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Rita Marton, Anna Martin, Szandra Lemperger, Péter Windisch
Following tooth removal, three dimensional hard- and soft-tissue loss take place. Spontaneous healing makes the defect more severe and results in collapsing tissues. Implant placement is not feasible. In the aestethic zone even fixed partial dentures will not deliver the expected result. Our aim was to demonstrate that only ridge preservation enables implant placement and also provides excellent aestetic result even at frontal areas. CBCT was made before and 6-8 months after ridge preservation. Vertical and socket area measurements were carried out and compared in pre-, and postoperative images...
August 2017: Orvosi Hetilap
Stefan Jänicke, Christian Heine, Marc Hellmuth, Peter F Stadler, Gerik Scheuermann
Graphs are a versatile structure and abstraction for binary relationships between objects. To gain insight into such relationships, their corresponding graph can be visualized. In the past, many classes of graphs have been defined, e.g. trees, planar graphs, directed acyclic graphs, and visualization algorithms were proposed for these classes. Although many graphs may only be classified as "general" graphs, they can contain substructures that belong to a certain class. Archambault proposed the TopoLayout framework: rather than draw any arbitrary graph using one method, split the graph into components that are homogeneous with respect to one graph class and then draw each component with an algorithm best suited for this class...
November 2010: IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics
Jolanta Nowakowska-Socha
INTRODUCTION: The 20th century was an era of development in modern dentistry, a time of research on materials and techniques, which led to the establishment of a new field - aesthetic dentistry. The aim of this research was to gain knowledge on the relation between aesthetic dental treatment, oral cavity hygiene and patients' self-esteem in present socio-economic conditions. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The research was based on the examination of 50 patients (32 women and 18 men) aged 18-63 with aesthetic dental problems...
2007: Annales Academiae Medicae Stetinensis
D Ribuffo, L Cavalieri, M Sonnino, M Tarallo, C Latini, L Muratori, N Scuderi
Divided nevus of the eyelid as a rare pathologic entity and develops during fetal growth, when the two eyelids are still fused together. Its surgical treatment is mostly based on full thickness skin grafts. We report a case of a 22-year-old woman with a congenital divided nevus affecting the left upper and lower eyelid. The patient was treated in our Department because of the onset of a purple red nodule in the lower part of the nevus. We examined the case from embryological, histopathological, clinical, and diagnostic standpoints, and discuss surgical options in order to reach an optimal functional and aestetic result...
September 1996: Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
A Tamisani, C Di Noto, L Müller, F Giorgini
Lateral labial cleft is exceptionally rare. This malformation gives the opportunity to evaluate its origin (following the embryology of facial segments) and its association with other deformities. Surgical treatment must reconstruct an anatomic and functional situation which must give a good aestetic result.
May 1984: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
M I Cantarella, G Cantarella
In this article the measurements proposed by some Authors in their cephalometric analysis will be briefly described for the facial tiptology analysis, for the maxillarys divergence analysis, for the skeletal Class analysis and for the aestetic analysis.
July 1991: Mondo Ortodontico
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