, of the vital tooth, and they first recognize caries-related pathogens and sense external irritations. Therefore, odontoblasts possess a specialized innate immune system to fight oral pathogens invading into dentin. Generally, the rapid initial sensing of microbial pathogens, especially pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMPs) shared by microorganisms, are mediated by pattern recognition receptors (PRRs), such as Toll-like receptor and the nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain (NOD)...
August 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/29755619/molecularly-targeted-therapy-for-the-oral-cancer-stem-cells
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Yuichi Ohnishi, Hiroki Yasui, Masami Nozaki, Masahiro Nakajima
Human cancer tissues are heterogeneous in nature and become differentiated during expansion of cancer stem cells (CSCs). CSCs initiate tumorigenesis, and are involved in tumor recurrence and metastasis. Furthermore, data show that CSCs are highly resistant to anticancer drugs. Cetuximab, a specific anti-epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) monoclonal antibody, is used in cancer treatment. Although development of resistance to cetuximab is well recognized, the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Lapatinib, a dual inhibitor of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)/ErbB2, has antiproliferative effects and is used to treat patients with ErbB2-positive metastatic breast cancer...
May 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/29755618/wear-of-resin-composites-current-insights-into-underlying-mechanisms-evaluation-methods-and-influential-factors
#19
REVIEW
Akimasa Tsujimoto, Wayne W Barkmeier, Nicholas G Fischer, Kie Nojiri, Yuko Nagura, Toshiki Takamizawa, Mark A Latta, Masashi Miazaki
The application of resin composites in dentistry has become increasingly widespread due to the increased aesthetic demands of patients, improvements in the formulation of resin composites, and the ability of these materials to bond to tooth structures, together with concerns about dental amalgam fillings. As resistance to wear is an important factor in determining the clinical success of resin composite restoratives, this review article defines what constitutes wear and describes the major underlying phenomena involved in this process...
May 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
https://read.qxmd.com/read/29755617/regulation-of-defensive-function-on-gingival-epithelial-cells-can-prevent-periodontal-disease
#20
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Tsuyoshi Fujita, Tetsuya Yoshimoto, Mikihito Kajiya, Kazuhisa Ouhara, Shinji Matsuda, Tasuku Takemura, Keiichi Akutagawa, Katsuhiro Takeda, Noriyoshi Mizuno, Hidemi Kurihara
Periodontal disease is a bacterial biofilm-associated inflammatory disease that has been implicated in many systemic diseases. A new preventive method for periodontal disease needs to be developed in order to promote the health of the elderly in a super-aged society. The gingival epithelium plays an important role as a mechanical barrier against bacterial invasion and a part of the innate immune response to infectious inflammation in periodontal tissue. The disorganization of cell-cell interactions and subsequent inflammation contribute to the initiation of periodontal disease...
May 2018: Japanese Dental Science Review
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