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The treatment of an edentulous patient with conventional complete denture and CAD/CAM complete denture

Cho S, Lee J

In patients with fully edentulous jaw, treatment of complete dentures should be carried out in many stages when following the conventional methods. Therefore there were disadvantages such as multiple visits...
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Artificial tooth selection and occlusion in complete dentures

Choe HE, Kim HS, Son MK, Heo YR

It is important to select artificial teeth and arrange them in a proper way especially when patients have severe alveolar ridge resorption or abnormal intermaxillary relation. The purpose of this...
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Fabrication of complete dentures by conventional method and CAD/CAM milling: A case report

Jung Y, Lee J, Hong SJ, Noh K, Kim HS, Pae A

In edentulous patient, not only mastication and pronunciation but also esthetics are compromised. By restoring an edentulous patient with complete dentures, masticatory function and esthetics can be rehabilitated. The advantages...
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Complete denture made with closed-mouth impression technique on severely atrophied edentulous jaw

Lee SH, Leesungbok R, Lee SW

At the department of prosthodontics, the elderly patients with severely atrophied alveolar ridge who have been wearing complete dentures for a long period frequently visit the clinic. In general, the...
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Maxillary complete denture and mandibular All-on-4 implant restoration considering maintenance: a case report

Kim SY, Kwon EY, Jung KH, Jeon HM, Kang ES, Yun MJ

In the case of edentulous patients, the total amount of occlusal force is dispersed by the keratinized gingiva during mastication, in result, causing lower masticatory and chewing efficiency. In particular,...
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Complete denture making in a patient of partial glossectomy using polished surface impression taking and direct metal laser sintering method: A case report

Jung YW, Lee GJ, Kim HJ

For the success of complete denture, three essential requirements such as retention, stability and support are needed. Moreover, due to the absorption of residual ridge and scarring due to the...
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Case of making maxillary palatal augmentation complete denture for patient with dysphagia after partial glossectomy

Kim HS, Park JY, Yim SY, Heo YR, Son MK

If complication arises after glossectomy which leads to trouble in forming food bolus or transfer of the food, it is possible that either food bolus may block the airway or...
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Fabrication of complete denture using Centric tray and closed mouth technique for edentulous patient

Jung S, Ma B, Yang H, Park S, Lim HP, Yun K

Conventional denture impression techniques have limitations for edentulous patients with severe alveolar bone resorption and can cause problems from excessive border extension. Especially when a patient has movable tissue it...
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Complete denture rehabilitation of edentulous patient with severe alveolar bone resorption using mandibular suction denture with closed mouth technique: a clinical report

Ko CW, Min B, Yang HS, Lim HP, Yun K, Shin JH

When it comes to treat patient with loss of vestibule, conventional denture impression have limitation which can cause problems of excessive border extension. Suction denture with closed mouth technique which...
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Complete denture artificial teeth arrangement deformation in wax denture after festooning: deformation over time

Lee SH, Kwak YH, Kim HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the deformation of the complete denture artificial teeth arrangement after festooning over time. MATERIALS AND METHODS: 10 wax dentures of equal teeth...
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Evaluation of suitability and stability in a skeletal Class III complete denture patient with flabby tissue: A case report

Lee J, Hong S, Paek J, Noh K, Pae A, Kim HS, Kwon KR

To obtain denture retention, support, and stability in Class III edentulous cases with flat alveolar ridges and extensive flabby tissue is very difficult. The patient was a 72-year-old male who...
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Postherpetic Neuralgia Aggravated by Upper Complete Denture

Heo HJ, Kim YY, Lee JH, Im SM, Kim OH, Lee HG

Postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) is a chronic and refractory pain disease. It requires longterm treatment and follow-up. Comorbid diseases can change or aggravate the pain condition and responsiveness of patients to...
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Fabrication of complete dentures for a patient with odontogenic myxoma: A case report

Jeong DW, Kim HH, Bae JY

Odontogenic myxoma of the jaws is a rare benign odontogenic tumor. In this case, a 61-year-old male patient had a chief complaint about maxillary anterior gingival mass and excisional biopsy...
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Complete denture of a skeletal class III patient with occlusal scheme in consideration: A case report

Lim S, Kwon KR, Noh K, Paek J

Occlusal disharmony is frequently observed among edentulous patients. When artificial teeth come into contact, the unfavorable displacing force may lead to the discomfort, mucosal trauma, or even neuromuscular alterations and...
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Complete denture treatment using lingualized occlusion scheme at the edentulous patient with severely absorbed flat residual ridges: a case report

Choi BS, Lee JS

Many factors should be considered for successful denture treatment at edentulous patients: support, retention, stability, occlusion, esthetics, etc. The patient who has severely absorbed residual ridges, however, treatments are challenging...
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Fabrication of immediate complete denture using Campagna tray technique

Kim NH, Kim JE, Oh KC, Chung MK, Moon HS

An immediate complete denture is considered as restoration for lost natural teeth, which is fabricated following the extraction of the remaining teeth. Current esthetics and function can be retained by...
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Comparison of the fracture resistances of glass fiber mesh- and metal mesh-reinforced maxillary complete denture under dynamic fatigue loading

Im SM, Huh YH, Cho LR, Park CJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of reinforcing materials on the fracture resistances of glass fiber mesh- and Cr–Co metal mesh-reinforced maxillary complete dentures under...
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Complete denture rehabilitation of a fully edentulous patient with unilateral facial nerve palsy: A case report

Choi E, Lee JH, Choi S

Bell's palsy is an acute-onset unilateral peripheral facial neuropathy. For patients with sequelae of facial paresis, the successful rehabilitation of fully edentulous arches is challenging. This case report described the...
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CAD/CAM fabricated complete denture using 3D face scan: A case report

Eom DY, Leesungbok R, Lee SW, Park SJ, Ahn SJ

In the past, computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology was the closed system that users had to use the components of only one manufacturer. At present, it has changed to the...
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Artificial teeth displacement of monolithic complete denture manufactured by 3D printer and milling machine

Kwak YH, Lee SH, Lee GJ, Kim HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the displacement of artificial tooth of monolithic complete denture manufactured by milling and 3D printing method in which the denture base...
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