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A 10-year evaluation of implants placed in fresh extraction sockets: a prospective cohort study.
BACKGROUND The placement of an implant into a fresh extraction socket has been identified as a reliable technique, allowing a reduction in the time needed for prosthetic rehabilitation. ThisExpand
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Risk of temporomandibular joint effusion related to magnetic resonance imaging signs of disc displacement.
BACKGROUND It has been suggested that TMJ effusion may represent an inflammatory response to a dysfunctional disc-condyle relationship. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate whether theExpand
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Deep-frozen allogeneic onlay bone grafts for reconstruction of atrophic maxillary alveolar ridges: a preliminary study.
PURPOSE The purpose of this article was to evaluate the suitability of deep-frozen allograft for ridge augmentation procedures in severely atrophic maxillae and to evaluate the clinical success ofExpand
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A randomized clinical trial to evaluate and compare implants placed in augmented versus non-augmented extraction sockets: 3-year results.
BACKGROUND The alveolar ridge undergoes reabsorption and atrophy subsequent to tooth removal and thus exhibits a wide range of dimensional changes. Preservation of the alveolar crest after toothExpand
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Immediate Rehabilitation of Completely Edentulous Jaws With Fixed Prostheses Supported by Implants Placed Into Fresh Extraction Sockets and in Healed Sites: A 4-Year Clinical Evaluation
Purpose:To evaluate the outcome of treatment in the rehabilitation of edentulous jaws with early loaded full-arch screw-retained prostheses after up to 4 years of function. Methods:Patients withExpand
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Occlusal features and masticatory muscles activity. A review of electromyographic studies.
OBJECTIVE Since there is no consensus on the association between occlusion and temporomandibular disorders (TMDs), the aim of the present paper was to conduct a review of electromyographic studies,Expand
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Survival rate for implants placed in the posterior maxilla with and without sinus augmentation: a comparative cohort study.
BACKGROUND The reduced bone height and proximity of the maxillary sinus are the most common limitations for placement of dental implants in the posterior maxilla. Reconstruction of the atrophicExpand
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Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Biobehavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Temporomandibular Disorders: A Literature Review
Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) involve a heterogeneous group of clinical conditions affecting the stomatognathic system and its related structures. Because the etiology of these disorders isExpand
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Implant survival after sinus elevation with Straumann(®) BoneCeramic in clinical practice: ad-interim results of a prospective study at a 15-month follow-up.
OBJECTIVES Elevation of the sinus floor with Straumann(®) BoneCeramic gave promising results in some recent clinical studies. However, no study has evaluated the long-term survival of implants afterExpand
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Leader genes in osteogenesis: a theoretical study.
Little is still known about the molecular mechanisms involved in the process of osteogenesis. In this paper, the leader genes approach, a new bioinformatics method which has already beenExpand
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