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  1. Antifungal prescribing pattern and attitude towards the treatment of oral candidiasis among dentists in Jordan.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):216 (2015) PMID 26148537

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the attitude of Jordanian dentists towards the treatment of oral candidiasis and their current antifungal prescribing habits, shedding more light on the possible influence of their socio-professional factors on the pattern of prescribing and practice. A stru...
  2. Dental treatment needs and health care-seeking behaviours of patients with acute odontogenic infections in Lithuania.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):188 (2015) PMID 25980821

    To assess patients with acute odontogenic maxillofacial infections (AOMIs), regarding their functional dentition and dental treatment needs, and identify factors explaining these outcomes. During a 1-year period, 160 patients with AOMIs were treated at the specialised dental care centre of Vilni...
  3. Improving oral hygiene skills among children undergoing treatment at the haemato-oncology department - an interventional programme.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):211 (2015) PMID 26032332

    The aim of this interventional programme was to educate children undergoing treatment at the haemato-oncology department in how to improve their oral hygiene skills. Children (and their parents) treated at the haemato-oncology department for haematological malignancies and disorders were educate...
  4. Development and validation of a self-reported periodontal disease measure among Jordanians.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):203 (2015) PMID 26041308

    The development of self-reported measures of periodontal disease would be of great benefit to facilitate epidemiological studies of periodontal disease on a larger scale, and to allow for surveillance of the periodontal condition of populations over time. To develop a culturally adapted self-rep...
  5. Assessment of dynamic smile and gingival contour in young Chinese people.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):182 (2015) PMID 26173652

    This study aimed to classify the dynamic smile and to quantify the gingival line (GL), as well as apico-coronal displacement of the gingival zenith (GZ), in the maxillary anterior dentition in a young Chinese population. Two-hundred young Chinese subjects (100 men and 100 women; 20-35 years of a...
  6. Association and comparison between visual inspection and bitewing radiography for the detection of recurrent dental caries under restorations.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):178 (2015) PMID 26032493

    The aim of the present study was to investigate, in posterior teeth, the association between the characteristics of the margins of a restoration visually inspected and the presence, under restorations, of recurrent or residual dental caries detected by radiographic examination. Furthermore, the ...
  7. Decision making in third molar surgery: a survey of Brazilian oral and maxillofacial surgeons.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):169 (2015) PMID 25879578

    This study was designed to evaluate the variations in decision making among Brazilian oral and maxillofacial surgeons (OMFS) and trainees in relation to third molar surgery. A survey on 18 diverse clinical situations related to the assessment and treatment of the third molar surgeries was conduc...
  8. An assessment of preventive care offered to orthodontic patients by oral health therapists in NSW Australia.

    International Dental Journal 65(4):196 (2015) PMID 25931011

    The aim of this study was to record preventive oral health care planned by dental therapists and oral health therapists (therapists) for patients with poor oral hygiene undergoing orthodontic treatment. A cross-sectional survey, using a clinical vignette of a patient with poor oral hygiene under...
  9. Implementation of evidence-based dentistry into practice: analysis of awareness, perceptions and attitudes of dentists in the World Dental Federation-European Regional Organization zone.

    International Dental Journal 65(3):127 (2015) PMID 25753139

    Based on evidence-based dentistry (EBD) being a relatively new concept in dentistry, the attitudes, perceptions and level of awareness of dentists regarding EBD, and perceived barriers to its implementation into daily practice, were comparatively analysed in six countries of the FDI (World Denta...
  10. Life course models for upper aero-digestive tract cancer.

    International Dental Journal 65(3):111 (2015) PMID 25939378

    Upper aero-digestive tract (UADT) cancers are collectively cancers of various human body sites, such as the oral cavity, pharynx, oesophagus and larynx. Worldwide, they are the fourth most frequent cancer type and the fourth most common cause of mortality from cancer. Many studies have shown tha...