Journal of Prosthodontics News
July 6, 2020
New Journal of Prosthodontics Virtual Issue on 3D Printing
The editors of the Journal of Prosthodontics are pleased to present a new virtual issue titled, “3D Printing Applications in Prosthodontics: Research, Clinical Reports and Techniques”.
The 14 manuscripts selected for this issue include clinical reports and original research articles from the last three years and cover a variety of applications for 3D printing and highlight the most important work prosthodontists do for patients. A few of the featured articles include:
- Comparison of the Accuracy of Implant Position Using Surgical Guides Fabricated by Additive and Subtractive Techniques, by Pantip Henprasert, Deborah V. Dawson, Tarek El‐Kerdani, Xuan Song, Emilio Couso‐Queiruga, and Julie A. Holloway
- Intaglio Surface Dimension and Guide Tube Deviations of Implant Surgical Guides Influenced by Printing Layer Thickness and Angulation Setting, by Nishchal Dalal, Rami Ammoun, Aous A. Abdulmajeed, George R. Deeb, and Sompop Bencharit
- Using Intraoral Scanning Technology for Three‐Dimensional Printing of Kennedy Class I Removable Partial Denture Metal Framework: A Clinical Report, by Feng Hu, Zhenhua Pei, and Ying Wen
- Accuracy of the Implant Replica Positions on the Complete Edentulous Additive Manufactured Cast, by Marina Olea‐Vielba, Daniel Jareño‐García, Mohammed M. Methani, Iñaki Martinez‐Klemm, and Marta Revilla‐León
The articles in this virtual issue will be freely available to everyone until December 31, 2020. Full-text Journal of Prosthodontics articles are always free to members of the American College of Prosthodontists.
This virtual issue and others are available on the Journal Homepage.
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