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Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology
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Volume 6, Issue 1 - May 1984
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A Study on the Effect of the Wax Extension Method of Posterior Palatal Seal on the Vertical Occlusal Change of Processed Dentures
Oh, Sea-Yoon ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 5~10
This experimental study was performed to investigate the effect of the wax extension method of posterior palatal seal area, introduced by Vig, on the amount of the vertical occlusal change of processed dentures. Twenty samples of maxillary wax trial dentures were constructed. Among them, the posterior palatall seal of ten samples were extended with wax over the posterior wall of the cast while that of the other ten were not. Then all were processed with self-curing resin and the amount of the vertical occlusal change was compared. The obtained result was that this method was proved to be effective in reducing the amount of the vertical occlusal change occuring in denure proccsing.
A Study of Cervical Margin Distortion in Preheating Method during Soldering
Kim, Won-Tai ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 11~14
The auther performed this experimental study on cervical margin distortion in preheating method during soldering. 1. In soldering methods, the method using the furnace has less distortion than the method using open-flame and longer the bridge spon, the larger the distortions. 2. Table Ⅰ Showed that buccal margin, lingual margin, mesial margin and distal margin had respectively 0.01mm, 0.02mm, 0.03mm, 0.03mm closer adaptation in 3 unit bridge than in 5 unit bridges. 3. Table II showed that buccal margin, lingual margin, mesial margin and distal margin had respectively 0.06mm, 0.07mm, 0.11mm, 0.05mm closer adaptation in 3 unit bridge than in 5 unit bridges.
A Study of Complete Denture Stability
Lee, Jai-Youl ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 15~18
A denture that shifts easily in response to latterally applied forces can cause a disruption in the border seal or prevent the denture base from Correctly relating to the supporting tissue. The factors that Contribute to stability include ridge height and conformation, base adaptation, residual ridge relationships, occlusion harmony, and Muscle control. These factors can be condensed into the following categories; 1. The relationship of the denture base to the underlying tissue. 2. The relationship of occlusal harmony. 3. The relationship of the denture surface and border to the surrounding muscle. 4. The location of artificial tooth.
Effect of Two Variables on the Casting Ability of Some Nonpercious Alloys for Porcelain-Metal Restorations
Kim, Uoong-Chul ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 19~26
This Experimental study was performed to study the effect of the heat soaking and the diameter of pattern on the casting ability of three nonprecious alloys manufactured for porcelain-metal restorations, with respect to their ability to reproduce test pieces by casting over a selected range of uniform diameters. Samples of total 60 were constructed and divided into 6 groups according to the two variables, the diameter and the heat soaking. The completed cast samples were examined visually and measured with a caliper calibrated to 0.05mm. The results obtained were as follows: 1. Length cast was significantly related to the diameter to be cast, especially in the case of the marrowest diameter of 230m. 2. Length cast not significantly related to the heat soaking. 3. The completeness of casting was significantly related to the diameter to be cast, particularly in the case of the narrowest diameter of 230m. 4. The completeness of casting was not significantly related to the heat soaking. 5. All of the three nonprecious alloys used for this experiment were significantly different from an ideal alloy in the completeness of casting.
A Study of the Relationship of the Dental Midline to the Philtrum
Lee, Tae-Jung ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 27~30
This investigation was performed to study the relationship of the dental midline(an imaginary line between the centeal incisors) to the philtrum. 2,400 subjects with natural dentitions were examined. The group of the subjects was composed of 1,560 men and 840 women who had all of the upper and lower six anteriors and 0 to 4 missing teeth. Ages of the subjects ranged from 18 to 27 years. The obtained results were as follow: 1. The rates of the subjects whose philtrum and maxillary dental midline coincided was 64.92% and that of the subjects whose upper and lower dental midlines coincided was 29.17%and these rates are statistically significant, when compared respectively with those of the subjects whose philtrum and maxillary dental midline, and whose upper and lower dental midline's didn't coincide. 2. The difference between rates for the two sexes is not statistically significant. 3. Tooth missing significantly decreases the rates of the coincidence of the upper and lower dental midlines but its influence on the rates of coincidence of the dental midline to the philtrum is not significant.
A Study on Curriculum Development in the Dental Technology Department of a Vocational Junior College
Kim, Joo-Tae ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 31~86
The educational purpose of a junior college is believed to be to effectively train and produce professional workers equipped with the knowledge and skills required in various technical fields of modern society. Since dental technology takes its share of an important role through the enhancement of people's health and the construction of a whlfare society, the prosthodontia department is imposed with a great responsibility to train highly skilled, responsible dental technicians who will meet the social demands. To attain this goal, those who are in charge of the training and education should place emphasis on the development of better educational programs. In other words, the present curriculum which is lacking in many comprehensive aspects, is not satisfactory to provide the students with the required know-how and qualities. As is known, a currculum is the detailed guidance to the efficient operation of an educational program, and that of dental technology is not an exception. In addition, dental technology requires very detailed programs in training, because it requires both diversified and comprehensive application of serveral different fields. The following are the main points to be taken into consideration in developing an effective curriculum for this department. 1. The curriculum should be gradually expanded so that the fundamental subjects will contain principal theories which can be directly applied to the specified majoring subjects. 2. An effective arrangement of time tables should be provided so that basic practice and experiments can be conducted in direct connection with the leatures on the basic theories. 3. For a creative and up-to-date curriculum to help cope with the problems in achieving the aims of technological development and scientific education, intensive and extensive studies should be done on the curricula developed in the advanced countries. 4. The specific majoring subjects should be rearranged to contain new theories which are beneficial to dental technology. As an institution which is spearheaded for ondustrial-educational cooperation, the Junior collegeis role demands that the department should make every possible effect to cultivate highly-skilled technicisns. The following suggestions are made to help work out an ideal curriculum. 1. The basic theory subjects should be selected with consideration toward closely related majoring subjects. 2. The curriculum should be efficiently operated to effectively relate theories with experiments. 3. Subject importance must be rearranged ; It has been found that the ideal proportion of cultural, elective and required subjects is 20%, 20% and 60% respectively. 4. The credit allotments should be reconsidered: The total credits required for completion should preferably be 80; 16 for the cultural and the elective subjects respectively and 48 for the required subject. 5. A Commissioned education system should be formalized for strengthening industrial educational cooperation. 6. Experiments and practice should be intensified with the support of improved laboratory facilities. 7. The training period should be expanded form the present two years to three of four years, in order to produce more highly qualified technicians.
"ODDOS"S Hinge Action Clasp Techniques
Han, Guk-Nam ;
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 87~89
도재-금속보철물의 기공제작 과정 중 도재의 축성 및 소성 - Biobond porcelain을 중심으로 -
Journal of Korean Acedemy of Dental Technology, volume 6, issue 1, 1984, Pages 91~102