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Comparison of Visual and Digital Color Measurement Methods on Anterior Natural Teeth

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Examination of Natural Tooth Color Distribution Using Visual and Instrumental Shade Selection Methods

shade-matching devices. J Prosthet Dent, 2009; 101:193-199. 13. Brewer JD, Wee A, Seghi R. Advances in color matching. Dent Clin North Am, 2004; 48:v, 341-58. 14. Kim-Pusateri S, Brewer JD, Dunford RG, Wee AG. In vitro model to evaluate reliability and accuracy of a dental shadematching instrument. J Prosthet Dent, 2007; 98:353-358. 15. Bayindir F, Gozalo-Diaz D, Kim-Pusateri S, Wee AG. Incisal translucency of vital natural unrestored teeth: a clinical study. J Esthet Restor Dent, 2012; 24:335-343. 16

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Biomechanical Outcomes of Tooth-Implant-Supported Fixed Partial Prostheses (FPPs) in Periodontally Healthy Patients using Root Shape Dental Implants

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Aesthetic Principles of the Upper Front Teeth: Application of Golden Proportion (Levin) and Golden Percentage (Snow)

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Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Patients with Double Crown and Locator Attachment - Retained Overdentures Supported by a Combination of Natural Tooth and Strategic Implants: Case Series

-supported double-crown-retained removable dental prostheses. Clin. Oral. Implants. Res. 25: 813–818. DOI: 10.1111/clr.12197 23. Chen Y, Wang C, Huang Y, Feng T, Zou H, Fan Y. (2017). Biomechanical evaluation of the natural abutment teeth in combined tooth-implant-supported telescopic prostheses: a three-dimensional finite element analysis. Comput. Methods. Biomech. Biomed. Engin. 20(9): 967-979. DOI: 10.1080/10255842.2017.1319941 24. Frisch E, Ratka-Krüger P, Wenz HJ. (2015). Unsplinted implants and teeth supporting maxillary removable partial dentures retained by

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Influence of Prosthetic Crowns on Gingival Fluid

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Personalized Digital Smile Design for Predictable Aesthetic Results

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Fluoride-Releasing Dental Restorative Materials: An Update

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Assessment of the association between dentate status and self-rated general health

1 Introduction Mouth with teeth and oral tissues play an important role in human lives. Compartmentalisation of oral health has been replaced by the belief that it is an integral part of general health and has an influence quality of life. To maintain and improve oral health, it is essential to carry out hygiene measures and perform dental check-ups regularly. Retention of functional, aesthetic and natural dentition of not less than 20 teeth throughout life is World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) goal, actually a milestone on the road to retention of all

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Mackenzie River Peregrine Falcon Surveys 1966–2018

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