Nancy Jacobson

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BACKGROUND There is a clinical trend of using porcelain veneer restorations (PVRs) for the correction of malaligned anterior teeth. Use of PVRs for this purpose raises clinical and ethical dilemmas. TYPES OF STUDIES REVIEWED A literature review of four different topics (PVR preparation, enamel thickness of anterior teeth, dentinal bonding adhesive(More)
Bone loss and soft tissue loss are common problems after tooth extraction and that can lead to excessive length of clinical crowns. This problem can be exacerbated by delaying implant placement after tooth extraction. In this case the opposite occurred. After flapless placement of a NobelDirect implant with immediate loading there was not enough vertical(More)
This article describes the use of an indirect porcelain repair technique to improve the occlusal relationship between a new fixed partial denture and an existing one. Porcelain repair techniques offer a conservative, minimally invasive, and cost-effective method of improving the opposing occlusion without replacing an existing restoration.
Unilateral condylar hypoplasia results in facial, skeletal, and dental deformity and is a condition that is often treated with surgery and orthodontics. This report describes implant-supported prosthodontic rehabilitation in a 70-year-old patient who chose not to undergo orthognathic surgery. The patient underwent full-mouth dental extraction and placement(More)
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