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Periodontitis Clinical Trials

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Found (27) clinical trials

Increase of Peri-implant Soft Tissues With Screw or Membrane

The presence of soft tissue over the implants plays an important role both in bone preservation and in enhancing aesthetic conditions. The importance of good quality and amount of soft tissues was indicated by colleagues in 1994: the soft tissue enhancement technique involved inserting, at the site of the implant, ...

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Protozoans in Biofilm From Patients With Periodontitis

The buccal cavity is colonized by numerous microorganisms whose the number and composition could be modified with medical background (diseases and drugs) and the level of oral hygiene of the patients. Among all microorganisms identified in the periodontium, few of them are implicated in the etiopathogenesis of periodontal pathologies. To ...

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SCREENING OF EPIGENETIC BIOMARKERS (miRNAs) IN THE GINGIVAL SULCUS

Epigenetics has produced a high impact in biomedical research and is providing new biomarkers for the diagnosis and prognosis of diseases. In addition, epigenetics is also contributing to analyze the molecular causes underlying diseases, even so periodontal diseases as it has been recently reviewed. In this regard, changes in the ...

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Association of Endodontic Infection With Cardiovascular Disease.

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the primary non-communicable cause of global mortality killing more than 7 million people per year. Chronic inflammation plays a crucial role in the genesis of atherosclerosis which further leads to cardiovascular disease. Apical periodontitis is "an acute or chronic inflammatory lesion around the apex of a ...

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Periodontal Impact of Eating Disorders (the PERIOED Study)

Eating disorders have been associated with poor oral health. However, the relationship between eating disorders and periodontal diseases is less-established. Participants will be periodontally assessed using a full-mouth clinical evaluation.

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Evaluation of the Intra- and Post- Operative Bleeding After Periodontal Debridement in Direct Anticoagulant Patients

Many protocols of drug suspension for surgical procedure has been designed, since the introduction of anticoagulant or antiplatelet medications. Nowadays it is not certain if suspension could give more costs than benefits for the clinical procedure itself. With the recent development of the Direct Oral Anticoagulant it is still unclear ...

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Subgingival Microbiome Following Mechanical Treatment and it's Effect on Peri-implant Sub-mucosa in Aggressive Periodontitis Patients

The investigators planed to observe the microbiome of an aggressive periodontitis patient, during mechanical treatment, surgery(if indicated) and implant placement. The investigators designed to observe the changes after mechanical treatment.Then, the investigators will compare the sub-mucosa microbiome of implant and the subgingival community. The investigators expected a different community after ...

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Effect of Cyclic Tensional Force on Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Periodontal Ligament Stem Cells

This study is to investigate the effect of the cyclic mechanical strain on the osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells. Mesenchymal stem cells will be cultured from the periodontal ligament tissue of the premolars extracted due to orthodontic reason.

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Effects of Periodontal Pathogens Porphyromonas Gingivalis and Tannerella Forsythensis on Cytokine Production From Human Monocyte-Derived Dendritic Cells

Periodontitis develops due to subgingival infection with specific microbial pathogen from dental plaque. The bacteria can activate immunoinflammatory mechanisms within the local periodontal tissues that lead to destruction of collagen and alveolar bone. Bacterial antigens can release from the supra and subgingival dental plaque on the tooth surface as well ...

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Oral Bacteria and Immune System Problems Involved in Gum Disease (Periodontitis)

This protocol is a cross sectional study designed to investigate the clinical, microbiologic, and immunologic consequences of immune dysfunction (particularly dysfunction due to primary immune defects) in the oral cavity. The hypothesis is that systemic immune dysfunction, attributed to monogenic immune defects in most of our populations of interest, will ...

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