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Guidelines for splinting implants.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Teeth and implants have different mobility patterns. Thus, it has been believed that implant-supported restorations should not be connected to natural teeth. However, this is notExpand
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Soft liners.
The article provides a background for understanding the properties of soft liner materials, describing associated problems, and discussing clinical applications of soft liners in dental practice.Expand
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Early on‐line detection of exothermic reactions
On-line supervision exhibits in many respects properties complementary to those of established off-line safety tests. Thus, on-line methods are powerful tools for increasing the safety of chemicalExpand
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Prosthetic management of implants in the esthetic zone.
The purpose of this article is to review and project treatment procedures for areas of esthetic concern. The authors were participants in a consensus conference sponsored by ITI and held in AugustExpand
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Panoramic radiographic examination of edentulous patients.
A study of panoramic radiographs made on 114 edentulous patients was described. Six radiographic entities were identified: root fragments, retained teeth, radiolucencies, radiopacities, foreignExpand
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Palatogram assessment of maxillary complete dentures.
Phonetics, esthetics, function, and comfort form the foundation of a successful dental prosthesis. A review of the mechanics of speech as well as common speech problems encountered with a removableExpand
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A qualitative comparison of various record base materials.
  • J. Jones
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1983
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THE TABOO OF VIRGINITY
In his paper on "The Taboo of Virginity," Freud (1918) reviewed a long-standing tradition of civilized cultures, according to which the male who first has intercourse with a virgin thereby wins theExpand
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Nutritive value of protein fractions extracted from soybean, rapeseed and wheat flours in the rat
The nutritive value of various protein fractions was studied. Fractions 2S and 12S from rapeseed, 2S, 7S and 11S from soybean were obtained by dissolution in ammonium sulfate solutions.Expand
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