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Cemented versus screw-retained implant prostheses: which is better?
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Treatment planning of implants in the aesthetic zone
Aesthetic restoration of anterior teeth with implant supported restorations is one of the most difficult procedures to execute. Bone resorption following anterior tooth extraction often compromisesExpand
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A review of powder modifications in conventional glass-ionomer dental cements
Glass-ionomer dental cements (GICs) have proven to be useful in several areas of dentistry such as restorative dentistry. Glass-ionomers are aqueous cements formed by the reaction of an acidicExpand
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Polyvinyl siloxane impression materials: a review of properties and techniques.
  • W. Chee, T. Donovan
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 November 1992
Polyvinyl siloxane impression materials have been shown to have excellent properties as impression materials; however, they are sensitive to manipulative variables. Several methods of using very highExpand
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Screw versus cemented implant supported restorations
Implant supported restorations can be attached to implants with screws or can be cemented to abutments which are secured to implants with screws. Screw retained implant restorations are the authors'Expand
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Current concepts in gingival displacement.
  • T. Donovan, W. Chee
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Dental clinics of North America
  • 1 April 2004
TLDR
Gingival displacement is an important procedure with fabricating indirect restorations with healthy gingival tissues and when margins are properly placed a short distance into the sulcus. Expand
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Impression techniques for implant dentistry
The object of making an impression in implant dentistry is to accurately relate an analogue of the implant or implant abutment to the other structures in the dental arch. This is affected by use ofExpand
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Scalloped dental implants: a retrospective analysis of radiographic and clinical outcomes of 17 NobelPerfect implants in 6 patients.
BACKGROUND The scalloped dental implant (NobelPerfect, Nobel Biocare, Yorba Linda, CA, USA) is designed to biologically guide and facilitate interproximal bone remodeling during healing and toExpand
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Distortion of disposable plastic stock trays when used with putty vinyl polysiloxane impression materials.
  • G. Cho, W. Chee
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 October 2004
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Impressions are made using high-viscosity putty vinyl polysiloxane impression materials in conjunction with disposable plastic stock trays. The impression materials have beenExpand
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Tooth-to-implant connection: a systematic review of the literature and a case report utilizing a new connection design.
  • W. Chee, N. Mordohai
  • Medicine
  • Clinical implant dentistry and related research
  • 13 February 2009
BACKGROUND In the treatment of partially edentulous patients, implants have often been connected to natural teeth. Numerous studies have reported significant complications and problems, while othersExpand
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