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2007 53
2008 79
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The oral microbiome and human health.
Yamashita Y and Takeshita T. J Oral Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28637979 Free article.
An important finding of that study was that high bacterial richness in the salivary microbiota was significantly associated with poor oral health, as indicated by decayed teeth, periodontitis, and poor oral hygiene. ...These findings suggest that the salivary microbiota reflects oral and systemic conditions....
An important finding of that study was that high bacterial richness in the salivary microbiota was significantly associated with poor ora
New oral hygiene care regimen reduces postoperative oral bacteria count and number of days with elevated fever in ICU patients with esophageal cancer.
Mizuno H, et al. J Oral Sci 2018. PMID 30158338 Free article.
Using a controlled pre/post study design, we investigated the effects of professional mechanical cleaning of the oral cavity with benzethonium chloride, interdental brushes, and hydrogen peroxide on the number of oral bacteria and postoperative complications among esophageal cancer patients in an intensive care unit. ...As compared with routine oral hygiene, a new oral hygiene regimen comprising benzethonium chloride, interdental brushes, and hydrogen peroxide significantly reduced the number of oral bacteria and days with elevated fever in patients with esophageal cancer....
Using a controlled pre/post study design, we investigated the effects of professional mechanical cleaning of the oral cavity with ben …
The oral mucosal membrane and transient receptor potential channels.
Kido MA, et al. J Oral Sci 2017 - Review. PMID 28637977 Free article.
Oral sensation is served by somatosensory nervous systems distributed to the oral membrane. Recent studies reported that oral epithelial cells may transduce temperature and touch through membranous sensors, which comprise ion channels with multimodal properties, and nerves. Here, we describe the possible role of oral epithelial cells in oral perception....
Oral sensation is served by somatosensory nervous systems distributed to the oral membrane. Recent studies reported that or
Dental applications for silane coupling agents
Nihei T. J Oral Sci 2016 - Review. PMID 27349534 Free article.
(J Oral Sci 58, 151-155, 2016)....
(J Oral Sci 58, 151-155, 2016)....
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