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Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry: July 2023 Edition

Introduction

The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry: July 2023 Edition is packed with research on the latest advances in prosthodontics.

Here are some of the trends and patterns that we can see in this edition.


Brief Overview- Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry: July 2023 Edition

Total Number of Articles: 30

Distribution of Articles by Category:

🔹 Clinical Prosthodontics: 6 articles

🔹 Implant Prosthodontics: 4 articles

🔹 Fixed Prosthodontics: 6 articles

🔹 CAD-CAM: 2 articles

🔹 Ceramics: 1 article

🔹 Resins: 2 articles

🔹 Maxillofacial Prosthetics: 1 article

🔹 Systematic Reviews: 4 articles

🔹 Miscellaneous: 6 articles (Editorials, Dental Techniques, Tips, Directory Listings, News, and Noteworthy Abstracts)


Article Overview of Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry: July 2023 Edition

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A Focus on Clinical Cases and Patient Outcomes

Articles ( with link to JPD): 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, 25 Many articles in this edition concentrate on clinical cases, offering practical insights into the real-world application of prosthodontic procedures. For instance:

🔸 Article 9 examines the effect of anodized titanium abutment collars on peri-implant soft tissue through a split-mouth clinical study.

🔸 Article 10 evaluates the accuracy of buccal bone thickness measurement from cone beam computed tomography compared with histologic analysis.

🔸 Article 11 explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on anxiety in patients with masticatory muscle pain.

A Growing Interest in Implant Prosthodontics

Articles ( with link to JPD): 3, 13, 14, 15 Implant prosthodontics emerges as a prominent research area in this edition, reflecting the field's rapid growth.

Noteworthy articles include:

🔸 Article 3 introduces a technique bridging implant surgery and reconstructive dentistry using a prosthetic articulator-based virtual patient.

🔸 Article 13 assesses microgap and bacterial microleakage during the osseointegration period in a platform-switched implant system.

A Focus on Digital Workflows

Articles( with link to JPD): 2, 4, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25) ️ Digital workflows gain considerable attention, highlighting their relevance and efficiency in prosthodontic practice.

Key articles encompass:

🔸 Article 4 discusses the use of intraoral scanning and 3D printed casts to facilitate the fabrication of a new metal-ceramic crown supporting an existing removable partial denture.

🔸 Article 20 presents an in vitro study comparing the accuracy of five intraoral scanners in partially and completely edentulous jaws.

A Focus on Material Science

Articles(with link to JPD): 22, 23, 24) Material science remains a crucial aspect of prosthodontic research, evident in the articles' exploration of various dental materials.

Notable research includes:

🔸 Article 22 investigates the strength and flexibility of lithium disilicate bonded to polyetherketoneketone. ( PEEK)

Additional Features in the Edition

In addition to the research articles, the July 2023 edition of JPD offers a diverse range of content, including:

🔹 An Editorial emphasizing the importance of evidence-based practice in prosthodontics.

🔹 A Directory of Sponsoring Organizations, providing valuable information on institutions and associations in the field.

🔹 News and Notes from the prosthodontics community, keeping readers informed about current events and developments.

🔹 Noteworthy Abstracts of the Current Literature, offering a glimpse of important research beyond the edition's articles.


Conclusion

The July 2023 edition of JPD presents a diverse array of research articles, highlighting significant trends in prosthodontics. With a focus on clinical cases, implant prosthodontics, digital workflows, and material science, this edition showcases the cutting-edge advancements driving the field forward.

I hope you find this blog post informative and engaging. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.


P.S. If you're interested in learning more about the latest trends in prosthodontics, I encourage you to check out the July 2023 edition of JPD. It's a great resource for anyone who wants to stay up-to-date on the latest advances in this field.



Happy reading!



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