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General medicine and surgery for dental practitioners. Part 1 - the older patient.
This paper is the start of a series on general medicine and surgery for dental practitioners. It follows on from a previous series, published in the British Dental Journal in 2003. The proportion of older people in the UK population has been on the increase for several years. Dental practitioners wh...
The dental patient who is "high:" ethical and scientific recommendations for the standard of care.
Patients sometimes appear for dental appointments after consuming alcohol or marijuana. There is presently no consensus standard of care in this area, and dentists vary in their responses to such patients. This paper includes interviews with practitioners and a review of the relevant biochemical and...
Dental health and management for children with congenital heart disease.
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is one of the most common developmental anomalies. Children with CHD are at increased risk of developing oral disease, and are at increased risk from the systemic effects of oral disease. Recent changes in guidelines related to prophylaxis against infective endocarditi...
Oral health care during pregnancy recommendations for oral health professionals.
Pregnancy is a unique time in a woman's life and is characterized by complex physiological changes. These changes can adversely affect oral health. Pregnancy is also an opportune time to educate women about preventing dental caries in young children, a common childhood problem. Although multiple stu...
Use of botulinum toxin in dentistry.
A growing number of dentists are providing botulinum toxin to patients. The research presented here outlines potential uses of Botox related to oral health and facial problems as compared to traditional treatment methods. The administration of Botox (historically done by dermatologists and neurologi...
Drug interactions in dentistry.
An increasing number of our patients are on medication of various types. This increase in prescribed medicines also raises the significant issue of potential drug interactions between those drugs used in dental practice and those taken by the patient. This article addresses those interactions and, w...
The sale or supply of medicines by dentists.
The Medicines Act 1968 governs who can supply medicines in the U.K. The Act allows dentists to issue any medicine directly to a patient. However, this only applies if patients are receiving private treatment. The current NHS terms of service do not allow dentists to supply any medicines, other than...
Oral health care for the pregnant patient.
Pregnancy is a unique time in a woman"s life, accompanied by a variety of physiologic, anatomic and hormonal changes that can affect how oral health care is provided. However, these patients are not medically compromised and should not be denied dental treatment simply because they are pregnant. Thi...
[Application of thyme extract in the prescription of dental gels produced on Carbopol base].
Active components of glycol extract from thyme manifest anti-inflammatory and astringent properties which may be also used in dentistry. The assumption of this study was to work out a prescription of dental anti-inflammatory hydrogel containing nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug and glycol extract...
[Dry plant extracts in the prescription of dental hydrogels with Carbopol 971P].
The study assumption was to work out a prescription for dental anti-inflammatory hydrogel on Carbopol 971P base. Dry plant extracts (sage, horsetail) and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (sodium ibuprofen) were introduced into the prescription of a model hydrogel. The aim of the study was to esti...