Table of Contents for                               Volume 85 : 2001January  News from the Editorial Council           TOP...
The author presents his use of linear occlusion to treat a patient who           demonstrated the clinical conditions asso...
Under the loading parameters of this study, no measurable fatigue of           the implant-abutment interface was observed...
This in vitro study investigated the effects of remixing (shaking by          hand versus vibration) and evaporation over ...
February20.   A tribute to leadership, dedication, and performance in publishing           Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS 10521. P...
26. Comparative in vitro evaluation of two provisional restorative materials          Henry M. Young, DDS, Charles T. Smit...
31. A review of saliva: Normal composition, flow, and function           Sue P. Humphrey, RDH, MSEd, Russell T. Williamson...
The results suggest that surface modification (such as selective           dissolution of nickel from the surface layer or...
March40.   The authors guide to controlling the photograph           Robert Laws           St. Louis, Mo. 21341.   Editori...
47.   Masticatory muscle activity assessment and reliability of a portable      electromyographic instrument           Joh...
53. In vitro microleakage of luting cements and crown foundation material          Terry J. Lindquist, DDS, MS, Jeffrey Co...
April57.   Why should you publish in The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry?           Carol A. Lefebvre   31358.   Editorial...
64. Cement-retained prostheses in implant dentistry: A clinical report          Waldimir Rocha de Carvalho, CD, Eliane dos...
This article describes an implant-induced bone expansion procedure          that expands the cortical plates of the alveol...
75. Use of a patients old complete denture to determine vertical dimension of    occlusion          Majid Bissasu, DDS, Ph...
May     TOP78.   The Pacific Coast            Society of Prosthodontists and The Journal of      Prosthetic Dentistry     ...
In this continuation of the previous study, the authors modeled the          stress distribution around maxillary implants...
88.   Curing potential of dual-polymerizable resin cements in simulated      clinical situations           W. Frank Caughm...
The authors describe an interesting method for the fabrication of an           index for definitive implant abutment selec...
June News from the Editorial Council               TOP96.   Editorial: Evidence-based dentistry article series           G...
In this study, the winner of the 2000 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing          Award in the Research/Clinical Sciences...
108. Using the neutral zone to obtain maxillomandibular relationship records     for complete denture patients          St...
July   TOP111. The Prosthodontic Residency Subscription Program             Donald L. Mitchell 1112. Terminal hinge moveme...
117. Annual review of selected dental literature: Report of the committee on     scientific investigation of the American ...
122. Comparison of castability and surface roughness of commercially pure     titanium and cobalt-chromium denture framewo...
August124. Some clinical factors related to rate of resorption of residual ridges           Douglas Allen Atwood, AB, MD, ...
In this in vitro experiment, 2 new-generation glass ionomers showed          improved mechanical properties. However, they...
The authors describe a technique that facilitates arch alignment,          retention, stability, and retrievability. 18113...
September141. The function and importance of incisal guidance in oral rehabilitation          Clyde H. Schuyler, DDS      ...
147. A review of 243 errors possible during the fabrication of a removable     partial denture: Part III          Robert W...
The Metaltite conditioner and Siloc system tested in this study appear to          be useful for improving the integrity o...
October157. Maxillofacial prosthetics: A half century of care          Jonathan P. Wiens, DDS, MSD 331158. The Italian Aca...
164. Retrospective case series of primary and secondary microvascular free     tissue transfer reconstruction of midfacial...
170. Multifactorial analysis of differences in temporomandibular joint hard     tissue anatomic relationships between disk...
matrices to establish a common path of withdrawal for the prosthesis          and all attachments. 434175. Modified flaski...
November181. Color matching in dentistry. Part I. The three-dimensional nature of     color           Robert C. Sproull, D...
aged    and     heat-polymerized      microhybrid     and     microfilled           composites. 481187. Prospective 3-year...
191. Shear bond strengths of 2 intraoral porcelain repair systems to porcelain     or metal substrates          Debra R. H...
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 553
December198. Basic principles of obturator design for partially edentulous patients.     Part I: Classification           ...
This study evaluated 3-dimensional dental guidance in lateral excursive          movement and its relationship to jaw moti...
210. Shear bond strength of an autopolymerizing core buildup composite     bonded to dentin with 9 dentin adhesive systems...
dental ceramics, can provide more accurate and reliable results than          either method alone. 650216. The use of pre-...
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  1. 1. Table of Contents for Volume 85 : 2001January News from the Editorial Council TOP1. The role of the American Prosthodontic Society in founding The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS 102. Fiftieth anniversary of The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry Glen P. McGivney, DDS 3 Editorial TOP03. Preface Glen P. McGivney, DDS 404. Guidelines for reporting statistical results 505. An intraoral-extraoral combination prosthesis using an intermediate framework and magnets: A clinical report Rene Brignoni, DMD, BS, John T. Dominici, DDS, MS Gainesville, Fla., and Lexington, Ky. The authors describe the rehabilitation of a large midfacial defect with a 3-piece prosthesis that included a sectional intraoral obturator- extraoral facial prosthesis and an intermediate retentive acrylic framework with the use of magnets. GPM 706. Duplication of complete dentures using a sectional mold technique Tariq J. Mohamed, BDS, MSc, Suza A. Faraj, BDS, MMedSc Baghdad, Iraq The authors describe a method for duplicating complete dentures by using a sectional mold, dental stone, and heat-activated acrylic resin. GPM 1207. The use of linear occlusion to treat a patient with combination syndrome: A clinical report William S. Jameson, BS, DDS Tucson, Ariz.
  2. 2. The author presents his use of linear occlusion to treat a patient who demonstrated the clinical conditions associated with combination syndrome. GPM 1508. Macromolecular leakage beneath full cast crowns: A two-year in vitro investigation Allyn J. Coleman, DMD, MS, Mark S. Moses, DDS, Haig H. D. Rickerby, DMD New York, N.Y This microleakage investigation evaluated the diffusion of fluorescently labeled lipopolysaccharide and dextran beneath cast- gold crowns luted with 3 cements. GPM 2009. Simplified radiographic-surgical template for placement of multiple, parallel implants Roger A. Solow, DDS Key Biscayne, Fla. The author presents a template that provides a radiographic evaluation of the implant site and precise or modified surgical placement. GPM 2610. New abutment for a screw-retained, implant–supported crown Rosario Prisco, MD, DDS, Steven M. Morgano, DMD, Salvatore DAmato, MD Safat, Kuwait, and Naples, Italy A new prefabricated abutment is described. The abutment is used similarly to the UCLA abutment but does not require the waxing and casting process. GPM 3011. A multifunctional, provisional, implant-retained fixed partial denture Francis F. Tung, DMD, MPH, Allyn J. Coleman, DMD, MS, Tai-Nien Lu, DDS, Leonard Marotta, MDT, CDT New York, N.Y. The authors describe a rather complex provisional prosthesis that has multiple applications for an implant-retained fixed partial denture. GPM 3412. Evaluation of a predictive model for implant surface topography effects on early osseointegration in the rat tibia model Armin Abron, BS, Matthew Hopfensperger, DDS, MS, Jeffery Thompson, PhD, Lyndon F. Cooper, DDS,PhD Chapel Hill, N.C. This animal study suggests that the surface topography of implants may have a positive influence on the biologic and biomechanical determinants of bone formation. GPM 4013. Micromotion and dynamic fatigue properties of the dental implant- abutment interface David G. Gratton, BSc, DDS, MS, Steven A. Aquilino, BS, DDS, MS, Clark M. Stanford, BS, DDS, PhD London, Ontario, Canada, and Iowa City, Iowa
  3. 3. Under the loading parameters of this study, no measurable fatigue of the implant-abutment interface was observed. However, the study suggests a potential for long-term clinical complications when inadequate tightening torque is applied. GPM 4714. A randomized clinical trial comparing the efficacy of mandibular implant-supported overdentures and conventional dentures in diabetic patients. Part IV: Comparisons of dietary intake Michael O. Hamada, DDS, Neal R. Garrett, PhD, Eleni D. Roumanas, DDS, Krishan K. Kapur, DMD, MS, Earl Freymiller, DMD, MD, Thomas Han, DDS, Randy M. Diener, DDS, Tenglang Chen, DDS, PhD, Seymour Levin, MD Los Angeles, Calif. In this well-developed, randomized clinical trial, the compromised nutritional status of elderly edentulous diabetic patients did not improve with the fabrication of new complete mandibular dentures or implant-supported mandibular dentures. GPM 5315. Evolution of dental ceramics in the twentieth century John W. McLean, DSc, MDS (London) D Odont (Lund) , New Orleans, La. A timely and personal review of the evolution of dental ceramics in the 20th century by Dr McLean who was intimately involved in advancing the art and science of their production. GPM 6116. Effects of rotary instrumentation and different etchants on removal of smear layer on human dentin Mohamed F. Ayad, BDS, MScD, PhD Tanta, Egypt An interesting study that found microscopic differences related to the method of tooth preparation in the surface characteristics of dentin. The degree of smear layer removal was related to the pH of the acid etchant that facilitated penetration of resin into the dental tubules. Such penetration may contribute to the increased bond strength of resins that use acid etching. GPM 6717. Changes in properties of nonaquenous elastomeric impression materials after storage of components Steven O. Hondrum, DDS, MS Ft Gordon, Ga. In this valuable study, addition-reaction silicone impression materials underwent only minor changes over a 6-year testing period. GPM 7318. Effect of evaporation and mixing technique on die spacer thickness: A preliminary study Jason J. Psillakis, DDS, MS, Mona E. McAlarney, DEngSc, Robert F. Wright, DDS, Javier Urquiola, DDS New York, N.Y.
  4. 4. This in vitro study investigated the effects of remixing (shaking by hand versus vibration) and evaporation over time on the film thickness of 1 commercially available die relief agent. Vibration did not improve the mixing of the die spacer and thus minimized film thickness; extended evaporation time increased film thickness. DAF 8219. Effect of soldering on metal-porcelain bond strength in repaired porcelain-fused-to-metal castings Daniel F. Galindo, DDS, Carlo Ercoli, DDS, Gerald N. Graser, DDS, MS, Ross H. Tallents, DDS, Mark E. Moss, DDS, PhD Rochester, N.Y. In this in vitro study, soldered and nonsoldered samples did not show significantly different porcelain-to-metal bond strengths. GPM 88
  5. 5. February20. A tribute to leadership, dedication, and performance in publishing Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS 10521. Periapical abscess formation and resolution adjacent to dental implants: A clinical report Nancy R. Chaffee, BS, DDS, MS, Kevin Lowden, DDS, John C. Tiffee, DDS, Lyndon F. Cooper, DDS, PhD Chapel Hill, N.C. In this clinical report, the authors point out the importance of determining the restorability of an endodontically treated tooth and the risk of infection of an adjacent implant as factors in planning for implant success. GPM 10922. Fabrication of a digitally scanned, custom-shaped abutment: A clinical report Christopher B. Marchack, DDS, Tommy Yamashita, CDT Los Angeles, Calif. The authors describe the use of digitally scanned information to copy mill an implant abutment with a precise anatomic shape. GPM 11323. An endosseous, implant-retained obturator for the rehabilitation of a recurrent central giant cell granuloma: A clinical report Jeffery C. Markt, DDS Iowa City, Iowa This clinical report details the dentoalveolar and velopharyngeal rehabilitation of a patient with a recurrent maxillary central giant cell granuloma. GPM 11624. Teaching an abbreviated impression technique for complete dentures in an undergraduate dental curriculum Jacqueline P. Duncan, DMD, MDSc, Thomas D. Taylor, DDS, MSD Farmington, Conn. This study compared the use of an abbreviated impression technique with the traditional technique in a dental school setting. The results indicate that the abbreviated method saves time without substantially compromising the quality of 12125. The pontic-splinted procedure for tooth and denture base additions in denture repair Mou Shu-Hui, DDS, Chai Tsongi, DDS, DScD Taipei, Taiwan The authors describe an indirect denture repair method that can save time and help the clinician achieve acceptable esthetics in appointment. GPM 126
  6. 6. 26. Comparative in vitro evaluation of two provisional restorative materials Henry M. Young, DDS, Charles T. Smith, DDS, MS, Dean Morton, BDS, MS Gainesville, Fla., and Memphis, Tenn. This study compared a bis-acryl composite resin to 2 PMMA resins and found the former to be a superior material for anterior and posterior provisional 12927. Evaluation of high-temperature distortion of high-palladium metal- ceramic crowns Efstratios Papazoglou, DDS, MS, PhD, William A. Brantley, PhD, William M. Johnston, PhD Columbus, Ohio This well-designed study involved a new method for measuring the distortion of copings for metal-ceramic single-unit restorations. The results indicate that most high-palladium alloys will not induce detectable distortion during porcelain firing. GPM 13328. A patient-based assessment of implant-stabilized and conventional complete dentures P. Finbarr Allen, BDS, PhD, MSc, Anne S. McMillan, BDS, PhD, David Walshaw, BSc, PhD, MSc Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, and Hong Kong, Hong Kong In this study, which made use of oral-specific health status measures, conventional dentures proved to be as effective as implant-supported and retained dentures at improving the health-related quality of life of certain patients. GPM 14129. Freestanding and multiunit immediate loading of the expandable implant: An up-to-40-month prospectice survival study Young Hwan Jo, DDS, MSD, PhD, Peter K. Hobo, DDS, Sumiya Hobo, DDS, MSD, PhD Seoul, Korea, and Tokyo, Japan This interesting study suggests that mechanical expandability of the implant may provide some operator control over the stability of immediately loaded, freestanding single implants. GPM 14830. Three-dimensional quantification and color-marked occlusal paths on anatomically oriented casts Dieter Dirksen, Dr ret nat, Dipl-Phys, Christoph Runte, Dr med dent, Zoltán Böröcz, Dipl-Phys, Carsten Thomas, Dipl-Phys, Gert von Bally, Dipl-Phys, Friedhelm Bollmann, Dr med dent, Dr med Muenster, Germany The authors present a method for quantifying occlusal contacts and paths using anatomically oriented diagnostic casts. This method appears to enable fast and precise acquisition of digital 3-dimensional coordinates. GPM 156
  7. 7. 31. A review of saliva: Normal composition, flow, and function Sue P. Humphrey, RDH, MSEd, Russell T. Williamson, DMD Lexington, Ky. The authors provide a brief, up-to-date overview of the literature on the basics of normal salivary composition, flow, and function. GPM 16232. Setting characteristics of five autopolymerizing resins measured by an oscillating rheometer Takahiro Ogawa, DDS, PhD, Mutsuko Tanaka, DDS, Shigeki Matsuya, PhD, Shigeru Aizawa, DDS, Kiyoshi Koyano, DDS, PhD Fukuoka, Japan, and Los Angeles, Calif. This study, which assessed the setting characteristics of 5 autopolymerizing resins by measuring viscosity changes, found that materials with more rapid setting times did not necessarily have shorter working times. GPM 17033. Effects of flowable composite lining and operator experience on microleakage and internal voids in class II composite restorations Chuang Shu-Fen, DDS, Liu Jia-Kuang, DDS, Chao Chen-Chi, DDS, Liao Feng-Pin, DDS, MS, Melody Chen Yea-Huey, DDS, MS Tainan, Taiwan The authors present clinically relevant information concerning the sensitivity associated with resin restorative techniques. GPM 17734. Effects of two silane coupling agents, a bonding agent, and thermal cycling on the bond strength of a CAD/CAM composite material cemented with two resin luting agents Keiichi Yoshida, DDS, PhD, Kohji Kamada, DDS, Mitsuru Atsuta, DDS, PhD Nagasaki, Japan In this study, the application of a silane coupling agent to a CAD/CAM composite surface provided a high bond strength between the resin luting agent and composite after long-term thermal cycling. GPM 18435. Pilot study of the relationship between the hardness and abrasion resistance of two base metal alloys used for metal-ceramic restorations Osvaldo L. Bezzon, DDS, Celso de Barros, MMS, João M.D. de Almeida Rollo, PhD, Pedro L. Di Lorenzo São Paulo, Brazil In this pilot study, no significant correlation between mass loss during laboratory abrasion and Vickers hardness was found for the 2 base metal alloys tested. GPM 19036. Electrochemical corrosion of titanium and titanium-based alloys Chotiros Kuphasuk, DDS, MSD, Yoshiki Oshida, PhD, Carl J. Andres, DDS, MSD, Suteera T. Hovijitra, DDS, MSD, Martin T. Barco, DDS, MSD, David T. Brown, DDS, MS Indianapolis, Ind This study compared the corrosion behaviors of 6 titanium materials through electrochemical polarization tests in 37°C Ringers solution.
  8. 8. The results suggest that surface modification (such as selective dissolution of nickel from the surface layer or controlled passivation) of NiTi may be needed before its intraoral use. GPM 19537. Methods for recycling discarded mouth guard sheets Yoshinobu Maeda, DDS, PhD, Yuri Yonehata, DDS, Junko Yamada, DDS, Fumio Teraoka, PhD Osaka, Japan, and Los Angeles, Calif. 20338. How to achieve a path of insertion for a provisional fixed partial denture retained by stainless steel posts Christopher D. Lynch, BDS, Robert J. McConnell, BDS, PhD Cork, Ireland 20539. Implant superstructure hygienic modification Marty G. Moon, DDS, Roy Marrero, DT2 Bethesda, Md. 206
  9. 9. March40. The authors guide to controlling the photograph Robert Laws St. Louis, Mo. 21341. Editorial Carl O. Boucher 21942. The developments in the occlusal patterns of artificial teeth I. R. Hardy, DMD Boston, Mass. 22043. Procera AllCeram laminates: A clinical report Bertil Hager, DDS, Agneta Odén, MSc, DDS, PhD, Bernt Andersson, DDS, PhD, Lars Andersson, CDT Mölndal, Stockholm, and Gothenburg, Sweden This clinical report demonstrates the esthetic results that can be obtained with the use of Procera AllCeram laminates. GPM 23144. A vibratory stimulation-based inhibition system for nocturnal bruxism: A clinical report Tatsutomi Watanabe, DDS, PhD, Kazuyoshi Baba, DDS, PhD, Kensuke Yamagata, DDS, PhD, Takashi Ohyama, DDS, PhD, Glenn T. Clark, DDS, MS Tokyo, Japan, and Los Angeles, Calif. This clinical report describes the development of a vibration-based bruxism inhibition system and its use on 1 patient. GPM 23345. Determining the accuracy of articulator interchangeability and hinge axis reproducibility Panayiota Hatzi, DDS, MS, Philip Millstein, DMD, MS, Alvaro Maya, DMD, MSD Boston, Mass. This in vitro study adds to the evidence that, of the articulators tested, none provides exact interchangeability or hinge axis reproducibility. GPM 23646. Procedure for occlusal refinement of mounted definitive casts to reduce clinical time required for adjustment of occlusion Larry G. Loos, DDS, MA, Harvey P. Boyarsky, DMD, Donald J. Quiring, AAS, CDT San Francisco, Calif. The authors describe a relatively simple procedure that can compensate for many of the differences between rigid casts and subtle clinical tooth movement and reduce the chairtime required for occlusal adjustments. GPM 246
  10. 10. 47. Masticatory muscle activity assessment and reliability of a portable electromyographic instrument John F. Bowley, DDS, MS, David B. Marx, PhD Jabriya, Kuwait, and Lincoln, Neb. This study investigated the reliability of a portable EMG instrument and found it unsatisfactory for the diagnosis of nocturnal bruxing. GPM 25248. The CICERO system for CAD/CAM fabrication of full-ceramic crowns Jef M. van der Zel, PhD, Simon Vlaar, BS, William J. de Ruiter, BS, Carel Davidson, PhD Hoorn and Amsterdam, The Netherlands This article reviews the process involved in the fabrication of a CICERO crown. GPM 26149. Examination of the implant—abutment interface after fatigue testing Roman M. Cibirka, DDS, MS, Steven K. Nelson, DMD, Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS, Frederick A. Rueggeberg, DDS, MS Augusta, Ga., and Ann Arbor, Mich. This in vitro study demonstrated that increasing the vertical height and degree of fit tolerance between the implant external hexagon and internal abutment hexagon or eliminating the implant, external hexagon did not produce a significant effect on the detorque values of the abutment screw. GPM 26850. Histomorphometric comparison of implant anchorage for two types of dental implants after 3 and 6 months healing in baboon jaws Alan B. Carr, DMD, MS, Peter E. Larsen, DDS, David A. Gerard, PhD Rochester, Minn.; Columbus, Ohio; and Knoxville, Tenn. In this primate study, the authors provide objective data that support the original protocol of 3-month mandibular and 6-month maxillary healing before loading of endosseous titanium and titanium alloy implants. GPM 27651. Practical application of polyurethane and Velcro in maxillofacial prosthetics Gerald T. Grant, DMD, MS, Robert M. Taft, DDS, Steven T. Wheeler Bethesda, Md. The authors describe the use of a polyurethane liner and Velcro to increase the retention of an acrylic resin substructure for clips and magnets. GPM 28152. Microleakage of endodontically treated teeth restored with fiber posts and composite cores after cyclic loading: A confocal microscopic study Francesco Mannocci, MD, DDS, Marco Ferrari, MD, DDS, PhD, Timothy F. Watson, BSc, BDS, PhD Siena, Italy, and London, England In this study, 3-step dental adhesives appeared to perform better than self-etching primers for the composite core reconstruction of endodontically treated teeth. GPM 284
  11. 11. 53. In vitro microleakage of luting cements and crown foundation material Terry J. Lindquist, DDS, MS, Jeffrey Connolly, BS, DDS Iowa City, Iowa In this in vitro investigation, dental bonding agents used under ideal conditions reduced the microleakage associated with crown foundation materials. Less microleakage occurred with resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement than with zinc phosphate cement. GPM 29254. Castability and resistance of ceramometal bonding in Ni-Cr and Ni-Cr-Be alloys Osvaldo L. Bezzon, DDS, Ricardo F. Ribeiro, DDS, João M. D. A. Rollo, PhD, Stella Crosara Rebeirão Preto, São Paulo, Brazil This study disclosed that the presence of beryllium in the Ni-Cr alloys tested is not necessary to guarantee their castability or ceramometal bond resistance. GPM 29955. Behavioral approaches to reduce hypersensitive gag response Joseph K. Neumann, PhD, Gird A. McCarty, DDS, MS Johnson City, Tenn. 30556. Simplified procedure for preparing removable dies Linda J. Thornton, DDS, MS Philadelphia, Pa. 306
  12. 12. April57. Why should you publish in The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry? Carol A. Lefebvre 31358. Editorial: Reviewers guide to evaluating manuscripts Glen P. McGivney, DDS 31559. Reviewers guide to evaluating manuscripts 31660. The Academy of Prosthodontics and The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS 319 Classical Article TOP61. Load distribution in extension saddle partial dentures George W. Hindels, DDS New York, N.Y. 324 Original Articles TOP62. Restorative and orthodontic treatment of maxillary peg incisors: A clinical report Johannes H. Schmitz, DDS, PhD, Raoul Coffano, CDT, Antonella Bruschi Milan, Italy The authors describe their use of minor tooth movement and full- coverage PFM crowns to treat an esthetic defect that resulted from diastemata and peg-shaped lateral incisors. GPM 33063. Prosthetic considerations in the restoration of orthodontically treated maxillary lateral incisors to replace missing central incisors: A clinical report Stella Chaushu, DMD, MSc, Adrian Becker, BDS, LDS RCS, DDO RCPS, Maya Zalkind, DMD Jerusalem, Israel The authors describe their use of orthodontic space closure and prosthodontic modification of the lateral incisors to treat 2 young patients with missing maxillary incisors. They also present 2 alternative methods for the modification of crown anatomy. GPM 33564. Bimaxillary soft splints for unconscious hard-clenching patients: A clinical report Yoshinobu Maeda, DDS, PhD, Misao Ikuzawa, DDS, Toakuji Mitani, DDS, Shinsuke Matsuda, RDT Osaka, Japan The authors describe a unique bimaxillary soft splint used to protect oral tissues and facilitate the removal of sputum and saliva from an unconscious hard-clenching patient. GPM 342
  13. 13. 64. Cement-retained prostheses in implant dentistry: A clinical report Waldimir Rocha de Carvalho, CD, Eliane dos Santos Porto Barboza, CD, MScD, DScD, André Luis Caúla, CD Rio de Janeiro, Brazil For the restoration of an edentulous mandible, the authors present an alternative approach that makes use of an overdenture prosthesis inserted over a cement-retained superstructure. GPM 34565. Augmentation of obturator retention by extension into the nasal aperture: A clinical report Mark A. Pigno, DDS, Jeff J. Funk, BS, CDT San Antonio, Texas The authors document their engagement of nasal aperture space to augment obturator retention for a patient with an unfavorable unilateral maxillectomy defect. GPM 34966. Effects of triclosan on the cytotoxicity and fungal growth on a soft denture liner Carol A. Lefebvre, DDS, MS, John C. Wataha, DMD, PhD, Roman M. Cibirka, DDS, MS, George S. Schuster, DDS, PhD, Gregory R. Parr, DDS, MS Augusta, Ga. In this in vitro study, the triclosan-containing additive tested did not significantly alter the cytotoxicity of the denture lining material or reduce the adherence of viable Candida albicans to the material surface after 24 hours. GPM 35267. New method for divesting cobalt-chromium alloy castings: Sandblasting with a mixed abrasive powder Yoshiaki Taga, Keiji Kawai, DDS, PhD, Takashi Nokubi, DDS, PhD Osaka, Japan The authors provide an excellent method for divesting and sandblasting Co-Cr removable partial denture frameworks with a mixed powder composed of aluminum oxide and glass beads. GPM 35768. Tooth preparations for complete crowns: An art form based on scientific principles Charles J. Goodacre, DDS, MSD, Wayne V. Campagni, DMD, Steven A. Aquilino, DDS, MS Loma Linda, Calif., and Iowa City, Iowa This thorough and perceptive article reviews the literature on and details the scientific principles of tooth preparations for complete crowns. GPM 36369. Implant-induced expansion of atrophic ridges for the placement of implants Mauro Cruz, DDS, MDSci, Clóvis Cruz Reis, DDS, Flávio de Freitas Mattos, DDS, DDPH, MDSci Minas Gerais, Brazil
  14. 14. This article describes an implant-induced bone expansion procedure that expands the cortical plates of the alveolar ridges by using wedge- shaped implants and the principles of guided tissue regeneration. GPM 37770. Immediate loading of single root form implants with the use of a custom acrylic stent Periklis Proussaefs, DDS, MS, Jaime Lozada, DDS Loma Linda, Calif. The authors present a technique for fabricating a provisional screw- retained restoration for immediately loaded single implants. GPM 38271. A comparison of the wear resistance and hardness of indirect composite resins Michael N. Mandikos, BDSc, MS, Glen P. McGivney, DDS, Elaine Davis, PhD, Peter J. Bush, BSc, J. Malcolm Carter, MSc, PhD Buffalo, N.Y. This study demonstrated that the second-generation indirect composites tested have not improved in wear or hardness over the first-generation indirect composite Concept. GPM 38672. Shear peel bond strength of compomers veneered to amalgam Yousra Hussein Al-Jazairy Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Of the 3 compomer materials tested in this in vitro study, Dyract AP showed the highest bond strength and appeared to be the material of choice for veneering amalgam restorations. GPM 39673. In vitro testing of the bond between soft materials used for maxillofacial prostheses and cast titanium Burkhard H. Wolf, Dr med dent, Bernd K. Reitemeier, Dr med dent, Annette E. Schmidt, Dr med, Gert H. Richter, Dr Ing, Gillian Duncan, BFA, MS Dresden, Germany, and Rochester, Minn. The results of this study suggest that it is possible to combine a titanium framework with soft silicone materials without compromising the color of the resulting prosthesis. GPM 40174. Use of inductively coupled plasma-emission spectroscopy and mercury vapor analyses to evaluate elemental release from a high-copper dental amalgam: A pilot study Brett I. Cohen, PhD, Bapanaiah Penugonda, BDS, MS South Hackensack, N.J., and New York, N.Y. This laboratory study evaluated elemental leakage from a dental amalgam. GPM 409
  15. 15. 75. Use of a patients old complete denture to determine vertical dimension of occlusion Majid Bissasu, DDS, PhD Homs, Syria 41376. Modification of a Super-Sep bottle for paint-on application of a separating medium used in flasking dentures Eric S. Asher, MAMS, John H. Evans, DDS, Robert F. Wright, DDS New York and Bronx, N.Y. 41577. Fabricating a simple closure guide for the dual-arch impression technique Stephen M. Keesee, DDS, Stephen M. Cameron, DDS, Thomas B. Lefler, DMD Fort Gordon, Ga. 418
  16. 16. May TOP78. The Pacific Coast Society of Prosthodontists and The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry Paul P. Binon, DDS, MSD, Brien R. Lang, DDS, MS 42379. The speaking method in measuring vertical dimension Meyer M. Silverman, DDS Washington, D.C. 427 2000 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing Award TOP80. Maxillofacial prosthetic rehabilitation of a midfacial defect complicated by microstomia: A clinical report Ansgar C. Cheng, BDS, MS, Alvin G. Wee, BDS, MS, Li Tat-Keung, CDT Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and Columbus, Ohio Winner of the 2000 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing Award, Clinical Report category. In this award-winning article, the authors describe intraoral and extraoral prostheses fabricated to restore the speech, dental articulation, mastication, lip support, and anterior oral seal of a patient with a midfacial defect and microstomia. GPM 432 Original Articles TOP81. Effect of adhesive retention of maxillofacial prostheses. Part 2: Time and reapplication effects Sudarat Kiat-amnuay, DDS, MS, Lawrence Gettleman, DMD, MSD, Zafrulla Khan, DDS, MS, L. Jane Goldsmith, PhD Louisville, Ky. The results of this study suggest that applying a second coat of adhesive after an interval of 4 to 8 hours enhances the retention of silicone elastomer strips. GPM 43882. Stress distribution around maxillary implants in anatomic photoelastic models of varying geometry. Part I Martin D. Gross, BDS, LDS, MSc, Joseph Nissan, DMD, Rellu Samuel Tel Aviv, Israel Using a frontal anatomic sectional plate model and a midfacial rectangular model, the authors investigated the effects of supporting geometry, boundary conditions, and loading direction on stress distribution around implants. GPM 44283. Stress distribution around maxillary implants in anatomic photoelastic models of varying geometry. Part II Martin D. Gross, BDS, LDS, MSc, Joseph Nissan, DMD Tel Aviv, Israel
  17. 17. In this continuation of the previous study, the authors modeled the stress distribution around maxillary implants by comparing simulated occlusal loading in a 2-dimensional photoelastic anatomic model and in a dry skull model. GPM 45084. Ten-year survival rates of teeth adjacent to treated and untreated posterior bounded edentulous spaces Steven A. Aquilino, DDS, MS, Daniel A. Shugars, DDS, PhD, MPH, James D. Bader, DDS, MPH, B. Alexander White, DDS, MS, DrPH Iowa City, Iowa; Chapel Hill, N.C.; and Portland, Ore. This 10-year retrospective follow-up study provides data useful for determining, in treatment planning, whether to restore a single missing posterior tooth and in what manner. DAF 45585. The influence of intracrevicular crown margins on gingival health: Preliminary findings Sergio G. Kancyper, DDS, MS, Sreenivas Koka, DDS, MS, PhD San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina, and Lincoln, Neb. The findings of this preliminary study indicate that crowns with intracrevicular margins, fabricated from various new and traditional materials, can provide favorable gingival and microbial responses when they are supported by either natural teeth or titanium implant abutments. GPM 46186. In vitro TNF- release from THP-1 monocytes in response to dental casting alloys exposed to lipopolysaccharide Steven K. Nelson, DMD, John C. Wataha, DMD, PhD, Roman M. Cibirka, DDS, MS, Petra E. Lockwood Augusta, Ga. This study indicates that certain crown alloys, in and of themselves, may elicit the release of inflammatory agents from human monocytes; other alloys may do so if lipopolysaccharide adheres to them. GPM 46687. Effect of groove placement on the retention/resistance of resin-bonded retainers for maxillary and mandibular second molars Riyadh Z. Emara, MDentSc, Declan Byrne, MSc, David L. Hussey, BDS, PhD, Noel Claffey, MDentSc Dublin and Belfast, Ireland Within the limitations of this study, resin-bonded retainers demonstrated significant improvement in retention/resistance when grooves were placed in the tooth preparation of maxillary molars. The effect of grooves on mandibular second molars was less pronounced. GPM 472
  18. 18. 88. Curing potential of dual-polymerizable resin cements in simulated clinical situations W. Frank Caughman, DMD, MEd, Daniel C. N. Chan, DDS, MS, Frederick A. Rueggeberg, DDS, MS Augusta, Ga. This study evaluated 6 commercially available dual-polymerizable resin cements against 4 criteria to determine whether any cement should be classified as “all-purpose.” GPM 47989. The influence of maxillary central incisor position in complete dentures on /s/ sound production Christoph Runte, Dr med dent, Michael Lawerino, Dr med dent, Dieter Dirksen, Dr rer nat, Friedhelm Bollmann, Prof Dr med, Dr med dent, Antoinette Lamprecht-Dinnesen, Prof Dr med, Eberhard Seifert, PD Dr med Muenster, Germany, and Berne, Switzerland This study investigated the effect of different maxillary central incisor positions on speech patterns. GPM 48590. Repair of denture base resin using woven metal and glass fiber: Effect of methylene chloride pretreatment Eiichi Nagai, DDS, PhD, Kenji Otani, DDS, PhD, Yoshinori Satoh, DDS, PhD, Shiro Suzuki, DDS, PhD Tokyo, Japan, and Birmingham, Ala. In this study, specimens repaired with methylene chloride pretreatment and glass fiber reinforcement demonstrated the highest transverse strength and elastic modulus values. GPM 49691. Alternative uses of a visible light-polymerized material Ricardo Mitrani, DDS, MSD, Jeffrey E. Rubenstein, DMD, MS, John C. Kois, DMD, MSD, Keith M. Phillips, DMD, MSD Seattle, Wash. The authors describe the use of a light-polymerized material in 3 procedures: ridge topography transfer for ovate pontic sites, implant analog fixation, and soft tissue cast fabrication. GPM 50192. Fabrication of imaging and surgical guides for dental implants Dov M. Almog, DMD, Eduardo Torrado, DDS, Sean W. Meitner, DDS, MS Rochester, N.Y. The authors describe 4 different imaging and surgical guides that help transpose valuable prosthetic planning information to the surgical phase of implant therapy. They also introduce set-up disks, which enhance the design and fabrication of guides. GPM 50493. Use of a cross-mounting buccal index to help transfer the spatial relationships of an interim prosthesis to the definitive implant-supported prosthesis Nopsaran Chaimattayompol, DDS, John Stanescu, DDS, Jay Steinberg, DDS, Thomas J. Vergo, Jr, DDS Boston, Mass., and New York, N.Y.
  19. 19. The authors describe an interesting method for the fabrication of an index for definitive implant abutment selection, framework design, and fabrication. GPM 50994. Laboratory processing of housing-retained attachments for implant- supported overdentures Eugene Choy, DDS, MSD, David Reimer, CDT Puyallup and Mukilteo, Wash. In the authors experience, the described technique ensures a precise fit of retentive attachments at delivery of the overdenture to the patient. GPM 51695. A simple technique for boxing impressions for fabrication of altered casts Leila Jahangiri, BDS, DMD, MMSc, Patrick Mascarenhas, DDS, MDS, Donald Kitzis, DDS, MSD New York, N.Y. 519
  20. 20. June News from the Editorial Council TOP96. Editorial: Evidence-based dentistry article series Glen P. McGivney, DDS, Editor 52597. The influences of partial denture design on distribution of force to abutment teeth Arthur R. Frechette, Captain (DC) USN Camp Pendleton, Calif. 52798. The use of implants in the occlusal rehabilitation of a partially edentulous patient: A clinical report Norsiah Yunus, BDS, MSc, Hadijah Abdullah, BDS, MSc, Firdaus Hanapiah, BDS, MSc Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia The authors present the restoration of posterior support and severely worn dentition with implants and fixed partial dentures. 54099. Retrospective assessment of 546 all-ceramic anterior and posterior crowns in a general practice Barry S. Segal, DDS Key Biscayne, Fla. The author provides a retrospective analysis of In-Ceram crowns that were in service from 1 to 6 years with an overall 99.1% success rate in all areas of the mouth. 544100. In vitro color stability of double-layer veneers after accelerated aging Guido Heydecke, Dr Med Dent, Feimin Zhang, DDS, MS, Michael E. Razzoog, DDS, MS, MPH Ann Arbor, Mich., and Nanjing, China Through a simulation study on the color stability of double-layer veneers, the authors demonstrated that this type of restoration has excellent potential for success. 551101. The effects of dowel design and load direction on dowel-and-core restorations Hong-So Yang, DDS, PhD, Lisa A. Lang, DDS, MS, Anthony Molina, DDS, MS, David A. Felton, DDS, MS, FACP Kwangju, Korea; Denver, Colo.; and Chapel Hill, N.C. In this finite element analysis study, the authors found that load direction has a much greater effect than dowel design on maximum stress and displacement. 558102. Effect of impression materials on hybridized dentin Max Nahon, DDS, Terence R. Dentkos, DDS, Steve K. Nelson, DMD, F. Michael Gardner, DDS, MA, Ernest A. Rillman, DMD Augusta, Ga.
  21. 21. In this study, the winner of the 2000 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing Award in the Research/Clinical Sciences category, the authors found that none of the impression materials tested significantly affected the dentin hybrid layer. 568103. Nondestructive, in vitro quantification of crown margins Christina A. Mitchell, BDS, PhD, Maria R. Pintado, MPH, William H. Douglas, BDS, MS, PhD Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Minneapolis, Minn. This in vitro study, which used nondestructive profilometry to evaluate the marginal fit of different types of crowns, disclosed that fit varied considerably around the circumference of each crown. 575104. Application of finite element analysis in implant dentistry: A review of the literature Jian-Ping Geng, BDS, MSD, Keson B. C. Tan, BDS(Hons), MSD, Gui-Rong Liu, PhD Singapore The authors review the current status of FEA applications in implant dentistry and discuss findings from FEA studies in relation to the bone- implant interface, the implant-prosthesis connection, and multiple- implant prostheses. 585105. Dynamic fatigue properties of the dental implant-abutment interface: Joint opening in wide-diameter versus standard-diameter hex–type implants Scott A. Hoyer, BS, Clark M. Stanford, DDS, PhD, Supanee Buranadham, DDS, Todd Fridrich, CDT, Jacob Wagner, BSE, David Gratton, DDS, MS Iowa City, Iowa, and London, Ontario, Canada This clinically relevant study demonstrated that wide-diameter hex-type implants and conventional-diameter implants experienced similar joint opening after periods of dynamic loading. 599106. Extraoral maxillofacial prosthetic rehabilitation at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center: A survey of patient attitudes and opinions Jeffery C. Markt, DDS, James C. Lemon, DDS Iowa City, Iowa, and Houston, Texas This survey identified patient concerns with prosthetic longevity, color stability, and adhesion that could be mitigated through continued material science research. 608107. Accelerated color change in a maxillofacial elastomer with and without pigmentation John J. Gary, DDS, Eugene F. Huget, DDS, MS, MBA, Larry D. Powell, DDS Memphis, Tenn. Using accelerated weathering conditions in 2 locations, the authors investigated whether predictable color changes would occur for 3 ASTM-approved pigments when each was blended singly with a specific maxillofacial elastomer. 614
  22. 22. 108. Using the neutral zone to obtain maxillomandibular relationship records for complete denture patients Stephen G. Alfano, DDS, LCDR, USNR, Richard J. Leupold, DDS, CAPT, USN Bethesda, Md. This technique makes use of a combination of functional and static recording methods to obtain an accurate maxillomandibular relationship record. 621109. The double-inlay technique: A new concept and improvement in design Bruno Dailey, DDS, Philippe Gateau, DDS, Laurent Covo, DDS, MS Paris, France The authors present a modified double-inlay technique that makes use of a parallel pin system, which allows less tooth structure removal and ensures satisfactory retention and adaptation of the restoration. 624110. A helpful technique for removing dowel core pattern locked within a tooth Ali Mirfazaelian, DDS, MSc Tehran, Iran 628
  23. 23. July TOP111. The Prosthodontic Residency Subscription Program Donald L. Mitchell 1112. Terminal hinge movement of the mandible Ulf Posselt Malmö Sweden 2113. Immediate stabilization at stage II of Zygomatic implants: Rationale and technique Edmond Bedrossian, DDS, Lambert J. Stumpel, III, DDS Oakland, Calif. The authors describe a technique that allows for the placement of implants to restore a resorbed maxilla without major grafting procedures. 10114. Operator-induced compressive axial forces during implant gold screw fastening Igor John Pesun, DMD, MS, FACP, Mary Elizabeth Brosky, DMD, Tom W. P. Korioth, BOd, Cir Dent, PhD, James Hodges, PhD, Brian J. Devoe Minneapolis, Minn. The in vitro data from this study suggest that clinical experience influences the amount of compressive axial force applied during gold screw tightening. 15115. Stress levels for well-fitting implant superstructures as a function of tightening force levels, tightening sequence, and different operators Joseph Nissan, DMD, Martin Gross, BDS, LDS, MSc, Arie Shifman, DMD, David Assif, DMD Tel Aviv, Israel This in vitro study suggests that, in an implant-supported hybrid prosthesis, the impact of variable tightening and torque on screw preload is minimized when the prosthesis fits accurately. 20116. Implant abutment screw rotations and preloads for four different screw materials and surfaces Will C. Martin, DMD, MS, Ronald D. Woody, DDS, Barbara H. Miller, DDS, MS, Amp W. Miller, DDS Gainesville, Fla., and Dallas, Texas This study evaluated the effect of surface modification of implant abutment screws on the generation of preload values in the flat-top hex system. The authors found that commercially available screws with surface treatments provided greater preload values than conventional gold alloy and titanium alloy screws. 24
  24. 24. 117. Annual review of selected dental literature: Report of the committee on scientific investigation of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry Edward P. Allen, DDS, PhD, Stephen C. Bayne, MS, PhD, Alan H. Brodine, DMD, Robert J. Cronin, Jr, DDS, MS, Terence E. Donovan, DDS, John C. Kois, DMD, MSD, James B. Summitt, DDS, MS Dallas, Texas 33118. An evidence-based assessment of occlusal adjustment as a treatment for temporomandibular disorders Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, DDS, PhD, Kazuyoshi Baba, DDS, PhD, Glenn T. Clark, DDS, MS Fukuoka and Tokyo, Japan, and Los Angeles, Calif. In this excellent literature review, the authors conclude that published evidence does not support occlusal adjustment as a reasonable therapy for nocturnal bruxism or nonacute, non-tooth-related TMD problems. 57119. Occlusal plane discrepancies generated by transverse horizontal axis deviations John F. Bowley, DDS, MS, Steven M. Morgano, DMD Jabriya, Kuwait In this study, the authors investigated the type and magnitude of occlusal errors that can be produced by deviations between the patients actual transverse horizontal axis and the resulting axis mounted in an articulator. 67120. The effect of thermal change on various dowel-and-core restorative materials Hong-So Yang, DDS, PhD, Lisa A. Lang, DDS, MS, Albert D. Guckes, DDS, MS, David A. Felton, DDS, MS, FACP Kwangju, Korea, Denver, Colo., and Chapel Hill, N.C. In this finite element analysis study, nonmetallic dowel-and-core materials produced greater stress than metallic dowel materials. The authors suggest that metal dowel-and-core materials are preferable for intraoral use. 74121. Marginal adaptation of inlay-retained adhesive fixed partial dentures after mechanical and thermal stress: An in vitro study Till N. Göehring, Dr med dent, Ove A. Peters, Dr med dent, Felix Lutz, Prof Dr med, Dr med dent Zurich, Switzerland In this in vitro study, box-shaped abutment-cavity preparations achieved better marginal adaptation with a selective bonding technique. 81
  25. 25. 122. Comparison of castability and surface roughness of commercially pure titanium and cobalt-chromium denture frameworks Kyung-Soo Jang, DDS, MSD, PhD, Suk-Jin Youn, DDS, MSD, PhD, Yung-Soo Kim, DDS, MSD, PhD, MSc Seoul, Korea The results of this study indicate that commercially pure titanium has desirable clinical characteristics for use in conventional removable partial denture frameworks. 93123. A method of making casts for permanent, complete acrylic resin denture bases without blocking out undercuts Michael G. Reeson, GCGI, DipHE, Nicholas J. A. Jepson, BDS, PhD Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom 99
  26. 26. August124. Some clinical factors related to rate of resorption of residual ridges Douglas Allen Atwood, AB, MD, DMD Boston, Mass. 119125. Implant repositioning for esthetic reasons: A clinical report Carlo E. Poggio, DDS, MSD, PhD, Antonino Salvato, MD, DDS, MSD Milan, Italy The authors describe the surgical correction of an unesthetic implant position that resulted from unexpected postpubertal growth. 126126. An interim extraoral prosthesis used for the rehabilitation of a patient treated for osteoradionecrosis of the mandible: A clinical report Leanne Mary Sykes, BSc, BDS, MDent Johannesburg, South Africa The author describes the fabrication of an acrylic/rubber prosthesis retained by an orthodontic headgear. The prosthesis was used to improve the mastication, speech, and saliva control of a patient with osteoradionecrosis. 130127. Use of a silicone disclosing material in patients with embrasure undercuts Yuuji Sato, DDS, PhD, Mihoko Sato, DDS Hiroshima, Japan This article presents a simplified chairside procedure that facilitates the use of a silicone disclosing medium when wide interproximal embrasures exist near the abutments. 135128. Magnets in prosthetic dentistry Melissa Alessandra Riley, BMedSc, PhD, Anthony Damien Walmsley, BDS, MSc, PhD, Ivor Rex Harris, BSc, PhD, DSc Birmingham, United Kingdom The authors skillfully review the use and development of magnets in dentistry and summarize the aims of future research on magnet use. 137129. Repair of denture base resins with visible light-polymerized reline material: Effect on tensile and shear bond strengths Huda D. Stipho, BDS, MScD, Yonsef F. Talic, BDS, MS Boston, Mass., and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia In this study, when the selected reline resin was used to repair PMMA and glass-fiber-reinforced PMMA acrylic resins, low tensile and shear bond strengths resulted. 143130. In vitro fatigue resistance of glass ionomer cements used in post-and-core applications Philippe Gateau, DCD, PhD, Marc Sabek, DCD, DSO, Bruno Dailey, DCD Paris, France
  27. 27. In this in vitro experiment, 2 new-generation glass ionomers showed improved mechanical properties. However, they still did not appear to be adequate for post-and-core applications. 149131. Fluoride release from restorative materials and a luting cement Marie Helvatjoglu-Antoniades, DDS, PhD, Panagiotis Karantakis, DDS, PhD, Yannis Papadogiannis, DDS, PhD, Hryssostomos Kapetanios, DDS Thessaloniki, Greece In this 16-week study, fluoride release from the glass ionomer materials and compomer was greater than that from the sealants and composite resin tested. 156132. The effect of disinfection and a wetting agent on the wettability of addition-polymerized silicone impression materials Paul J. Milward, M Phil, Mark G. Waters, BSc, PhD Cardiff, Wales The results of this study suggest that the application of a wetting agent after disinfection of a silicone impression material may help dental technicians produce void-free casts. 165133. Type and incidence of cracks in posterior teeth Steve Ratcliff, DDS, Irwin M. Becker, DDS, Linda Quinn, MS Key Biscayne, Fla., and Cleveland, Ohio This observational study correlated the presence of cracks in teeth with the presence of Class I and II restorations, excursive interferences, and parafunction. 168134. Communicating facial plane information to the dental laboratory: Introducing the Facial Plane Relator Device Joseph R. Greenberg, DMD, Phillip P. Ho, DMD Philadelphia, Pa. The authors describe a new supplemental device for recording critical facial landmarks and transferring that information to the dental laboratory technician. 173135. Immediate provisional restorations to aid in gingival healing and optimal contours for implant patients Walter F. Biggs, DMD, Allen L. Litvak, Jr, DMD Pensacola, Fla. The authors describe a procedure for making an impression at stage I implant surgery and present the laboratory steps for fabricating a custom provisional restoration. 177136. Alternative method for retention and removal of cement-retained implant prostheses Fernando Paulo Bastos Valbao, Jr, DDS, MSc, Eduardo Gomez Perez, DDS, Marcio Breda, Espirito Santo, Brazil
  28. 28. The authors describe a technique that facilitates arch alignment, retention, stability, and retrievability. 181137. A review of temporomandibular disorder diagnostic techniques Kazuyoshi Baba, DDS, PhD, Yoshihiro Tsukiyama, DDS, PhD, Mayumi Yamazaki, DDS, Glenn T. Clark, DDS, MS Tokyo and Fukuoka, Japan, and Los Angeles, Calif. This article reviews the literature on instruments and ancillary devices used to diagnose temporomandibular disorder. The authors conclude that, although these instruments may have value, their utility and validity have not been established. 184138. A piezoelectric film-based intrasplint detection method for bruxism Hisahiro Takeuchi, DDS, PhD, Takashi Ikeda, DDS, PhD, Glenn T. Clark, DDS, MS Tokushima and Kochi, Japan, and Los Angeles, Calif. The authors present an interesting pilot study on the use of an intrasplint piezoelectric film method to monitor bruxism. 195139. Principles of biocompatibility for dental practitioners John C. Wataha, DMD, PhD Augusta, Ga. This excellent article reviews the biocompatibility principles that practicing dentists should understand. A definition of biocompatibility, its relevance to clinical practice, and an overview of how it is measured are presented. 203140. Technique for fabricating a lightweight, urethane-lined silicone orbital prosthesis Sudarat Kiat-amnuay, DDS, MS, James C. Lemon, DDS, Peggy J. Wesley Houston, Texas The authors present a technique for packing an acrylic resin core and controlling the thickness of an orbital prosthesis with the use of an irreversible hydrocolloid matrix. 210
  29. 29. September141. The function and importance of incisal guidance in oral rehabilitation Clyde H. Schuyler, DDS Montclair, N.J. 219142. Creating an adaptable anterior margin for an implant-retained auricular prosthesis Todd M. Kubon, BA, MAMS Toronto, Ontario, Canada In this article, winner of the 2000 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing Award in the Technique category, the author describes the creation of an adaptable auricular prosthesis margin that will remain stable throughout a complete range of motion. 233143. An atypical chairside immediate denture: A clinical report Anton S. Gotlieb, DDS, Samuel W. Askinas, DDS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. This clinical report describes the chairside replication of an extensive fixed prosthesis as part of an immediate complete denture. 241144. The effect of storage time on the accuracy and dimensional stability of reversible hydrocolloid impression material Paul E. Schleier, DDS, F. Michael Gardner, DDS, MA, Steven K. Nelson, DMD, David H. Pashley, DMD, PhD Augusta, Ga. This study showed that Van R Slate tray and Cartiloid blue syringe reversible hydrocolloid can be stored in 100% humidity for at least 60 minutes without a clinically significant loss in accuracy. 244145. A review of 243 errors possible during the fabrication of a removable partial denture: Part I Robert W. Rudd, BS, DDS, MS, CDT, Kenneth D. Rudd, BS, DDS Colorado Springs, Colo., and San Antonio, Texas In Part I of this 3-part article, the authors review possible errors 1 through 71 and provide helpful suggestions for avoiding them. 251146. A review of 243 errors possible during the fabrication of a removable partial denture: Part II Robert W. Rudd, BS, DDS, MS, CDT, Kenneth D. Rudd, BS, DDS Colorado Springs, Colo., and San Antonio, Texas In Part II of this 3-part article, the authors review possible errors 72 through 168 and provide helpful suggestions for avoiding them. 262
  30. 30. 147. A review of 243 errors possible during the fabrication of a removable partial denture: Part III Robert W. Rudd, BS, DDS, MS, CDT, Kenneth D. Rudd, BS, DDS Colorado Springs, Colo., and San Antonio, Texas In Part III of this 3-part article, the authors review possible errors 169 through 243 and provide helpful suggestions for avoiding them. 277148. Influence of shade and storage time on the flexural strength, flexural modulus, and hardness of composites used for indirect restorations Paulo Francisco Cesar, DDS, MS, Walter Gomes Miranda, Júnior, DDS, MS, PhD, Roberto Ruggiero Braga, DDS, MS, PhD São Paulo, Brazil The results of this study suggest that the use of indirect composite materials for more extensive prosthetic devices should be considered carefully. 289149. Bonding amalgam to enamel: Shear bond strength and SEM morphology Supoj Dhanasomboon, DDS, MSc, Toru Nikaido, DDS, PhD, Yasushi Shimada, DDS, PhD, Junji Tagami, DDS, PhD Songkla, Thailand, and Tokyo, Japan In 5 of the 6 groups tested in this study, the dual application of either adhesive resin or resin-modified glass ionomer resulted in satisfactory bond strengths of amalgam to enamel. 297150. The use of reinforced composite resin cement as compensation for reduced post length Joseph Nissan, DMD, Yevnin Dmitry, DMD, David Assif, DMD Tel Aviv, Israel This study compared the retention values of stainless steel posts luted with 2 different cements. The results indicate that shorter posts can be used with the titanium-reinforced composite resin cement tested. 304151. Effect of various surface protections on the margin microleakage of resin- modified glass ionomer cements Shu-Fen Chuang, DDS, Ying-Tai Jin, DDS, MS, Pei-Fen Tsai, DDS, Tung-Yiu Wong, DDS Tainan City, Taiwan The results of this in vitro study suggest that resin adhesive can be used as a surface protection agent to improve the margin sealing of resin- modified glass ionomer cements. 309152. Shear bond strength of resin composite veneering material to gold alloy with varying metal surface preparations Hideo Matsumura, DDS, PhD, Hiroaki Yanagida, DDS, Naomi Tanoue, DDS, PhD, Mitsuru Atsuta, DDS, PhD, Saiji Shimoe, DT Nagasaki, Japan
  31. 31. The Metaltite conditioner and Siloc system tested in this study appear to be useful for improving the integrity of veneer-metal interfaces and extending the service life of restorations. 315153. Emergency repair of a fractured dowel-retained precision attachment for a removable partial denture Christopher D. Lynch, BDS, Patrick J. Quinn Cork, Ireland 320154. Using tooth and color guides together Bruce Marcucci, DDS San Francisco, Calif. 322155. Interim denture used as a guide for presurgical radiographic evaluation of dental implant therapy Tsung-Po Tsai, DDS, Shih-Hao Chang, DDS, Hsiang-Hsi Hong, DMD, DSC, Yu-Fu Shen, DDS Taoyuan, Taiwan, Republic of China 324156. A screwdriver for ITI abutments Ali Mirfazaelian, DDS, MSc Tehran, Iran 326
  32. 32. October157. Maxillofacial prosthetics: A half century of care Jonathan P. Wiens, DDS, MSD 331158. The Italian Academy of Prosthetic Dentistry—Founded in 1979. 332159. Influence of impression procedures and occlusal loading on partial denture movement John B. Holmes, Lieutenant Commander (DC) USN Mayport, Fla. 335160. Prosthodontics for pediatric patients with congenital/developmental orofacial anomalies: A long-term follow-up Thomas J. Vergo, Jr, DDS Boston, Mass Clinical observations about patients seen over 25 years of practice are presented with a focus on complications such as temporomandibular joint stability, caries, soft tissue and bony support changes, and denture adaptation. 342161. A radiation-shielding device for craniofacial implant placement Regina B. Hatfield, DMD, V. Vladimir Frias, DDS, Jack J. Wazen, MD, Steven R. Isaacson, MD, Eric S. Asher, MAMS, Robert F. Wright, DDS New York, N.Y. This clinical report illustrates the possible uses of an extraoral radiation shield for both extraoral and intraoral sites. 348162. Prosthodontic guidelines for surgical reconstruction of the maxilla: A classification system of defects Devin J. Okay, DDS, Eric Genden, MD, Daniel Buchbinder, DMD, MD, Mark Urken, MD New York, N.Y. In this retrospective study, the authors reviewed 47 surgical and/or prosthodontic treatments of acquired palatomaxillary defects in an attempt to establish restoration guidelines and organize them into a classification system. 352163. Prosthetic treatments for patients with ectodermal dysplasia Alan J. Hickey, DMD, Thomas J. Vergo, Jr, DDS Portland, Me., and Boston, Mass. The authors define and describe the nature of ectodermal dysplasias, highlighting the dental complications associated with this congenital/developmental condition. 364
  33. 33. 164. Retrospective case series of primary and secondary microvascular free tissue transfer reconstruction of midfacial defects Neal D. Futran, MD, DMD Seattle, Wash. This study evaluated the functional and cosmetic success of both soft tissue and osteocutaneous free flap reconstruction of the midface. 369165. Remote implant anchorage for the rehabilitation of maxillary defects Stephen M. Parel, DDS, Per-Ingvar Brånemark, MD, PhD, Lars-Olof Ohrnell, DDS, Barbro Svensson Dallas, Texas, and Göteborg, Sweden This article suggests that the zygoma implant can help create effective retention in anatomic areas that might otherwise be unsuitable for implant placement without grafting. 377166. A custom impression tray made with the aid of an existing prosthesis: A clinical technique Joseph R. Cain, DDS, MS Oklahoma City, Okla. The author describes a technique that is particularly valuable for maxillofacial prostheses with complex contours. 382167. Assisted retention of a hearing device in an implant-retained auricular prosthesis Robert M. Taft, DDS, Ann Sue von Gonten, DDS, Steven T. Wheeler Bethesda, Md., and Washington, D.C. The authors describe a technique that allows a modular hearing aid device to be inserted into a custom “sleeve.” With this device, the patient can take advantage of binaural cues. 386168. Comparison of monopolar and bipolar electrosurgical modes for restorative dentistry: A review of the literature Gus J. Livaditis, DDS Baltimore, Md. The author reviews general concepts in electrosurgery, compares the two basic types of electrosurgical units, and evaluates applications of electrosurgery in restorative dentistry. 390169. Vital pulp therapy with bipolar electrocoagulation after intentional pulp exposure of fixed prosthodontic abutments: A clinical report Gus J. Livaditis, DDS Baltimore, Md. The author describes a clinical protocol for the treatment of intentional and unavoidable exposed pulps during crown preparation. 400
  34. 34. 170. Multifactorial analysis of differences in temporomandibular joint hard tissue anatomic relationships between disk displacement with and without reduction in women Andrew G. Pullinger, DDS, MSc, Donald A. Seligman, DDS Los Angeles, Calif. The authors present data, obtained from sagittal tomography and evaluated with multifactorial analysis, on the hard tissue relationships of internal derangement of the temporomandibular joint. 407171. Isolation of Candida species from the oral cavity and fingertips of complete denture wearers Azmi Mohammad-Ghaleb Darwazeh, BDS, MSc, PhD, Sulieman Al- Refai, BDS, Sultan Al-Mojaiwel, BDS Irbid, Jordan, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia In this study, the hands of complete denture wearers who had oral Candida were significantly more colonized with Candida species than the hands of oral Candida-free subjects. The authors suggest that patients with removable prostheses should be informed about the importance of denture and personal hygiene and the possibility of fungal hand contamination due to denture handling. 420172. Flexural strength of heat-polymerized polymethyl methacrylate denture resin reinforced with glass, aramid, or nylon fibers Jacob John, MDS, Shivaputrappa A. Gangadhar, MDS, Ila Shah, MDS Davangere, Karnatata, India This in vitro study demonstrated a significant improvement in the flexural strength of conventional acrylic resin when it was reinforced with glass or aramid fibers. 424173. Platelet concentration and its effect on bone formation in calvarial defects: An experimental study in rabbits Eun-Seok Kim, DDS, MS, Eun-Jin Park, DDS, MS, Pill-Hoon Choung, DDS, MS, PhD Seoul, Korea The authors present an animal model for evaluating the effect on bone formation of adding platelet-rich plasma to an autogenous cancellous marrow graft. 428174. Orientation of retentive matrices on spherical attachments independent of implant parallelism Andrew S. Wiemeyer, DMD, John R. Agar, DDS, MA, Reza B. Kazemi, DMD Farmington, Conn. The authors describe a technique for the fabrication of a matrix- paralleling device. The device allows proper orientation of the retentive
  35. 35. matrices to establish a common path of withdrawal for the prosthesis and all attachments. 434175. Modified flasking technique for processing a maxillary resection obturator with continuous pressure injection H. Serdar Cotert, DDS, PhD, Cenk Cura, DDS, PhD, Atilla Kesercioglu, DDS, PhD Izmir, Turkey This article describes the use of the continuous pressure injection technique to process the perpendicularly aligned wax pattern of a large-volume maxillary resection obturator. 438176. A simple and inexpensive inclusion technique for denture identification Michael G. Reeson, GCGI, DipHE Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom 441177. Complete denture mounting casts with intact anatomical landmarks Robert Clark, PhD, BDS Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom 443178. A technique to help construct a stable maxillary record base for fixed prosthodontic treatment A. Hussein Shahrasbi, DDS, Carl A. Hansen, DDS Gainesville, Fla. 444179. Fabrication of a custom guide table with a light-polymerized provisional material Michael S. Jacobs, DDS, MS, Larry G. Loos, DDS, MA San Francisco, Calif. 446180. Repair of fractured connectors in a provisional fixed partial denture David C. Appleby, DMD, MScD Philadelphia, Pa. 449
  36. 36. November181. Color matching in dentistry. Part I. The three-dimensional nature of color Robert C. Sproull, DDS 453182. Color matching in dentistry. Part II. Practical applications of the organization of color Robert C. Sproull, DDS 458 Original Articles TOP183. Esthetic options for the fabrication of removable partial dentures: A clinical report Andiara De Rossi, DDS, Rubens Ferreira Albuquerque, Junior, DDS, PhD, Osvaldo Luiz Bezzon, DDS, PhD São Paulo, Brazil The authors describe a procedure for altering the esthetics of a maxillary Kennedy Class III-Modification 1 removable partial denture. 465184. Mandibular implant-retained overdentures: A literature review Steven J. Sadowsky, DDS Los Angeles, Calif. The author critically analyzes the existing mandibular implant overdenture literature relative to bone presentation, effect on antagonist jaw, number of implants required, anchorage systems, maintenance, and patient satisfaction. 468185. The effect of thermocycling on the fracture toughness and hardness of core buildup materials Juan I. Medina Tirado, DDS, MS, William W. Nagy, DDS, Virendra B. Dhuru, BDS, MS, Anthony J. Ziebert, DDS, MS Milwaukee, Wis. In this in vitro study, the thermocycling process negatively affected the fracture toughness and hardness of the core buildup materials tested. 474186. The effect of various surface treatments and bonding agents on the repaired strength of heat-treated composites Cristina Lucena-Martín, PhD, Santiago González-López, PhD, José Manuel Navajas-Rodríguez de Mondelo, PhD Granada, Spain Of the protocols tested in this study, surface treatment with air abrasion and a 1-component adhesive most effectively enhanced the repair of
  37. 37. aged and heat-polymerized microhybrid and microfilled composites. 481187. Prospective 3-year study of cross-arch fixed partial dentures in patients with advanced periodontal disease Seung-Won Yi, DDS, Odont Lic, Gunnar E. Carlsson, LDS, Odont Dr, Dr Odont hc, Ingvar Ericsson, LDS, Odont Dr Seoul, Korea, and Göteborg and Malmö, Sweden The results of this study indicate that, if a strict maintenance program is followed, a favorable prognosis can be anticipated for patients with advanced periodontal disease after combined periodontal and restorative treatment that includes cross-arch FDS. 489188. Use of contact testing in the characterization and design of all-ceramic crownlike layer structures: A review Brian R. Lawn, BSc, PhD, Yan Deng, BEng, Van P. Thompson, DDS, PhD Gaithersburg and College Park, Md., and Newark, N.J. The authors review the current dental materials knowledge base of clinically relevant contact-induced damage in ceramic-based layer structures in the context of all-ceramic crown lifetimes. Simple contact testing protocols that make use of sphere indenters may provide useful relations for predicting critical occlusal loads to induce lifetime- threatening fracture. 495189. Survival of Dicor glass-ceramic dental restorations over 16 years. Part III: Effect of luting agent and tooth or tooth-substitute core structure Kenneth A. Malament, DDS, MScD, Sigmund S. Socransky, DDS Boston, Mass. In part III of this in vivo investigation, acid-etched Dicor restorations exhibited better survival rates when they were luted to gold rather than dentin core structures. Of the luting agents tested, resin composite appeared preferable to glass ionomer and zinc phosphate. 511190. The safety and efficacy of anterior ceramic fixed partial dentures: A review of the literature Ariel J. Raigrodski, DMD, MS, Gerard J. Chiche, DDS New Orleans, La This review of the literature indicates that additional long-term clinical studies are required before ceramic anterior FPDs can become a standard treatment option for replacement of a missing tooth. 520
  38. 38. 191. Shear bond strengths of 2 intraoral porcelain repair systems to porcelain or metal substrates Debra R. Haselton, DDS, Ana M. Diaz-Arnold, DDS, MS, James T. Dunne, Jr., DMD, MS Iowa City, Iowa The results of this study indicate that reasonable bond strengths can be achieved with both of the systems tested. 526192. Fit of implant-supported fixed prostheses fabricated on master casts made from a dental stone and a dental plaster Michael Wise, BDS, MScD London, United Kingdom In this in vitro study, passivity of fit was produced only when the prosthesis was fabricated on a master cast poured in an ultra-low- expansion plaster with an inter-abutment distance of 35 mm. 532193. A common-sense approach to splint therapy Tim J. Dylina, DDS Merced, Calif. This literature review indicates that sufficient evidence exists to support the use of splint therapy to reinstitute neuromuscular harmony in a compromised masticatory system. 539194. Vacuum-formed tooth position record as an index for the fabrication of an endosseous implant-supported prosthesis Ansgar C. Cheng, BDS, MS, Alvin G. Wee, BDS, MS Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and Columbus, Ohio The authors describe a procedure for fabricating an index to record and maintain the anatomic contour of the trial denture to the master cast. 546195. Retrieval technique for fractured implant screws Russell T. Williamson, DMD, Fonda G. Robinson, DMD Lexington, Ky. With this technique, which makes use of common and inexpensive dental instrumentation, little force is required to remove fractured screws. 549196. A laboratory technique for custom incisal guidance David D. Carrier, DDS Cincinnati, Ohio 551197. Alternative method for developing access holes through acrylic in screw- retained implant prostheses M. Brent Moulding, DMD, MS, Robert W. Loney, DMD, MS, Veronica Murphy, RDT
  39. 39. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 553
  40. 40. December198. Basic principles of obturator design for partially edentulous patients. Part I: Classification Mohamed A. Aramany, DMD, MS Pittsburgh, Pa. 559199. Basic principles of obturator design for partially edentulous patients. Part II: Design principles Mohamed A. Aramany, DMD, MS Pittsburgh, Pa. 562200. Potential risk of serious oral infections in the diabetic patient: A clinical report Leanne M. Sykes, BSc, BDS, Mdent, Ashwin Sukha, NHD Johannesburg, South Africa The authors describe the treatment of a young, diabetic woman with mucormycosis of the maxilla. 569201. Overlay removable partial dentures for a patient with ectodermal dysplasia: A clinical report Ana Claudia Pavarina, DDS, PhD, Ana Lucia Machado, DDS, PhD, Carlos Eduardo Vergani, DDS, PhD, Eunice Teresinha Giampaolo, DDS, PhD São Paulo, Brazil For the patient described, overlay RPDs in conjunction with composite restorations improved oral esthetics and function and established a more favorable plane of occlusion. 574202. Conventional prosthetic rehabilitation after free flap reconstruction of a maxillectomy defect: A clinical report Mark A. Pigno, DDS San Antonio, Texas The author describes the prosthetic management of a patient who had undergone immediate microvascular free flap reconstruction of a unilateral maxillectomy defect. 578203. Fabrication of conventional complete dentures for a left segmental mandibulectomy patient: A clinical report Shu-Hui Mou, DDS, Tsongi Chai, DDS, DScD, Yuh-Yuan Shiau, DDS, MS, Juo- Song Wang, DDS, MS Taipei, Taiwan For the patient described in this report, conventional complete dentures provided comfort and sufficient function. 582204. Comparison of unilateral chewing movements vs. dental guidance through the dental guidance ratio Virgilio F. Ferrario, MD, Chiarella Sforza, MD, Johannes H. Schmitz, DDS, PhD, Graziano Serrao, MD, PhD Milan, Italy
  41. 41. This study evaluated 3-dimensional dental guidance in lateral excursive movement and its relationship to jaw motion in unilateral chewing. Masticatory movement was kept inside the physical borders dictated by dental anatomy in the frontal plane only. 586205. Control of bias in randomized controlled trials published in prostho dontic journals Herman B. Dumbrigue, DDM, Jack S. Jones, DMD, Josephine F. Esquivel, DDM, MS Dallas, Texas, and Gainesville, Fla. This study revealed inadequacies in the rigor with which RCTs have been conducted and/or reported in prosthodontic journals. 592206. A reliability study of clinical tooth wear measurements Frank Lobbezoo, DDS, PhD, Machiel Naeije, PhD Amsterdam, The Netherlands The authors present an ordinal scale that provides reliable data on the presence and progression of loss of tooth substance for the clinical grading of tooth wear. 597207. Retention of maxillary implant overdenture bars of different designs Brian H. Williams, DDS, Kent T. Ochiai, DDS, Satoru Hojo, DDS, PhD, Russell Nishimura, DDS, Angelo A. Caputo, PhD Los Angeles, Calif., and Kanagawa, Japan This study evaluated and compared the initial retention characteristics of 5 different overdenture designs with the use of a 4-implant maxillary model. 603208. The relationship between intercanthal dimension and the widths of maxillary anterior teeth Khalid A. Al Wazzan, BDS, MSc Riyadh, Saudi Arabia The correlations between ICD and 4 measurements of maxillary anterior teeth were weak in this study. Nevertheless, ICD ratios may help dentists make an initial selection in the overall width of maxillary anterior teeth for edentulous patients. 608209. Fracture force, deflection at fracture, and toughness of repaired denture resin subjected to microwave polymerization or reinforced with wire or glass fiber Gregory L. Polyzois, DDS, Dr Dent, MScD, Petroula A. Tarantili, Chem Eng, Dr Eng, Mary J. Frangou, DDS, Dr Dent, Andreas G. Andreopoulos, Chem Eng, Dr Eng Athens, Greece In this laboratory study, microwave irradiation and reinforcement with round metal wire or monolayer glass fiber ribbon increased the strength of autopolymerized resin repairs. 613
  42. 42. 210. Shear bond strength of an autopolymerizing core buildup composite bonded to dentin with 9 dentin adhesive systems Mark S. Hagge, DMD, James S. Lindemuth, DDS San Francisco, Calif. Tremendous variations in bonding efficacy existed among the dentin adhesive systems and autopolymerizing core buildup composite tested in this study. The authors suggest that awareness of product-specific incompatibilities can help practitioners avoid premature failure of dentin-bonded composite core buildups. 620211. Influence of core buildup material on the fatigue strength of an all- ceramic crown Shereen S. Azer, BDS, MSc, MS, James L. Drummond, DDS, MS, PhD, Stephen D. Campbell, DMD, MMSc, Abd El Moneim Zaki, BChD, DDR, MScD, PhD Alexandria, Egypt, and Chicago, Ill. The results of this study suggest that, under simulated oral conditions, cyclic loading may provide a more realistic indication of the clinical performance of all-ceramic crowns than static loading. 624212. Effect of photopolymerization variables on composite hardness Pablo F. Abate, DDS, Vivian N. Zahra, DDS, Ricardo L. Macchi, DDS, MS Buenos Aires, Argentina For the composites tested in this study, hardness was related to the total polymerization energy used; the manner in which that energy was modified had no bearing on hardness values. 632213. A mathematical analysis of the role of friction in occlusal trauma Thomas R. Katona, PhD, DMD Indianapolis, Ind. This study was designed to ascertain the influence of changed friction on the forces experienced by contacting teeth and the TMJ. The results suggest that any change in friction between teeth should be considered a possible cause of occlusal trauma. 636214. Effect of pH on endotoxin affinity for metal-ceramic alloys Kent L. Knoernschild, DMD, MS, William L. Bacon, BS, Gary S. Fischman, PhD, Stephen D. Campbell, DDS, MMSc Chicago, Ill. This study found that Porphyromonas gingivalis lipopolysaccharide affinity for 3 metal-ceramic alloys was modified by environmental pH. The degree of LPS adsorption depended on the composition and surface chemistry of each alloy. 644215. Validation of finite element analysis in dental ceramics research Lisa A. Lang, DDS, MS, Rui-Feng Wang, BS, Byungsik Kang, PhD, Shane N. White, BdentSc, MS, MA, PhD Denver, Colo., Ann Arbor, Mich., and Los Angeles, Calif. The results of this study suggest that mechanical testing and finite element analysis, when used in combination to evaluate the strength of
  43. 43. dental ceramics, can provide more accurate and reliable results than either method alone. 650216. The use of pre-border-molded custom trays in complete denture fabrication Ali Bolouri, DMD, DDS, Sandra L. McCarthy, DDS Dallas, Texas The authors present an alternate technique for border molding a custom tray. 655217. Options for the fabrication of provisional restorations for ITI solid abutments Herman B. Dumbrigue, DDM, Josephine F. Esquivel, DDM, MS, Dincer C. Gurun, DMD Dallas, Texas, and Gainesville, Fla. The authors describe 4 techniques for fabricating provisional restorations for ITI solid abutments. 658217. Technique for fabricating a prosthetic tooth on a removable partial denture framework James S. Knight, DDS, Peter Kobes, DDS Charleston, S.C. The authors present a simple technique in which visible light- polymerized composite is used to custom build an esthetic and durable prosthetic tooth for an RPD framework. 662218. Procedure for provisional prosthesis characterization Raed K. Aloul, BDS, Carl A. Hansen, DDS, Nidal S. Elias, DDS Minneapolis, Minn., and Gainesville, Fla. 665219. Record for measuring interocclusal distance in fixed implant prosthodontics Russell T. Williamson, DMD, Fonda G. Robinson, DMD Lexington, Ky. 666230. Simple method to make a night guard for an extraoral superstructure Eric S. Asher, MAMS, John H. Evans, DDS, Robert F. Wright, DDS New York and Bronx, N.Y. 667231. American Board of Prosthodontics William D. Culpepper, DDS, MSD Atlanta, Ga. 668
  44. 44. Table of Contents for Volume 85 : 2001Informasi Full Text Hubungi Bagian Layanan E-Journal Lantai IIUPT Perpustakaan UNHAS Dalam bentuk CD- ROM DISUSUN OLEH RASMAN, S.Sos 196612311989101001
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