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Effective Management of Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis with Proper Diagnosis and Immediate Treatment

Kwon EY, Choi YK, Choi J, Lee JY, Joo JY

Necrotizing periodontal diseases, especially acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG), it should be noted, occur abruptly and progress rapidly, eventually causing severe soft-tissue and alveolar bone loss. This report presents the...
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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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Management of Uncontrolled Bleeding after Tooth Extraction: A Case Report of Arteriovenous Malformation

Byun SH, Lee JH, Kim HJ, Cho YC, Son JH

Clinicians must be able to recognize post-extraction complications and treat them in a timely manner; complications that may potentially be life-threatening require special attention. Although arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is a...
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Pressure Root Resorption of the Second Molar Caused by Third Molar Impaction: A Case Report of Severely Resorbed Root with Vital Pulp

Kang S, Kim E

Pressure root resorption can be observed during the eruption of permanent dentition, especially of the maxillary canines (affecting lateral incisors) and mandibular third molars (affecting mandibular second molars). Since the...
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Bone Regeneration in the Extraction Socket Filled with Atelocollagen: Histological and Radiographic Study in Beagle Dogs

Lee H, Noh K, Lee DW

PURPOSE: Alveolar bone develops with tooth eruption and is absorbed following tooth extraction. Various ridge preservation techniques have sought to prevent ridge atrophy, with no superior technique evident. Collagen has...
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Relationship between Gingival Biotype and Underlying Crestal Bone Morphology

Lee KH, Jung KY, Jung JS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to assess the relationship between gingival biotype and underlying crestal bone morphology in the maxillary anterior region. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The maxillary anterior teeth...
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