Issue 5/2021

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Animal-assisted therapy in the dental practice
  • The Journal Impact Factor
  • Caries experience in children with Marfan syndrome – a non-interventional case-control study
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table of contents (5/2021)

Clinical Snapshots

  • Animal-assisted therapy in the dental practice

    University Medical Centre Rostock | Department of Operative Dentistry and Periodontology: Prof. Dr. Hermann Lang, Janna Schnelle Translation from German: Yasmin Schmidt-Park Citation: Lang H, Schnelle J:...

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  • The Journal Impact Factor 2020

    Department of Oral Health & Medicine, University Center for Dental Medicine Basel UZB: Jens C. Türp, DDS, Dr med dent, MSc, M.A., Professor Citation: Türp JC: The Journal Impact Factor 2020. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z Int...

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Original Articles

  • Caries experience in children with Marfan syndrome – a non- interventional case-control study**

    Introduction: The Marfan syndrome is a rare connective tissue disorder with autosomal dominant inheritance. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the caries experience in children and adolescents with Marfan...

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  • Synchronous vs. asynchronous education: Questionnaire-based survey in dental medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic**

    Introduction: The rapid establishment of digital teaching in the dental curriculum, which was necessary in the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic, now poses new challenges for both students and teachers. The aim of...

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  • Manifestation pattern of 343 antiresorptive-related osteonecroses of the jaw considering the etiologic factor – consequences for the dental practice

    Introduction: Antiresorptives are used in patients with osteoporosis and malignant tumors to inhibit resorption processes in the bone. Antiresorptive-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (ARONJ) is an adverse drug...

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Review

  • Facial palsy after dental treatment

    Abstract: Facial nerve palsy may occur in rare cases in connection with dental treatment. Its causes have not been entirely clarified so far. If facial nerve palsy sets in immediately after the administration of a...

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  • Recognition and prevention of cognitive biases and judgment errors in diagnostics and dental therapy

    Introduction: Cognitive biases affect perception, memory, thinking and judgment. Mostly, they are the result of heuristics, i.e. mental shortcuts accelerating the decision-making process. In medicine, several biases...

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