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Full mouth rehabilitation of iatrogenic attrition patient

Lim NK, Shin SY

Physiologic tooth attrition is accepted as a natural change. But when pathologic changes, such as loss of occlusal vertical dimension, masticatory pain, loss of masticatory function, and loss of esthetics...
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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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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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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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Oral rehabilitation of excessive tooth wear patient usingzirconia fixed prosthesis with increased vertical dimension

Jang JH, Choi YJ, Ryu JJ

From the point of view of oral rehabilitation, the treatment of extensive tooth wear requires a prosthetic approach. Physiological tooth wear is considered as a normal process and generally does not...
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A removable partial denture treatment with the Dahl concept applied toa patient with a deep bite

Kim CH, Ko KH, Huh YH, Park CJ, Cho LR

Although not all kinds of deep bite occlusions are considered pathological states, they can cause persistent wear and eruption of the anterior mandibular teeth if the anterior occlusal contact is unstable...
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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 of a severely worn dentition using intraoral scanner and the CAD/CAM double scanning technique

Yoon SN, Han JS, Yeo IS, Yoon HI

With the evolution of the computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology, the intraoral scanners are playing an increasingly important role, as they are the first step towards a completely digital workflow....
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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 in a patient with inclined occlusal plane and reduced vertical dimension by an attrition: A case report

Lee HR, Kim JH, Jang ES, Lee GJ

A proper vertical dimension and a harmonious occlusal plane are essential to satisfy a patient esthetically and functionally. A maxillomandibular occlusal vertical dimension is determined by the elevators which repeatedly...
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Computer-aided design and manufacturing-based full mouth rehabilitation for a patient with excessive attrition and restricted vertical dimension: A case report

Cho JH, Yoon HI, Yeo IS, Han JS

This study reported the treatment of a patient with excessive worn dentition and limited maxillo-mandibular space for restoration, utilizing the computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) technology. After the thorough...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in a patient with reduced vertical dimension due to numerous tooth loss and excessie worn dentition: A case report

Lee EH, Lim YJ, Kwon HB, Kim MJ

As digital dentistry technology is being developed, it is being used in various ways. This case covers how digital dentistry technology is being applied on the treatment of patients with...
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Full mouth rehabilitation using orthodontic treatment and implants in patient with collapsed occlusion: A case report

Ahn A, Koak JY, Heo SJ, Kim SK

The distance between the natural teeth and the implants is an important factor in preserving the periodontal tissues and esthetics. And abnormal positional displacement and tilting of the teeth during...
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Full mouth rehabilitation in patient with loss of vertical dimension and deep bite due to tooth wear

Chae HS, Jeon BS, Lee JJ, Ahn SG, Seo JM

Excessive tooth wear can cause irreversible damage to the occlusal surface and can alter the anterior occlusal relationship by destroying the structure of the anterior teeth needed for esthetics and...
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Restoration of patient accelerating anterior teeth wear by loss of posterior support: Case report

Choi H, Lee J

Increased anterior teeth mastication following posterior teeth loss leads to greater anterior occlusal force. It may cause greater attrition of anterior teeth, traumatic force occlusion (TFO), also often followed by...
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Full-mouth rehabilitation with vertical dimension increase and computer tomography guided implant surgery in patient with excessive worn dentition and multiple loss of tooth

Lee KS, Lim YJ, Kwon HB, Kim MJ

Excessive wear causes many complications when untreated, so that accurate diagnosis, analysis and predictive treatment plan should be made, and through evaluation of vertical dimension and stepwise treatment, a stable...
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Complete mouth rehabilitation with vertical dimension increase in patient with extremely worn dentition

Kim SY, Kim NH, Yeom KY

Generalized severely worn dentition causes occlusal disharmony, esthetic problems, and temporomandibular joint disorders. In order to solve these problems, it is necessary to make a precise analysis of vertical dimension...
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Full mouth rehabilitation of a patient with worn dentition and loss of posterior support by vertical dimension reestablishment: a clinical report

Ryu JH, Lee WS, Lee CW, Lee SY

Excessive teeth wear may result in the complications such as esthetic problems, hypersensitivity, and loss of vertical dimension. This clinical report focuses on the causes of severely worn dentition and...
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A case of full mouth rehabilitation with orthodontic treatment in patient with extensive tooth erosion and wear using monolithic zirconia prostheses

Yun BS, Kim JE, Shim JS, Kim JH

Extensive dental erosion and wear will cause serious loss of function and aesthetics in the mouth. In order to recover this condition, careful analysis of the patient's bite relationship is...
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