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  • Technique to Fabricate Hollow Maxillary Complete Denture Using 3D Printed Template. [Journal Article]
    J Prosthodont 2020Shah RJ, Lagdive SB, … Cherian S
  • Severely resorbed residual alveolar ridges is a challenge in rehabilitation with removable complete dentures. Increased inter-arch space may result in increased height of maxillary and/or mandibular dentures with corresponding increase in weight, which may compromise retention and resistance of denture and ultimately, success of the removable prosthesis. There are many techniques and materials de…
  • Masking a Metal Cast Post and Core Using High Opacity e.max Ceramic Coping: A Case Report. [Case Reports]
    J Int Soc Prev Community Dent 2019 Nov-Dec; 9(6):646-651Alshouibi E, Alaqil F
  • Advancements in dental biomaterials have led to the introduction and application of ceramic-based restorations in dental practice. Currently, ceramic restorations are used in crowns and fixed partial dentures. The optical properties of ceramic restorations are comparable to natural teeth in terms of light scattering and transmission. However, the translucency of ceramic restorations could be a li…
  • [Gnathology in implant-supported fixed restoration in edentulous mandible]. [Journal Article]
    Hua Xi Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 2020; 38(1):30-36Yu WQ, Li XQ, … Xu X
  • CONCLUSIONS: In implant-supported fixed restoration at edentulous mandibular, when maxillary includes the removable partial denture, degree of occlusal instability and left and right asymmetry of occlusion center are greater than those with the natural dentition and implant-supported fixed denture at maxillary. The myoelectricity is closely related to occlusion. The removable partial denture can increase the myoelectric activity and reduce the potential of the masticatory muscle. The asymmetry of bilateral myoelectricity is related to the occlusion imbalance.
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