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an-in-vitro-study-on-viscosity-using-an-electromagnetically-spinning-sphere-viscometer An in vitro study on viscosity using an electromagnetically spinning sphere viscometer

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

The purpose of this study was to investigate the reproducibility of measurements of salivary viscosity using an electromagnetically spinning (EMS) viscometer.

Imai Atsuko

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Shunsuke Baba

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Sakai Keiji

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Kurauchi Nami

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Yasuda Masanorin

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Masahiro Tanaka

immediate-loading-of-variable-thread-expanding-tapered-body-implants-placed-into-maxillary-post-extraction-or-healed-sites-using-a-guided-surgery-approach-an-up-to-five-year-retrospective-analysis Immediate loading of variable-thread expanding tapered-body implants placed into maxillary post-extraction or healed sites using a guided surgery approach: An up-to-five-year retrospective analysis

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

Transitioning from failing dentition to complete-arch implant rehabilitation may involve temporarily rendering the patient edentulous. In order to avoid the use of a removable prosthesis, immediate implant placement and immediate loading with a fixed provisional prosthesis have been proposed.

Polizzi Giovanni

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Tommaso Cantoni

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Pasini Emanuele

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Tallarico Marco

importance-of-the-axial-reference-plane-in-computed-tomography-for-dental-implant-surgery-a-cadaveric-study Importance of the axial reference plane in computed tomography for dental implant surgery: A cadaveric study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

The aims of the study were to assess the accuracy of dental computed tomography (CT) scans and to compare the discrepancies obtained when either the occlusal plane or the basal plane was used as the axial reference plane.

Vilaplana Vivo Carlos

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Vilaplana Vivo Jaime

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Sánchez Alfonso Miguel

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Vilaplana Gómez Juan Ángel

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Camacho Alonso Fabio

human-pulps-capped-with-pdgf-a-pilot-study Human pulps capped with PDGF: A pilot study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

Growth factors have shown the potential to promote odontoblast-like cell di erentiation and induce the formation of reparative dentin. The aims of this pilot study were to develop a regenerative approach to pulp capping using platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF) BB and to describe histologically the pulp tissue response.

Pellegrini Gaia

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Dellavia Claudia

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Generali Paolo

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Allievi Cristina

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Re Dino

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Rasperini Giulio

influence-of-fatigue-on-resistance-and-deformation-of-implant-abutments-used-for-provisional-prosthetic-restoration Influence of fatigue on resistance and deformation of implant abutments used for provisional prosthetic restoration

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

One of the most di icult challenges for implant-supported prosthetic restorations is the management and maintenance of periimplant soft- tissue esthetics, especially in the anterior region. In order to do this e ectively, there are diverse techniques for tissue management, the most significant being fixed provisionalization, which can be immediate or delayed.

Agustín Panadero Rubén

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Fons Font Antonio

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Peñarrocha Oltra David

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Solá Ruíz María Fernanda

comparison-of-hard-and-soft-tissue-changes-using-a-superimposition-technique-a-prospective-case-series-study Comparison of hard- and soft- tissue changes using a superimposition technique: A prospective case series study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

This prospective case series study reports on a novel comprehensive method using digitized model casts and a superimposition technique to allow an objective evaluation of the hard- and soft-tissue parameters.

Xhanari Erta

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Pisano Milena

impact-of-argon-plasma-treatment-on-microbiological-surface-receptivity-of-titanium-implants-an-in-vitro-study Impact of argon plasma treatment on microbiological surface receptivity of titanium implants: An in vitro study

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

Pretreatment of dental implants by argon plasma has been suggested to increase their surface energy and enhance integration of both hard and soft periimplant tissue. However, no data are available on the risk of implant sterility loss after this process. This study aimed to test whether the treatment of implant fixtures by argon plasma in conditions compatible with clinical use produced an increased risk of microbiological contami- nation.

Annunziata Marco

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Galindo Moreno Pablo

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Giovanna Donnarumma

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Pina Caputo

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Livia Nastri

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Luigi Guida

minimally-invasive-hydraulic-elevation-of-the-schneiderian-membrane-and-insertion-of-bone-graft-material-using-a-novel-self-tapping-implant-system-radiographic-and-prosthetic-aspects Minimally invasive hydraulic elevation of the Schneiderian membrane and insertion of bone graft material using a novel self-tapping implant system: Radiographic and prosthetic aspects

Journal of Oral Science & Rehabilitation, Vol. 4

The objective of this article was to report the clinical and radiographic performance of a novel implant system that allows for hydraulic Schneiderian membrane elevation and simultaneous bone graft augmentation.

Tallarico Marco

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Xhanari Erta

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Paolo Paglia

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Silvio Mario Meloni

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