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Prosthetic rehabilitation of partially edentulous patient after maxillectomy: A case report

Heo KH, Lim YJ, Kim MJ, Kwon HB

Patients undergone partial maxillectomy experience post-operative masticatory, phonetic, and swallowing difficulties. They also encounter social and psychological challenges due to changes in their facial appearances. Thus, functional and esthetic recovery...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation without changing the vertical dimension in patient with worn dentition

Kim M, Kim N, Jang HW, Lee YS

Although physiologic abrasion in normal range need not to be corrected, when hard tissue of teeth are worn abnormally fast, it can cause severe damage and destroy esthetics and, functional...
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Implant supported fixed prosthesis for complete edentulous maxilla with severe alveolar ridge resorption: A case report

Choi YJ, Lee JH, Jhin MJ

Implant fixed prosthesis for the complete edentulous maxilla provides significant benefits in the aspects of functions and esthetics compared with the conventional denture. Implant supported fixed prosthesis are totally supported...
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Rehabilitation of edentulous maxilla with implant-supported milled bar overdenture using CAD/CAM customized abutment: A case report

Ji W, Chang JS, Kwon JH, Kim S

In patients with fully edentulous maxilla, fabrication of implant-supported overdenture can be a viable treatment option, when a minimum of six implants were strategically placed. Among several attachment systems used...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severely worn dentition using monolithic zirconia prosthesis: A clinical report

Kim TY, Han JS, Kim SH, Yeo IS, Lee JB

Excessive occlusal wear causes loss of tooth structure, occlusal plane disharmony, impaired function and esthetic problems. Although the decrease of occlusal vertical dimension may be compensated by the growth of...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in a severe worn dentition with vertical dimension gaining: A case report

Kim JS, Lee JH, Jhin MJ

The progressive attrition of teeth is a normal process by aging. However, excessive tooth wear with decreased vertical dimension of occlusion and collapse of occlusal plane may cause pathologic pulpal...
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Prosthetic rehabilitation of marginal mandibulectomized patient using implant-supported removable partial denture

Baek CH, Heo SJ, Koak JY, Kim SK, Park JM

Surgical management of oral cancer results in compromised masticatory and swallowing function which affects patient in social and psychological aspects due to reduced phonetic ability and facial deformity, thus, it...
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An in vitro study of mesenchymal stem cell proliferation on titanium discs coated with rhTGF-β2/PLGA by electrospray

Kim J, Kim SK, Heo SJ, Koak JY, Lee WS, Lee JH, Park JM

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study is to identify the effect of mesenchymal stem cell proliferation on recombinant human transforming growth factor-beta (rhTGF-β2) / poly (D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) (PLGA) treated titanium discs...
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The non-linear FEM analysis of different connection lengths of internal connection abutment

Lee YS, Kang KT, Han DH

PURPOSE: This study is aimed to assess changes of stress distribution dependent on different connection lengths and placement of the fixture top relative to the ridge crest. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The...
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Retrospective study on marginal bone loss around maxillary anterior implants with or without bone graft

Hwang HS, Jung JH, Kim YL

PURPOSE: This study is to evaluate the clinical significance of implantation with simultaneous bone graft by comparing the marginal bone loss around maxillary anterior implants with or without bone graft MATERIALS...
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Comparison of marginal and internal fit of zirconia abutments with titanium abutments in internal hexagonal implants

Kim YH, Cho HW

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the fit accuracy of two zirconia and titanium abutments in internal hexagonal implants. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One titanium abutment and two zirconia...
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