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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 28, Issue 4 - Dec 2012
Volume 28, Issue 3 - Sep 2012
Volume 28, Issue 2 - Jun 2012
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The Effect of Thickness of Porcelain on Shear Bond Strength Between Heat-Pressed Porcelain and Non-Precious Metal
Jo, Jung-Min ; Lee, Cheong-Hee ; Lee, Kyu-Bok ; Cho, Jin-Hyun ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 223~232
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of various thickness of porcelain on shear bond strength between metal coping and porcelain. So, various thickness of feldspathic porcelain and heat-pressed porcelain were built up and compared. 120 metal cube(
) specimens were prepared. 60 specimens were applied to feldspathic porcelain and the others were applied to heat-pressed porcelain by 1mm, 1.5mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm and 3.5mm thickness. The measurement of shear bond strength was performed by Instron universal testing machine. The following results were obtained from this study. 1. As thickness of feldspathic porcelain increases, shear bond strength has decreased. Feldspathic specimens with 1mm porcelain thickness were significantly stronger than other feldspathic subgroups. 2. There was no significant difference of shear bond strength according to porcelain thickness in heat-pressed porcelain group. 3. In comparison between subgroups with same thickness, feldspathic porcelain group had stronger shear bond strength than heat-pressed porcelain. There were significant difference between 1mm and 3mm porcelain thickness group. 4. In almost cases, fracture surface was found on both metal and porcelain surfaces. As thickness of porcelain was increased, metal exposure was decreased.
Time Serial Change of Proximal Contact Tightness Between the Implant Prothesis and Natural Tooth
Kim, Jin-A ; Oh, Sang-Ho ; Kim, Hee-Jung ; Min, Jeong-Bum ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 233~243
The aim of this study was to evaluate time serial change of the TPTC(Tightness of Proximal Tooth Contact) between the implant prosthesis and natural tooth at rest state. Thirty-one patients(19 males and 12 females; mean age, 48.2 years) restored with a total 31 single-implant crowns in the left maxillary for 13 single-implant and left mandibular second molars for 18 single-implant crowns, respectively were selected. The TPTC was checked directly after delivery, 1 month after delivery and 6 months after delivery of prothesis at rest state. The TPTC decreased significantly as time goes by both maxilla(p<.01) and mandible(p<.05). The TPTC between the implant prosthesis and natural tooth decreased as time goes by after fixed implant prothesis placement.
The Effect of Glide Path on Canal Centering Ability in Reciprocating File System
Zang, Ki-Choul ; Kim, Jin-Woo ; Cho, Kyung-Mo ; Park, Se-Hee ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 245~252
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of glide path on canal centering ratio after instrumentation with different single file systems; WaveOne and Reciproc. Reciproc R25 (VDW), WaveOne Primary (Dentsply Maillefer) and PathFile #13, 16, 19 (Dentsply Maillefer) were used in this study. In no glide path groups, Reciproc files and WaveOne files used for canal preparation without glide path. In glide path groups, the PathFile were used before canal preparation. Methylene blue dye was introduced into the canal to obtain a clear pre-instrumentation image. Pre-instrumentation images and post-instrumentation images were scanned using Epson Perfection V700 Photo scanner (Epson, Nagano, Japan). Transparencies of post-instrumentation images were changed and superimposed on pre-instrumentation images using Adobe Photoshop CS 3 (Adobe Systems Incorporated, San Jose, CA, USA). The centering ratio was calculated for each instrumented canal using the following formula: CR=|X1-X2|/Y. It was statistically analyzed using two-way ANOVA at 95% confidential level. The centering ratio in glide path groups were significant less than it in no glide path groups at 3, 4, 5 and 6 mm level. Except 1 and 6 mm level, WaveOne groups had significant less centering ration than Reciproc groups. At 6 mm level, there was no significant difference between WaveOne and Reciproc. In the limitation of this study, creation of a previous glide path before reciprocating motion instrumentation in curved canal appears to be appropriate and WaveOne system can be used for preparation of curved canal without severe aberrations.
Esthetic Full Zirconia Fixed Detachable Implant-Retained Restorations Manufactured from Monolithic Zirconia : Clinical Report
Hong, Jun-Tae ; Choi, Yu-Sung ; Han, Se-Jin ; Cho, In-Ho ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 253~268
Full-mouth reconstruction of a patient using dental implants is a challenge if there is vertical and horizontal bone resorption, since this includes the gingival area and restricts the position of the implants. however, hard- and soft-tissue grafting may allow the implants to be placed into the desired position. Although it is possible to regenerate lost tissues, an alternative is to use fixed detachable prostheses that restore the function and the esthetics of the gingiva and teeth. Various material combinations including metal/acrylic, metal/ceramic, and zirconia/ceramic have been used for constructing this type of restoration. Other problems include wear, separation or fracture of the resin teeth from the metal/acrylic prosthesis, chipping or fracture of porcelain from the metal/ceramic or zirconia/ceramic prosthesis, and fracture of the framework in some free-end prostheses. With virtually unbreakable, chip-proof, life-like nature, monolithic zirconia frameworks can prospectively replace other framework materials. This clinical report describes the restoration of a patient with complete fixed detachable maxillary and mandibular prostheses made of monolithic zirconia with dental implants. The occluding surfaces were made of monolithic zirconia, to decrease the risk of chipping or fracture. The prostheses were esthetically pleasing, and no clinical complications have been reported after two years.
Discussion of Neurologic Factor Influencing on Chewing Ability of Implant
Kim, Tae-Seon ; Yoon, Jun-Ho ; Kim, Sung-Hoi ; Kim, Jee-Hwan ; Shim, June-Sung ; Lee, Jae-Hoon ; Moon, Hong-Suk ; Park, Young-Bum ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 269~276
Many researches have been published about the numerous factors related to the chewing ability of implant prosthesis. Most respective studies have concluded that the chewing ability of implant prosthesis is mostly fine compared to other type of prosthesis. However, some patients are not satisfied with their chewing ability of implant prosthesis. Therefore the neurologic factor, one of the factors related to dissatisfaction of chewing ability was reviewed in this study to understand the mechanism of action of mastication. Data was searched using the keywords; 'implant chewing ability, masticatory ability' in Pubmed database and reviewed. Definitions of chewing ability, factors of chewing ability are reviewed and the neurologic factor, one of the factors influencing on chewing ability, is reviewed. Mechanoreceptor of Periodontal ligament(PDL) is providing the mastication information to brainstem. Due to the absence of mechanoreceptions of PDL in implant, masticatory ability is decreased especially when chewing hard food. Masticatory muscles and mechanoreceptor in TMD may compensate the lack of mechanoreceptor of PDL in implants. Furthermore sensitivity of nerve fiber around peri-implant tissues may support the mechanoreception and sensory reaction in the implant mastication. However, further studies should be conducted to prove the relationships between neurologic factors and mastication.
Guided Bone Regeneration using Fibrin Glue in Dehiscence or Fenestration Defects Occurred by Maxillary Anterior Implants: Case Report
Chee, Young-Deok ; Seon, Hwa-Gyeong ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 277~290
Dental implants are universal restorative method on edentulous site in oral cavity and generally recognized by patients as well as clinicians. Rapid bone resorption of labial portion of maxillary anterior area is performed due to dental trauma, chronic periodontitis, and so on. Accordingly, Implants on maxillary anterior alveolar ridge with narrow labiopalatal width would lead to bony defects of dehiscence or fenestration. In this case, guided bone regeneration procedure is used to augment maxillary anterior alveolar ridge. It can have mechanical and biological advantages to mix tissue adhesive with bone graft materials in guided bone regeneration procedure. In these cases, when the dehiscence or fenestration defects was occurred by dental implants on maxillary anterior alveolar ridge with narrow labiopalatal width, guided bone regeneration procedures were performed with various combination of particle bone graft materials(allograft, xenograft, and alloplast) mixed with fibrin glue, excepting autogerous bone. We reported that all of 4 cases showed favorable alveolar ridge augmentations.
Radiologic Diagnosis of Temporomandibular Joint
Park, Hyok ; Chung, A-Young ; Jung, Da-Woon ; Kim, Seong-Taek ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 291~299
There are many kinds of techniques for imaging temporomandibular joints. None of them for imaging "best fit" for every patient of temporomandibular disorder is recommended ideally. It is more important to be able to select the modality that is most adequate and appropriate for a given clinical issue.
Benign Tumor-Like Developmental Salivary Gland Defect
An, Seo-Young ; Kim, Yong-Gun ; Jung, Jae-Kwang ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 301~307
50-year-old female and 50-year-old male were referred to the department of the oral and maxillofacial surgery of Kyungpook national university dental hospital with asymptomatic lesions on their posterior mandibular body areas. They were discovered incidentally on panoramic radiographs during routine dental examination. Physical examination revealed no remarkable findings. Each panoramic radiograph showed well defined radiolucent lesions without hyperostotic border on their posterior mandibular body area. At first they were diagnosed as benign tumors because they looked like multilocular pattern and one of the patient showed discontinuity of mandibular canal within the lesion. CT scans demonstrated well demarcated and irregular lingual depression filled with fat tissue and they were diagnosed as developmental salivary gland defects. One of the lesion showed no change on follow-up panoramic radiograph after 4 months. Developmental salivary gland defects resembling benign tumor are atypical cases and it is suggested that confirmatory imaging using CT or MRI should be taken.
A Case Report and Review on Cross-Arch Fixed Partial Denture with Severely Reduced Periodontal Tissue Support
Oh, Sang-Chun ; Kim, Yun-Sang ; Kim, Yu-Jin ; Kim, Min-Jeong ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 309~318
In advanced stages of periodontal disease, a lot of the periodontal tissue support are usually lost. The tissue destruction around some teeth is progressed to a level which requires either spontaneous exfoliation or extraction of several teeth due to their excessive mobility. In such cases, a comprehensive treatment plan encompassing the adequate periodontal and maintenance therapy, as well as perio-prosthetic treatment involving occlusal equilibration, is needed in order to restore health, function, and esthetics. Cross-arch fixed partial dentures(CAFPDs), one of the perio-prosthetic treatments, are used to stabilize the teeth with severely reduced periodontal tissue support. Unfortunately, however, a little is known about the occlusal scheme and biomechanical concept of CAFPDs. This paper will demonstrate summaries of the trauma from occlusion(TFO), Ante's law revisited, the treatment principles, the role of occlusion, and the long-term consequences for CAFPDs, and the possibility of CAFPDs through a case presentation.
Osseointegration of Ceramics & Zirconia : A Review of Literature
Song, Young-Gyun ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 28, issue 3, 2012, Pages 319~326
For many years, ceramics have been used in fixed prosthodontics for achieving optimal esthetics. but, they have another use as well. Many studies today show ceramics can be used for biomaterials. In the beginning researchers made a start in the study of aluminium oxide and sapphire for biomaterial. The appearance of Zirconia began a new phase of research. Zirconia was introduced into implantology as an alternative to titanium, because of its white color, good mechanical properties and superior biocompatibility. But it is not easy to surface treatment in comparison with titanium. To overcome the limitation, interconnected porous bodies of zirconia were fabricated by sintering technique. And the technique of coating was developed. Therefore, some zirconia implants are currently available. It is thought that Research of biomaterials as a variety of puposes for the use of zirconia is looking very promising. The purpose of this paper reviews are to evaluation of zirconia as biomaterials.