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Periapical radiograph of cementoblastoma associated with the left mandibular first premolar.

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Benign Cementoblastoma: A Case Report

Periapical radiograph showing localized juvenile periodontitis associated with tooth 46.

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Autogenous Tooth Transplantation: An Alternative to Dental Implant Placement?

Periapical radiographs: Implants 11, 21, 22, screw-retained ceramic abutments (32 Ncm), Procera ceramic crowns.

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Esthetic Option for the Implant-Supported Single-Tooth Restoration Treatment Sequence With a Ceramic Abutment

Peripheral odontogenic fibroma

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Peripheral Odontogenic Fibroma in a Taiwan Chinese Population: A Retrospective Analysis

Peripheral Ossifying Fibroma

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Peripheral Ossifying Fibroma: A Case Report

Pertinent hard and soft tissue cephalometric landmarks

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Long-term Soft Tissue Changes after Orthodontic and Surgical Corrections of Skeletal Class III Malocclusions

Pink premolar resulting from Russian endodontic therapy

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PINK TEETH RESULTING FROM RUSSIAN ENDODONTIC THERAPY

Plaque and calculus accumulations in a patient with severe salivary hypofunction and xerostomia

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Dry Mouth and Its Effects on the Oral Health of Elderly People

Posteroranterior cephalometric landmarks used in the present study. J indicates jugale, the intersection of the outline of the tuberosity of the maxilla and the zygomatic buttress; Ag, antegonion, the lateral inferior margin of the antegonial protuberances; UM, upper molar, the most prominent lateral point on the buccal surface of the upper first molar; LM, lower molar, the most prominent lateral point on the buccal surface of the lower first molar; J-J, maxillary skeletal base width, the width of the maxilla from bilateral points on the jugal process at the intersection of the outline of the tuberosity of the maxilla and the zygomatic buttress; Ag-Ag, mandibular skeletal base width, the distance between both antegonia; UM-UM, upper intermolar width, the distance between the most prominent lateral point on the buccal surface of the right and left upper first molars; and LM-LM, lower intermolar width, the distance between the most prominent lateral point on the buccal surface of the right and left lower first molars

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Dental Arch Widths and Mandibular-Maxillary Base Width in Class III Malocclusions with Low, Average and High MP-SN Angles

Potential mechanisms for the development of osteonecrosis of the jaw

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Practical Guidelines for the Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Osteonecrosis of the Jaw in Patients With Cancer

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