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Journal of Dentistry

Print ISSN
0300-5712
Electronic ISSN
1879-176X
Impact factor
2.115
Publisher
Sciencedirect
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03005712
Usage rank
2534
Article count
2933
Free count
4
Free percentage
0.00136379
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  1. Randomised in situ trial on the effect of milk and CPP-ACP on dental erosion.

    Journal of Dentistry 42(9):1210 (2014) PMID 25038509

    This randomised in situ study aimed to analyse the effect of milk (with or without 5ppm F) and CPP-ACP pastes (with or without 900ppm F) on dental erosion. The study was a seven phase (5 days each) crossover design involving 15 participants wearing intraoral appliances with enamel and dentine specim...
  2. Does dental disease presence equate to treatment need among care home residents?

    Journal of Dentistry 42(8):929 (2014) PMID 24887362

    This study aimed to explore the relationship between dental disease, complexity and dental treatment needs of care home residents. Survey of residents in care homes in Wales. Random sample of participants from a random selection of care homes across Wales, UK. Data collection involved questionnaires...
  3. Parental age as a risk factor for non-syndromic oral clefts: a meta-analysis.

    Journal of Dentistry 40(1):3 (2012) PMID 22019990

    A meta-analysis was conducted to assess the relationship between parental age and the occurrence of non-syndromic oral clefts. The questions addressed if younger or older mothers and fathers have an increased risk of having a child with non-syndromic oral clefts.
  4. Effect of proanthocyanidin incorporation into dental adhesive resin on resin-dentine bond strength.

    Journal of Dentistry 40(3):173 (2012) PMID 22155037

    No significant difference in bond strength was found amongst PA-free, 1% and 2% PA adhesives. However, incorporation of 3% PA into the adhesive significantly lowered bond strength as demonstrated by a greater number of adhesive failures and more extensive nanoleakage along the bonded interface. CONC...
  5. Effect of different crown contours on periodontal health in dogs. Clinical results.

    Journal of Dentistry 31(6):407 (2003) PMID 12878023

    Within the limits of this study it can be concluded that over-contoured subgingival crowns seem to affect clinical periodontal health only slightly in dogs over 5 months when an intensive oral hygiene regimen is executed....
  6. Maximising the fracture resistance of dentine-bonded all-ceramic crowns.

    Journal of Dentistry 27(3):169 (1999) PMID 10079622

    Results of previous studies have indicated that the use of different ceramic materials and differing bonding/luting systems may affect resistance to fracture of teeth restored with dentine-bonded crowns. It is the purpose of this investigation to examine in vitro fracture resistance of dentine-bonde...
  7. Comparison of the bond compatibility of titanium and an NiCr alloy to dental porcelain.

    Journal of Dentistry 27(3):215 (1999) PMID 10079628

    It was concluded that the bond compatibility between titanium and porcelain was comparable with the NiCr-porcelain system....
  8. Long-term surface micro-hardness of resin-modified glass ionomers.

    Journal of Dentistry 26(8):707 (1998) PMID 9793294

    The post-hardening reaction overcame the plasticising effect of water when RMGICs were stored in distilled water. However, progressive and high water uptake of specimens stored in artificial saliva resulted in a decrease in their surface hardness....
  9. The analysis of restoration survival data in split-mouth designs.

    Journal of Dentistry 26(4):293 (1998) PMID 9611933

    The dependency between restorations within a patient needs to be taken into account. Logistic regression with a random component may be a valuable alternative to very advanced statistical survival modelling when restricting the research question to replacement within a certain time interval is not a...
  10. The electrical resistance of enamel-dentine cylinders. Influence of NaCl content in storage solutions.

    Journal of Dentistry 26(2):113 (1998) PMID 9540307

    The mean resistance values were 2026 +/- 152, 1835 +/- 178, 1605 +/- 364, 483 +/- 265 and 60 +/- 33 k omega, respectively. All values were statistically significantly different (Wilcoxon test; P < 0.0001). CONCLUSION: It is concluded that the choice of electrolyte solution influences the resistance...