International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews


Oral Health Care for People With Mental and Behavioral Disorders

Research Article of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews ORAL HEALTH CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS Isabela Vicência Menezes Castelo Branco¹, Mayara Larissa Moura de Souza ¹, Angélica Lopes Frade¹, Cristianne de Barros Santos¹, Laís Azevedo Lins de Holanda¹, Aurora Karla de Lacerda Vidal2 1Dentist - Resident of the Residency Program in Hospital Dentistry focusing on Oncology, University of Pernambuco - ICB / HUOC / UPE; 2Dental Surgeon, Oral Pathologist, PhD in Collective Health, Assistant Professor, General Pathological Processes Discipline, Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Pernambuco - ICB / UPE, Head of the Dentistry Service, Oncology Center, Oswaldo University Hospital Cruz (CEON / HUO / UPE), Coordinator of the Residency Program in Hospital Dentistry, focusing on Oncology, University of Pernambuco - ICB / HUOC / UPE, Tutor of the Dentistry Center of the Integrated Multidisciplinary Residency in Family Health, School of Medical Sciences University of Pernambuco (RMISF / FCM / UPE). There are many mental and behavioral disorders, being necessary to understand and differentiate them and their nuances for better care and dental care. This chapter will address depression, bipolar affective disorders, schizophrenia, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder related to oral-dental care and repercussions such as reduced salivary flow due to depression and / or medication action. In general, anxiolytics and antidepressants are used. This salivary reduction contributes to the high rate of dental caries and periodontal diseases, favors the emergence of fungal infections and makes the oral mucosa fragile and susceptible to ulceration and trauma. Health promotion, including individual and collective actions, for prevention and early detection of oral lesions and oral cancer, restorative, anatomical, biological, functional and aesthetic oral care are necessary and contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of these patients. The worst dental condition found in patients with ...

Non Conventional Methods for Pain Relief and Oral Rehabilitation

Case Report of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews NON CONVENTIONAL METHODS FOR PAIN RELIEF AND ORAL REHABILITATION Maria Cecília Freire de Melo¹*, Milena Déborah Silva Andere2, Isabela Vicência Menezes Castelo Branco3, Elaine Carla Valentim Mendes Carvalho2, Hingrid Wandille Barros da Silva Sá2,  Jade de Souza Cavalcante2, Aurora Karla de Lacerda Vidal4 ¹Master student in Dentistry: Integrated Clinic - UFPE; ²Resident of Program Multiprofessional integrated of Family Health in Faculty of Medical Sciences of the University of Pernambuco - FCM / UPE; 3Resident of the Residency Program in Hospital Dentistry with a focus on Oncology at the University of Pernambuco-ICB/HUOC/UPE; 4University professor Assistant Adjunct, Professor of the General Pathological Processes Division of the Institute of Biological Sciences of the University of Pernambuco - ICB / UPE, Coordinator of the Residency Program in Hospital Dentistry with focus on Oncology at the University of Pernambuco-ICB/ HUOC / UPE; Tutor of the Dentistry Nucleus of the Integrated Multiprofessional Residency Program in Family Health of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the University of Pernambuco - FCM/UPE Introduction: Cultural factors, beliefs, and educational practices are in conflict with medical and dental practices. There are places where there is substitution of follow-up of the health team for several efficient treatments in clinical practice. The health professional, when taking cognizance of such practices should seek to prevent possible related complications, as well as to devise strategies to guide the individuals about their risks. Objective: To report cases of users of the Unified Health System (SUH) who used non-conventional methods not prescribed by dental surgeons for oral care and prosthetic oral rehabilitation. Results: The cases report behaviors, evidence habits, beliefs and customs of the population of Pernambuco that, although it is a user of SUH, has revealed to use own methods to solve oral needs. Cases 1 ...

Oral Carcinoma of Squamous Cells (OCSC) and Neoplasm Recurrence: Case Report

Case Report of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews ORAL CARCINOMA OF SQUAMOUS CELLS (OCSC) AND NEOPLASM RECURRENCE: CASE REPORT *Mayara Larissa Moura de Souza¹, Juliana Cavalcante de Oliveira¹, Maria Gabriela Cavalcanti de Araújo¹, José Brasiliense Holanda Cavalcanti Filho2, Edvaldo Cassimiro Lins Filho2, Riana Aurea Araújo de Barros3, Aurora Karla de Lacerda Vidal 4 1Residency in Hospital Dentistry with a focus on Oncology from the University of Pernambuco - ICB / HUOC / UPE; ² Head and Neck Surgeon of the Oncology Center of the Oswaldo Cruz University Hospital of the University of Pernambuco - CEON / HUOC / UPE; 3 Medic Oncologic Clinic of the Oncology Center of the Oswaldo Cruz University Hospital of the University of Pernambuco - CEON / HUOC / UPE; 4 Profa. Dra. Adjunct of the General Pathological Processes Discipline of the Institute of Biological Sciences of the University of Pernambuco - ICB / UPE. Head of the Dentistry Department of the Oncology Center of the Oswaldo Cruz University Hospital of the University of Pernambuco - CEON / HUOC / UPE, Coordinator of the Residency Program in Hospital Dentistry with focus on Oncology at the University of Pernambuco - ICB / HUOC / UPE. Introduction: 95% of oral cancers are squamous cell carcinomas (SCC). Despite all advances in diagnosis and therapy, oral cavity cancer continues with an unfavorable prognosis, high rates of relapse and mortality. Case report: Patient AFL, 69 years old, caucasian, male gender, alcoholic, smoker, diabetic, with a history of ulcerated lesion on the floor of the mouth without painful symptoms was referred to the Head and Neck Surgery Service of the Oncology Center of the Hospital University of Pernambuco - CEON / HUOC / UPE, where he was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma moderately differentiated, ulcerated with perineural infiltration, angiolymphatic and in ...

Assessment the effect of the use of bisphosphonates on dental implant rehabilitation and peri-implant tissues

Research Article of International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews Assessment the effect of the use of bisphosphonates on dental implant rehabilitation and peri-implant tissues Rebecca Ellen Mayall, DDS1, Cimara Fortes Ferreira, DDS, MSc, PhD1, Russell Anthony Wicks, DDS, MSc3, Felipe Fabrício Farias da Silva, DDS4 1Assistant Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, University of Tennessee Health Sciences College of Dentistry, Memphis, TN. 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, University of Tennessee Health Sciences College of Dentistry, Memphis, TN. 3Professor, Chair, Department of Prosthodontics. University of Tennessee Health Sciences College of Dentistry, Memphis, TN. 4Private practice, Quixeramobim, Ceará, Brazil. Background: Long-term use of bisphosphonates (BP) has been associated with the risk of BP-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ).  The number of post-menopausal women receiving BP therapy for osteoporosis continues to increase as the life expectancy increases. Dental implant rehabilitations have progressed over the years. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the peri-implant conditions of patients taking oral or intravenous (IV) BPs. Methods: This was a retrospective study using an ORACLE database search by means of a Procedural Language/Structured Query engine. Fifty female patients with dental implant rehabilitations and taking bisphosphonates, and fifty female patients with dental implants but not taking BP were evaluated. Peri-implant health and rehabilitation conditions were collected and statistics analyzed. Results: Data analysis revealed a strong indication (p<0.01; 82.81%) of the use of bisphosphonates and absence of abscesses. Relative risk indicated 25 times more chance of a person that does not use bisphosphonates to develop abscess when compared with people using bisphosphonates. This shows that the use of bisphosphonates may play a protecting role in the patients with dental implants. Alternatively, there was a strong indication (p<0.01) of existence of association between the occurrence of mucositis and the use of bisphosphonates. Most of the cases of ...

Prof. Mohamed Said Hamed
Dean & Professor – Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, College of Dentistry, Gulf Medical University, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Amer A. Taqa
Professor, College dentistry, Mosul University

Dr. Punit Naidu
Vice Chairman, Rajarajeswari Dental College and Hospital Bangalore

Dr. Victor Eduardo de Souza Batista
Associate Professor, Department Prosthodontics, Presidente Prudente Dental School, University of Western São Paulo – UNOESTE, Presidente Prudente, São Paulo, Brazil

Dr. Faaiz Alhamdani
Assistant Prof., Head of Clinical Sciences Department, College of Dentistry, Ibn Sina University

Dr. Abbas R. Zaher
Professor of Orthodontics and Chairman, department of orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, the University of Alexandria; President, The Egyptian Orthodontic Society; Past Vice-President, the World Federation of Orthodontists

Dr. Ibrahim El-Sayed M. El-Hakim
Professor, Ain Shams University

Dr. Ajay Jain
Associate Professor, Faculty of Dentistry, AIMST University

Dr. RAÚL GONZÁLEZ-GARCÍA
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial-Head and Neck Surgery, University Hospital Infanta Cristina, Avenida de Elvas s/n, 06080, Badajoz (Spain)

Dr. Indrajeet Ghosh
Practice Principal/ Clinical Director of Dental Zone

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1.Mergime Prekazi Loxha, Zana Agani, Alban Olluri, Fisnik Kurshumliu, Sinan Rusinovci.Clinical and hystopathological dilemmas in diagnosis of epitheloid hemangioma of maxillae-case report. International Journal of Dental Research and Reviews, 2018, 1:7. DOI: 10.28933/ijdrr-2018-11-0808
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