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Development of organoids from human and mouse teeth as novel and powerful tools to study tooth biology and pursue regenerative therapy Hasselt University
Teeth with history of traumatic insult and the effect of an orthodontic tooth regulation: an explorative study KU Leuven
Orthodontic treatment after dental trauma.
Orthodontic tooth regulation is a type of treatment frequently offered to children, usually in the stages of development of the dentition and surrounding orofacial structures.
Teeth affected by trauma are most often situated in the esthetic zone. Visible defects and discolorations may have a lifelong impact on self-esteem, overall well-being and quality of life of the individual. ...
North South South Cooperation programme (NSSCP) between VUB and University of Nairobi (UON) Kenya and University of Western Cape (UWC) South Africa. Vrije Universiteit Brussel
North South South Cooperation Programme (NSSCP2011-2012): Pilot research data center - Moi University (Kenya) and Jimma University (Ethiopia) Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Remodeling of teeth roots following Orthognathic surgery and/or orthodontic treatment KU Leuven
1- Evaluation of Root Resorption in different malocclusion: Class I, Class II division 1 Class II division2. 2- Evaluation of Root Resorption and remodeling in extraction and non-extraction cases. 3- Long-term evaluation of root resorption during orthodontic treatment by cone-beam computed tomography. 4- Tooth movement and Root Resorption in osteoporosis patients. 5- Evaluation of Root remodeling Resorption in orthognathic cases. 6- ...
Use of stereolithographic model in tooth autotransplantation and periodontal ligament stem cells for pulp revascularization and reinnervation to increase the success rate for tooth replacement in children KU Leuven
Loss of permanent teeth is a particular challenge in children considering that alveolar bone growth is not yet complete and treatment approaches should adapt to both growth and developmental changes in the oral region to have the potential for long-term survival. This could be realized via autotransplantation, which is a biological approach for tooth replacement in young children. Key factor for its success is the preservation of the ...
Use of stereolithographic model in tooth autotransplantation and periodontal ligament stem cells for pulp revascularization and reinnervation to increase the success rate for tooth replacement in children Hasselt University
2nd Fall Symposium 2022 Building Beyond Borders - Reflecting on the agency of architecture for regenerative and distributive solutions in the Global North and the Global South. Hasselt University
Video consumption among young people: a qualitative study in two municipalities in the North and South of Brazil KU Leuven
In face of the accelerated process of TV digitalization that has been taking shape over recent years in several parts of the world and in the current scenario of media convergence, this doctoral dissertation aims to characterize the TV consumption practices based on a qualitative study with young people (between 15 and 24 years old) who live in the remote areas of two strategic regions of the Brazilian territory, the State of Pará and the ...