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Escolher formato: Padrão Ficha Formato Reduzido Nomes MARC Campos MARC
No. Registro   001785380
Tipo de material   ARTIGO DE PERIODICO - INTERNACIONAL
Cód. publicação   Link10.1111/j.1600-0501.2009.01756.x DOI
Entrada Principal   LinkApel, Stephanie (*)
Título   LinkMicroflora associated with successful and failed orthodontic mini-implants.
Imprenta   Copenhagem, 2009.
Descrição   p. 1186-1190.
Idioma   Inglês
Nota   artigo disponivel em : http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/122580997/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0
Assunto   LinkORTODONTIA
  LinkIMPLANTES DENTÁRIOS
  LinkODONTOLOGIA
Autor Secundário   LinkApel, Christian (*)
  LinkMorea, Camillo (*)
  LinkMorea, Gladys Cristina Dominguez
  LinkTortamano, André
  LinkConrads, Georg (*)
Fonte   LinkIn: Clinical Oral Implants Research, Copenhagem, v. 20, n. 11, p. 1186-1190, Nov, 2009, ISSN: 0905-7161
Localiz.Eletrônica    "Clicar" sobre o botão para acesso ao Currículo Lattes de Gladys Cristina Dominguez Morea 
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Resumo/Outros   Objectives: Mini-implants are used for orthodontic bone anchorage. The reasons for a potential instability or loss of the mini-implants during treatment are multiple. Among other factors, colonization of implants with pathogenic bacteria is discussed. Therefore, the microflora associated with successful and failed mini-implants has been screened. Material and methods: A total of 76 mini-implants collected from 25 patients were observed during regular orthodontic treatment. Bacterial samples of eight failed and exemplarily - four successful (control) cases were subjected to a universal Bactería-directed real-time quantitative polymerase chain reaction for quantification in combination with a microarray-based identification of 20 selected species. Results: The failure rate in the present investigation was 10.5%. The bacterial analysis did not reveal any major difference in the total amount or species composition between control and failed mini-implants. However, Actínamyces víscosus was found in faur (100%) and Campy/abacter grací/ís in three (75%) stable contrais, whereas both species were rarely found (12.5%) in failed implants. Conclusions: In the present study, the peri-implant sulcus surrounding failed orthodontic mini-implants did not show a specific aggressive bacterial flora
 
Unidade USP   FO -- FAC DE ODONTOLOGIA
  FO -- FAC DE ODONTOLOGIA

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