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Prosthetic requirements for immediate implant loading: a review.
Immediate loading seems to be a relatively safe procedure, from the prosthodontic point of view, and CAD/CAM systems can improve the placement of implants with minimum risk.
Marginal and internal fit of pressed ceramic crowns made from conventional and computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing wax patterns: An in vitro comparison.
Impression materials in fixed prosthodontics: influence of choice on clinical procedure.
- T. Hamalian, E. Nasr, J. Chidiac
- Materials Science, MedicineJournal of prosthodontics : official journal of…
- 1 February 2011
Traditional and, primarily, more recently developed products, such as polyethers, poly(vinyl siloxane), polysulfides, and condensation silicone materials are discussed, along with the role that compositional variations have on the outcome of the impression.
Nociceptive behaviour induced by dental application of irritants to rat incisors: A new model for tooth inflammatory pain
A new model for dental pain induced by inflammatory agents applied to the tooth pulps of incisors is reported, providing evidence for the validity of the described model for the simulation of tooth pulp inflammatory pain in awake animals.
Comparison of CT scanograms and cephalometric radiographs in craniofacial imaging.
- J. Chidiac, F. Shofer, A. Al-Kutoub, L. Laster, J. Ghafari
- MedicineOrthodontics & craniofacial research
- 1 May 2002
Cephalograms and CT scanograms are close in depicting angular relations of structures, but they differ in the accuracy of imaging linear measurements, because the location and size of an object within the imaged 3D structure varies with both records.
A perfusion technique for the determination of pro-inflammatory mediators induced by intradental application of irritants.
Inflammatory mediators released following application of irritants on the rat injured incisors. The effect of treatment with anti-inflammatory drugs.
Composition’s effect of Origanum Syriacum essential oils in the antimicrobial activities for the treatment of denture stomatitis
It can be concluded that Origanum Syriacum essential oils have an antimicrobial activity, which depends on the ecotype, its origin and its composition, which might be used to start a clinical trial for the treatment of denture stomatitis.
Gagging prevention using nitrous oxide or table salt: a comparative pilot study.
Within the limits of this study, table salt did not seem to reduce the time to triggering the gag reflex, whereas nitrous oxide had a substantial effect.
Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome a multidisciplinary approach. The role of the dentist.