Study show snus causes gingival retraction and lesions -

Most of the adolescents in a Norwegian cross-sectional study had snus induced lesions, and one fifth had gingival retractions. The severity increased with the amount of snus boxes used and the duration of the snus use, respectively.

Functional and aesthetical properties of single dental crowns. -

The aims of the study were to investigate functional and aesthetic properties, the composition of the alloy, and the content of hazardous elements of single dental crowns with metal skeleton and fired porcelain. Epoxy models made from full mouth impressions taken of a patient with a crown preparation of the right maxillary first permanent molar […]

Snus and pregnancy – a risky connection -

Swedish smokeless tobacco, also known as “snus” is popular in the Nordic countries. It is not without risk, however, and during pregnancy the risks are worth knowing.

Silver release from dentine treated with combinations of silver diamine fluoride, potassium iodide and etching -

For individuals with very high to extremely high caries activity and poor control of daily oral hygiene, a simple treatment for arresting their caries activity is necessary. Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) has become increasingly common for this purpose due to its efficacy and ease of application. To avoid or reduce tooth discoloration after SDF treatment […]

Oral lesions associated with daily use of snus, a moist smokeless tobacco product. A cross-sectional study among Norwegian adolescents -

Use of snus, a moist, smokeless tobacco product, may lead to local changes in the oral mucous membrane in the area where the snus is placed. It can also cause irreversible gingival retraction. This cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the relationship between use of snus, oral mucosal lesions (snus induced lesions) and gingival retractions among adolescents in Norway.