Issue 3/2019

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Pulpotomy in permanent teeth
  • Understanding and improving care: Use of routine data
  • Needs-based care: Illusion or reality?
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table of contents (3/2019)

Original Articles

  • Dental health services research: What does it want, what can it do?

    Abstract:Health services research develops, describes, clarifies, and evaluates health service processes, outcomes and relevant factors that impact on service provision. A consumer/patient focus, contextual relevance...

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  • Understanding and improving care: Use of routine data

    Introduction:The majority of dental care in Germany is provided by dentists contracting with national health insurance companies. Although the oral health of the German population is steadily improving a comprehensive...

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  • Needs-based care: Illusion or reality?

    Abstract:Dental care in Germany is in the midst of transitioning. This includes a changed epidemiological baseline situation and with that different treatment needs. Additionally, the supply side (dentists) is...

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Clinical Snapshots

  • Pulpotomy in permanent teeth

    Background Pulpotomies are primarily carried out as a measure to maintain vitality of juvenile permanent teeth whose roots have not yet fully developed. The indications range from partial pulpitis to complex crown...

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