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Comparison of Accuracy in Digital Implant Impression using Dedicated and Compatible Scanbodies

Jang G, Kim J, Heo Y, Son M

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to compare the accuracy of digital implant impressions using two different types of scanbodies for the same implant. Materials and Methods: Four implants (TS...
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Accuracy of intraoral scans of edentulous jaws with different generations of intraoral scanners compared to laboratory scans

Panagiotis K, Güth JF, Oliver S, Christine K

PURPOSE Purpose of this in vitro study was to determine the accuracy of different intraoral scans versus laboratory scans of impressions and casts for the digitization of an edentulous maxilla. MATERIALS AND...
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Effect of different arch widths on the accuracy of three intraoral scanners

Kaewbuasa N, Ongthiemsak C

PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to compare the accuracy of three intraoral scanner (IOS) systems with three different dental arch widths. MATERIALS AND METHODS Three dental models with different...
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Use of measuring gauges for in vivo accuracy analysis of intraoral scanners: a pilot study

Iturrate M, Amezua X, Garikano X, Solaberrieta E

PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to present a methodology to evaluate the accuracy of intraoral scanners (IOS) used in vivo . MATERIALS AND METHODS A specific feature-based...
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A case report of single crown restoration using an intraoral scanner for occlusal evaluation

Song JB, Lee JH, Ha SR, Choi YS, Choi SY

The evaluation of occlusion using digital methods is easier and simpler in terms of recording, comparison, analysis, and objectivity compared to existing methods such as articulating paper and occlusion foil....
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Full-arch accuracy of five intraoral scanners:In vivo analysis of trueness and precision

Kwon M, Cho Y, Kim DW, Kim M, Kim YJ, Chang M

Objective: To evaluate the trueness and precision of full-arch scans acquired using five intraoral scanners and investigate the factors associated with the dimensional accuracy of the intraoral scan data. Methods:...
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Comparing the accuracy of six intraoral scanners on prepared teeth and effect of scanning sequence

Diker B, Tak

PURPOSE The aim of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of six recently introduced intraoral scanners (IOSs) for single crown preparations isolated from the complete arch, and to determine the...
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A new method to measure the accuracy of intraoral scanners along the complete dental arch: A pilot study

Iturrate M, Lizundia E, Amezua X, Solaberrieta E

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to assess the accuracy of three intraoral scanners along the complete dental arch and evaluate the feasibility of the assessment methodology for further...
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Accuracy of digital and conventional dental implant impressions for fixed partial dentures: A comparative clinical study

Gedrimiene A, Adaskevicius R, Rutkunas V

PURPOSE: The newest technologies for digital implant impression (DII) taking are developing rapidly and showing acceptable clinical results. However, scientific literature is lacking data from clinical studies about the accuracy...
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Evaluation of marginal adaptation in three-unit frameworks fabricated with conventional and powder-free digital impression techniques

Kocaağaoğlu H, Albayrak H, Cinel Sahin S, Gürbulak

PURPOSE: The purpose of this in vitro study was to evaluate the marginal misfits of three-unit frameworks fabricated with conventional and digital impressions techniques. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Thirty brass canine and...
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Comparison of different impression techniques for edentulous jaws using three-dimensional analysis

Jung S, Park C, Yang HS, Lim HP, Yun KD, Ying Z, Park SW

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to compare two novel impression methods and a conventional impression method for edentulous jaws using 3-dimensional (3D) analysis software. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Five edentulous...
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Questionnaire survey for the clinical trial participants who experienced both digital and conventional impression

Yang E, Kim B, Lee JJ, Lee SP, Lim YJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to assess the patients' perception, acceptance, and preference of the difference between a conventional impression and digital impression through questionnaire survey. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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Comparison of the accuracy of digital impressions and traditional impressions: Systematic review

Kim KR, Seo K, Kim S

PURPOSE: This study systematically examines literatures on the suitability of prostheses and accuracy of obtained impressions to see if digital impressions using intraoral scanners can replace traditional impressions. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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Comparative study on quality of scanned images from varying materials and surface conditions of standardized model for dental scanner evaluation

Park JH, Seol JH, Lee JJ, Lee SP, Lim YJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the image acquisition ability of intraoral scanners by analyzing the comprehensiveness of scanned images from standardized model, and to identify problems...
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Immediate loading of mandibular single implant by using surgical guide and modeless digital prosthesis: a case report

Lim HJ, Kim MJ, Kwon HB, Lim YJ

In this case report, immediate loading of an implant-supported single-tooth prosthesis through complete digital workflow. A patient presented for restoration of missing a single tooth in the mandibular first molar....
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A Digital Approach to a Definitive Immediate Denture: A Clinical Report

Lee JH, Kim HG

Even though an immediate denture (ID) is a practical prosthesis, fabricating an ID may be challenging, as unexpected removals of periodontally compromised teeth may occur during an impression procedure. This...
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Comparison of patient satisfaction with digital and conventional impression for prosthodontic treatment

Yoon HI, Lee SM, Park EJ

PURPOSE: The present study aims at researching the subjective satisfaction of patients who have experienced both conventional impression taking and digital impression taking to measure the possibility of wide clinical...
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Comparative analysis on reproducibility among 5 intraoral scanners: sectional analysis according to restoration type and preparation outline form

Park JM

PURPOSE: The trueness and precision of acquired images of intraoral digital scanners could be influenced by restoration type, preparation outline form, scanning technology and the application of power. The aim...
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Digital intraoral impression for immediate provisional restoration of maxillary single implant: A case report

Chang YJ, Kim HJ, Song MK, Moon JE, Lee HL, Park CI

Developing of digital technique, it is possible to fabricate implant prostheses for edentulous area using intraoral 3-dimentional information throughout implant diagnosis and treatment process. It is being changed that from...
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Accuracy assessment of implant placement using a stereolithographic surgical guide made with digital scan

Jeong SM, Fang JW, Hwang CH, Kang SH, Choi BH, Fang Y, Jeon H, An S

PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of a stereolithographic surgical guide that was made with information from intraoral digital impressions and cone beam CT (CBCT). MATERIALS...
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