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Journal Article

Title

Assessment of the ozone-mediated killing of bacteria in infected dentine associated with non-cavitated occlusal carious lesions

Author

Baysan, A

Author

Beighton, D

Abstract

The ability of ozone to kill micro-organisms associated with non-cavitated occlusal caries was investigated. The occlusal surfaces were treated with ozone (n = 53) or air (n = 49) for 40 s, and the underlying infected dentine was exposed. There was no significant difference between the number of bacteria recovered from the ozone-treated and the control sites (p > 0.1). Treatment of the exposed dentine with ozone resulted in a just significant (p = 0.044) reduction in bacterial counts. Ozone treatment of non-cavitated occlusal lesions for 40 s failed to significantly reduce the numbers of viable bacteria in infected dentine beneath the demineralized enamel.

Publication

Caries Research

Volume

41

Issue

5

Pages

337-341

Date

2007

Journal Abbr

Caries Res

DOI

10.1159/000104790

ISSN

1421-976X

URL

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2790727/

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Conference Paper

Title

Biofilms in Oral Infection Preventing with Ozone Therapy [Prevención de la Formación de Biofilms Oral con la Ozono Terapia]

Author

Bazzano Mastelli, Nora

Author

Vitriol, Gloria

Author

Moggiano, Raul

Date

2011/ 11/ 10

Conference Name

II International Medical Ozone Federation Congress. IMEOF III Mexican Ozonetherapy Association Congress. AMOZON

Place

Hotel Great Parnasuss, Cancun, Mexico

Publisher

Revista Española de Ozonoterapia

Volume

2

Pages

51-52

Series

Supplement

Language

English, Spanish

ISBN

2174-3215

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Title

Bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ): 5 year experience in the treatment of 131 cases with ozone therapy

Author

Agrillo, A

Author

Filiaci, F

Author

Ramieri, V

Author

Riccardi, E

Author

Quarato, D

Author

Rinna, C

Author

Gennaro, P

Author

Cascino, F

Author

Mitro, V

Author

Ungari, C

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Bisphosphonate-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (BRONJ) are the result of the assumption of such drugs. The most widely used molecules are pamidronate and zoledronic acid, which are pyrophosphate analogues and are usually given to patient with bone remodelling diseases. International literature reports showed an association between this therapy and avascular necrosis, thus leading to review the guidelines for their administer. AIM: The authors present their protocol based upon medical treatment, antibiotic and antimycotic, together with minimally invasive surgery and ozone therapy developed after a 5 year experience to assess the viability of this treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS: In the last years researchers studied treatment protocols, both medical and surgical, for the management of BRONJ. Among these Ozone therapy is being adopted by several centers. From February 2004 and December 2010 a total number of 131 patients affected by BRONJ have been observed. Collected data include patients' age at the time of disorders, gender, presenting signs and symptoms, primary diagnosis, type and characteristics of the treatment performed, radiological findings and post-treatment results. CONCLUSIONS: At the present time there are no major guidelines in international literature for the treatment of BRONJ, the Authors then propose a therapeutic protocol based upon minimally invasive surgery, antibiotic and anti mycotic therapy with the adoption of ozone as regenerating factor for tissues. In 90% of the cases the results confirmed the procedure with successful outcomes.

Publication

European review for medical and pharmacological sciences

Volume

16

Issue

12

Pages

1741-1747

Date

Nov 2012

Journal Abbr

Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci

Language

eng

ISSN

1128-3602

Short Title

Bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ)

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