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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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Quantitative and qualitative evaluation on the accuracy of three intraoral scanners for human identification in forensic odontology

Bae EJ, Woo EJ

The purpose of this study was to analyze the accuracy of intra oral scanner (IOS) to confirm the applicability of IOS for the recording and analysis of tooth morphology in...
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Maxillary complete denture rehabilitation in flabby tissue patient considering of function and stability: A clinical report

Choi Y, Lee Y, Hong SJ, Paek J, Noh K, Pae A, Kim HS, Kwon KR

It is very difficult to achieve denture support, stability and retention in single-maxillary complete denture patients with flabby tissue. A 57-year-old male patient was uncomfortable with the existing denture and...
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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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3D analysis of soft tissue around implant after flap folding suture

Jung SY, Kang DY, Shin HS, Park JC

Purpose: The various suture techniques can be utilized in order to maximize the keratinized tissue healing around dental implants. The aim of this study is to compare the soft tissue...
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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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Effects of inter-implant distance on the accuracy of intraoral scanner: An in vitro study

Thanasrisuebwong P, Kulchotirat T, Anunmana C

PURPOSE. Several studies focused on the accuracy of intra-oral scanners in implant dentistry, but the data of inter-implant distances were not widely mentioned. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the...
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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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Restoration of implant-supported fixed dental prosthesis using the automatic abutment superimposition function of the intraoral scanner in partially edentulous patients

Park KW, Park JM, Lee KW

The digital workflow of optical impressions by the intraoral scanner and CADCAM manufacture of dental prostheses is actively developing. The complex process of traditional impression taking, definite cast fabrication, wax...
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Fabrication of removable partial denture on scleroderma patient using 3-dimensional intraoral scanner

Kim UG, Han JS, Yoon HI, Yeo ISL

A three-dimensional (3D) intraoral scanner, which is one of the major developments in digital dentistry, is widely used in fixed prosthodontics. The application of intraoral scanner is now increasing in...
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Integration of Intraoral Scanner-based Mandibular Movement Data for An Anterior Single-implant Restoration

Lee H, Oh KC, Lee JH

This article demonstrates a clinical case of the rehabilitation of a maxillary anterior tooth with a single-implant using a digital workflow. Intraoral scanner-based mandibular movement data were incorporated into the...
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Effect of the volumetric dimensions of a complete arch on the accuracy of scanners

Kim MK, Son K, Yu BY, Lee KB

PURPOSE The present study aimed to evaluate the accuracy of a desktop scanner and intraoral scanners based on the volumetric dimensions of a complete arch. MATERIALS AND METHODS Seven reference...
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Evaluation of the accuracy of three different intraoral scanners for endocrown digital impression: An in vitro study

Ural , Park JM, Kaleli N, Çağlayan E

Purpose: The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the accuracy of three different intraoral scanners (IOSs) on digital impressions of different types of endocrown cavity preparations. Materials and...
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Abutment-Level Digital Impression Using Abutment Matching Algorithm, And Insurance-Covered Implant Prosthesis By Metal 3D Printing: A Case Report

Kang IH, Park JM, Shim JS

In the process of manufacturing implant-fixed prostheses, it has traditionally required complicated procedures such as impression taking, master cast fabrication, wax-up and so on, but recently, digital impression with an...
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Clinical accuracy of impression technique using digital superimposition ofcustomized abutment with subgingival margin: A case report

Kim JW, Jeong CM, Yun MJ, Lee SH, Lee H, Huh JB

Traditionally, gingival retraction has been performed to obtain customized abutment impressions with subgingival margins of the implant supported prosthesis. However, gingival retraction may have side effects such as gingival recession and...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of a severely worn dentition using intraoral scanner and the CAD/CAM double scanning technique

Yoon SN, Han JS, Yeo IS, Yoon HI

With the evolution of the computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology, the intraoral scanners are playing an increasingly important role, as they are the first step towards a completely digital workflow....
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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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A review on the accuracy assessment methods of 3-dimensional digital dental models

Park JS, Lim YJ, Lee J, Kim B

The aim of this article was to review various methods used to evaluate the accuracy of digital dental models. When evaluating the accuracy of digital models, the errors can be...
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