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Full mouth rehabilitation of edentulous patient with fixed implant prosthesis

Shin HH, Kim JJ, Baik J, Cha HS, Lee JH

There are various treatment options such as conventional complete denture, hybrid prosthesis and implant-supported fixed prosthesis for fully edentulous patients. In case of implant-supported fixed prosthesis, compared to removable prosthesis,...
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Full mouth rehabilitation with implant-supported fixed prosthesis via dental CAD-CAM system

Hong JM, Han JS, Yoon HI, Yeo ISL

Dental implants should be placed at ideal sites for implant-supported restorations. For a patient with insufficient residual ridge, mouth preparation including surgical intervention can be indicated to establish a soft...
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Relationship between inter-condylar width and inter-maxillary first molar width

Oh SC, Kong HJ

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between inter-condylar width and inter-maxillary first molar width to present the criteria for prosthetic reconstruction of dental arch width...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of fully edentulous patient with implant-supported fixed prosthesis preceding bone graft: A case report

An JN, Lee JJ, Seo JM, Kim KA

Prosthetic treatment using implants in fully edentulous patients includes implant-supported fixed prosthesis, implant hybrid prosthesis, implant retained- or supported-overdenture and implant supported fixed prosthesis has advantages such as psychological stability,...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of mandibular edentulous patient using implant hybrid prosthesis

Kim HS, Kim SH, Oh N

In edentulous patients, the advantages of prosthodontic therapy using oral implants include both stability and comfort. Advantages suggested for this approach include the prevention of mandibular bone resorption and increased...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of fully edentulous patient using implant hybrid prosthesis

Park SY, Kim YY, Park WH, Lee YS

Loss of teeth may not only imply impaired oral function and loss of alveolar bone but is also often accompanied by reduced self-confidence. This results in a larger problem with...
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Full mouth implant rehabilitation with double scanning of provisional restoration

Yang DH, Yang HS, Park SW, Lim HP, Yun KD, Vang MS

It is important to produce a provisional restoration reflecting the patient's jaw relation, occlusal plane, lip support, shape of teeth, and occlusion type for fully edentulous patients before making a...
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The Implant Retained Overdenture by Locator Attachments on the Edentulous Mandible: A Case Report

Kim KK, Sung HM

  • KMID: 2317608
  • Soonchunhyang Med Sci.
  • 2011 Jun;17(1):37-41.
Over the past decades, conventional complete dentures were used for various patients although they have incomplete function. Overdenture using dental implants could help the improvement of denture function. In this...
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A comparison of the masticatory function between two different types of implant supported prostheses and complete denture for fully edentulous patients

Lee JH, Kim WH, Shin RH, Lee KW

  • KMID: 2321750
  • J Korean Acad Prosthodont.
  • 2008 Dec;46(6):591-601.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: The improvement in oral function and comfort from the dental implant appears to depend on the particular type of implant support used with the denture. The number...
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