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CCRP Research

Current Studies

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Tissue Dimension

A study on the soft and hard tissue changes that occur following single tooth extraction.

The purpose of this research study is to determine the correlations between tissue dimensions and the changes that occur following single-tooth dental extraction in adults.

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Periodontal Studies

Currently recruiting

Simvastatin Implant Study

We are recruiting subjects to determine the anti-inflammatory effect of Simvastatin when applied topically around implants with inflamed gums.

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Implant Studies

Currently recruiting

Genetics’ Role in the Growth of the Craniofacial Complex

To identify how different facial types develop and how genes modify facial growth and teeth development in order to find a way to improve orthodontic and surgical treatment.

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Craniofacial Studies

Recruitment by referral only

Data and Specimen Biorepository

The Biorepository combines the usage of dental and medical clinical information with a biological specimen DNA bank for researchers to use at the UI College of Dentistry & Dental Clinics. Patients and visitors at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry & Dental Clinics, the UI Center for Disabilities and Development, the UI Hospitals and Clinics Department of Otolaryngology and staff will be asked to participate and give consent for their clinical information and biological specimen to be collected for undefined future research purposes that will be shared, used again, or stored for future dental research purposes. Researchers can utilize the repository to study any type of health condition or disease.

To collect biological specimens for undefined future research purposes that will be share, used again, or stored for future dental research purposes. Researchers can utilize the repository to study any type of health condition or disease.

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Various Studies

Currently recruiting