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    • Chlorhexidine substantivity on salivary flora and plaque-like biofilm: an in situ model 

      García-Caballero Pérez, Lucía; Quintas González, Víctor; Prada López, Isabel; Seoane Romero, Juan Manuel; Donos, Nikolaos; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (PLOS, 2013)
      Objective:To evaluate thein situantibacterial activity of a mouthrinse with 0.2% Chlorhexidine (M-0.2% CHX) onundisturbedde novoplaque-like biofilm (PL-biofilm) and on salivary flora up to 7 hours after its application.Methods:A ...
    • Detection of transient bacteraemia following dental extractions by 16S rDNA pyrosequencing: a pilot study 

      Benítez Páez, Alfonso; Álvarez Fernández, Maximiliano; Belda Ferre, Pedro; Rubido Montero, Susana; Mira, Alex; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (PLOS, 2013)
      Objective:The current manuscript aims to determine the prevalence, duration and bacterial diversity of bacteraemiafollowing dental extractions using conventional culture-dependent methods and 16S rDNA pyrosequencing.Methods:The ...
    • Temporomandibular disorders: the habitual chewing side syndrome 

      Santana Mora, Urbano Alejandro; López Cedrún, José Luis; Mora Bermúdez, María Jesús José; Otero Cepeda, Xosé Luis; Santana Penín, Urbano Antonio (PLOS, 2013)
      Background:Temporomandibular disorders are the most common cause of chronic orofacial pain, but, except where theyoccur subsequent to trauma, their cause remains unknown. This cross-sectional study assessed chewing function ...
    • Bone Loss at Implant with Titanium Abutments Coated by Soda Lime Glass Containing Silver Nanoparticles: A Histological Study in the Dog 

      Martínez Insúa, Arturo; Guitián Rivera, Francisco; López Píriz, Roberto; Bartolomé, José F.; Cabal, Belén; Esteban Tejeda, Leticia; Torrecillas, Ramón; Moya, José S. (PLOS, 2014)
      The aim of the present study was to evaluate bone loss at implants connected to abutments coated with a soda-lime glass containing silver nanoparticles, subjected to experimental peri-implantitis. Also the aging and erosion ...
    • The accuracy of estimating chronological age from Demirjian and Nolla methods in a Portuguese and Spanish sample 

      Tomás, Luís F.; Mónico, Lisete S. M.; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada; Varela Patiño, María Purificación; Martín Biedma, Benjamín José (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background Age determination has great importance in many clinical decisions, being commonly used in odontopediatrics, orthodontics, pediatrics, and forensic medicine. The Nolla and Demirjian et al. methods have been used ...
    • Orthodontic treatment for disabled children: a survey of parents’ attitudes and overall satisfaction 

      Abeleira Pazos, María Teresa; Pazos Currais, Elizabeth; Ramos Barbosa, María Isabel; Outumuro Rial, Mercedes; Limeres Posse, Jacobo; Seoane Romero, Juan Manuel; Diniz Freitas, Márcio; Diz Dios, Pedro (BioMed Central, 2014)
      Background Many patients with disability require orthodontic treatment (OT) to achieve adequate oral function and aesthetic appearance. The cooperation of disabled patients and of their parents is central to the success ...
    • Post-tooth extraction bacteraemia: a randomized clinical trial on the efficacy of chlorhexidine prophylaxis 

      Barbosa, Mario; Prada López, Isabel; Álvarez Fernández, Maximiliano; Amaral, Barbas; Casares de Cal, María Ángeles; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (PLOS, 2015)
      Objectives: To investigate the development of post-extraction bacteraemia (PEB) after the prophylactic use of chlorhexidine (CHX). Patients and Methods: A total of 201 patients who underwent a tooth extraction were ...
    • Performance of Three Multipurpose Disinfecting Solutions with a Silicone Hydrogel Contact Lens 

      García Porta, Nery; Rico del Viejo, Laura; Ferreira Neves, Helena; Peixoto de Matos, Sofía C.; Queirós, Antonio; González Méijome, José M. (Hindawi, 2015)
      Purpose. To evaluate the clinical performance of a silicone hydrogel (Si-Hy) soft contact lens (CL) in combination with three different multipurpose disinfecting solutions (MPDSs). Methods. This was a prospective, randomized, ...
    • Ex vivo vs. in vivo antibacterial activity of two antiseptics on oral biofilm 

      Prada López, Isabel; Quintas González, Víctor; Casares de Cal, María Ángeles; Suárez Quintanilla, Juan Antonio; Suárez Quintanilla, David; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (Frontiers Media, 2015)
      Aim: To compare the immediate antibacterial effect of two application methods (passive immersion and active mouthwash) of two antiseptic solutions on the in situ oral biofilm. Material and Methods: A randomized ...
    • Subgingival microbiota in health compared to periodontitis and the influence of smoking 

      Camelo Castillo, Anny J.; Mira, Alex; Pico Blanco, Alexandre; Nibali, Luigi; Henderson, Brian; Donos, Nikolaos; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (Frontiers Media, 2015)
      Background: Age determination has great importance in many clinical decisions, being commonly used in odontopediatrics, orthodontics, pediatrics, and forensic medicine. The Nolla and Demirjian et al. methods have been ...
    • Critical anatomic region of nasopalatine canal based on tridimensional analysis: cone beam computed tomography 

      Fernández Alonso, Ana; Suárez Quintanilla, Juan Antonio; Muinelo Lorenzo, Juan; Varela Mallou, Jesús; Smyth Chamosa, Ernesto; Suárez Cunqueiro, María Mercedes (Nature Publishing Group, 2015)
      The study aim of this was to define the critical anatomic region of the premaxilla by evaluating dimensions of nasopalatine canal, buccal bone plate (BBP) and palatal bone plate (PBP). 230 CBCTs were selected with both, ...
    • Antiplaque Effect of Essential Oils and 0.2% Chlorhexidine on an In Situ Model of Oral Biofilm Growth: A Randomised Clinical Trial 

      Quintas González, Víctor; Prada López, Isabel; Donos, Nikolaos; Suárez Quintanilla, David; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (PLOS, 2015)
      Objective To evaluate the in situ antiplaque effect after 4 days of using of 2 commercial antimicrobial agents in short term on undisturbed plaque-like biofilm. Trial Design and Participants An observer-masked, crossover ...
    • Carborane-based design of a potent vitamin D receptor agonist 

      Otero García, Rocío; Seoane Ruzo, Samuel; Sigueiro Ponte, Rita; Belorusova, Anna Y.; Maestro Saavedra, Miguel Anxo; Pérez Fernández, Román; Rochel, Natacha; Mouriño Mosquera, Antonio (Royal Society of Chemistry, 2015-10-27)
      The vitamin D nuclear receptor (VDR) is a potential target for cancer therapy. It is expressed in many tumors and its ligand shows anticancer actions. To combine these properties with the application of boron neutron capture ...
    • Instability Due to Drug-Induced Vestibulotoxicity 

      Sánchez Sellero, Inés; Soto Varela, Andrés (AVES, 2016)
      OBJECTIVE: The therapeutic use of ototoxic drugs is relatively common, particularly in patients with severe diseases. It is likely that disturbances of balance in these patients are underestimated by clinicians. MATERIALS ...
    • Devices for In situ Development of Non-disturbed Oral Biofilm. A Systematic Review 

      Prada López, Isabel; Quintas González, Víctor; Vilaboa, Carlos; Suárez Quintanilla, David; Tomás Carmona, Inmaculada (Frontiers Media, 2016-06-23)
      Objective: The aim of this review was to assess the types of devices used for in situ development of oral biofilm analyzed microbiologically. Materials and Methods: A systematic search of the literature was conducted ...
    • Cancer Salivary Biomarkers for Tumours Distant to the Oral Cavity 

      Rapado González, Óscar; Muinelo Romay, Laura; Majem, Blanca; López López, Rafael; Suárez Cunqueiro, María Mercedes (MDPI, 2016-08-08)
      The analysis of saliva as a diagnostic approach for systemic diseases was proposed just two decades ago, but recently great interest in the field has emerged because of its revolutionary potential as a liquid biopsy and ...
    • Patient safety under deep sedation for digestive endoscopic procedures 

      Álvarez Escudero, Julián; Cabadas Avión, Rafael; Matta, Manuel de la (Arán Ediciones, 2017)
      La sedación profunda con propofol se ha popularizado en los últimos años. La seguridad de esta técnica cuando se administra por no anestesiólogos, ha generado gran controversia que a veces se enmascara en un discutible ...
    • Análisis de la variación del comportamiento mecánico de la extremidad proximal del fémur mediante el método XFEM (eXtended Finite Element Method) 

      Marco, M.; Giner, E.; Larraínzar, R.; Caeiro Rey, José Ramón; Miguélez, H. (Sociedad Española de Investigaciones Óseas y Metabolismo Mineral, 2017)
      Introducción: El fémur humano ha sido ampliamente estudiado desde hace muchos años de manera experimental con análisis in vitro, y ahora, gracias a los avances de la informática, también se puede analizar de manera numérica. ...
    • Reassessment of fluctuating dental asymmetry in Down syndrome 

      Matabuena Rodríguez, Marcos; Diz Dios, Pedro; Cadarso Suárez, Carmen María; Diniz Freitas, Márcio; Outumuro Rial, Mercedes; Abeleira Pazos, María Teresa; Limeres Posse, Jacobo (Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
      Fluctuating dental asymmetry (FDA) is a tool to measure developmental stability that could be increased in gonosomal aneuploidies. The aim of this study was to quantify FDA in individuals with Down syndrome (DS). The study ...
    • Higher expression of Toll-like receptors 2 and 4 in blood cells of Keratoconus patiens 

      Sobrino Moreiras, Tomás; Regueiro Lorenzo, Uxía; Malfeito Jiménez, María de las Mercedes; Vieites Prado, Alba; Pérez Mato, María; Campos Pérez, Francisco; Lema Gesto, María Isabel (Nature Publishing Group, 2017)
      Inflammation may play a significant role in Keratoconus (KC), but the implication of immunity on this inflammatory response is unknown. Therefore, our aim was to determine the expression levels of Toll-like receptors 2 ...





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