There are about 72 clinical studies being (or have been) conducted in Syrian Arab Republic. The country of the clinical trial is determined by the location of where the clinical research is being studied. Most studies are often held in multiple locations & countries.
The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of two different audiovisual distraction techniques (Audio Video eyeglasses "VR BOX"/ Tablet) in the management of anxious pediatric patients during inferior alveolar nerve block Group A (Control group): IAN will be administrated with basic behavior guidance techniques and without using any type of distraction aids. Group B: IAN will be administrated with using AV eyeglasses "VR BOX" and wireless headphone. Group C: IAN will be administrated with using tablet device and wireless headphone All of the children who experienced an inferior alveolar block with/without distraction will be assessed by using a combination of measures: Wong-Baker FACES (self-report), pulse rate (physiological) and behavior (using FLACC behavior rating scale "external evaluator
Patients with class I malocclusion who have mild to moderate crowding will be treated in this study. The efficacy of low level laser therapy and Panadol-extra® in relieving pain due to orthodontic treatment will be assessed. The effect of these two interventions on oral-health related quality of life during all stages of orthodontic treatment will be explored, i.e. at the following stages: (1) separation between teeth, (2) archwire changing, (3) bonding of brackets, (4) removal of the fixed appliances. There are three groups : 1. a group of patient being irradiated with low-level laser therapy (LLLT) at specific time points to relieve pain and discomfort. 2. a group of patient in which pain control will be accomplished by prescribing Panadol Extra tablets in a regular manner. 3. a group of patients in which nothing will be given to them during the course of treatment.
Twenty patients need therapeutic extraction of the maxillary first premolars with subsequent retraction of the maxillary canines, will be divided randomly into two groups, and will randomly assigned to one side of the maxillary arch at the first premolar region, and the other side served as the control. Canine retraction will be initiated after completion of the leveling and alignment phase via closed nickel-titanium coil springs applying 150 g of force per side. Soldered transpalatal arch will be used as an anchor unit. The dento-alveolar changes will be assessed immediately before retraction and after 6 months using CBCT.
Twenty patients need therapeutic extraction of the maxillary first premolars with subsequent retraction of the maxillary canines, will be divided randomly into two groups, and will randomly assigned to one side of the maxillary arch at the first premolar region , and the other side served as the control. canine retraction will be initiated after completion of the leveling and alignment phase via closed nickel-titanium coil springs applying 150 g of force per side , soldered transpalatal arch will be used as an anchor unit. Pre- and post distalization dental casts will be evaluated to study rate of canine distalization, over a follow-up period until a Class I canine relationship will be achieved. The levels of Pain and discomfort will be monitored using a questionnaire with a VAS scale administered three times during the first day after prf injection.
A clinical evaluation of using the semilunar coronally position flap (SCPF) compared to the conventional coronally advanced flap (CAF) with modification to treat class I Miller gingival recession. The coronally repositioned gingival margin will be stabilized by coronally anchored suture with composite stops on the buccal surface of the tooth using flowable composite. The sample size will be ten patients. Each patient has bilateral Miller Class I gingival recessions; one will be treated with SCPF, while the other will be treated with CAF
Evaluating anxiety, behavior, sedation and vital signs during dental extraction after orally taking either propranolol, midazolam, a combination of both or placebo in 6-9 years old uncooperative patients.
This experimental study aims to evaluate the efficiency of the Modified Fixed Mandibular Retractor Appliance in the treatment of skeletal class III malocclusion. The study sample will consist of 44 patients with skeletal class III malocclusion. The sample will be allocated randomly into two groups: experimental group and untreated control group. The soft and hard tissue changes will be assessed using lateral cephalometric radiographs before the treatment and after obtaining 3mm positive overjet.
This experimental study will evaluate the effect of corticision on accelerating the leveling and alignment of lower crowded incisors compared with the control untreated group using cone beam computed tomography. The study sample will consist of 26 patients with less than 6 mm crowding. The sample will be allocated randomly into two experimental groups. The brackets and passive SS wire will be applied with radiographic metal guides between each tooth to allow for accurate corticision site 2 mm below the gingival papilla and to prevent tooth roots injury. The dentoalveolar changes occurring after leveling and alignment of lower anterior teeth will be evaluated using CBCT radiographs, Frequency, degree of root resorption, and the incidence of bone dehiscence will be assessed in relation to initial situation.
Aim: The aim of this study to Assess the healing process of the immediate implant loading with two different provisional techniques (direct and indirect). Materials and methods: 20 implant in the aesthetic zone either in the incisor or in the canine area and excluding the lateral location and then immediate loading is achieved for the 20 implants (10 for direct and 10 for indirect method) Clinical Aspect :color change , healing and bone resorption Esthetic assessment and patient acceptance will be assessed using specific tools. Lab aspect: surface roughness and Marginal fit will be measured to have clue vision.
This study aims to evaluate and compare the skeletal, dental and soft tissue changes, the levels of pain and discomfort and the effect on periodontal health and teeth vitality associated to traditional corticotomy and flapless corticotomy in the retraction of upper anterior teeth. 40 patients requiring extraction of maxillary first premolars and maximum anchorage to retract the upper anterior teeth will participate in the study. They will be divided randomly into two groups : flapless corticotomy (20 patients) and traditional corticotomy (20 patients). Pre-retraction, corticotomy will be performed in the maxillary anterior segment. The skeletal, dental and soft tissue changes will be performed using lateral cephalometric radiographs which will be obtained pretreatment, pre and post en-masse retraction of the anterior teeth and we will also use the dental casts to evaluate the dental changes.