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Risk indicators for mucositis and peri-implantitis: results from a practice-based cross-sectional study

Rinke S, Nordlohne M, Leha A, Renvert S, Schmalz G, Ziebolz D

Purpose: This practice-based cross-sectional study aimed to investigate whether common risk indicators for peri-implant diseases were associated with peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis in patients undergoing supportive implant therapy (SIT) at...
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Effectiveness of caries-preventing agents on initial carious lesions within the scope of orthodontic therapy

Park KJ, Kroker T, Groß U, Zimmermann O, Krause F, Haak R, Ziebolz D

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effectiveness of three different caries-preventing agents on artificial caries in a Streptococcus mutans-based caries model. METHODS: Sixty-five caries-free human molar enamel blocks were treated with a demineralization...
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Association of chairside salivary aMMP-8 findings with periodontal risk assessment parameters in patients receiving supportive periodontal therapy

Schmalz G, Kummer MK, Kottmann T, Rinke S, Haak R, Krause F, Schmidt J, Ziebolz D

PURPOSE: The aim of this retrospective cross-sectional study was to evaluate whether salivary findings of active matrix-metalloproteinase 8 (aMMP-8) chairside (point of care; POC) tests were associated with periodontal risk...
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Clinical outcome of double crown-retained implant overdentures with zirconia primary crowns

Rinke S, Buergers R, Ziebolz D, Roediger M

PURPOSE: This retrospective study aims at the evaluation of implant-supported overdentures (IODs) supported by ceramo-galvanic double crowns (CGDCs: zirconia primary crowns + galvano-formed secondary crown). MATERIALS AND METHODS: In a private...
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