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173,465 results
  • Dynamic focal plane estimation for dental panoramic radiography. [Journal Article]
    Med Phys 2019Kim S, Ra JB
  • The digital panoramic radiography is widely used in dental clinics and provides the anatomical information of the intraoral structure along the predefined arc-shaped path. Since the intraoral structure varies depending on the patient, however, it is nearly impossible to design a common and static focal path or plane fitted to the dentition of all patients. In response, we introduce an imaging alg…
  • Active tactile sensibility of three-unit implant-supported FPDs versus natural dentition. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Exp Dent 2019; 11(7):e636-e641Negahdari R, Ghavimi M, … Bohlouli S
  • CONCLUSIONS: In multi-unit implant-supported prostheses the tactile perception of the prosthesis that are placed on fixtures is similar to the natural teeth. In pontic areas there are significant statistical and clinical differences, with much lower tactile sensibility in pontics compared to the natural teeth. Key words:Active tactile sensibility, dental implants, interdental perception, osseoperception.
  • Dentin dysplasia Type I: A rare case report. [Case Reports]
    J Oral Maxillofac Pathol 2019 May-Aug; 23(2):309Akhil Jose EJ, Palathingal P, … Thachil JM
  • Dentin dysplasia (DD) is an uncommon developmental disturbance affecting dentin, resulting in enamel with atypical dentin formation and abnormal pulpal morphology. Type I (radicular) and Type II (coronal) are the two types of DD. Type I is more common, and both types include single or multiple teeth in primary and permanent dentition. Combinations of both types have also been described in literat…
  • Removable appliances to correct anterior crossbites in the mixed dentition: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
    Acta Odontol Scand 2019; :1-8Khalaf K, Mando M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A fixed appliance was more cost-effective than a removable appliance in the correction of an anterior crossbite with a functional shift. There was no significant difference in terms of quality of life, pain intensity or long-term stability between the two appliances. On the other hand, both a removable appliance and cemented bite-pads were equally effective in the correction of an anterior dental crossbite without having any side effect.
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