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2019 Articles

 
Hospital inpatient admissions for nontraumatic dental conditions among Florida adults, 2006 through 2016 (June 2019 Article 1)
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JADA June 2019

Background. In this study, the authors analyzed patterns, trends, and correlates of hospital inpatient admissions for nontraumatic dental conditions (NTDCs) in Florida for the calendar years 2006 through 2016.

Key Words. Hospitalization; inpatients; caries; periapical diseases; periodontal diseases; dental pulp diseases; Florida; hospital charges; emergency service; hospital.

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Choice of cement for single-unit crowns: findings from The National Dental Practice-Based Research Network (June 2019 Article 2)
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JADA June 2019

Background. In this article, the authors present clinical factors associated with the type of cement practitioners use for restoration of single-unit crowns.

Key Words. Resin cements; glass ionomer cements; dental bonding; restorative dentistry; fixed prosthetics; crowns.

Association between a child’s caries experience and the mother’s perception of her child’s oral health status (June 2019 Article 3)
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JADA June 2019

Background. Mothers play a primary role in the health of their children. This role may be of particular importance for children in Appalachia who have increased caries relative to children in other regions of the United States. The authors examined the degree to which a child’s caries experience was in concordance with the mother’s perception of the health of her child’s teeth, and how concordance varied by sociodemographic factors.

Key Words. Mother-child relationship; oral health; caries; Appalachia.

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JADA May 2019

Background: Few studies consider simultaneously the oral health implications of nontraditional tobacco products and tobacco-use patterns. The authors aimed to evaluate self-reported gingival disease among cigarette smokers and users of other types of tobacco products.

Key Words: Alternative tobacco products; polytobacco use; periodontal health; gingivitis.

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Carious lesion remineralizing potential of fluoride- and calcium-containing toothpastes (May 2019 Article 2)
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JADA May 2019

Background: The authors conducted a laboratory study to determine the carious lesion remineralization and fluoridation potential of fluoride (F)- and calcium-containing toothpastes.

Key Words: Carious lesion; remineralization; fluoride; calcium; laboratory testing; dentifrices; toothpastes.

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Controlled substance misuse risk assessment and prescription monitoring database use by dentists (May 2019 Article 3)
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JADA May 2019

Methods: The Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS) and the Partners Institutional Review Board approved this study, and we conducted it in collaboration with the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts. Involved faculty hold positions at Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, and Massachusetts General Hospital. Participants gave their consent to participate in the study by completing and returning the survey.

Key Words: Opioids; prescription drug monitoring program; Schedule II substances; substance misuse; substance abuse.

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Preventive oral health care use and oral health status among US children (April 2019 Article 1)
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JADA April 2019

Background:Research has identified significant gaps in preventive oral health care among certain subpopulations of US children. The authors of this study sought to estimate childrens preventive oral health care use and oral health and investigate associations with child, family, and health care characteristics

Key Words:Oral health care for children; dental health services; preventive dentistry; oral health; oral health care; primary health care; National Survey of Children s Health

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Opioid prescribing patterns after dental visits among beneficiaries of Medicaid in Washington state in 2014 and 2015 (April 2019 Article 2)
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JADA April 2019

Background: Dentists contribute to the prevailing opioid epidemic in the United States. Concerning the population enrolled in Medicaid, little is known about dentists opioid prescribing.

Key Words: Oral health care; Schedule II substances; opioids; prescription drug monitoring programs; public insurance.

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Dental visits and associated emergency department -- charges in the United States (April 2019 Article 3)
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JADA April 2019

Background: Use of hospital emergency department (ED) for dental care is on the rise. This study estimates the total ED dental visits and determines mean charges by the type of disease and other patient characteristics.

Key Words: Emergency room visits; dental visit cost; dental conditions or diagnosis; dental care use; sociodemographic factors.

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JADA March 2019

Background: The authors conducted a systematic review that addresses the following population,intervention, comparison, outcome question: “In adults requiring dental therapy with pulpally involved teeth, what is the comparative efficacy of buffered local anesthetics (LAs) compared with that of nonbuffered LAs in achieving anesthetic success?”.

Key Words: Buffering; sodium bicarbonate; alkalinization; adjusting pH; local anesthetic.

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