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Extraction Clinical Trials

A listing of Extraction medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (44) clinical trials

A Comparison of Two Socket Sealing Collagen Matrices for Extraction Socket Management

A prospective, randomized, multi-center, controlled clinical study of intact extractions (bony dehiscences <1/3 socket apico-coronal and mesial-distal dimension) with delayed implant placement. Study objective: to compare extraction socket management effectiveness and office economics of a frequently used wound dressing (control) with a soft tissue augmentation matrix (test) in 32-64 subjects ...

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Effectiveness of Active and Passive Distraction Techniques on Reducing Fear and Anxiety and Improving Oral Health Knowledge of Children Undergoing Extraction in the Dental Operatory- A Randomized Controlled Trial

Dentists are expected to identify and effectively treat childhood dental diseases that are within the knowledge and skills acquired during their dental education. As every child is different, safe and effective treatment of oral diseases often requires modifying the child's behavior. Behavior guidance involves interaction of the dentist and dental ...

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Bridge Occlusion Balloon in Lead Extraction Procedure

This study will evaluate the use of an occlusion balloon (Bridge™ Occlusion Balloon, Spectranetics) within the Superior Vena Cava in lead extraction patients. This will be performed in a non-emergent setting to allow for evaluation of how best to integrate this new technology into the investigators clinical practice. The study ...

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Effects of Different Exercise Training Dose on Exercise Performance and Noninvasively Estimated Muscle Oxygen Extraction in Diabetic Postmenopausal Women

The purpose of this study is specifically to investigate (1) the exercising muscle oxygenation response in diabetic postmenopausal women; (2) the dose-response of different physical activity interventions on skeletal muscle oxygenation response; (3) the related mechanisms of training effects.

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Alveolar Ridge Preservation With Polycaprolactone Scaffold for Implant Site Development

It has been shown through research that alveolar ridges (Part of jaw bone holding teeth) tend to lose width and height after extraction of teeth. Lost in height and width of the ridge can cause problems in the restoration of missing teeth with bridges and implants. Hence, this study is ...

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Ridge Preservation With Moldable Beta-tricalcium Phosphate Bone Substitute on Non-containable Non-Molar Extraction Sites

Purpose of the single arm study is to clinically and histologically evaluate alloplastic in-situ hardening, moldable beta-tricalcium phosphate(TCP) bone graft material and polylactide membrane in alveolar ridge preservation following extraction of non-molar teeth with non-containable extraction sockets.

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Evaluation of Anesthetic Efficacy in Extraction on Mandibular Molars

Anamnesis and clinical diagnosis of patients, with indication of extraction, will be performed by the Emergency Department of the School of Dentistry of the University of So Paulo (SDUSP). Of these, 80 patients with mandibular molar teeth extraction, with and without apparent apical lesion radiographically identified in the initial imaging ...

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Effect of High-dose Naloxone Following Third Molar Extraction

Naloxone is a combined mu-opioid-receptor (MOR) inverse agonist and antagonist drug, which dose-dependently demonstrates hypoalgesic and hyperalgesic properties. Systemically administrated naloxone (3.0-10.0 mg/kg) and naltrexone (0.3-3.0 mg/kg) have been used in rodents to study the role of endogenous opioids on central processing of pain. It has been hypothesized that the ...

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Bilateral Synchronous Simultaneous Stone Surgery

Advancements in technology and endourological armamentarium provides multiple surgical options for complicated stone patients. To avoid multiple operations and shorten the total operation durations, bilateral synchronous simultaneous stone surgery (BSSSS) has been popularized in recent years. Our aim is to evaluate the preliminary outcomes of BSSSS in patients undergoing supine ...

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