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  • Load response of the natural tooth and dental implant: A comparative biomechanics study. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Adv Prosthodont 2019; 11(3):169-178
  • Robinson D, Aguilar L, … Ackland D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Occlusal loading of the natural tooth results in lower stress-strain magnitudes in the underlying alveolar bone than those associated with a dental implant of matched occlusal anatomy. The PDL may function to mitigate axial and bending stress intensities resulting from off-centered occlusal loads. The findings may be useful in dental implant design, restoration material selection, and surgical planning.
  • Synergistic alveolar bone resorption by diabetic AGEs and mechanical forces. [Journal Article]
  • JPJ Periodontol 2019 Jul 11
  • Moon JS, Lee SY, … Kim SH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overloaded MF and AGEs metabolites may synergistically aggravate AB destruction by upregulating CSF-1 and VEGF. Therefore, regulating the compressive overloading of teeth, as well as the levels of diabetic AGEs, may prove to be an effective therapeutic modality for managing DM-induced alveolar bone destruction. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Difficulties in the diagnosis of periapical translucencies and in the classification of cemento-osseous dysplasia. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMC Oral Health 2019 Jul 10; 19(1):139
  • Brody A, Zalatnai A, … Dobo-Nagy C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Differentiation of endodontic and non-endodontic origin of radiolucency and distinguishing it from anatomical landmarks by appropriate clinical evaluation and using vitality testing can give an opportunity to prevent unnecessary endodontic treatment. The current categories of cemento-osseous dysplasia classification do not cover the early stage of a hereditary florid form of cemento-osseous dysplasia. Instead of anatomical location of the lesion, clinical and genetic features may be recommended as parameters of cemento-osseous dysplasia classification.
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