|Baltic Dental and Maxillofacial Journal|
June, 2012, Vol. 14, No. 2
Changes in dental caries and oral hygiene among 7-8 year-old schoolchildren in different regions of Lithuania 1983-2009
CLINICAL CASE REPORTS
An alternative technique using a gutta percha points and blue methylene to excision of congenital fistula of lower lip in patient with Van der Woude syndrome
Mandibular midline supernumerary tooth associated with agenesis of permanent central incisors: A diagnostic conundrum
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New approach towards mini dental implants and small-diameter implants: an option for long-term prostheses
Background. Mini dental implants (MDI) and small diameter implants (SDI) have been extensively used as temporary or orthodontic anchorage; however there have been studies that proved their availability as a mean for long term prosthodontics. Our aim was to review the indications, advantages of MDI and SDI, and their long-term survival.
Key words: mini dental implants, small diameter implants, survival.
Received: 11 01 2012
Accepted for publishing: 21 06 2012
1Department of Dental and Maxillary Orthopedics, Faculty of Odontology, Medical Academy, Lithuanian University of Health Science, Kaunas, Lithuania
2Faculty of Odontology, Lithuanian University of Health Science, Kaunas, Lithuania
3Kupiskis Primary personal healthcare center, Kupiskis, Lithuania
Alvydas Gleiznys1 – D.D.S., PhD, assoc. prof.
Gediminas Skirbutis1 – D.D.S., assist.
Ali Harb2 – student
Ingrida Barzdziukaite1 – D.D.S., assist
Ieva Grinyte3 – D.D.S.
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