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Pia-Merete Jervøe-Storm
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July 1989 - present
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Objectives Previous investigations have shown a progressive bacterial colonization of the internal cavities of two-piece dental implants with possible implications for peri-implant bone loss. The aim of the study was to compare different irrigation protocols for the internal decontamination of implants in-vitro and in-vivo. Materials and Methods I...
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Objectives: Previous investigations have shown a progressive bacterial colonization of the internal cavities of two-piece dental implants with possible implications for peri-implant bone loss. The aim of the study was to compare different irrigation protocols for the internal decontamination of implants in-vitro and in-vivo. Materials and methods:...
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Aim: This randomized controlled cross-over-design-study investigated short-term effects on oral malodour of a zinc-lactate-containing mouthwash. Materials and methods: Sixteen subjects (18-65 years) with an organoleptic score (OLS) ≥2 were included. Following rinses were used: (A) a zinc-lactate-containing mouthwash (10 ml/30 s); (B) a zinc-lact...
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Die nichtchirurgische kausale Parodontitistherapie richtet sich v. a. gegen parodontopathogene Mikroorganismen. Dabei ist die Compliance des Patienten wesentlich. In leicht- bis mittelgradigen Fällen von Parodontitis sind mit der subgingivalen Instrumentierung erfolgreiche und stabile Ergebnisse zu erreichen. Wichtigste klinische Erfolgskriterien f...
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Background: Adherence to oral hygiene is an important aspect of the treatment of periodontal disease. Traditional educational interventions have been shown to be of little value in achieving long term behaviour change. Objectives: The aim of this review was to determine the impact of interventions aimed to increase adherence to oral hygiene inst...
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This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows: The objective of this review is to determine the impact of psychological interventions aimed at improving adherence to oral hygiene instruction in adults with periodontal diseases (including gingivitis and periodontitis). © 2016 The Cochrane Collaboration. Pu...
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This study aims to compare the clinical outcomes of a combination of enamel matrix derivatives (EMD) and a synthetic bone graft (biphasic calcium phosphate) with EMD alone in wide and deep one- and two-wall intrabony defects 36 months after treatment. Thirty patients with chronic periodontitis and one wide (≥ 2 mm) and deep (≥ 4 mm) intrabony defec...
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This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows: To assess the clinical and microbiological effects of antimicrobial photodynamic therapy as an adjunctive to subgingival scaling and root planing compared with subgingival scaling and root planing alone, or with subgingival scaling and root planing in combina...
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Background: Periodontitis is chronic inflammation that causes damage to the soft tissues and bones supporting the teeth. Mild to moderate periodontitis affects up to 50% of adults. Conventional treatment is quadrant scaling and root planing. In an attempt to enhance treatment outcomes, alternative protocols for anti-infective periodontal therapy h...
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Objectives: The aim of the present longitudinal study was to investigate bacterial colonization of the internal implant cavity and to evaluate a possible association with peri-implant bone loss. Methods: A total of 264 paper point samples were harvested from the intra-implant cavity of 66 implants in 26 patients immediately following implant ins...
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The concept of platform switching has been introduced to implant dentistry based on clinical observations of reduced peri-implant crestal bone loss. However, published data are controversial, and most studies are limited to 12 months. The aim of the present randomized clinical trial was to test the hypothesis that platform switching has a positive...
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The present study compares the diagnostic value of periodontal bone defect images using conventional two-dimensional single-tooth radiographs and three-dimensional cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) images. Classified periodontal bone defects were prepared on pig mandibles and presented radiographically. Fifteen dentists were instructed to make a...
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To assess clinical and microbiological outcomes of an Er:YAG laser in comparison with sonic debridement in the treatment of persistent periodontal pockets in a prospective randomized controlled multicentre study design. A total of 78 patients in supportive periodontal therapy with two residual pockets were included, 58 were available for the whole...
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Comparison of the clinical and radiographic outcomes of a combination of enamel matrix derivatives (EMD) and a synthetic bone graft (EMD/SBG) with EMD alone in wide (≥2 mm) and deep (≥4 mm) one- and two- wall intra-bony defects 12 months after treatment. Seventy-three patients with chronic periodontitis and one wide (≥2 mm) and deep (≥4 mm) intra-b...
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The temporal pattern of bone-level alterations in conventionally restored implants is dependent upon healing mode (open or submerged). This study examined the influence of healing on marginal bone levels at implants with a medium-rough surface including the implant collar and a clearance-fit implant-abutment connection restored according to a platf...
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Der Begriff der „antiinfektiösen Therapie“ hat sich in den letzten Jahren in der Parodontologie als Synonym für die nichtchirurgische Parodontitistherapie immer stärker etabliert und unterstreicht dabei den Gedanken, dass es sich bei der ursachengerichteten Behandlung der Parodontitis um die Bekämpfung einer multibakteriellen Infektion handelt. Kon...
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Im Rahmen der chirurgischen Parodontaltherapie werden verschiedene Behandlungsmodalitäten eingesetzt, um eine parodontale Regeneration zu unterstützen. Angestrebt wird der Wiederaufbau von Alveolarknochen, Wurzelzement und eines funktionellen Desmodonts. Dabei sollen die apikale Proliferation von Epithel verhindert und die Stabilisierung des initia...
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This in vitro study assessed the visualization quality of the periodontal ligament space in cone-beam computerized tomography (CBCT) compared with intraoral radiographs (CR). A phantom mimicking variable periodontal ligament spaces (0-0.42 mm) was radiographed using CBCT and CR. Fifteen datasets of each modality were randomly mixed and presented tw...
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NOD proteins are part of innate immunity mechanisms. They play a role in epithelial barrier functions and inflammatory responses to bacteria. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the NOD1 gene have proven to be associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and asthma. To investigate SNPs in the NOD1 gene in relation to aggressive periodonti...
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The present study compared the recovery of six periodontal pathogens by paper point samples from two different aspects of periodontal lesions by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Twenty patients with untreated chronic periodontitis were randomized into two groups. Before subgingival instrumentation and after 10 weeks samples i...
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To systematically review the effectiveness of full-mouth treatment concepts for chronic periodontitis. A search was conducted for randomized, controlled clinical trials including full-mouth scaling with (FMD) or without (FMS) the use of antiseptics and quadrant scaling (control). Data sources included COHG, CENTRAL, MEDLINE and EMBASE. Reviewers in...
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Comparison of the outcomes of a combination of an enamel matrix derivative and a synthetic bone graft (EMD/SBC) with EMD alone in wide intra-bony defects. Seventy-three patients with chronic periodontitis were recruited in five centres in Germany. All patients had one wide intra-bony defect of >/=4 mm. Surgical procedures involved microsurgical tec...
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Full-mouth scaling, full-mouth disinfection and quadrant scaling are equally suitable for the treatment of adult chronic periodontitis. Therapy of chronic periodontitis is based on the mechanical removal of subgingival bacteria from infected root surfaces in order to arrest and control the loss of tooth supporting bone and tissues. Non-surgical per...
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The aim of this in vitro study was to compare cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) to conventional radiography (RG) in the assessment of the periodontal ligament space. A phantom with a variable "artificial" periodontal ligament space (0, 100, 200, 300, and 400 microm) was used as a model. The examinations were performed simultaneously with RG and...
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The outcome of microbiological diagnostics may depend on the sampling technique. It was the aim of the present study to compare two widely used sampling techniques for subgingival bacteria using quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction. Twenty patients with chronic periodontitis were randomized into two groups. In group A, samples were take...
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To study the short-term microbiological changes following full-mouth compared with quadrant wise scaling and root planing (FMRP and QRP) as well as long-term effects. Twenty patients with chronic periodontitis were randomized into a test group treated in two sessions with subgingival scaling and root planing within 24 h (FMRP) and a control group t...
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To determine the clinical effects of full mouth compared with quadrant wise scaling and root planing. Twenty patients with chronic periodontitis (> or = 2 teeth per quadrant with probing pocket depths (PPD) > or = 5 mm and bleeding on probing (BOP) were randomized into a test group treated in two sessions with subgingival scaling and root planing w...
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Bacterial cultivation is a well-established method for analyzing plaque samples. Real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a novel rapid method for the identification and quantification of periodontopathogenic bacteria that has been recently introduced. In this study, we compared real-time PCR with conventional anaerobic cultivation. A total of...
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Hyaluronic acid (HA) has shown anti-inflammatory effects in gingivitis therapy. The potential benefits of local subgingival application of HA adjunctive to scaling and root planing (SRP) were evaluated in this study. Twenty patients with chronic periodontitis were included in this split-mouth study. Sulcus fluid flow rate (SFFR) and sulcus bleeding...
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Objective Microbiological effects in local application of hyaluronic acid (HA) adjunctive to scaling and root planing (SRP) were evaluated. Methods In this cross over design study a total of 306 teeth of 20 patients with chronic periodontitis were included. All patients were treated with full mouth SRP, in addition a HA gel was administered subging...
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The safety and efficacy of subgingival root surface instrumentation may be enhanced by optimized adaptation between instrument and treated surface. Thus, detailed knowledge of root geometry may allow advances in instrument design. The aim of this study was therefore to measure root radii of various tooth types as well as distances between tooth roo...
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It is difficult to demonstrate the extent of parodontal bone erosions with conventional radiographic techniques. HRCT makes it possible to demonstrate the alveolar structures without superimposition. 10 patients with parodontitis marginalis profunda were examined by conventional methods and HRCT. Comparison showed considerable superiority of HRCT i...
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Mit konventionellen Röntgentechniken ist die Ausdehnung parodontaler Knochentaschen nur schwer zu erfassen. Die hochauflösende Computertomographie (HRCT) bietet die Möglichkeit, den Alveolarfortsatz überlagerungsfrei darzustellen. 10 Patienten mit einer Parodontitis marginalis profunda wurden klinisch, mit konventionellen bildgebenden Verfahren und...
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In 10 patients with marginal periodontitis a systemic periodontal treatment approach was employed in which the root surfaces were cleansed by exclusive use of ultrasound. The effect of 0.1% chlorhexidine gluconate as a cooling medium during the application of ultrasound was studied in a cross over design study. PI, GI, SBI and the probing depths at...

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