In this section, we highlight a selection of the recent research produced by faculty and students at the Dugoni School. A larger list of published research can be found on the Publications page.
A compound in a bee secretion may be useful in combatting bone loss.
Research looking at the current techniques of bone drilling and examining the effects of bone structure, drill-bit geometry and more.
A review of special considerations to take when treating patients in these groups.
Which plate type is more effective for the fixation of facial bones after corrective jaw surgery?
Cells undergoing division are much more susceptible to non-viral vector-mediated gene delivery.
How best to prepare dental students to treat patients with medically complex conditions?
Students Robin Lambert and Riddhima Suri are receiving notice for research exploring a modified technique to administer anesthetic.
A study looking at how teeth handle stress loads after a root canal is performed using particular methods and tools.
How effective are they against cervical and
oral squamous cell carcinoma cells in vitro?
A survey assessing dental hygienists' knowledge and ability to detect early-stage lesions, and the factors that impact their success rate.
This study looked at rates and costs of surgical oral care for children enrolled in Medicaid.
A review of caries risk assessment in children, and the role of oral health professionals and other medical professionals.
Categorizing types of pain to help dentists avoid unnecessary treatments, provide lasting relief.
Research aimed at mitigating the negative effects of methamphetamine use and improving patient care.
Researchers find that Fusobacterium nucleatum sets off a cascade of responses by the immune system in the mouth.
A modified technique for administering anesthesia.
A technique to halt decay and seal teeth in a single appointment using two products.
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