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Volume 38, Issue 2 - Jun 2016
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A Finite element stress analysis of abutment screw according to the implant abutment material
Kim, Nam-Sic ; Lee, Myung-Kon ; Hong, Min-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 38, issue 1, 2016, Pages 1~6
DOI : 10.14347/kadt.2016.38.1.1
Purpose: The present study was to determine the stress distribution of an abutment screw according to implant abutment material. Methods: This study was a tightening torque 10 Ncm, 20 Ncm, set to 30 Ncm, and a titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V), PEEK (polyetheretherketone), Endoligns (60% Carbon Fiber Reinforced PEEK) material of the custom abutment titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) the stress distribution in the material of the abutment screw will be evaluated by the finite element analysis. Results: Abutment screw most stress has been concentrated on the interface between the fixture and the abutment was also part of the interface that the threads are started. Depending on the abutment of the abutment screw Material von Mises stress values are shown differently. 10Ncm T10 under the tightening torque of 294.2 MPa, P10 is 562.8 MPa, appeared to E10 is 295.8 MPa, 20Ncm tightening torque under T20 is 581.1 MPa, P20 is 1125 MPa, E20 was shown to 585.1 MPa, 30Ncm tightening torque under T30 is 918.2 MPa, P30 is 1795 MPa, E30 has appeared 925.1 MPa. Conclusion: If the abutment is used as Endoligns, it was confirmed that the abutment screw exhibits of von Mises stress value is similar to the titanium alloy abutment.
A Study on The Dental field of Present Health Insurance for custom-made Prosthetic implant by Dental technicians
Lee, Heekyung ; Cho, Mihyang ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 38, issue 1, 2016, Pages 9~22
DOI : 10.14347/kadt.2016.38.1.9
Purpose: The Purpose of this study are to describe the Dental field of present health insurance for custom-made prosthetic implant by dental technicians' work. Results: A total of 300 dental technicians working at dental laboratories in Korea were randomly selected and surveyed, 206(68.7%) of them were used for the statistical analysis. Conclusion: Average daily working time was 10 hours 66%. The average cumulative credit of the clinic for dental prosthesis fabrication rates was Less than 10 million won(21.8%), 10~80 million won(11.7%), more than one hundred million won(1.5%). Remake dental prosthesis was one more than the monthly average of 98.5%. Causes of remake dental prosthesis was dentist impression 83% but did not pay 62.5%. Dental technicians Implant production period was 7 days(48.5%), 10 days(35%) was commissioned by dentists production time is 5 days(46.1%), 7 days(36.5%). President of dental laboratories 3.86 points and dental technicians 3.06 points knew differently about starting of implant health insurance coverage(p<.001). They alike were in favor of insurance coverage for the implant. Dental technicians were lower by 2.36 points for work do you know whether your health insurance application of dental prostheses. Dental technicians are 2.16 points on whether confidence in the pores payment of insurance coverage dental prosthesis, dental laboratory president was lower by 1.85 points. They are very low with 1.97 points on whether confidence in the rate payment of health insurance coverage dental prosthesis(p<.01). The implant prosthesis abutment selected, the abutments designed, design of the implant upper prosthetic, the upper prosthetic fitting dental technicians participate of dental laboratory president showed higher score (p <.05). Conclusion: Hours of dental technicians were making this short period of remake dental prosthesis-related dental prosthesis. Dental clinic and a detailed representation of the dental prosthodontic fabrication request is required for communication between the laboratory in order to reduce the remake of a dental prosthesis, dental insurance coverage written dental prosthodontic fabrication request should be legislated. Implant classification standard medical practice 1-3 Step conduct a thorough costing a total of no. 73 of the correct classification standard medical practice in addition to eight times defined by the act of dental technicians should be defined.
A Study on Operational Status and Management Satisfaction of Dental Laboratories
park, Jong-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 38, issue 1, 2016, Pages 23~36
DOI : 10.14347/kadt.2016.38.1.23
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to suggest direction for dental technicians and management of dental laboratories to contribute to the improvement of oral health of citizens with high-quality dental prosthesis by researching operational status and management satisfaction of dental laboratories. Methods: In order to investigate operational status and management satisfaction of dental laboratories, this study conducted a questionnaire survey by mailing questionnaires to heads of dental laboratories designated as clinical training workshops of Department of Dental Technology of G University and a total of 158 questionnaires were used for analysis. Results: As for gender, males were 142 persons (89.9%) and females were 16 persons (10.1%). For location of the laboratories, number of laboratories in metropolitan cities was 94 (59.5%) while small and that in mid-sized cities was 64 (40.5%). As for the satisfaction with job, those who have managed dental laboratories for 23-30 years (
), transact with 7-12 dental clinics (
), had monthly income of 4-8 million won (
) and had 8-10 employees (
) were the highest in their satisfaction. As for satisfaction with management, those who have managed their business for 15-20 years (
), transact with more than 20 dental clinics (
), had monthly income of less than 4 million won (
) and had less than 3 employees (
) were the highest in their satisfaction. As for monthly income, those with less than 2 million won were 24 persons (15.2%), 2-4 million were 64 persons (40.5%), 4-6 million were 40 (25.3%), 6-8 million were 14 (8.9%) and over 8 million won were 16 persons (10.2%). As for number of employees, those with less than 3 employees were 32perosns (20.3%), 4-7 were 82 (51.9%), 8-10 were 26 (16.5%) and more than 11 were 10 persons (6.3%). As for severance payment, 84 persons practiced it according to Labor Standard Act (53.2%) and 34 practice it to a proper degree (21.5%) while 20 did not practice it at all (12.7%) and 20 persons did not respond to the question (12.7%). Conclusion: Although dental laboratories have rapidly expanded in number from 473 in 1986 to 2,400 in 2015, dental technician circles are facing difficulty in their management due to fierce competition and low profitability. Therefore, in order to improve this problem, it is necessary to readjust prices for dental prosthesis to realistic ones.
Effects of life style on psychosomatic a subjective a symptoms of the dental technology students
Kwon, Soon-Suk ; Lee, Hye-Eun ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 38, issue 1, 2016, Pages 37~49
DOI : 10.14347/kadt.2016.38.1.37
Purpose: This research is performed through the analysis of the dental technology students' life-style factors of their daily lives that have a close relation with health, and the self-reported symptoms which are related to psychosomatic diseases, for the production of basic data for the change of life-styles and the development of educational programmes. Methods: This research has been performed through questionnaires from the beginning of October of 2014 till the end of November through the Dental Technology students of G-do, chosen by random sampling method after informed consent, where out of the 270 papers, 258 results were used for the analysis. Results: Firstly, the results of the research was as follows: Non-smokers accounted for 61.2%, student who did not do regular physical activities accounted for 50.4%, students who had sleeping hours of 6 to 7 hours accounted for 35.7%, students who eat snacks accounted for 63.2%, students who eat breakfast once to twice a week accounted for 30.6%, students who had an average number of drinks of once to twice a week accounted for 39.9%, and students with BMI of '
' accounted for 56.2%, being the highest. Secondly, in gender, smoking (p<.001), regular physical activity (p<.001), BMI (p<.001), eat snacks (p<.05), average number of drinks (p<.05), and of the health check-up, eat breakfast (p<.05), of the year level, eat snack (p<.01), BMI (p<.01), hours of sleep (p<.05), of major satisfaction, regular physical activity (p<.01), and BMI (p<.05), and there was a significant statistical difference, but there were no significant statistical difference in religion. Thirdly, of the bodily self-reported symptoms of the correlation analysis within the life-style variables and the self-reported symptoms, multiple subjective symptoms (I), respiratory (A), eye and skin (B), and digestive organs (C) were the highest in the correlation analysis with regular physical activity (p<.01), and of mental health, impulsiveness (H), mental instability (J), and depression (K) showed highest results in correlation analysis with regular physical activity (p<.01, p<.05), lie scale (L) and irregular and life (G) with eat breakfast (p<.01), and aggressiveness (F) with BMI (p<.01), showed highest results in correlation analysis. Fourthly of the Dental technology students' bodily self-reported symptoms, life-style factors which had a statistically significant effect appeared to be regular physical activity (p<.001) and BMI (p<.05), and of the mental self-reported symptoms, causes that did not have statistically significant effect appeared to be regular physical activity (p<.05) and eat breakfast (p<.05). Conclusion: This research concludes that in order to develop correct life-style habits for health promotion and reduce self-reported symptoms related to the Dental Technology students' diseases, education for the recognition of the necessity of self health promotion must be conducted, and a education programme scheme for the Dental technology curriculum for practicing the correct life-style habits in daily life is required.
Eating habits Attributes and oral health behaviors Relating to the Maxillary Anterior Teeth Color
Lee, Hye-Eun ; Kwon, Soon Suk ; Pak, Yeon-Kyung ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 38, issue 1, 2016, Pages 51~61
DOI : 10.14347/kadt.2016.38.1.51
Purpose: This study was conducted to find oral health and eating attributes relating to the maxillary anterior teeth color and examine the meaning. Methods: This study aims to prepare the basic data of the teeth color by measuring analyze mode using the color of the maxillary anterior teeth(maxillary central incisor, lateral incisor, canine) of the dental patients as the dental colorimeter. Also, This researcher explained the purpose of this study to dental patients and got agreement of 111 patients(50 men and 61 women). We conducted the survey from 2 March to 25 May, 2015. So the color of total 333 teeth was examined, and eating habit attributes and oral health behaviors were researched. Results: Lightness(L) was significantly high in female compared to male(12, p<0.05), the more often intake of red pepper paste decreased(11, 13) lightness. and the brightness of the 31-40 age group was significantly higher(12, p<0.05) than the group under the age of 20. Red chroma(a) was significantly low in over 50 age group compared to the group under the age of 20(12, p<0.05), and the red chroma(a) of the "received periodic scaling" group was significantly lower(13, p<0.01) than the other group.