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Optical Impression Technique for Implant Crown Fabrication

  • Journal:Optical Impression Technique for Implant Crown Fabrication Volume: Vol 5, No. 12 Date: December 2013
    Authors:S. Kent Lauson, Lambert J. Stumpel, Michael McCracken, Dan Holt, PhD, Paul J. Flaer

    Optical Impression Technique for Implant Crown Fabrication

     

    9. Partnering for Success: Bilateral Impacted Canines Restored with Dental Implants: A Case Report By S. Kent Lauson, Ronald Yarosz

    A patient with impacted canines was referred for orthodontic evaluation. The orthodontist determined that the location of the canines prohibited orthodontic correction and the decision was made to extract the teeth and create space for implants.

    15. A New Novel Approach to Guided Dental Implant Surgery By Lambert J. Stumpel

    Guided surgery holds the promise for very precise implant placement by clinicians with various skill levels. Implementation of the computer version for smaller cases is cost prohibitive due to mandatory CBCT and CAD/ CAM involvement. Model based guided surgery, with a low cost novel system, allows 1-2 implant cases to be treated with an in-office system.

    25. Comparison of Optical and Conventional Impression Techniques for Implant Crown Fabrication By Michael McCracken, Dan Holt, PhD

    Diagnosis and relief of the symptomatology and dysfunction in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and associated orofacial musculature, known generally as Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD), continues to be the concern of dental and medical professionals. This critical report paints TMD as an insidious malady with a myriad of symptoms, both somatic and psychological. This psychological symptomology of TMD is usually expressed as belonging to one of the affective (mood) disorders (e.g., depression or bipolar disorder). Furthermore, the psychogenic symptoms of TMD may undergo somatization, the process of conversion of mental symptomology into physical symptomology.

    35. Exploring the Confluence of Temporomandibular Disorders with Affective Disorders By Paul J. Flaer

    Diagnosis and relief of the symptomatology and dysfunction in the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and associated orofacial musculature, known generally as Temporomandibular Disorder (TMD), continues to be the concern of dental and medical professionals. This critical report paints TMD as an insidious malady with a myriad of symptoms, both somatic and psychological. This psychological symptomology of TMD is usually expressed as belonging to one of the affective (mood) disorders (e.g., depression or bipolar disorder). Furthermore, the psychogenic symptoms of TMD may undergo somatization, the process of conversion of mental symptomology into physical symptomology.

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