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Evaluation of Bonwill triangle using cone beam computerized tomography in Korean

Kong HJ, Oh SC

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the Bonwill triangle of Korean using the cone beam computerized tomography (Cone-beam CT). MATERIALS AND METHODS: 120 Koreans (60 males and 60...
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Implant impression using closed mouth impression technique: a case report

Kim SY, Kim JH, Jung KH, Jeon HM, Kang ES, Yun MJ

Closed mouth impression technique by using bite tray is preferred for single tooth impression taking. However, for implant impression taking, open mouth impression technique by using single arch tray is...
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Correlation between sagittal condylar guidance angles obtained using radiographic and protrusive occlusal record methods

Kwon OK, Yang SW, Kim JH

PURPOSE: This study compared the SCGAs measured in three types of radiographic images (panoramic, CBCT panoramic-section, and CBCT cross-section images) with values measured using the protrusive occlusal record. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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Does the maxillary anterior ratio in Korean adults follow the Golden Proportion?

Jin MX, Hong MH, Lee KJ, Lee KB

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of changes in the horizontal plane angle on the mesiodistal width ratios of the maxillary anterior teeth during the...
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Application of ARCUS digma I, II systems for full mouth reconstruction: a case report

Park C

Transferring condylar and anterior guidance on an articulator is essential to the diagnosis of a patient for full mouth reconstruction. In this clinical report, ARCUS digma I system was used...
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Mouth rehabilitation of a patient with severely worn dentition with vertical dimension increase

Lee KY, Kim CY, Jung JH, Kim YL

Treating patients with severely worn dentition often requires comprehensive prosthetic treatments. Oral rehabilitation and long-term stability could be achieved by analyzing the cause of the wear and changing vertical dimension....
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Comparison of occusal aspects in monolithic zirconia crown before and after occlusal adjustment during intraoral try-in: a case report

Yong KH, Shim JS

In case of prosthesis fabrication by CAD/CAM, location, area and contour of occlusal contacts can be adjusted so more functional occlusion can be acquired. Also, errors in a manufacturing process...
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Comparison of condylar displacement between three biotypological facial groups by using mounted models and a mandibular position indicator

Ponces MJ, Tavares JP, Lopes JD, Ferreira A

OBJECTIVE: Facial-type-associated variations in diagnostic features have several implications in orthodontics. For example, in hyperdivergent craniofacial types, growth imbalances are compensated by displacement of the condyle. When diagnosis and treatment...
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Comparison of condylar guidance using ARCUSdigma 2 and Checkbite

Lee DI, Lee CH, Son MK, Chung CH, Kang DW

PURPOSE: Nowadays, checkbite methods and a digital sensor are used to analyze the movement of mandible. However, there are no study comparing two methods. Therefore, this study has compared measuring...
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Reestablishing the occlusal plane in full mouth rehabilitation patient, using Shilla system

Yang MS, Vang MS, Park SW, Lim HP, Yun KD, Yang HS

Occlusal plane is a sagittal expression of dental arch form, and it composes the shape of occlusion, which is one of the most important elements of Maxillo-oral system. In this...
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A simplified chair-side remount technique using customized mounting platforms

Chauhan MD, Dange SP, Khalikar A, Vaidya SP

Correct occlusal relationships are part of the successful prosthetic treatment for edentulous patients. Fabrication of complete dentures comprises of clinical and laboratory procedures that should be executed accurately for achieving...
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A comparative study to measure the condylar guidance by the radiographic and clinical methods

Shreshta P, Jain V, Bhalla A, Pruthi G

PURPOSE: The study was conducted to compare the radiographic and clinical methods of measuring the horizontal condylar guidance (HCG) values. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The condylar guidance was measured using the radiographic...
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Voice Onset Time Variations of Korean Stop Consonants in Aphasic Speakers

Lee SR, Ko MH, Kim HG

OBJECTIVE: To compare the voice onset time (VOT) differences of Korean stops in the initial and intervocalic positions between the aphasic patients with peculiarities of aspiration and a control group. METHOD:...
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A study of sagittal condylar inclination and occlusal plane inclination of two semiadjustablearticulators with different reference plane

Kim HJ, Lee SB, Choi DG, Bak J

  • KMID: 2000421
  • J Korean Acad Prosthodont.
  • 2008 Aug;46(4):420-430.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM & PURPOSE: Articulators are very important for education and overall clinical situation in the field of prosthodontics, however preexisting articulators are designed and built based on maxillofacial...
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A study on the difference of the sagittal condylar guidance by semi-adjustable articulator and axiograph

Park GH, Lee SB, Bak J, Choi DG

  • KMID: 2000564
  • J Korean Acad Prosthodont.
  • 2007 Oct;45(5):696-705.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: In the Protar articulator, the models are almost parallel with the Camper's plane. The ultrasonic-based ARCUSdigma system is basis for the determination of dynamic function parameters with...
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The comparative study for occlusal plane between articulated cast model and cephalogram in orthogantihic surgery patients

Seo KS, Park MH, Lee JH, Kim CH, Chae JM

  • KMID: 2137012
  • J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg.
  • 2003 Aug;29(4):239-244.
The common errors in preoperative treatment plan for the orthognathic surgery can be occurred during cast impression, cast mounting procedure with face-bow transfer, surgical stent fabrication, and so on. One...
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Optimum Mandibular Position Guide By Use Of Emg Activity And Intra-Oral Tracer

Lee SH, Kang DW

  • KMID: 2118673
  • J Korean Acad Prosthodont.
  • 2002 Dec;40(6):560-571.
Jaw relations and the recording methods have been controversial aspects of dentistry. The purpose of this study was to quantify the relative muscle activity of the masseter and temporal muscles...
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Occlusal rehabilitation of posterior fixed prostheses

Yeo IS, Yang JH

  • KMID: 2195901
  • J Korean Acad Prosthodont.
  • 2001 Jun;39(3):313-318.
Masticatory function is more important than esthetics in posterior fixed restoration. The usual technique-mounting the casts on a semi-adjustable articulator, etc.-cannot make all patients satisfied with their restorations. For example,...
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The Correlation of Tongue Position with Voice

Ahn CM, Moon KJ, Shin JG, Lee GS

  • KMID: 2274772
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2000 Nov;43(11):1237-1240.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The tongue acts as a swallowing moderator, articulator and resonance maker. The tongue may also affect voice production. Authors tried to determine the relationship between the tongue...
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2 Phase Treatment Without Preoperative Orthodontics In Skeletal Class III Malocclusion

Hong KJ, Lee JG

  • KMID: 2043798
  • J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg.
  • 1999 Jan;25(1):48-53.
This article describes a new approach in the treatment of skeletal class III malocclusion. This new approach, which means 2 phase treatment without preoperative orthodontics, includes orthognathic surgery first, followed...
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