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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 30, Issue 4 - Dec 2014
Volume 30, Issue 3 - Sep 2014
Volume 30, Issue 2 - Jun 2014
Volume 30, Issue 1 - Mar 2014
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An evaluation of curve of Spee using cone beam computerized tomography in Korean
Oh, Sang-Chun ; Kim, Seul-Gi ; Kim, Yu-Jin ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 93~101
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.93
Purpose: The aim of this study is to investigate the typical shape of the curve of Spee in Korean and analyze the curve of Spee according to gender, age, and left and right. Materials and Methods: Among the patient of Wonkwang University Sanbon Dental Hospital taking cone beam computerized tomography, the images of 500 Koreans (311 males and 189 females) who qualifies the criteria of this study were selected and their curve of Spee were analysed in sagittal plane. Results: The mean radius of curve of Spee in Korean was 91.4 mm. There was statistically significant difference between male (94.6 mm) and female (86.1 mm) by gender, but not significant differences by age and between right and left side. Conclusion: Within the limitation of this study, the smaller radius (91.4 mm) of Korean than the 4-inch (101.6 mm) value advocated by Monson was meaned that it would be need to reconsider the application of the curve of Spee in all cases when occlusal plane is reconstructed in Korean.
Effect of mechanical surface treatment on the fracture resistance and interfacial bonding failure of Y-TZP zirconia
Yi, Yang-Jin ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 102~111
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.102
Purpose: Surface damage and bonding strength difference after micromechanical treatment of zirconia surface are to be studied yet. The aim of this study was to evaluate the difference of fracture resistance and bonding strength between more surface-damaged group from higher air-blasting particle size and pressure, and less damaged group. Materials and Methods: Disk shape zirconia (
) was sintered and air-blasted with
particle size (Cojet), under 2.8 bar for 15 seconds,
particle size (Rocatec), under 2.8 bar for 15 seconds, and
particle size (Rocatec), under 3.8 bar for 30 seconds respectively. Biaxial flexure test and bonding failure load test were performed serially (n = 10 per group). For bonding test, specimens were bonded on the base material having similar modulus of elasticity of dentin with
-thick resin cement for tension of surface damage. Failure load of bonding was detected with acoustic emission (AE) sensor. Results: There were no significant differences both in the biaxial flexure test and bonding failure load test between groups (P > 0.05). Sub-surface cracks were all radial cracks except for two specimens. Conclusion: Within the limitations of no aging under monotonic load test, surface damage from higher air-blasting particle size and pressure was not significant. Evaluations of failure load with bonded zirconia disks was clinically relevant modality for surface damage and bonding strength, simultaneously.
Comparison of shear bond strength according to porcelain build-up methods
Lee, Ha-Young ; Cho, Jin-Hyun ; Lee, Cheong-Hee ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 112~120
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.112
Purpose: This study compared the shear bond strength of heat pressed and feldspathic porcelain to metal. Through thermocycling, the clinical aspect of heat pressed porcelain fused metal was estimated. Materials and Methods: 90 non-precious metal specimens were made (
) and divided to three groups. All spicimens were treated and built-up with the porcelain (
) by 2 different methods according to group: Group I:
, Group II: Ivoclar, IPS
, Group III: GC Initial IQ-One
. The half of each group's specimens were thermocycled. All specimens' shear bond strength were measured by Instron universal testing machine. Exact measuring point was far 1 mm from porcelain/metal interface to the porcelain side. For the statistical analysis, 2-way ANOVA was used. Results: In no-thermocycling specimens, the shear bond strength showed no statistical significance between each group (P > 0.05). In comparison between nothermocycling and thermocycling specimens in each group, the shear bond strength was decreased according to thermocycling, but there was no statistical significance (P > 0.05). In thermocycling specimens, there was no statistical significance between each group (P > 0.05). Conclusion: In feldspathic porcelain and other two types heat pressed porcelain, there was no statistical difference in the shear bond strength of porcelain to metal. The heat pressed porcelain seems to be clinically useful for the aspect of the shear bond strength.
Shaping characteristics of two different motions nickel titanium file: a preliminary comparative study of surface profile and dentin chip
Park, So-Ra ; Park, Se-Hee ; Cho, Kyung-Mo ; Kim, Jin-Woo ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 121~130
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.121
Purpose: To assess the surface profile of dentinal wall, dentin chips and smear layer during the canal shaping with rotary (ProTaper) and ProFile and reciprocating (WaveOne) nickel-titanium file. Materials and Methods: Sixty human extracted mandibular premolars and incisors with single canals were randomly selected. Three experimental groups (n = 20) were instrumented with ProTaper (F2), ProFile (25/.06), WaveOne (25/.08) with irrigation of 2.5% NaOCl. The dentin chips were collected from flute of file during each canal preparation. After canal preparation, roots were grinded and each group was divided into two subgroups (n = 10) for surface profile and smear layer of dentinal wall of shaped root canal. Each specimen was observed under scanning electron microscope for evaluating size of dentin chips, root canal surface recessions and smear layer. Scores of Smear layer were statistically analyzed using Kruskal Wallis test and Mann Whitney test at P = 0.05 level. Results: The size of dentin chips from ProFile, ProTaper and WaveOne was up to
, respectively. In the surface profile, the width of surface irregularity was measured and Profile, ProTaper and WaveOne was up to
, respectively. Completely cleaned root canals were not found. In the middle and apical third of the canals, WaveOne group showed higher smear layer score than ProFile and ProTaper groups (P < 0.05). Conclusion: Within limits of this study, reciprocating motion WaveOne group was not significant difference of shaping ability with the full-sequence ProFile and ProTaper systems except canal clearness of middle and apical third of root canal. When using WaveOne to shaping root canal, thorough root canal irrigation is recommended.
Comparing the efficiency of periodontal instrument sharpening using aluminum oxide stones with different levels of roughness
Kim, Yong-Gun ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 131~137
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.131
Purpose: This study examined the efficiency and wear of periodontal instrument sharpening using aluminum oxide stones with different levels of roughness. Materials and Methods: Thirty new No. 9-10 Gracey curets were used in this study. All curets had become dull after scaling and root planing. After similar blunting, the instruments were divided randomly into three groups (240, 600, 800 grit) containing 10 curets each. The stones were applied correctly to the lateral surface of each curet to maintain the
angle. After resharpening, sharpness of the curets was examined by an optical microscope. After 20, 40, 60, and 80 strokes, the wear was measured at 1 mm and 2 mm from the tip of the cutting edge using a digital caliper. The data was analyzed statistically using analysis of variance (ANOVA) with repeated measures, 2-way ANOVA, and a Fisher's exact test. Results: The degree of sharpness increased significantly (P < 0.001) as the number of sharpening strokes grew for all stones. A comparison of the degree of sharpness on the same number of strokes showed that the 240 grit group significantly excelled the other groups on 5 and 10 strokes, respectively (P < 0.001). The mean wear showed no statistically significant difference among the groups (P > 0.05). Conclusion: The efficiency of Gracey curet resharpening was enhanced with more coarse stones, though we should consider the wear of the instrument during resharpening.
A study on the water sorption and the effect of water sorption on micro-hardness of dual-cure resin cements
Choi, Su-Jeong ; Cho, Jin-Hyun ; Lee, Cheong-Hee ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 138~144
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.138
Purpose: This study examined the water sorption of commonly used dual-cure resin cements and compared the change in the micro-hardness among the cements. Materials and Methods: Five types of dual-cure resin cements (Maxcem, Duo-link, Panavia F, Variolink II, Rely X Unicem) were selected. Fifty specimens were classified into five groups containing ten specimens in each group. The water sorption of the five specimens in each group was evaluated after being immersed in distilled water (DDW) for seven days. The following results were obtained by comparing the specimens immersed in DDW with those not immersed in DDW. Results: 1. The water sorption of Maxcem showed the highest score, followed by Panavia F. These two cements were followed by Duo-link and Rely X Unicem. The water sorption of Variolink II showed the lowest score among the cements used in this study. 2. Among the specimens not immersed in DDW, the micro-hardness of Rely X Unicem showed the highest score followed by Panavia F and Variolink II. These cements were followed in order by Duo-link and Maxcem. 3. Among the specimens immersed in DDW, the microhardness of Rely X Unicem showed the highest score followed by Maxcem, Panavia F and Variolink II. Duo-link shoed the lowest score among the cements used in this study. 4. Maxcem, Duo-link, Panavia F and Rely X Unicem showed significant differences in micro-hardness due to water resorption but Variolink II was unaffected by immersion in water. Conclusion: Using the resin cement which has lower water sorption and higher micro-hardness is recommended.
Effect of lining application techniques on microleakage in class II composite restorations
Hwang, Byung-Moon ; Kim, Joo-Hyung ; Park, Ji-Man ; Millstein, Philip ; Park, Eun-Jin ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 145~151
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.145
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the microleakage in class II cavity resin restorations used with resin-modified glass ionomer (RMGI) lining material depending on two different applying methods; classical delivery method using a dental explorer and a specially designed rotating bur. Materials and Methods: A total thirty-six extracted teeth were prepared with a class II proximal box, and randomly divided into three groups: 1) control group with no lining added and the proximal box restored (Group I), 2) the second group used RMGI as a lining material which was spread with an explorer (Group II), 3) the third group used a specially designed rotating bur to thin out RMGI (Group III). All teeth were restored with the same manner using incrementally placed resin composite. All 36 teeth were prepared and sectioned for the dye penetration test, and observed with a stereomicroscope for scoring the dye penetration. Results: When RMGI liners were used, both groups using an explorer and the special bur with the liner had significantly less microleakage than the control group with no liner (P < 0.05). The 50% of the group with RMGI liner using the bur showed no microleakage under a dye penetration test whereas all the teeth in control group showed microleakage of different degrees. However, there was no statistically significant difference between Group II and Group III. Conclusion: RMGI is an effective lining material to decrease microleakage in class II composite resin restorations regardless of applying methods.
Impression procedures for removable partial dentures
Heo, Yu-Ri ; Son, Mee-Kyoung ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 152~158
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.152
To fabricate removable partial denture which provide patient's comfort and maintain oral health, cast fabrication which reproduce anatomical and functional state of mouth is needed. Diagnostic cast and master cast are produced through the process of preliminary impression and final impression taking. Both of remaining teeth and edentulous area should be well taken in removable partial denture impression. According to the supporting type of partial denture, impression material and method can be changed. Therefore, understanding of impression procedure is essential for the accurate clinical application.
Full mouth rehabilitation of a panfacial fracture patient with bilateral condylar fracture
Park, Go-Woon ; Cha, Min-Sang ; Kim, Dae-Gon ; Park, Chan-Jin ; Cho, Lee-Ra ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 159~169
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.159
Panfacial fractures require complex multidisciplinary approaches for treatment. Functional stability of bilateral condylar-disc complex should be the goal of the treatment. A patient with complex clinical panfacial fractures, including a bilateral condylar fractures visited our clinic. Facial asymmetry, insufficient vertical space and multiple missing teeth of the patient were major problems. Closed reduction and splint treatment were tried for stable condylar position. A functional and esthetic rehabilitation was accomplished by using implants and full mouth rehabilitaion. Potential possibilities of unstable occlusion should be prevented with night guard and periodic occlusal adjustment.
Flapless implant surgery on atrophied alveolar ridge in a patient with growth disorder
Lee, Du-Hyeong ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 170~175
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.170
The growth disorder influences craniofacial development and early loss of permanent teeth. This case reports the importance of computerized tomography (CT) and surgical guide to identify horizontal bone loss, adjacent teeth and to guide drills when placing implants in a short stature patient. The patient has idiopathic short stature and the 3rd grade of intellectual disability. To recover posterior mandibular teeth, implant treatment was planned. CT images showed that the adjacent teeth were located markedly to the buccal side. A CT-based surgical guide was fabricated and implants was placed using flapless surgery. Bone dehiscence and fenestration may happen when the surgical guide was fabricated just based on adjacent clinical crowns. Thus, it is essential to analysis bone and teeth and to make surgical guide through CT, especially in atrophied bone on grow disorder patients. Furthermore, systematic researches are recommended to elucidate the relationship between growth disorder and tooth malposition.
Implant overdenture treatment using Locator attachment system on edentulous patient
Kim, Soo-Yeop ; Shin, Soo-Yeon ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 176~183
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.176
Severely absorbed edentulous ridge cannot bear mechanical stress, causes undesired transformation of oral environment and makes patients difficult to adapt to dentures. Nowadays implant overdenture can be a treatment of choice in order to relieve patients' discomfort and improve stability and retention of the denture. Placement of implant on maxilla is difficult because of its bone quality and anatomic structure. It also has wide supportive tissue and convenience of border sealing, which provides sufficient support and stabilization with conventional complete denture. Mandible, on the other hand, is difficult to obtain sufficient support, retention and stabilization with conventional complete denture. Therefore, implant overdenture is recommended on mandible. Locator attachment has been improved for convenience of use and male parts of various retention enabled it to replace ball type attachment clinically. In this study, we restored maxillary arch with conventional denture, and mandibular arch with implant and tissue-supported overdenture and Locator attachment system.
Implant placement after guided bone regeneration (GBR) in severe defected mandibular alveolar ridge: case report
Chee, Young-Deok ; Yu, Tae-Hoon ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 184~191
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.184
In the mandibular posterior molar area, ridge deficiency is an unfortunate obstacle in the field of implant dentistry. Many techniques are available to rebuild the deficient ridge. Selection and necessity of these techniques are associated with significant morbidity and often require a second surgical site. With the advent of guided bone regeneration (GBR), one may now graft the deficient ridge with decreased morbidity and without a second surgical site. In this case, guided bone regeneration procedures were performed with a combination of allograft, xenograft, and alloplast, excepting autogerous bone at severe defected mandibular alveolar ridge and then placed to the implant successfully. We report that implant placement were good in two cases.
Esthetic improvement in patient with deep bite using porcelain laminate veneers and a full veneer crown
Yoon, Jong-Sang ; Shin, Soo-Yeon ; Lee, Jonghyuk ;
Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science, volume 30, issue 2, 2014, Pages 192~198
DOI : 10.14368/jdras.2014.30.2.192
This case is a porcelain laminate veneer (PLV) and all-ceramic crown treatment case on a female patient in her thirties who visited for esthetic improvement. The patient's chief complaint was protrusive and uneven anterior teeth, and she wanted minimum tooth reduction. The patient was in skeletal class II deep bite. Considering this, check bite method was used for mounting on articulator during diagnostic wax-up. Tooth reduction was done using mock-up base on diagnostic wax-up, and the amount of deletion was checked by index. For the accordance of shade, PLVs were restored in prior to all ceramic crown. After using all-ceramic crown, satisfactory esthetic improvement was obtained.