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Dental caries among adolescents. Implications for planning oral health services in India and Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2006-12-08)
Postoperative komplikasjoner etter fjerning av visdomstenner i underkjeven ved Klinikk for oral kirurgi og oral medisin ved det Odontologiske fakultet ved Universitetet i Bergen
(The University of Bergen, 2008-11-13)
Formålet med studien var å undersøke hvilke forhold som kan øke faren for at komplikasjoner inntreffer etter kirurgisk fjerning av visdomstenner i underkjeven. Det er en retrospektiv studie av 102 kirurgisk ekstirperte ...
Strålefare hos tannlegen, frem til idag
(The University of Bergen, 2010-01-28)
Based on the literature we have surveyed, and correspondence with key individuals in the scientific community, it is possible to draw some conclusions. Use of dental X-rays have minimal harmful effect when the current ...
Electron microscopy of induced heterotopic bone formation in guinea pigs
(Pergamon Press, 1977)
A high yield of osteoid and some mineralized bone was induced in the abdominal muscles following implantation of allogenic demineralised and lyophilized dentine. The following types of cells and reactions were found: A. ...
Tannutviklingsforstyrrelser i det permanente tannsett som følge av kjemoterapi og strålebehandling
(The University of Bergen, 2009-04-27)
Flere potensielt dødelige sykdommer og syndromer kan behandles med kjemoterapi og strålebehandling. Etter hvert som behandlingsopplegget for disse pasientene blir bedre øker også langtidsoverlevelsen og dermed også grunnlaget ...
Antibiotic resistance in oral microbiota : a study on prevalence, molecular analysis, and possible contributing factors in Yemen and Norway
(The University of Bergen, 2007-11-02)
Worldwide antibiotic resistance among oral microbiota is an increasing problem and information regarding such resistance is completely lacking for Yemen and very limited data is available for Norway. The aims of the ...
Electronmicroscopic study of mineralization in induced heterotopic bone formation in guinea pigs
Mineralization of heterotopic bone was studied in a bone induction model using allogenic demineralization dentin implanted in the abdominal wall of guinea pigs. There was a high yield of newly formed osteoid and bone as ...
Prevalence and correlates of self-reported state of teeth among schoolchildren in Kerala, India
(BioMed Central, 2006-07-03)
Background: Oral health status in India is traditionally evaluated using clinical indices. There is growing interest to know how subjective measures relate to outcomes of oral health. The aims of the study were to assess ...
Enzyme histochemical studies of induced heterotopic cartilage and bone formation in guinea pigs with special references to acid phosphatise. A light and enzyme electron microscopic study
Heterotopic bone and cartilage formation was studied in a bone induction model in abdominal muscles of guinea pigs using demineralized allogenic dentin as inductive material. The light microscopical study showed high ...
Aspects of Dental Caries in Sudanese Schoolchildren
(The University of Bergen, 2011-01-26)
Background: Effective delivery of dental services must be based on reliable information about the level of disease and treatment need in the target population. Evaluation of the relative impact of various factors known ...