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Shortened dental arches and oral function.
  • A. Käyser
  • Medicine
  • Journal of oral rehabilitation
  • 1 September 1981
To acquire more information concerning the changes of the oral functions in shortened dental arches, a cross-sectional clinical investigation was carried out among 118 subjects. They were classifiedExpand
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A 6-year follow-up study of oral function in shortened dental arches. Part II: Craniomandibular dysfunction and oral comfort.
In this clinical 6-year follow-up study subjects with shortened dental arches (SDA, n = 55), characterized by the absence of molar support, are compared with subjects with complete dental archesExpand
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The shortened dental arch concept and its implications for oral health care.
The minimum number of teeth needed to satisfy functional demands has been the subject of several studies. However, since functional demands--and consequently the number of teeth needed--can vary fromExpand
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A meta-analysis of durability data on conventional fixed bridges.
A meta-analysis was performed on the dental literature since 1970, presenting clinical data of conventional bridges. 42 publications were found that contained durability data of conventional fixedExpand
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  • 3
Clinical performance of resin-bonded bridges: a 5-year prospective study. Part III: Failure characteristics and survival after rebonding.
A total of 203 resin-bonded bridges were inserted under controlled clinical conditions and evaluated over a period of 5 years. During the evaluation period there were 47 dislodgements and 30 ponticExpand
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  • 3
A 6-year follow-up study of oral function in shortened dental arches. Part I: Occlusal stability.
In this clinical 6-year follow-up study subjects with shortened dental arches (SDA, n = 55), characterized by the absence of molar support, are compared with subjects with complete dental archesExpand
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An analysis of multiple failures of resin-bonded bridges.
A clinical trial involving 203 resin-bonded bridges (RBBs) was undertaken to investigate the influence of several variables on the survival of these prostheses. This article presents the experiencesExpand
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An analysis of durability data on post and core restorations.
An attempt was made to review the dental literature since 1970, presenting clinical data of posts and core restorations, by the use of a meta-analytic procedure. Fourteen publications were found thatExpand
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Shortened dental arches and masticatory ability.
In a previous study concerning oral function with shortened dental arches, it was found that approximately 10 per cent of the patients investigated complained of impaired masticatory ability despiteExpand
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Signs and symptoms of mandibular dysfunction in shortened dental arches.
In this study subjects with shortened dental arches (SDA, n = 60), characterized by the absence of molar support, are compared with subjects with a complete dentition (n = 72) with respect to signsExpand
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