Daniel Huetzen

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INTRODUCTION Bisphosphonates are important and effective drugs in oncology and osteoporosis therapy. They accumulate in the bone matrix becoming released and active by bone resorption. This leads to effective inhibition of tumor cells and bone degradation. A side effect of bisphosphonates similar to other drugs like denosumab is osteonecrosis of the jaws(More)
Brain imaging based on functional magnetic resonance (fMRI) is a useful tool for examination of neuronal networks and cerebral structures subserving visiospatial function. The purpose of this study was to compare the brain activity during chewing and occlusal function in centric occlusion on natural teeth or on occlusal splints. Four tasks were performed by(More)
The clinical display of the occlusal contact points is an essential part of the quality control of restorative work. Normally, articulating paper of different colors, occlusion foil or special waxes are used for this. A possible digital method has to date been to display the contact points and their distribution using a pressure sensor foil (T-Scan system).(More)
The reconstruction of functionally appropriate contacts between antagonistic teeth substantially determines the quality of prosthetic-restorative work. In a population-based sample comprising 2597 subjects, static occlusal contacts were registered and analysed using the GEDAS (Greifswald Digital Analyzing System), which digitally represents the contact(More)
For treatment of temporomandibular disorders Michigan-type splints are frequently used, as are mandibular advancement appliances for patients diagnosed with anterior disk dislocation. As both types show good results, the combination of these two mechanisms into one bimaxillary appliance was tested on eight patients where splint therapy had brought reduction(More)
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