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Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science
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Korean Academy of Stomatognathic Function and Occlusion
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Volume 26, Issue 4 - Dec 2010
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Effect of the Number and Location of Implants on the Stress Distribution in Three-unit Fixed Partial Denture: A Three-Dimensional Finite Element Analysis
Lee, Woo-Hyun ; Lim, Jong-Hwa ; Cho, In-Ho ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 221~239
Bone loss may occur depending on the loading conditions. careful treatment planning and prosthetic procedures are very important factors for the proper distribution of stress. Evaluate the stress distributions according to numbers and location of implants in three-unit fixed partial dentures. A mandible missing the right second premolar, first molar and second molar was modeled. Using the CT data. we modeled a mandible with a width of 15mm, a height of 20mm and a length of 30mm, 2mm-thickness cortical bone covering cancellous bone mallow. An internal type implant and A solid type abutment was used. A model with 3 implants placed in a straight line, offset 1.5 mm buccally, offset 1.5 mm lingually and another model with 3 implants offset in the opposite way were prepared. And models with 2 implants were both end support models, a mesial cantilever model and a distal cantilever model. Three types of loading was applied; a case where 155 N was applied solely on the second premolar, a case where 206 N was applied solely on the second molar and a case where 155 N was applied on the first premolar and 206 N was applied on the first and second molar. For all the cases, inclined loads of 30 degrees were applied on the buccal cusps and vertical loads were applied on the central fossas of the teeth. Finite element analysis was carried out for each case to find out the stress distribution on bones and implants. This study has shown that prostheses with more implants caused lower stress on bones and implants, no matter what kind of load was applied. Furthermore, it was found out that inclined loads applied on implants had worse effects than vertical loads. Therefore, it is believed that these results should be considered when placing implants in the future.
Fracture Resistance of Low Invasive Fixed Partial Dentures
Choi, Jong-In ; Kim, Yu-Lee ; Shin, Chang-Yong ; Dong, Jin-Keun ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 241~251
This study aims at contributing to the restorative dentistry by examining results in the vertical load test of four different low invasive fixed partial dentures. Based on a hypothesis on the right upper first molar is missing, three units of FPDs were made for the second premolar and the second molar abutment. that is, twelve metal dies and FPDs were made for resin bonded FPD and Two Key Bridges and Human Bridge without occlusal rest and Human Bridge with occlusal rest. By using universal test machine, the numerical maximum value were recorded during the vertical load test of each FPDs after the bonding process treated by Maxcem which is resin cement. The failure process and its result of prosthesis were also observed. The maximum load was 7,295 N, 4,729 N, 2,190 N, 3,073 N from groups of resin bonded FPD, Two Key Bridge, Human Bridge without occlusal rest and Human Bridge with occlusal rest respectively. There was a statistical significance among the groups of resin bonded FPD, Two Key Bridge and Human Brides. However, there was no significant difference between Human Bridge without occlusal rest and Human Bridge with occlusal rest. Regarding the failure of prosthesis, the groups of Resin Bonded FPD and Two Key Bridge showed that one of the abutment teeth in the both side of retention part was highly failed earlier than the other one (83.2% and 66.6% respectively). While, Human Bridge without occlusal rest and Human Bridge with occlusal rest showed high percentage of failure in the abutment teeth in the both side of retention part at the same time (91.6% and 58.3% respectively). This study demonstrates that the group of Human Bridges has low resistance to the vertical loads of low invasive FPDs in comparison with the groups of resin bonded FPD and Two Key Bridge. Nevertheless, the maximum occlusal load of the restorative position, resistance to diverse restoration failure, amount of tooth reduction and patients' cooperation should be considered when they are applied in the clinic in order to choose an appropriate restoration for each patient.
Effect of Conditioning Methods on the Shear Bond Strength of Veneering composite on Zirconia Ceramic
Nam, Hyun-Seok ; Song, Kwang-Yeob ; Ahn, Seung-Geun ; Park, Ju-Mi ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 253~264
The purpose of this study is to know whether Yttrium-stabilized-tetragonal -zirconia-polycrystal(Y-TZP ceramic) gets enough shear bond strength for clinical uses by applying veneering composite resin through surface treatment on it and finally to compare it with the case of applying veneering porcelain. LavaTM zirconia frameworks(3M ESPE, Seefeld, Germany) were prepared. Group P was manufactured with LavaTM Ceram(3M ESPE, Seefeld, Germany) in cylindrical shape which has 4mm diameter, 5mm height. Group ZSR disposed sandblasting and applied silane, bonding agent and after that indirect composite resin was applied. Group ZRR got tribochemical coating by RocatecTM system(3M ESPE. Seefeld, Germany) and treated silane. Finally Group ZPR took the same treatment and applied LavaTM Ceram in the size of 0.3-0.5mm height. After burning out, sandblasting, HF and silane was applied. And then, indirect composite resin was applied. 1000 cycle thermocycling was performed in
and shear bond strength was measured. There were no significant differences between combining veneering porcelain to Y-TZP ceramic group and combining veneering resin to Y-TZP ceramic group in the aspect of shear bond strength (p>.05).
Comparison of Shade Changes According to Dry/Wet Condition of Tooth using Intra-Oral Colorimeter
Choi, Mee-Ra ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 265~271
One of the most important aspect of esthetic dentistry is shade selection. Alterations to perception of color can occur as a result of numerous factors, including light source, tooth surface texture, observer's ability, surrounding colors, the angle of observation, light and dark adaptation and others. During the clinical procedures, tooth might be in dry or semi-dry condition. The purpose of this study was to compare the shade changes in wet and dry conditions of natural tooth. Groups of measurement are an initial wet condition as control, dry in 10seconds, 1 minute, 5minutes and 30seconds air dry. Using Shadeeye, color difference(
) between measurements were analyzed and there were significant differences between groups. But most of the differneces were <3.7
unit. Such differences are below the threshold for perceivable color mismathces in intraoral condition. Shade selection with an intraoral colorimeter could be changes in dry and wet condition but there might be no significant differences in visual color mathing.
Detorque Values of Various Compatible Dental Implant Screws
Lee, Ju-Ri ; Lee, Dong-Hwan ; Hwang, Jae-Woong ; Choi, Jung-Han ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 273~283
This study evaluated the effect of 3 different compatible screws on the detorque values in a multiple implant-supported superstructure and single implant abutments. An implant superstructure directly connected to 4 implants was screwed to 6 experimental dental stone casts made by acrylic resin splinted impressions, using 20 Ncm. The detorque values of screws were measured twice. Three compatible abutment screws used in this study were TorqTite screw, Gold-Tite screw, and, Titanium screw. And, using single implant abutments (GoldAdapt Engaging abutments), the detorque values of 3 different screws were measured twice on 2 implants of 5 experimental casts. According to statistical analysis of detorque values using mixed model at a .05 level of significance, no statistically significant differences among 3 different compatible screws were found in a multiple implant-supported superstructure (p>0.05). But, in single implant abutments, statistically significant differences among 3 different compatible screws were found (p=0.0175). The detorque values of TorqTite(p=0.0462) and Titanium(p=0.0348) screws were significantly higher than those of Gold-Tite screw, but no statisticantly significantlydifferences were found between TorqTite and Titanium screws(p>0.05). Therefore, various compatible screws showed significant effects on the detorque values for single implant abutment, but, showed no significant effects for a multiple implant-supported superstructure.
Development of Dental Light Robotic System using Image Processing Technology
Moon, Hyun-Il ; Kim, Myoung-Nam ; Lee, Kyu-Bok ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 285~296
Robot-assisted illuminating equipment based on image-processing technology was developed and then its accuracy was measured. The current system was designed to detect facial appearance using a camera and to illuminate it using a robot-assisted system. It was composed of a motion control component, a light control component and an image-processing component. Images were captured with a camera and following their acquisition the images that showed motion change were extracted in accordance with the Adaboost algorithm. Following the detection experiment for the oral cavity of patients based on image-processing technology, a higher degree of the facial recognition was obtained from the frontal view and the light robot arm was stably controlled.
Fracture Analysis of Implant Components using Scanning Electron Microscope - Part I : Implant Fixture
Lim, Kwang-Gil ; Kim, Dae-Gon ; Cho, Lee-Ra ; Park, Chan-Jin ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 297~309
The objective of the present study was to perform a fracture analysis on fractured implant fixture after use in vivo and make clear the cause & mechanisms of failure. In case of fatigue fracture, the fractured surface represents fatigue striation. Fatigue striation indicate the progression of the crack front under cyclic loading, are characteristic of stage 2 crack growth. The site of crack initiation and stage 1 crack growth were not easily identified in any of the failure, presumably because of the complex microstructural features of the polycrystalline sample. In case of fractured by overload, dimpled or cleavage surface were observed. Using the interpretation of characteristic markings(ratchet mark, fatigue striation, dimple, cleavage et al) in fracture surfaces, failure events containing the crack origin, crack propagation, material deficiency could be understand.
Shear Bond Strength of Resin Cements on the IPS e.max Press
Lee, Kyung-Eun ; Kim, Yu-Lee ; Shin, Chang-Yong ; Dong, Jin-Keun ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 311~322
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the bond strengths between IPS e.max Press and four different types of resin cements that often used for esthetic restoration. Disc shaped IPS e.max Press blocks(N=40, diameter: 12mm, thickness: 3mm) were fabricated according to the manufacture's instruction and cleaned with ultrasonic cleaner. They were embedded into an autopolymerizing acrylic resin. Fourty cylinder shaped resin block(Filtek Z350, diameter: 4.5mm, thickness: 3mm) were fabricated using a plastic tube. Each specimens were randomly divided into 4 experimental group and bonded each other using 4 different resin cements(Variolink II(light-cure), Variolink II(dual-cure), Calibra, Super-Bond C&B) according to the manufactures' recommendations. All the specimens were stored in normal saline at
for 24 hours before test. Universal testing machine at a crosshead speed of 1mm/min was used to evaluate the shear bond strength. The data were statistically analyzed using one-way ANOVA(P<.01). Multiple comparison was done by the Tukey HSD test. The shear bond strength of Super-Bond C&B to e.max was significantly lower than those of Calibra, Variolink II(light-cure), Variolink II(dual-cure) (P<.01). The shear bond strength of Calibra, Variolink II(light-cure), Variolink II(dual-cure) to e.max were not significantly different. The shear bond strengths of light-cure/dual-cure cement were higher than that of self-cure cement.
Three Dimensional Comparative Study On The Accuracy Of Impression Technique Using New Impression Coping
Kim, Se-Ra ; Kim, In-Soo ; Park, Sung-Jae ; Lee, Byung-Ok ; Ko, Sok-Min ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 323~337
The objective of this study was to examine the availability of the new impression coping by comparing with conventional coping in implant pick-up impression technique. Five implant fixtures were installed on #14, 21, 23, 25, 27 in acrylic resin model. That model with 5 fixtures was standard model, which was divided 3 groups; using new flag type impression coping, conventional impression coping splinted with self-curing resin, conventional impression coping without splinting. We made metal circular cones for calculation 3-dimensional coordinates by attaching to implant fixtures or analogs. Three-dimensional relationships of each model were calculated. Data was analyzed by multiple ANOVA and Bonferroni. The accuracy of impression between using new flag type impression coping and conventional impression coping did not show differences in 3 - dimensional analysis.Within limitations of this study, the new flag type impression coping is available in implant pick-up impression technique.
Effect of Surface Treatments of on the Microtensile Bond Strength of Resin Composite to Composite after aging Conditions
Yoo, Min-Jin ; Her, Mi-Ja ; Kim, Hee-Lyang ; Yu, Mi-Kyung ; Lee, Kwang-Won ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 339~347
Enhancement of bond strength between new and old composite usually requires increasing the surface roughness to promote mechanical interlocking. This study evaluated the effect of different surface treatments on repair bond strength of resin composite after aging condition. Air abrasion with Al2O3, chairside silicacoating, and silanization provided higher resin-resin bond strength values compared to control group and HF group. Air abrasion is necessary to repair a resin restoration and additional application of silane seems to have good effects on bond strength.
A Case Report of Prosthetic Rehabilitation for Skeletal Class III Malocclusion Patient
Son, Mee-Kyoung ; Chung, Chae-Heon ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 349~357
Physical factors and intra- and extra-oral factors of a patient have to be considered in order to decide a treatment plan for the skeletal class III malocclusion patient. Most of cases, the pre-prosthodontic treatment requires the orthodontic approaches and maxillofacial surgery. However, in some cases, patients' economic or medical condition makes impracticable situation for the orthodontic or surgical intervention. For those cases, the compromised prosthetic treatment which provides more stable and persistent occlusal stabilization is recommended. In this case report, a woman patient has a skeletal class III maxillomandibular relationship and misses multiple teeth. The prosthetic treatment without orthodontic and surgical intervention is performed due to her physical problem. The functional and esthetic results are achieved by the fixed prosthesis.
Full mouth Rehabilitation with Orthognathic Surgery in Facial Asymmetry Patient : Case Report
Im, So-Min ; Shin, Hyoung-Joo ; Kim, Dae-Gon ; Park, Chan-Jin ; Cho, Lee-Ra ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 26, issue 3, 2010, Pages 359~371
Facial asymmetry has been found with a higher frequency (70~84%) in skeletal class III malocclusion patients. Anticipating the poor prognosis of prosthesis due to malocclusion, occlusal stability must be obtained by orthodontic treatment. Moreover, orthodontic surgery would be needed in some severe cases for better functional and esthetic results. The orthognathic surgery is performed on one jaw or two jaw depending on the results of facial diagnosis. Genioplasty may change the vertical, horizontal, sagittal position of chin by osteotomy or augmentation using implants, also. This case is about a 24 year-old male patient who visited our clinic to solve the facial asymmetry and mandibular prognathism. Skeletal class III malocclusion, maxillary canting and menton deviation to left by 13 mm were detected. Multiple ill-fitting prostheses, unesthetic maxillary anterior prostheses, and several dental caries were found. After pre-operative orthodontic treatment, Le-Fort I osteotomy, sagittal split ramus osteotomy, genioplasty, right mandibular angle augmentation were done for the correction of jaw relation and asymmetry. By diagnostic wax-up after post-operative orthodontic treatment, maxillary full mouth rehabilitation and mandibular posterior restorations were planned out. For better result, clinical crown lengthening procedure was done on #11, 12 and implant was placed on left mandibular first molar area. The patient was satisfied with the final prostheses. Because of his high caries risk, long-term prognosis will depend on the consistent maintenance of oral hygiene and periodic follow-up.