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The pattern of mandibular movement during chewing is influenced by several central and peripheral factors. The aim of the present study was to determine whether changes in masticatory function, characterized by mandibular velocity and displacement, occurred during individuals' normal growth....
During the last 3 decades, large resources have been allocated through the organized dental care system for the improvement of dental health among children and teenagers in Sweden. The aim of this study was to describe attitudes related to dental health and dental care among 20 to 25-year-old...
In the oldest elderly, an increase in the number of remaining teeth may increase oral infection foci. The aim of this follow-up study was to examine the radiologically detected oral health condition of a group of home-living elderly in Helsinki at 5-year intervals. The population of this study...
Malassez epithelium has been designated as epithelial cell rests, the biological significance of which is still under debate. This study was designed to analyze Malassez epithelium for the presence of neuroendocrine cells. Gingival tissue was included as a positive control. Using...
We studied whether perioral and dental sensitivity to mechanical stimulation is changed in subjects with awareness of bruxism. Tactile detection threshold in the vermilion border of the lower lip and in the upper incisor was determined using calibrated monofilaments (von Frey hairs) and spatial...
The ages of 6,761 restorations replaced in permanent teeth, 6,088 in adults ≥19 years of age and 673 in adolescents ≤18 years, were available for analyses. The results showed that the median age of amalgam restorations in adults was 11 years and that of resin-based composite restorations 8...
In 1998-99 two parallel questionnaire studies were performed in Denmark and Sweden. In Denmark the age group was 45-69 years and in Sweden 55-79 years. One aim was to study the influence of socioeconomic and attitudinal factors on dental status in the two countries. For the comparable age groups...
This study aimed at mapping the preparation techniques and restorative materials that Swedish dentists are using for primary approximal and occlusal carious lesions. It involved sending a pre-coded questionnaire to a random sample of 923 dentists, with eight items concerning approximal and...
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