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Longevity of silicate ceramic restorations.
Quintessence Int
PUBLISHED: 08-16-2014
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The demand for esthetic restorations has resulted in an increased use of dental ceramics as a biocompatible and functionally sufficient alternative to conventional restorative materials. Silicate ceramic restorations are widely used for veneers, inlays, onlays, and crowns in dentistry. Long-term data are of crucial importance to optimize clinical practice. The purpose of the present article is to summarize data of the Innsbruck ceramic evaluation up to 261 months with the focus on longevity and failure characteristics.
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Correction of esthetic and biomechanical outcomes after maxillary anterior single dental implant fracture: a case report.
Compend Contin Educ Dent
PUBLISHED: 02-28-2014
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Rehabilitation of the single anterior tooth in the esthetic region after a dental implant fracture requires management of contributing biomechanical and/or biological etiologic factors. The multidisciplinary treatment of a fractured maxillary anterior single dental implant with a staged, combined surgical and prosthetic approach is discussed. Alleviation of several, but not all, risk factors eliminated the need for replacement of gingiva with pink porcelain and maintained a stable post implant host complex.
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Resection of a primary oral malignant melanoma and rehabilitative management using nasolabial flap: a case report.
Oral Maxillofac Surg
PUBLISHED: 02-17-2011
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The primary malignant melanoma is a rare neoplasm of melanocytic origin in the oral cavity. Only about 1% of all melanomas arise in the oral mucosa and these account for 0.5% of all oral malignancies
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Impact of a novel dental school admission test on student performance at Innsbruck Medical University, Austria.
J Dent Educ
PUBLISHED: 05-06-2010
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Since the year 2000, prospective dental students at Innsbruck Medical University, Innsbruck, Austria, have undergone both theoretical and practical preadmission exams, called the Dental Admission Test (DAT). The aim of this investigation was to assess the suitability and outcome of this selection practice. Five classes from 2001 to 2005 (N=97; forty-three female, fifty-four male) were retrospectively reviewed. DAT results were compared with student performance, gender, ability to graduate on time, and dropout rates. Furthermore, the influence of a previous medical degree was evaluated. The t-test was used to analyze correlations between the results of the DAT and the following: gender, students who graduated on time, and students who had previously completed a medical degree. Pearsons correlation coefficient (r) was applied to analyze correlations among test scores, age, and students performance during the first clinical year. Students graduating on time were noted to have significantly better DAT results; students with a previous medical degree showed significantly better grades during their first clinical year. The difference between the performance of male and female applicants on the DAT was not significant. Correlation was found between DAT results and dental school performance (r=-0.462). We conclude that the DAT may reduce dropout rates by excluding applicants unlikely to be successful in practical courses and that DAT scores are a reliable tool to predict student performance during the first clinical year of dental school in Innsbruck.
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Comparison of two different veneer preparation designs in vital teeth.
Quintessence Int
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To compare the clinical performance of two different veneer preparation designs (overlap and nonoverlap) on anterior veneer restorations in vital teeth in a retrospective clinical study.
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Surgical resection technique of a fused supernumerary lateral incisor: a clinical report and review of the literature.
Gen Dent
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This case report presents the surgical and restorative management of a fused supernumerary left lateral incisor. The diagnosis was confirmed using conventional radiographs and CT. The case report discusses the value of CT for evaluation of the root relationships and describes the varied morphology associated with supernumerary incisors, the surgical resection technique, partial pulpotomy, and restoration with composite resin after mechanical exposure of the remaining tooths pulp.
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Clinical performance of all-ceramic inlay and onlay restorations in posterior teeth.
Int J Prosthodont
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The aim of this clinical retrospective study was to evaluate the clinical performance and longevity of glass-ceramic onlays and inlays in stress-bearing posterior teeth.
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Impact of a prior medical degree on students dental school performance in Innsbruck, Austria.
J Dent Educ
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The purpose of this study was to identify the performance differences between two groups of Austrian dental students (one with a prior medical degree and one without a medical degree) during their dental school training and final dental licensure examination. A specific aim was to determine if having a medical degree is a predictive factor for dental students scores on the Austrian Dental Admission Test (Austrian DAT), performance in the dental clinic, and scores on final exam. The study consisted of a retrospective analysis of 122 students (thirty-nine with a medical degree and eighty-three without a medical degree) who were enrolled in the Dental Clinic at Innsbruck Medical University, Innsbruck, Austria, between 2001 and 2006. Three performance categories were considered: Austrian DAT results, clinical performance after the first clinical year in dental school, and performance on the final dental licensure examination. Information on students age, gender, and previous medical degree was collected from official records. Analyses with students t-test and Pearsons chi-square test revealed that the students with a medical degree had significantly higher Austrian DAT total test scores, grade point averages after the first clinical year, and scores on the final exam. Additionally, those students had significantly better performance on the final exam in prosthodontics and oral and maxillofacial surgery. The linear regression analysis showed that a medical degree had an independent effect on average scores on the final exam, age, and Austrian DAT test scores, while gender showed no statistically significant effect. Overall, the study found that dental students with a prior medical degree had significantly higher Austrian DAT total test scores and performed significantly better in the first clinical year and on the final exam than those without a prior medical degree.
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Clinical performance of porcelain laminate veneers for up to 20 years.
Int J Prosthodont
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The aim of this clinical retrospective study was to evaluate the clinical quality, success rate, and estimated survival rate of anterior veneers made of silicate glass-ceramic in a long-term analysis of up to 20 years.
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