Research related to clinical procedures

Morbidity related to the removal of wisdom teeth in the lower jaw

The project is performed in collaboration with researchers and clinicians in the Department of oral surgery and oral medicine. All registrations are made through the University Health Network an online aid for secure handling, export, and storage of anonymized data.

The project consists of three sub-studies:

1. Prospective study of morbidity and social cost

2. Prospective study of the incidence of  alveolar ostitis in  by wisdom tooth surgery

3. Prospective study of the role of cytokines in alveolar ostitis

Project members

Tore Bjørnland, project leader, professor

Janicke Liaaen Jensen, scientific advisor to UHN, professor

Pål Barkvoll, inventor of UHN, professor

Hauk Øyri, PhD student

Project publications

Øyri H, Bjørnland T, Barkvoll P, Jensen JL. Mandibular third molar surgery in 396 patients at a Norwegian university clinic: Morbidity recorded after 1 week utilizing an e-infrastructure for clinical research. Acta Odontol Scand 2016, 74, 148-154. doi: 10.3109/00016357.2015.1092051. Epub 2015 Oct 7.

Project publications

  1. Øyri H, Bjørnland T, Barkvoll P, Jensen JL. Mandibular third molar surgery in 396 patients at a Norwegian university clinic: Morbidity recorded after 1 week utilizing an e-infrastructure for clinical research. Acta Odontol Scand 2016, 74, 148-154. doi: 10.3109/00016357.2015.1092051. Epub 2015 Oct 7.
  2. Øyri, HF, Jonsdottir OH, Jensen JL, Bjørnland T (2018). The use of a tetracycline drain reduces alveolar osteitis: a randomized prospective trial of third molar surgery under local anaesthetics and without the use of systemic antibiotics. Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and oral radiology.  ISSN 2212-4403. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oooo.2018.12.004
  3. Hauk Øyri, Janicke L. Jensen, Pål Barkvoll, Olga H. Jonsdottir, Janne Reseland, Tore Bjørnland. Incidence of alveolar osteitis after mandibular third molar surgery. Can inflammatory cytokines be identified locally? Acta Odontol Scand , 2020, accepted.

 Publications related to various clinical procedures

These are separate projects on treatment and follow-up performed in collaboration with researchers and clinicians in the Department of oral surgery and oral medicine and collaborators at the TAKO-centre.

  1. Jensen JL , Album B: Tooth Transplantation in Cherubism and Incontinentia Pigmenti. Report of Two Unusual Cases. Oral Surg 2011, 4, 39-43.
  2. Jensen JL, Brox HT, Storhaug K, Ambjørnsen E, Støvne SA, Bjørnland T. Dental implants in patients with osteogenesis  imperfecta and a review of the literature. Oral Surg 2011, 4, 105-114.
  3. Jensen JL, Storhaug K: Dental implants in patients with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. A case series study. Int J Prosthodont  2012, 25, 1-4.
  4. Misje K, Bjørnland T, Jensen JL: Long-term implant outcome: 15 - 17 year follow-up of dental implants in the esthetic zone Int J Prosthodont 2013, 26, 365-369.
  5. Tanem K, Jensen JL, Bjørnland T. Lukket fremføring av palatinalt retinerte hjørnetenner: en retrospektiv studie av pasientopplevelsen og behandlingsresultatet. Nor Tannlegerforen Tidende 2014, 124, 200- 206.
  6. Bach S J, Nazari E, Jensen JL, Bjørnland T (2016). Keratocystisk odontogen tumor. En retrospektiv kvalitativ undersøkelse av forekomst og residiv etter kirurgisk behandling. Nor Tannlegerforen Tidende
  7. Myint M, Støvne SA, Sæves R, Bjørnland T, Jensen JL (2019): Dental implants in individuals with osteogenesis imperfecta: a 6-year follow-up study. Oral Surgery  (2019) –. © 2019 The British Association of Oral Surgeons and John Wiley & Sons Ltd

 

 

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