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1-Jan-2018Simplifying zygomatic implant site preparation using ultrasonic navigation: A technical notePellegrino, G; Tarsitano, A; Taraschi, V; Vercellotti, T; Marchetti, C
1-Mar-2016Bioresorbable zinc hydroxyapatite guided bone regeneration membrane for bone regenerationChou, J; Komuro, M; Hao, J; Kuroda, S; Hattori, Y; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B; Otsuka, M
1-Oct-2017Does systemic administration of casein phosphopeptides affect orthodontic movement and root resorption in rats?Crowther, L; Shen, G; Almuzian, M; Jones, A; Walsh, W; Oliver, R; Petocz, P; Tarraf, NE; Ali Darendeliler, M
1-Nov-2012Bone microarchitecture at oral implant sites in ectodermal dysplasia (ED): A comparison between males and femalesSilthampitag, P; Klineberg, I; Austin, B; Jones, AS
1-Jan-2011Ultramicroscopy of bone at oral implant sites: A comparison of ed and control patients. part 1-defining the protocolSilthampitag, P; Klineberg, I; Jones, AS; Austin, B; Zee, KY; Wallace, C; Scholz, S; Naim, A; Zoud, K
1-Nov-2011Erratum: Physical properties of root cementum: Part 19. Comparison of the amounts of root resorption between the right and left first premolars after application of buccally directed heavy orthodontictipping forces (American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (2011) 140 (e49-52))Ho, C; Tüurk, T; Elekdaüǧ-Türk, S; Jones, AS; Petocz, P; Cheng, LL; Darendeliler, MA
1-Jan-2005Three-dimensional modelling and finite element analysis of the human mandible during clenchingChoi, AH; Ben-Nissan, B; Conway, RC
1-Feb-2012Physical properties of root cementum: Part 23. Effects of 2 or 3 weekly reactivated continuous or intermittent orthodontic forces on root resorption and tooth movement: A microcomputed tomography studyAras, B; Cheng, LL; Turk, T; Elekdag-Turk, S; Jones, AS; Darendeliler, MA
3-Mar-2011Physical properties of root cementum: Part 16. Comparisons of root resorption and resorption craters after the application of light and heavy continuous and controlled orthodontic forces for 4, 8, and 12 weeksPaetyangkul, A; Türk, T; Elekda-Türk, S; Jones, AS; Petocz, P; Cheng, LL; Darendeliler, MA
1-May-2011Physical properties of root cementum: Part 18. The extent of root resorption after the application of light and heavy controlled rotational orthodontic forces for 4 weeks: A microcomputed tomography studyWu, ATJ; Turk, T; Colak, C; Elekdaǧ-Turk, S; Jones, AS; Petocz, P; Darendeliler, MA
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