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Differences in 5 anatomic parameters of mandibular body morphology by gonial angle size in dentulous Japanese subjects.
The results suggest that the MCW and AD can show significantly different morphology according to gender and gonial angle (GA) size, and to analyse the correlations between GA size and each variable by gender.
Morphological study of the palatal rugae in Japanese. I. Bilateral differences in the regressive evolution of the palatal rugae.:I. Bilateral differences in the regressive evolution of the palatal
The results showed that the regressive evolution of the rugae in both sides does not proceed at the same time, but proceeded more in the right side than in the left.
Association of gonial angle with morphology and bone mineral content of the body of the adult human mandible with complete permanent dentition.
The results suggested that the GA size of these stage-VA mandibles influenced changes in the width of inferior cortex and morphology of antegonial notch, and was negatively and moderately associated with the MCW and the mandibular cortical width on the point AG.
Growth changes of the mandibular body with eruption of mandibular third molars: analysis of anatomical morphometry and quantitative bone mineral content by using radiography.
  • T. Ogawa, S. Osato
  • Biology, Medicine
    Annals of anatomy = Anatomischer Anzeiger…
  • 1 March 2013
It is demonstrated that the morphological changes in the posterior mandibular body and the QBMC increased significantly with M3 eruption, while the GA became significantly smaller, and the posteriorMandibularBody length had a linear correlation with these variables.
Relationships between the gonial angle and mandibular ramus morphology in dentate subjects: a panoramic radiophotometric study.
The analysis of the mandibular ramus morphometry on DPRs in terms of GA size and gender was found to be useful for devising a highly predictive and strategic plan for implant-supported oral rehabilitation.
Environmental monitoring and bactericidal efficacy of chlorine dioxide gas in a dental office.
In the bactericidal efficacy test using ClO₂ gas, the dental operatory could be kept clean by the use of 4 mg/L-ClO⁂ gas in addition to theUse of an AC with a plasma filter and the HEPA filter.
The bactericidal effects of an acidified sodium chlorite-containing oral moisturizing gel: a pilot study.
Results suggest that ASC-Gel is useful as a chemical disinfectant against bacteria in the peri-implant sulcus and further studies are also required to protect teeth, the surface of hydroxyapatite-coated implants, and the surrounding soft tissues from effects of chemical dissolution such as acid erosion due to the low pH of ASC- Gel.