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Biodental Engineering II by R.M. Natal Jorge, J.C. Reis Campos, Joao Manuel R.S.

By R.M. Natal Jorge, J.C. Reis Campos, Joao Manuel R.S. Tavares, Mario A.P. Vaz, Sónia M. Santos

Dentistry is a department of drugs with its personal peculiarities and intensely assorted parts of motion, because of this it may be regarded as an interdisciplinary box. BIODENTAL ENGINEERING II contains the whole papers provided on the 2d foreign convention on Biodental Engineering (BioDENTAL 2012, Porto, Portugal, 7-8 December 2012). The contributions from eight international locations offer a complete, multi-disciplinary insurance of the cutting-edge in biodental engineering, and contain the next subjects:

• Aesthetics

• Bioengineering

• Biomaterials

• Biomechanical disorders

• Biomedical devices

• Computational bio-imaging and visualization

• Computational methods

• Dental medicine

• Experimental mechanics

• sign processing and analysis

• Implantology

• Minimally invasive units and techniques

• Orthodontics

• Prosthesis and orthosis

• Simulation

• software program development

• Telemedicine

• Tissue engineering

• digital reality

BIODENTAL ENGINEERING II intends to hide fresh advances in new thoughts and applied sciences, and may be of curiosity to teachers and others attracted to biodental engineering.

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Biodental Engineering II

Dentistry is a department of medication with its personal peculiarities and intensely different parts of motion, because of this it may be regarded as an interdisciplinary box. BIODENTAL ENGINEERING II comprises the total papers provided on the 2d foreign convention on Biodental Engineering (BioDENTAL 2012, Porto, Portugal, 7-8 December 2012).

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Multi-planar Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging: New Tools for Speech Research. In International Congress of Phonetics Sciences (ICPhS99), San Francisco, 623–626, 1999. , Application of MRI and biomedical engineering in speech production study, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 12(6): 671–681, 2009. , Application of MRI movie for observation of articulatory movement during fricative /s/ and a plosive /t/, Angle Orthodontist, 81(2): 237–244, 2011. , Toward Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Vocal Tract During Speech Production, Journal of Voice, 25(4): 511–518, 2011.

Dental imaging using magnetic resonance visible mouthpiece for measurement of vocal tract shape and dimensions, Acoustical Sciences & Technology, 32(5): 224–227, 2011. M. , MRI of the teeth, The British Journal of Radiology, 75: 552–562, 2002. , Dental magnetic resonance imaging: making the invisible visible, Journal of Endodontics, 37(6): 745–752, 2011. 17 This page intentionally left blank Biodental Engineering II – Natal Jorge et al (Eds) © 2014 Taylor & Francis Group, London, ISBN 978-1-138-00131-2 Backscattered electron imaging for the interface analysis of dental biomaterials Sebastiana Arroyo Bote & Javier Martínez Osorio Department of Odontostomatology, HUBc, University of Barcelona Javier Martínez Arroyo Nuclear Engineer Patricia Carvalho Lobato & Ma Cristina Manzanares Céspedes Human Anatomy and Embryology Unit, HUBc, University of Barcelona ABSTRACT: Observation of samples using a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is one of the most common investigation methods for the morphological study of the interphases created between dental materials and tooth structure.

5 mm significantly increases risk for implant fracture. Several studies showed that selfdrilling mini-implants have better primary stability when inserted without a pilot hole (Miyawaki et al. 2003, Motoyoshi 2011). Majority of everyday inoffice routine placement of orthodontic mini-implants is being done manually. It is also the fact that the measurement of MIT is not possible in every situation, and that often orthodontic implantation proceeds until no thread is visible and transmucose neck is seated in surrounding soft tissue.

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