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International Journal of Computerized Dentistry
ISSN 1463-4201

International Journal of Computerized Dentistry

Publication frequency: quarterly (4 issues per year)
Language: English
Impact Factor (ISI): 1.725 (2017)
Subjects: Interdisciplinary, General Dentistry

Editor in Chief: Prof. Dr. Dr. Albert Mehl, Dr. Olaf Schenk
Coordinating Editor: Sara Friedrich
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Official Publication of the International Society of Computerized Dentistry (ISCD)
Associated Society: Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Röntgenologie (ARö) in der DGZMK

  30ni Full Rate: 148.00 € 
  30si Student Rate: 78.00 € 
  30xi Institutional Rate: 300.00 € 
  30eh Single Issue (from 2018 on): 40.00 € Issue: 
  30ph Sample Issue: 0.00 € 
This journal explores the myriad innovations in the emerging field of computerized dentistry and how to integrate them into clinical practice. The bulk of the journal is devoted to the science of computer-assisted dentistry, with research articles and clinical reports on all aspects of computer-based diagnostic and therapeutic applications, with special emphasis placed on CAD/CAM and image-processing systems. Articles also address the use of computer-based communication to support patient care, assess the quality of care, and enhance clinical decision making. The journal is presented in a bilingual format, with each issue offering three types of articles: science-based, application-based, and national society reports.
Issue 1/2019,   Volume 22   (04.03.2019)

Topic: Intraoral Optical Impressions

Page 3 - 5, PubMed:30848249
Editorial: First impression(s) can be deceiving
Schenk, Olaf

Page 11 - 19, PubMed:30848250
Accuracy of complete- and partial-arch impressions of actual intraoral scanning systems in vitro
Ender, Andreas / Zimmermann, Moritz / Mehl, Albert

Page 21 - 27, PubMed:30848251
Three-dimensional evaluation of mandibular deformation during mouth opening
Wolf, Linda / Bergauer, Bastian / Adler, Werner / Wichmann, Manfred / Matta, Ragai Edward

Page 39 - 44, PubMed:30848253
Endocrowns versus post-core retained crowns for restoration of compromised mandibular molars: an in vitro study
Rayyan, Mohammad R. / Alauti, Razan Y. / Abanmy, Malak A. / AlReshaid, Reem M. / Bin Ahmad, Hend A.

Page 45 - 53, PubMed:30848254
Marginal and internal fit of CAD/CAM fiber post and cores
Moustapha, Ghassan / AlShwaimi, Emad / Silwadi, Munir / Ounsi, Hani / Ferrari, Marco / Salameh, Ziad

Page 55 - 67, PubMed:30848255
Metal additive manufacturing technologies: literature review of current status and prosthodontic applications
Revilla-León, Marta / Meyer, Matthew J. / Özcan, Mutlu

Page 69 - 78, PubMed:30848256
Welcome to Cerec Primescan AC
Skramstad, Michael J

Page 81 - 98, PubMed:30848257
A chairside concept for increasing the vertical dimension of occlusion in the maxilla and mandible
A combination of analog and digital steps
Reich, Sven / Hartkamp, Oliver / Reiss, Bernd