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Full mouth rehabilitation in patient with loss of vertical dimension and deep bite due to worn dentition

Nam KH, Park PK, Kim HK, Kang JK

Gradual occlusal attrition is a normal process of aging. However, severe attrition causes pathogenic pulp, occlusal disharmony, functional disorder and esthetic problems. Alteration of vertical dimension should be considered for...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation by immediate implantation combined with orthognathic surgery: a clinical report

Ahn HR, Heo JY, Kim CH, Hwang HS, Kim BJ

Clinical therapy that combines full-mouth rehabilitation with immediate implantation and orthognathic surgery poses a challenge to prosthodontists. This clinical report describes a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of...
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Using implants for worn dentition with the altered vertical dimension of occlusion based on shortened dental arch concept: a case report

Lee JH, Kim TS, Lee CW, Lee WS, Lee SY

Excessive occlusal wear can result in unacceptable damage to the residual teeth structure, anterior guidance and masticatory function. An 86-year-old man presented with worn dentition and anterior deep bite due...
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Implant-retained overdentures with pre-fabricated bar attachment system in edentulous patients

So NY, Hong YG, Ha SR

Edentulous patients with severe alveolar bone resorption have trouble with using traditional complete denture. In order to overcome these problems, implant-retained overdenture was developed. SFI-bar(R) system can save time and...
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Maxillofacial rehabilitation of hemi-maxillectomy patient using a closed hollow bulb obturator fabricated by one-step polymerization technique: a clinical report

Sim JH, Kim MK, Han JS, Lee JB, Kim SH, Yeo IS

The maxillary defects lead to anatomical and functional deformity of the maxillofacial region. As far as functions are concerned, such defects can produce difficulty in speech, mastication, and deglutition. Obturator...
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Reconstruction of implant prostheses under infraocclusion: a case report

Kim J, Paek J, Noh K, Kim HS, Woo YH

Implant has been an effective treatment option for the patients with oligodontia. However, it still remains unclear when the implant should be placed. Skeletal growth that can appear even after...
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Prosthetic restoration of a partially edentulous patient using double crowns: a clinical report

Park M, Kim HS, Kwon KR, Woo YH, Pae A

In removable dental prostheses, it is important to minimize impairment of residual tissue caused by wearing dentures. There are two factors that harm residual tissue. The first is functional load...
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Fractal analysis of peri-implant bone density surrounding implant with different state of antagonist

Kim JH, Lee JI

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to know whether there is significant difference of peri-implant bone density according to the state of antagonist region. MATERIALS AND METHODS: 51 patients who...
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Accuracy of spring-style and friction-style mechanical implant torque wrench

Cha DH, Oh SC

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the accuracy of two different styles of mechanical implant torque wrenches before and after sterilization and repeated use. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Thirty...
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A study of lower facial change according to facial type when virtually vertical dimension increases

Kim NW, Lee GC, Moon CH, Bae JY, Kim JY

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of increased vertical dimension of occlusion on lower facial changes by facial type. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Lateral cephalograms from 261...
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