C M Hill
Affiliation: Cardiff University
- Conservative, non-surgical management of patients presenting with impacted lower third molars: a 5-year studyC M Hill
Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology, Dental Hospital, Heath Park, Cardiff, Wales, UK
Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg 44:347-50. 2006..It does, however, provide little support for the reintroduction of prophylactic removal of wisdom teeth...
- Analgesic efficacy of the cyclooxygenase-inhibiting nitric oxide donor AZD3582 in postoperative dental pain: Comparison with naproxen and rofecoxib in two randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled studiesC Michael Hill
University Dental Hospital, Heath Park, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Clin Ther 28:1279-95. 2006....
- Removal of asymptomatic third molars: an opposing viewC Michael Hill
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Cardiff Dental Hospital, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
J Oral Maxillofac Surg 64:1816-20. 2006
- ECG variations in patients pre- and post-local anaesthesia and analgesiaC M Hill
Department of Oral Surgery, Dental Hospital, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XY
Br Dent J 207:E23. 2009....
- Pregabalin in patients with postoperative dental painC M Hill
Department of Oral Surgery, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK
Eur J Pain 5:119-24. 2001..Adverse events were reported more frequently in the pregabalin 300-mg group.Pregabalin appears to have significant analgesic properties in the third molar extraction model. Further research is needed to confirm these findings...
- Nerve morbidity following wisdom tooth removal under local and general anaesthesiaC M Hill
Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology, University of Wales, Cardiff CF4 4XY, UK
Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg 39:419-22. 2001..The risk of nerve morbidity was also greater where the duration of the procedure was longer than 15 minutes in unilateral cases...
- Randomized clinical trial of the effect of semi-occlusive dressings on the microflora and clinical outcome of acute facial woundsD W Thomas
Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology, Dental School, UWCM, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Wound Repair Regen 8:258-63. 2000....
- Use of molecular techniques to study microbial diversity in the skin: chronic wounds reevaluatedC E Davies
Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Wound Repair Regen 9:332-40. 2001....
- Anaerobic cocci populating the deep tissues of chronic wounds impair cellular wound healing responses in vitroP Stephens
Department of Oral Surgery, Dental School, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff, CF14 4XY, UK
Br J Dermatol 148:456-66. 2003..While the part they play in the chronicity of these wounds is uninvestigated, anaerobic cocci have previously been shown to be involved in other chronic inflammatory human conditions...