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A Case of Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Immediate Placement and Bilateral Sinus Graft in a Patient with End-stage Renal Disease and Diabetes

Kim GR, Ju SH, Park KS

Patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and diabetes mellitus (DM) may have difficulties in the rehabilitation of multiple missing teeth with implants owing to high risks of complications such as...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of the patient with severely worn dentition and limited vertical dimension

Yang MS, Kim SK, Heo SJ, Koak JY, Park JM, Yi YS

Severely worn dentition causes various complications such as loss of tooth structure, discoloration, pulp complications and loss of function and aesthetics. In this case, the patient showed particularly severe attrition...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of a worn dentition using digital guided tooth preparation: a case report

Kim YK, Yeo ISL, Yoon HI, Lee JH, Han JS

With the development of digital dentistry, it is being applied in various ways of dental treatment. This case report presents the definitive prosthesis designed in advance with a re-established vertical...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in osteoporosis patient with loss of teeth and excessive wear

Kim HT, Kim MJ, Lim YJ, Kwon HB

Teeth wear with loss of posterior support often leads to symptoms such as irregular occlusal plane and excessive wear of anterior teeth. In such environment, establishing proper posterior support and...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation of a patient with loss of posterior support and collapsed occlusion utilizing dental CAD-CAM system

Jung J, Heo SJ, Kim SK, Koak JY

Without proper treatment on the multiple tooth missing area, the lack of posterior support and the supra-eruption of the teeth cause many severe complications of occlusion, vertical dimension and masticatory...
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A case of removable partial denture restoration using implant supported surveyed crown in a maxillary edentulous patient

Seong SY, Choi YJ, Ryu JJ

When planning oral rehabilitation for maxillary edentulous patients, fixed prosthetic restoration using implants, complete denture restoration or overdentures using implants can be considered as treatment methods. In the case of...
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Full mouth rehabilitation for a patient with vertical dimension loss using digital diagnostic analysis: A clinical report

Choi Y, Lee Y, Hong SJ, Paek J, Noh K, Kim HS, Kwon KR, Pae A

Full mouth rehabilitation is re-organizing the occlusion of the remaining teeth and missing teeth considering the functions, esthetics, and neuromuscular harmony. With the loss of multiple teeth, the patient’s occlusal...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation with increasing minimum vertical dimension in the patient with severely worn dentition and deep bite

Lee KS, Park JM, Ahn SG, Seo JM, Han CH, Lee JJ

Full-mouth rehabilitation with increasing vertical dimension can be used for patients with severely worn teeth. In severely worn teeth also, the alveolar process can be elongated to compensate for the...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in patient with deep bite, inter-dental arch discrepancy and loss of vertical dimension: a case report

Song HS, Lee YJ, Ko KH, Huh YH, Cho LL, Park CJ

Loss of posterior bite support might cause unstable occlusal relationship and when the mandible slides forward in the centric or habitual occlusion, excessive load is applied to the anterior region...
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Full mounth rehabilitation using OP finder ® system for patient with inadequate occlusal plane and multiple occlusal wear tooth state: a case report

Lee SK

The diagnosis and treatment plan for forming ideal occlusal plane in full mouth rehabilitation are difficult because each process is complicated and information exchange between dentist and technician is subjective....
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Full mouth rehabilitation with vertical dimension increase in patient with severely worn out dentition: A case report

Kim DS, Jeong CM, Yun MJ, Huh JB, Lee H, Lee SH

Excessive teeth wear can lead to reduced chewing efficiency, occlusal plane collapse, and facial changes. Full mouth rehabilitation with a change in vertical dimension may cause pain in the temporomandibular...
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Implant-supported Full Mouth Rehabilitation Using Customized Non-precious Metal Casting Abutments: A Case Report

Kim S, Lee JI

When treating an edentulous patient, it is difficult to rehabilitate and maintain long-term functionality with an implant-supported fixed prosthesis. This is because resorption of the remaining alveolar bone may cause...
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Application of various digital technique on full mouth rehabilitation: A case report

Bae MS, Song KY, Ahn SG, Park JM, Lee JJ, Seo JM

Based on rapid improvement in digital fields, many advanced digital technologies are utilized in prosthodontic treatment. Especially, intraoral scanners and 3D printing technology are commonly used, and facial scanning technology...
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Full mouth rehabilitation using transfer coping pick up impression in a patient with severe bleeding: A case report

Ha SR

In the case of excessively worn dentition, there is often insufficient space for the prosthesis, and if physiologically acceptable, the prosthesis can be fabricated by increasing the vertical dimension of...
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Full mouth rehabilitation with vertical dimension increase in patient with severly worn dentition

Jo WS, Kim SA, Kim SY, Bang JH

Excessive pathological attrition over the entire dentition can cause decreased masticatory function, and pathological problems of the temporomandibular joint and the muscular nervous system. In this case, 71 year-old male...
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Full mouth rehabilitation with vertical increase in patient with severe tooth wear using monolithic zirconia prosthetic restoration

Bang JW, Kim SA, Lim SY, Lee YS

Gradual teeth wear is normal physiological progress, severe tooth wear can causes dysfunction, occlusal plane disharmony and esthetic problems. If additional space is needed for prosthetic restoration due to severe...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation in a Stevens-Johnson syndrome patient with severely worn dentition and abnormal root development

Park YH, Ryu R, Ahn SG, Kim KA, Seo JM

Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) is a cytotoxic immune disorder that causes serious damage to the skin and mucous membranes. SJS is a rare disorder that is triggered by particular medications or...
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A case of full mouth rehabilitation with vertical dimension gaining in patient withseverely worn dentition and loss of vertical dimension due to loss of posterior support

Jung JA, Bang JH, Lee YS, Kim SY

Gradual tooth wear is a natural process of aging, but pathological wear over physiologic ranges leads to functional and esthetic problems. The loss of posterior support may cause pathological wear of...
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Full mouth rehabilitation on the patient with deep bite and posterior bite collapse using re-establishment of occlusal vertical dimension

Jang WH, Jo YJ, Lim HP, Yun KD, Park SW

The loss of posterior support and the abnormal jaw relation can cause pathologic findings. If deep bite patients with multiple missing teeth, can not have the stable posterior contact, the...
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Full mouth rehabilitation for a Parkinson's diseases patient with chronic periodontitis: a case report

Koh ES, Kim JJ, Baik J, Cha HS, Lee JH

Parkinson's disease is a neurological disorder characterized by tremor, bradykinesia, akinesia, postural instability, and muscular rigidity, which is caused by the depletion of neurotransmitters such as dopamine. Cooperative dental treatment...
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