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Need and Demand for Sedation or General Anesthesia in Dentistry: A National Survey of the Canadian Population
B. Chanpong DDS, MSc,
 D. A. Haas DDS, PhD, and
 D. Locker DDS, PhD
Article Category: Research Article
Volume/Issue: Volume 52: Issue 1
Online Publication Date: Mar 01, 2005
DOI: 10.2344/0003-3006(2005)52[3:NADFSO]2.0.CO;2
Page Range: 3 – 11

populations across the world, with various estimates shown in Table 1 . Dental anxiety levels have been reported to be in the range of 4.2% to 20.9%. 8 9 Even within the same population, different levels of anxiety have been found when using different measures. 23 In Canada, prevalence rates ranging from 4.4% to 16.4% have been reported. Table 1. Prevalence of Dental Fear/Anxiety Internationally * * Reported prevalence of fear and anxiety from previous studies is shown. The

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John P. Suljak DDS, Dip Anaes
Article Category: Research Article
Volume/Issue: Volume 52: Issue 1
Online Publication Date: Mar 01, 2005
Page Range: 1 – 2

Robert S. Locke Robert S. Locke The son of a general dentist, Robert (Bob) Locke was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. In 1953, Dr Locke graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto. Instead of entering general practice with his father, he followed his passion of anaesthesia. The Faculty offered him a fellowship to study dental anaesthesia at the University of Pittsburgh under the legendary Dr Leonard Monheim. He jumped at this opportunity and was accepted by Monheim. Upon

Kyle J. Kramer DDS, MS
Article Category: Editorial
Volume/Issue: Volume 70: Issue 2
Online Publication Date: Jun 28, 2023
Page Range: 51 – 52

The pathway leading to specialty recognition for dental anesthesiology here in North America (the US and Canada) has been long and winding. Canada was actually first to have dental anesthesiology formally recognized as a specialty, although that recognition did not extend nationally and was limited to only the province of Ontario. In 2004, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) identified dental anesthesiology as a potential specialty and circulated a proposal for recognition to various stakeholders. The RCDSO ultimately

Dr Earle R. Young BSc, DDS, BScD, MSc, FADSA
Article Category: Book Review
Volume/Issue: Volume 52: Issue 1
Online Publication Date: Mar 01, 2005
Page Range: 42 – 43
Joonyoung Ji DMD, MSc and
 Edward J. Barrett DDS, MSc, DipPaed, FRCD(C)
Article Category: Other
Volume/Issue: Volume 62: Issue 1
Online Publication Date: Jan 01, 2015
Page Range: 22 – 24

all cases of allergic reactions are due to anesthesia. Here we report a case of anaphylaxis possibly associated with Gelfoam (Pfizer Canada) sponge. CASE REPORT A 2-year-old, 11-kg female patient with William's syndrome presented for dental rehabilitation under general anesthesia at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She had undergone 3 prior general anesthetics because of her syndrome: 1 for examination under anesthesia and ptosis repair and 2 general anesthetics under bypass for correction of aortic stenosis

; Comparison of the prevalence with the preference of sedation or GA for each of the listed dental procedures.
B. Chanpong,
 D. A. Haas, and
 D. Locker

Michelle Wong DDS, MSc, EdD
Article Category: Case Report
Volume/Issue: Volume 68: Issue 2
Online Publication Date: Jun 29, 2021
Page Range: 98 – 106

transplantation. 7 , 8 The etiology of this patient's disease is unknown. The incidence of bronchiolitis obliterans has not been reported with consistency in the literature. Patients may first present with vague flu-like signs or symptoms or it may be an incidental diagnostic finding. 4 Management can involve intermittent courses of corticosteroids, antibiotics, and inhaled bronchodilators. 4 Electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes have become the most commonly used nicotine product among Canadian 8 and American youth in recent years. These popular electronic devices

Brian Chanpong DDS, MSc,,
 Michelle Tang DDS, MSc,,
 Alexander Rosenczweig DMD,
 Patrick Lok DDS, and
 Raymond Tang MD, MSc
Article Category: Research Article
Volume/Issue: Volume 67: Issue 3
Online Publication Date: Jun 18, 2020
Page Range: 127 – 134

and cough peak flow rates from 1.6 to 8.5 L/s. 14 In addition, the mouth opening area for those previous studies was measured 11 to range from 1.97 to 4.95 cm 2 . For this report, the simulated mouth opening used was 3.8 cm 2 . A tape measure was affixed to the orifice to measure the height of the expelled material as captured on slow-motion video. Analysis Immediately after each simulated procedure or cough, the participants were taken to a dark room and a Certified 9-bulb UV light (Canadian Tire, Corporation Limited, Toronto

Michelle Wong DDS, MSc, EdD
Article Category: Research Article
Volume/Issue: Volume 69: Issue 1
Online Publication Date: Apr 04, 2022
Page Range: 49 – 58

significant respiratory depression or apnea secondary to inadvertent opioid overdose. Naloxone kits have become more readily available in health clinics, pharmacies, workplaces, and at home. 17 – 19 In the United States, naloxone distribution programs are increasing, 20 while in Canada, the naloxone kits are available without a prescription and often free of charge, resulting from sponsorship by public health programs. 18 Each take-home kit contains 1 to 2 intramuscular naloxone doses of 0.4 mg. A systematic review published in 2016 reported that take-home naloxone

Jasdev Bhalla BDS MSc,
 John G. Meechan BDS PhD,
 Herenia P. Lawrence DDS PhD,
 Helen A. Grad MScPhm, and
 Daniel A. Haas DDS PhD
Article Category: Research Article
Volume/Issue: Volume 56: Issue 2
Online Publication Date: Jan 01, 2009
Page Range: 36 – 41

with injection of anesthetic (A2, B2, C2). This study design is summarized in Figure 1 . Figure 1 Study design. Figure 1. Study design. The topical anesthetic paste used was 5% lidocaine (Dentsply Inc, Canada). The site tested was the palatal soft tissue adjacent to the first premolar, chosen because the perception of pain on injection in the palate is usually perceived to be the highest in the oral cavity. The contralateral side received placebo. At the first visit, each

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