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Comparison of patient satisfaction with digital and conventional impression for prosthodontic treatment (보철 치료 시 디지털 및 전통적 인상채득에 대한 환자 만족도 비교 연구)

  • Yoon, Hyung-In;Lee, Su-Min;Park, Eun-Jin
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.54 no.4
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    • pp.379-386
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    • 2016
  • Purpose: The present study aims at researching the subjective satisfaction of patients who have experienced both conventional impression taking and digital impression taking to measure the possibility of wide clinical application of digital impression. Materials and methods: The study surveyed 170 adult patients over the age of 20, between October 2015 and April 2016, who voluntarily consented to participation and who experienced both conventional impression and digital impression at five dental hospitals that use intraoral digital impression. A total of 128 surveys were used for data analysis, involving frequency analysis, multiple response frequency analysis, descriptive statistics, and contingency table analysis, with the significance level set at 0.05. Results: Responses on the reason for taking impressions using the digital method appeared in the order of 'for implant treatment' (43.8%), 'for crown treatment' (30.5%), and 'for inlay treatment' (15.6%). Patients satisfaction was higher for digital impression taking than conventional impression taking (P<.05). As the preferred choice of impression, digital impression (60.2%) was higher than conventional impression (11.7%). Responses on the reason for choosing digital impression taking appeared in the order of 'no vomiting reflex' (35.1%), 'reliability of 3D digital scanning' (33.8%), and 'short time' (33.8%). Conclusion: The patients preferred digital impression taking to conventional impression taking in terms of satisfaction.

Clinical Application of Dynamic Impression Method Using Coe-Comfort$^{(R)}$ in Edentulous Patients (무치악 환자에서 Coe-comfort$^{(R)}$를 이용한 동적 인상 채득의 임상적 활용)

  • Keum, Eun-Cheol;Song, Young-Gyun;Lim, Jong-Hwa;Shin, Soo-Yeon
    • Journal of Dental Rehabilitation and Applied Science
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.117-123
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    • 2011
  • Impression taking procedure is very important for support, retention and stability of denture, and it affects the success of denture in completely edentulous patients. Various materials and methods have been used for impression taking in complete denture, while dynamic impression method is more physiological and functional method than the others. We had satisfying results with fabrication and relining of dentures after taking impression in the most physiological condition with recovery of deformed soft tissue by dynamic impression method using Coe-comfort$^{(R)}$ (GC America, IL, USA), tissue conditioner, in edentulous patients in this case report.

The convergence study on the use of dental impression materials (치과용 인상재의 사용 실태에 대한 융합 연구)

  • Jang, Sun-Ok;Choi, Eun-Mi;Kang, Min-Kyung;Shim, Youn-Soo;Cho, Yoon-Jeong;Oh, Sang-Hwan;Choi, Yu-Ri
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.195-203
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    • 2018
  • This study was conducted to investigate the types and methods of dental impression materials used in dental clinics in south Korea, the questionnaire was surveyed by a self-administered method for one dentist in a one dental clinic, the collected data were statistically analyzed using SPSS 20. The most frequently used addition silicone impression materials were used in most dental treatment. It was confirmed that the method of taking impression materials having different flow properties(light body and heavy body) was most preferred at one time, also, the implant impression taking method was the most preferred for two rubber impression materials with different flow properties, both direct and indirect. There were statistically significant differences in age and clinical experience between the methods of impression taking of casting restorations and prosthetic according to general characteristics. These results are expected to be helpful for the development of theoretical and practical work based on the basic data for impression material development and research and the preference of impression materials required for dental professional in clinical practice.

SEVERAL METHODS OF FABRICATIONS OF INNER CROWN AND OUTER CROWN IN CONSTRUCTION OF KONUS DENTURE (다양한 Konus denture의 내관 및 외관의 제작방법)

  • Chung Jun-Yong
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.40 no.4
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    • pp.406-413
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of this article is the consolidation of several methods in fabrication of Konus denture. It is different Konus denture from traditional Clasped removable partial denture in the procedures of construction. There are multiple procedures of fabrications of inner and outer crowns in the construction of Konus denture. It is important to fabricate the inner crown, the outer crown and the denture framework in construction of Konus denture. Each procedure should be performed exactly. However, there are many procedures in fabrications of them, and thus, the operator and technician bear trial and error. This article consolidate the multiple methods of fabrications of components of Konus denture. The first method is completion of inner crown, outer crown and denture after one impression taking. The second method is the procedures of cementation of inner crown, impression taking of edentulous area, and completion of outer crown and denture. The third method is the procedures or pick up impression taking of inner crown and completion of outer crown and denture on the inner crown of working cast. Each method is acceptable, but operater and technician should be accustomed with their own systemic procedures and minimize the errors in the construction of denture.

A STUDY ON ACCURACY AND DIMENSIONAL STABILITY ACCORDING TO IMPRESS10N METHODS (인상채득방법과 방향에 따른 인상체의 정밀성과 체적 안정성에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Jae-Young;Lim, Ju-Hwan;Cho, In-Ho
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.37 no.5
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    • pp.567-580
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    • 1999
  • Accurate reproduction of intraoral tissue is essential in the fabrication of fixed prosthesis. This selection of impression material and method is very important. In this study, vinyl polysiloxane type impression material $Panasil^{(R)}$ was used. Three impression methods ; one-step technique, individual tray technique, and individual tooth tray technique using the vinyl polysiloxane type bite registration material $Futar^{(R)}$ Occlusion, were used to take horizontal and vertical impression. Improved stone models were fabricated. The amount of occlusal surface discrepaneies, interabutment distance discrepancies, amount of marginal defect were evaluated with the $X-PLAN360d^{(R)}$ and photoscanning. The results were as follows. 1. There was no significant difference in occlusal surface according to the directions and techniques of impression taking. 2. There was no significant difference in interabutment distance discrepancies according to the directions and techniques of impression taking 3. There was no significant difference in marginal discrepancies according to the direction of impression taking but there was significant difference between one-step technique and individual tray technique, individual tooth tray technique (P<0.05). Taken together, these results suggest that individual tray technique and individual tooth tray technique are more accurate for impression taking than one-step technique.

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INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL TOOTH TRAY ON THE TEETH WITH UNDERCUT IN IMPRESSION TAKING (언더컷이 있는 치아에서 개별 치아 트레이가 인상채득에 미치는 영향)

  • Seo Kowang-Won;Shin Sang-Wan;Lee Jeong-Yeol
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.42 no.1
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    • pp.11-20
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    • 2004
  • Problem : The several studies were reported to the effects of individual tooth tray with the parallel tooth, but not reported to the effect of individual tooth tray with severe undercut in impression making. Purpose : The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of individual tooth tray; 1) the accuracy of impression in terms of distance. 2) reproducibility of pocket. Material and methods : In this study, a metal model with 3 teeth including tooth prepared 30-degree undercut and gingival crevice of the depth 5mm, width 0.4mm was cast. Impressions of the metal model were taken in 5 times used 4 kinds of impression materials with individual tooth tray and another impression taking were made with conventional method without individual tooth, used same materials, procedure. The stone models were made. Distances between abutments were measured with a Micromeasurescoup-mm. Result : The following results were obtained ; 1. In the comparisonof inter-abutment distance between parallel tooth without individual tooth tray, 4elastomeric materials have not significant difference to the metal model(p>0.05). 2. In the comparisonof inter-abutment distance with undercut tooth without individual tooth tray, 4elastomeric materials have a significant difference to the metal model(p<0.05), especially polyether's dimensional change is large. 3. If individual tooth tray was used to take impression in abutment teeth with severe undercut, more stable results was achieved easily than conventional method. (p>0.05). 4. It is not true that the pressure of impression material with individual tooth tray increased to gingival sulcus. Conclusion : By the results, I knew the fact that individual tooth tray was useful impression method on the teeth with severe undercut for the dimensional stability. Also, I could not confirm the fact that individual tooth tray would increase the penetrating pressure into cervice.

ACCURACY OF THE IMPRESSION TECHNIQUE USING THERMOFORMING POLYMETHYL METHACRYLATE TRAY

  • Miyashita, Yuko;Suzuki, Hiroki;Kishi, Masataka;Ko, Sok-Min
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.45 no.3
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    • pp.389-400
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    • 2007
  • Statement of problem. Use of the conventional dental impression procedure is problematic in patients who have difficulty opening their mouth, difficulty breathing through their nose or tendency to gag. Purpose. It is necessary to make individual trays more comfortable for patients during impression taking procedure. It was reported at the KAP Annual Meeting 2001 Seoul that an improved impression technique was suitable for this purpose. In this study, the accuracy of the improved dental impression method for implant was compared with the conventional dental impression method. Material and methods. An oral simulator was made from clear acrylic resin block which had similar form of edentulous ridge. For setting up the standard, five fixtures were installed on it. Study casts were made using two kinds of impression techniques. One was the conventional method that was taken using silicone impression material and an individual resin tray under connection of inter-fixture relation. The other was the improved method in which was the connection of the impression coping and the thermoformed polymethyl methacrylate tray. In addition, two different study casts were made from the improved impression body. The coordinates of the fixture on the study model were measured by three-dimensional coordinate measuring equipment. Then the distances between each fixture were calculated and compared with that of oral simulator. Accuracy of the each impression method was also assessed. Results. The differences of inter-fixture dimension between study casts and simulator in the improved impression technique showed $0.014{\pm}0.016mm$ and $0.017{\pm}0.022mm$, respectively and that of the conventional method was $0.017{\pm}0.014mm$. There was no significant difference between the improved impression technique and conventional method. Conclusion. The improved impression technique is useful for multiple support implants.

A STUDY ON THE ACCURACY OF SEVERAL DENTAL ELASTOMERIC IMPRESSION MATERIALS (수종의 치과용 탄성인재의 정확도에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Myoung-Soo;Lim, Ju-Hwan;Cho, In-Ho
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.34 no.4
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    • pp.850-868
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    • 1996
  • The accuracy and dimensional stability of impression materials are one of the most important factors for successful prosthodontic treatment. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of several dental elastomeric impression materials used widely and clinically : Impregum-$F^{(R)},\;Permlastic^{(R)},\;Silascon^{(R)},\;Perfect^{(R)},\;Xantopren^{(R)}$. There have been many studies to evaluate the accuracy of impression materials. But it has not been decided yet, which method was most suitable for the evaluation of the accuracy. In this study, two resin teeth, #15 & 25, were prepared with rounded shoulder margin and 90 degree cavosurface angle. For the polysulfide rubber and polyether, the custom tray was made at least 24 hours prior to impression taking. For the silicone rubber materials, putty/wash impression technique was applied in taking impressions. Marginal openings of the castings on the master dies and prepared resin teeth were measured under stereomicroscope. The results were statistically analyzed and compared between tested impression materials. The results were as follows ; 1. In the overall accuracy of impression materials, polyether was the most accurate one, followed by polysulfide, additional silicone and condensation silicone. 2. On the first model pouring, condensation silicone had the largest discrepancies and there was significant difference compared to the other impression materials. 3. Polysulfide had the least discrepancies in the first model pouring, but showed larger discrepancies in the immediate second pouring than the first pouring. 4. On the immediate second pouring, the discrepancy of polyether was shown to be the smallest, while the largest one was additional silicone. 5. Polyether and polysulfide rubber using custom impression trays showed superior accuracy to silicone rubber, putty/wash impression technique.

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COMPARISON OF THE ACCURACY OF STONE CASTS MADE FROM ALGINATE IMPRESSION MATERIAL BY MIXING METHODS AND APPLICATION OF TRAY ADHESIVE (알지네이트 인상재의 혼합방법과 트레이 어드헤시브 도포에 따른 모형의 정확도 비교)

  • Kim Jin-Hyung;Chung Moon-Kyu
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.39 no.5
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    • pp.492-501
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    • 2001
  • The use of alginate impression materials today is prevalent because of its efficiency and simplicity in clinical settings. Unfortunately, the simplicity of the procedure tends to lull the dentist into a sense of well-being, and lead him into using careless or sloppy technique. Alginate impression materials are used to fabricate diagnostic and preliminary casts, and the final cast. Incorrect use of this material is known to affect the accuracy of the final prosthesis. The purpose of this study was to compare the effect of different mixing methods of alginate impression material and tray adhesive on the accuracy of the stone cast produced by each method. A total of 30 stone casts were produced by using 3 different types of mixing methods (10 stone cast for each mixing method, respectively). The first method utilized an automatic-mixing machine to mix alginate while the second method was carried out manually, strictly following manufacturer's instructions. The third method also involved manual mixing, but did not follow the manufacturer's instructions and was done in a random fashion. Also, 20 additional stone casts were produced by using alginate with or without tray adhesives were included in the study to evaluate effects of tray adhesives on the accuracy of alginate impression. 10 stone casts were produced by adding tray adhesives to the interior surface of the impression tray prior to taking the impression. The other 10 excluded this step. A total of 50 stone casts were analyzed by the three-dimensional measuring machine to measure and compare the dimensional changes of the impression material of each group. The results are as follows. 1. No significant difference was found between the automatic mixing group and the manually-mixing group(p>0.05). 2. For the group that followed manufacturer's instructions, less dimensional changes were record ed than the group that didn't in measuring distanced 4(p<0.05). 3. The group that used tray adhesives showed less dimensional changes(p<0.05). The findings revealed that mechanical methods of mixing alginate impression materials had little influence on dimensional changes. However, it is proven that following manufacturers instructions in alginate impression taking is an important step in acquiring accurate impressions and tray adhesives may play an important role in enhancing the results.

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Posterior single implant prosthesis using scannable healing abutment (스캔이 가능한 치유지대주를 이용한 구치부 단일 임플란트 수복 증례)

  • Kim, Seong-Min;Lee, Kyu-Bok
    • The Journal of Korean Academy of Prosthodontics
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    • v.57 no.4
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    • pp.432-438
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    • 2019
  • Accurate impression taking for the success of implant prosthesis is a very important process. Methods of taking implant impression include the conventional method using impression coping and impression material, and the digital method using an intraoral scanner and scanbody. However, the impression coping or the scanbody must install after remove healing abutment. Because of this, the dentist must repeat the process of removing and installing the healing abutment, the impression coping or the scanbody several times. In addition, the impression coping or the scanbody rises higher than the occlusal surface, so the patient has the inconvenience of constantly maintaining the open state. Recently, a scannable healing abutment, which can be scanned by a intraoral scanner directly, without the need to remove the healing abutment by applying a scannable part of the scanbody to the healing abutment, was introduced. We present a case of single posterior implant prosthesis using a scannable healing abutment.