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An implant-supported removable partial denture for a patient with post-inflammatory scar contracture caused by burn complications: a clinical report

Kim JH, Lee JH

The scars and contracture around the oral-facial region may cause difficulty in prosthodontic treatment to restore esthetics and function for the patients, who suffered severe burns. This article presents a...
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Immediate placement and functional loading of implants on canine with fixed partial denture for a patient having canine protected occlusion: a case report

Hong JW, Ahn SG, Leem DH, Seo JM

Conventional implant protocols required a load-free healing period of three to six months between placement and functional loading of the implants. Many efforts have been made to minimize the duration...
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Effect of sociodemographic variables on complete denture satisfaction

Singh BP, Pradhan KN, Tripathi A, Tua R, Tripathi S

PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of sociodemographic factors on quality of satisfaction towards denture treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One hundred subjects (filling inclusion criteria) who...
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Influence of modification in core building procedure on fracture strength and failure patterns of premolars restored with fiber post and composite core

Kim YH, Lee JH

PURPOSE: The influence of the modified process in the fiber-reinforced post and resin core foundation treatment on the fracture resistance and failure pattern of premolar was tested in this study. MATERIALS...
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Effect of fiber reinforcement on impact strength of heat polymerized polymethyl methacrylate denture base resin: in vitro study and SEM analysis

Mowade TK, Dange SP, Thakre MB, Kamble VD

PURPOSE: The aim of this in-vitro investigation was to describe the effect of reinforcement with different fibers on impact strength of heat polymerized polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) denture base resin and...
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Comparative evaluation of sodium hypochlorite and microwave disinfection on dimensional stability of denture bases

Nirale RM, Thombre R, Kubasad G

PURPOSE: To compare the effect of sodium hypochlorite and microwave disinfection on the dimensional stability of denture bases without and with relining. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A brass die was prepared by...
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Effect of loading time on the survival rate of anodic oxidized implants: prospective multicenter study

Kim SG, Yun PY, Park HS, Shim JS, Hwang JW, Kim YK

PURPOSE: The purpose of this prospective study was to evaluate the effect of early loading on survival rate or clinical parameter of anodic oxidized implants during the 12-month postloading period. MATERIALS...
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A morphometric analysis of maxillary central incisor on the basis of facial appearance in Korea

Ku JE, Yang HS, Yun KD

PURPOSE: We aimed to identify a more esthetic width-to-length ratio by analyzing maxillary central incisor of Korean adult population. Information regarding tooth ratio in the Korean population may be useful...
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Relationship between articulation paper mark size and percentage of force measured with computerized occlusal analysis

Qadeer S, Kerstein R, Kim RJ, Huh JB, Shin SW

PURPOSE: Articulation paper mark size is widely accepted as an indicator of forceful tooth contacts. However, mark size is indicative of contact location and surface area only, and does not...
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The effect of different fiber reinforcements on flexural strength of provisional restorative resins: an in-vitro study

Kamble VD, Parkhedkar RD, Mowade TK

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the flexural strength of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) and bis-acryl composite resin reinforced with polyethylene and glass fibers. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Three groups...
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